Well, we hit part two and it resolved the situation, in pretty much the same way they resolved any other episode. So, other than stretching over two episodes nothing seems to have changed.
With all the events in this episode taking place in one night, at times the pace feels sluggish, and the flash backs to earlier in the evening but from different perspectives were completely unnecessary, given how obvious some of those characters were and the fact that so little had happened it was unlikely we were going to forget events from ten minutes ago.
I’m going to avoid mentioning either agency featured as I don’t want to spoil what little there is in this episode for people who haven’t watched it yet.
All and all, hopes for this show picking up for a great finish are pretty much gone. That said, it has been interesting to watch once and I’ll see it through to the end from this point.
Joker Game is available on Crunchyroll.