It’s Aobe’s first day working at a game company of her dreams. How well does it go?
Believe it or not, after watching this episode, it kind of reminded me of my first day at work. I started working at my current job nearly a year ago. On my first day of work, I basically watched other coworkers how to use a program. Also, I got a manual and of course, one can’t really understand it by just reading it. When I started using the program, this is when I became experienced at using it. Of course, it’s funny that Ko thinks that Aobe is still a middle school student. I also get remarks that I look younger due to my appearance and short stature.
With that, it’s easy to relate with Aobe since she has to figure things by herself and ask others questions. She had asked Hifumi questions who doesn’t seem to like to talk offline, but rather online. While I use email, I usually talk to my coworkers directly since it’s a lot quicker to get the answers.
Still, it’s nice to see that Aobe get the hold of using instant messaging to communicate with Hifumi. Also, Aobe not being able to use the bathroom because of a lack of an ID is funny and understandable. I have been in a similar situation since I had to wait for a week to get mine before I can work. Lastly, the girls asking about lunch is something that also happen in my work place.
Overall, I am liking the show thus far. The characters are very enjoyable. Given that the girls are working on a third sequel of Fairies Fantasy, which excites Aobe. With that, it will be interesting to see how they work on the various aspects of the game. Still, it seems that there is a lot of shipping potential from this episode alone. ¶