Episode Summary Remake our Life! Episode 11

Episode 11
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Inspired by the words of Nanoko, Kyoya can no longer watch the company's main game Mystic Clockwork spiralling into ruin. He decides to take action in the solving the games problems by taking it up with the CEO.

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The CEO is quick to remind him that there are certain aspects of the games development that are non-negotiable.

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This does not deter Kyoya by saying the bug-ridden game engine must be scraped ASAP. This surprises Eiko but the CEO is furious. Kyoya reminds him that most of Mystic Clockwork’s problems stem from the game engine itself.

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The manager is stunned at this sudden outburst but gains enough composure to say it is too late to change the engine. Kyoya counters by saying there is already an alternative engine in place.

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They boot Mystic Clockwork with the new game engine and it becomes quickly apparent that the game runs smoother, more efficiently than the previous engine!

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Despite that obvious advantages the CEO lashes out that Kyoya decided to procure the Enidy engine as this costs a fortune. Kyoya remains cool and says this engine simply came from Team B’s budget. What’s more because the teams work closely together, he was confident it would be compatible with Team A’s game.

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The CEO cannot stop protesting about the costs but as always Kyoya’s has all the answers!

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With the main issue settled there is now the issues of scripting and casting to resolve. The CEO gives three days but Kyoya says 10. Nanoko really did make him do a 180 change in attitude!

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All these changes are too much for the CEO to bear! I can kinda get where he is coming from as Kyoya has acted pretty ballsy undermining all his decisions in front of the teams no less!

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Despite this latest outburst Kyoya remains steadfast in his convictions. He reminds the CEO that trust is important not only for the company but also for its relationship to its fans. If the company can demonstrate culpability for its big mistake that will inspire good will from its fans.

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In return for the CEO’s understanding Kyoya makes one guarantee for him…

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That is to get the illustrator to get make more drawings. She is apprehensive at first until she sees this…

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The fruits of her labour are seen quickly!

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Just as everything seems to be running smoothly, he hears that Eiko has taken a flight to Okinawa! Kyoya fears the worst and believes history is going to repeat itself! He bolts out of the office and goes to the airport.

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Somehow Kyoya manages to catch Eiko at the airport. She reassures him that she is not quitting the company and her trip to Okinawa was cancelled.

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She asks why he came to the airport and did not simply call/message her. He says that he feared she would leave just like his college buddies did when he took charge of the gaming project.

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Eiko lashes out on him in dramatic fashion!

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Regaining some of her composure Eiko asks why he never asked for help when his friend quit one by one. She says he shouldn’t always shoulder the burden and ask for help when he is overwhelmed. Above all though she tells him that he shouldn’t take responsibility for their fates as it was a decision his friends made by themselves.

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In her moment of passion Eiko drops the L word much to the amusement of the crowd. She is quick to put them in their place!

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Eiko has a change of heart and will fly to Okinawa after all. She tells Kyoya this is not the end and she is not quitting the company however.

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As Kyoya watches Eiko’s flight taking off he wishes that he could go back in time. His old sensei; Keiko makes a sudden appearance making another cryptic comment saying now is the time to go back. What can this mean?

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