There's a splash of that honestly.
Basically, a corporation called Hinobi has, as far as we can tell, an absolute monopoly on gaming. Their games glitch out frequently, resulting in video game content escaping the game and running amok in the real world. Fortunately, Hinobi is INCREDIBLY responsible so they've done the only logical thing and recruited teenagers with attitudes and gaming skills. But they have full vr gaming already so that actually does translate into actual combat ability.
The Glitch Techs defeat and then capture the glitch, and then "reset" the area, which restores all the damage done, seemingly including injuries... and also erases the memory of anyone who saw anything. How unbelievably sinister this is gets touched on lightly in the pilot and then promptly forgotten at least so far, other than the fact that our protagonists keep finding excuses to not mind wipe people.
Also, Miko (the thick Asian who's ass has been everywhere for like a month) is immune to the mindwipe thing for reasons that have yet to be explained.
The cast is minority heavy but not obnoxious about it. Like... they have a muslim girl but you only know because she's wearing the... whatever it is the head towel thing. She doesn't mention it or have an accent or make a thing of it.
Mostly it just has a really upbeat atmosphere and a really old school episodic format that feels really refreshing after so many ongoing saga cartoons. The action is well animated (though the first episode has some framerate drops) and the characters are genuinely endearing except for the one that you're supposed to hate and even he is more like a lovable jerk ass than an actual bad guy. >>113691986
This anon is correct. Episode 5 is the second best episode in my opinion, but the best episode is 8 and it requires another one to make sense. So if you want just one episode to give you a taste, that's the one to pick.