Competition Heats Up in Latest PV for Hi Score Girl II TV Anime

Adaptation based on Rensuke Oshikiri's arcade game rom-com is currently broadcasting on Japanese TV

Akira Ono and Koharu Hidaka, two of the main characters of Hi Score Girl II, square off for a video game battle.


The Japanese TV broadcast of Hi Score Girl II, the ongoing adaptation based on Rensuke Oshikir's romantic comedy manga about arcade-obsessed Nineties kids, is nearing the end of its run, but the fires of competition still burn in a new preview video for the series. The new PV highlights the song "Unknown World Map" by Etsuko Yakushimaru, and it also features footage of important scenes from the series.



Hi Score Girl II is directed by Yoshinobu Yamakawa and features animation production by J.C. Staff. The series is currently broadcasting in Japan on Tokyo MX, Mainichi Broadcasting System, BS11, and SBS TV. Netflix also streams the Hi Score Girl TV anime, and describes the story of the series as follows:


A key visual for the Hi Score Girl II TV anime, featuring the main characters posed like an advertisement for the Street Fighter II arcade game.


A chronic gamer abysmally inept at academics and sports finally meets his match at his usual shady arcade -- and it's his rich classmate, Akira.


Source: Ota-suke


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