Wouldn’t it be just so interesting to be able to enjoy an anime as well as games at the same time? But the most often situation we come across is that of guy gamers. You will be surprised to see that the number of girl gamer characters has increased as time has passed. Now in every gaming anime, you will find at least one girl who is a gamer and is the part of the main cast of the anime. Therefore, the list assembled below has anime which with girl gamers in the story. These girls are no less in talent or gaming skills than guys, and they prove it to their viewers through different instances.
13.No Matter How I Look At It, It’s You Guys’ Fault I’m Not Popular!
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! accounts the life of a socially clumsy and mostly lonely secondary school otaku. You will see how she endeavours to defeat her boundaries so as to carry on with a satisfying life. So, you have to watch this series to see whether she succeeds in her mission.
22-year-old Ryouta is a jobless slacker who goes through his days living at home and playing Btooom, an uncontrollably famous web-based game that is sold more than 3,000,000 duplicates around the world. Close by different partners, Ryouta fights it out with others utilizing ground-breaking bombs and sonar that can uncover concealed foes, and his devotion has earned him the title of Japan’s top player. There is a female gamer named Himiko whom you will see playing Btooom a lot.
Kyosuke Kosaka, a typical 17-year-old secondary school student living in Chiba, has not lived with his more youthful sister Kirino in years. For longer than he can recall, Kirino has disregarded his comings and goings and took a gander at him with spurning eyes. It appeared as though the connection among Kyosuke and his sister, presently fourteen, would proceed along these lines for eternity. Kirino likes little sister themed video games a lot which is very different from her brother’s gaming choice.
10. Kagerou Project
On the blistering summer day of August 14, Shintarou Kisaragi was forced to get out of his room for the first time in a couple of years. While competing with the digital young lady Ene, an artificial program who lives in his PC, Shintarou Kisaragi incidentally spills a soft drink all over his console. Ene or Takane Enomoto likes to disturb Shintaro, even though she calls him her ‘master’. She does all the things that Shintaro hates to annoy him.
9. Lucky Star
Lucky Star follows the day by day lives of four charming secondary school young ladies— Konata Izumi, the languid otaku, you will also find her playing games with Nanako; the Hiiragi twins, Tsukasa and Kagami; and the brilliant and respectful Miyuki Takara. The game that Nanako and Izumi play is “Tower of Druaga: Recovery of Babylon”. As they continue living their lives at school and past, they build up their erratic and vivacious companionship and mention amusing objective facts about their general surroundings. Be it Japanese custom, the complexities of otaku culture, scholastics, or the right method for getting ready and eating different nourishments— no subject is sheltered from their thoughts.
8. Haiyoru! Nyaruani
In this anime, you will come across Cthuko, an alien who transformed itself into a red-haired girl. The character of Cthuko is considered to be a NEET considering the fact that she loves to play games. She is a timid and quiet girl who happens to be Nyaruko’s childhood friend. Though she should have considered Nyaruko as her enemy as they are different species, she doesn’t do that.
7. Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai
Subsequent to sharing accounts of their desolate secondary school life, Kodaka and Yozora choose to conquer the challenges of making companions together by beginning the Neighbor’s Club. Made for individuals who don’t have companions, their day by day exercises include learning social abilities and how to fit in, which will ideally permit them to make companions. Joined by the Sena Kashiwazaki, a rich beautiful and academically successful girl. She also loves playing video games like eroge and dating sims.
6. Accel World
Being an overweight kid, Haruyuki stands at the bottom of his middle school food chain. He likes to take shelter behind the sci-fi setting of a virtual gaming world. One day he gets the attention of the school’s prettiest girl, and his life changes completely. He is given the opportunity to integrate both of them with the help of a program called the accelerated world. Another name of this program is Brain Burst. But nothing is this simple, and there is a catch for this program as well. To keep the add-on, he will have to score points, which he can do by fighting others while in his new virtual world.
5. Himouto! Umaru-chan
Himouto! Umaru-chan is a charming story that follows the day by day undertakings of Umaru. She is a great example of a dual personality. In public, she is regarded very highly because of her looks and intelligence. But at home, she is a normal girl who loves playing video games and eating junk foods.
4. Hayate the Combat Butler
In this anime, there is a character named Nagi Sanzenin. She is a short-tempered, bratty, rich young girl who is also socially awkward. Going out of her house seems like a threat to her status, and that’s why she prefers staying in. She like video games, anime, and reading Mangas.
3. Sword Art Online
In 2022, a computer-generated simulation hugely multiplayer online game (VRMMORPG) called Sword Art Online (SAO) is discharged. With the NerveGear, a protective cap that animates the client’s five senses by means of their cerebrum, players can understand and control their in-game characters with their brains. Akihiko Kayaba made both the game and the NerveGear. On November 6, 10,000 players sign into SAO’s centralized computer to find that they can’t log out. Asuna is one of the major characters of this anime. She is one of the very few girls who play SAO. That is the reason why she is so popular and gets invited to different parties.
2. Log Horizon
In a matter of seconds, thirty thousand dumbfounded Japanese gamers are sped from their regular day to day existences into the universe of the famous MMORPG, Elder Tale, after the game’s most recent update— unfit to log out. Among them is the socially clumsy undergrad Shiroe, whose surprise endures one minute as a veteran of the game, he promptly decides to investigate the constraints of his new gaming world. Shiroe must figure out how to live right now, driving others and haggling with the NPC “locals” to carry strength to the virtual city of Akihabara. He is joined by his sad companion Naotsugu, having signed in without precedent for years to end up caught, and Akatsuki, an unimposing yet furious professional killer who names Shiroe as her lord.
1. No Game No Life
No Game No Life is a dreamlike parody that follows Sora and Shiro, shut-in NEET kin and the web-based gamer team behind the amazing username “Clear.” They see this present reality as simply one more lousy game; in any case, a weird email moving them to a chess coordinate makes a huge difference— the siblings are dived into a powerful domain where they meet Tet, the God of Games. The puzzling god invites Sora and Shiro to Disboard, an existence where all types of contention— from negligible quarrels to the destiny of entire nations—are settled not through war, yet by the method of high-stake games.