A friendless teenager, feared by his fellow classmates, joins a club hoping to finally make some friends.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai - Buriki One - Netflix
Buriki One: World Grapple Tournament '99 in Tokyo, otherwise known simply as Buriki One, is a 3D competitive fighting game produced by SNK and released as a coin-operated arcade game in 1999. It is the seventh and final game developed for SNK's short-lived Hyper Neo Geo 64 hardware and like most games released for the platform, it has never been officially ported to home consoles. It was planned for release for the PS1 platform but was never officially released.
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai - Related games - Netflix
Art of Fighting - The series from which Ryo Sakazaki originated. The King of Fighters - Gai Tendo has appeared in the console versions of The King of Fighters '99, as well as in The King of Fighters 2000 as an alternate “Striker” (a character who assists the player in combat). Gai and Silber later appeared as secret opponents in The King of Fighters XI. Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition - The PlayStation version features the older Ryo Sakazaki from Buriki One under the name of Mr. Karate. Neo Geo Battle Coliseum - Ryo Sakazaki appears as his Buriki One incarnation under the name of Mr. Karate.
Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai - References - Netflix