The book was inspired by the author's love of role-playing in online games. He once grew fond of a minor female character in one of the games, but her story ended after she'd accomplished her mission. Still, the author returns to the game to visit her from time to time. The idea of "nothing happened" makes him appear to be lonely, which eventually be the theme of the story.
"The loneliness of seeking warmth in technology" is at the core of Console, 2073's captivating sci-fi story. As the plot develops, J, who makes a living debugging games, begins to want to create one of his own. "Creation" takes place both inside and outside the story, a phenomenon Ding Pao-Yen. has long been eager to explore.
A programmer specializing in game bug removal. He is excellent at his job, but he has little experience in romantic relationships. In order to gain convenience and a sense of reality for his work, he repeatedly enters the game world using a dangerous device.
An NPC (non-playable character) in the game "End of the Century Library" who loves books. She is supposed to repeat the same lines, but at one point, she starts behaving as if she has gained self-awareness.
A mysterious character appearing in the game who seems to know the entire truth.