Liar Game is a Japanese television drama series in It was adapted from a popular manga of the same name into a live action series directed by Hiroaki Matsuyama. The drama began airing in Japan on April 14, It featured Erika Toda as Nao Kanzaki, and Shota Matsuda as Shinichi Akiyama. The first season of. Liar Game: The Final Stage (ライアーゲーム ザ・ファイナルステージ, Raiā Gēmu: Za Fainaru Sutēji) is a Japanese film directed by Hiroaki Matsuyama. The film is a continuation of the popular Fuji Television drama series, Liar Game. It was released in Japan on March 6, and was subsequently released in Singapore. Notes. Based on manga series "Liar Game" by Shinobu Kaitani (first published in weekly Japanese magazine Weekly Young Jump). Related titles: Liar Game (Fuji TV / ) *drama series; Liar Game 2 (Fuji TV / ) *drama series; Liar Game: The Final Stage () *movie; Liar Game: Reborn | Raia Gemu - Saisei.
Drama · Trusting, gullible Nao suddenly finds herself participating in the mysterious Liar Game, a game where the players are issued large sums of money which they then have to cheat each other out See full summary». Episode 8. The Genius' Secret · Episode 7. The Climax · Episode 6. The Mysterious Secret Episode 5. Into the Final Battle · Episode 4. A Sudden Betrayal! Episode 3. The Magnificent Episode 2. Akiyama Finally Appears · Episode 1. The Sublime Lies and Liar Game Season 1. Episode Untitled · Episode Untitled. 30 Nov N: From what I've seen, the Japanese version tends to follow the manga's visual style more closely, including Akiyama's hilarious hair and Nao's crazy-long bangs . While I have some personal gripes with Japanese dramas' production values not being as high as those of Korean shows, “Liar Game” is shot.
12 Mar Contents. 1 Details; 2 Season 1. Synopsis; Cast. The Players; Liar Game Team. Production Credits; Episode Information. 3 Season 2. Synopsis; Cast. The Players; Liar Game Team; Guests. Production Credits; Episode Ratings; Awards; Notes.