Don't Ask Me to Game
Its not bad. Names of countries are different. As of 20, no sign of racism but I guess you could say its nationalistic. China is dragonland. Japan is flowerland. Actually, there was a passage where immediately after everyone found out about the game, some immediately started blaming the "outsiders" so I guess people might be turned off by that. Characters aren't entirely 2D. There was the little sister of a guy the MC killed that was talked about repeatedly. Its meh. I don't think it deserves 4 stars, but its not bad enough to be a 3.
Hey, this is pretty good! The story is compelling, the MC isn't an idiot, and the progression is fairly interesting. The nationalism isn't great, but it doesn't really detract from the reading experience enough for me to deduct my rating for it, the MC is a bit of a simp, and we haven't really seen any visible luck absorption yet. Other than that, it's a good story! I wish there were more chapters.
Although he calls country dragonland showing some racism, but i don't think there was much of problem with that ( I mean many people want to show off about their country being great N all than other countries ). The story was good at first few chapters, then it was no fun from later chapters. Plot of story doesn't do any justification to title of novel. There were not any good points to story. Finally, bad story.