Eh, the "time not counting correctly due to editing" thing, that's so prevalent in film/tv that I just don't really care about that bit too much. Yeah it's nice when they actually time it right, but most don't. I do agree they take some time to come up with decisions, especially given the life/death stakes. As to the religiously repressed, seriously wounded, terrified and alone virgin, willingly letting a hot chick bang him to provide him comfort, and for it to apparently sort of synch in with his own religious views about a holy mother, and kink, I mean, I know how I responded a couple times when I was a horny youth, and some hot chick that I was actually attracted to, got rubby on me. So I can't really fault him too much. I mean they already established earlier the whole "you might die a virgin" and he was NOT happy with that. then, establish that yes, he might ACTUALLY die in this place, well, you take what you can get. And frankly, that slightly chunky (in a delicious way) Japanese lady, there are far worse ladies to bring you physical comfort in the world. That was one thing I was actually a little surprised by. They didn't pick some waifish woman to play the femme fatale. She's clearly got some meat on her when you see shots of her fully. Of which I approve. If you gotta provide some T&A in your show, give the bigger girls some love, because some of us love them right backI really didn't care for the show, I think I stopped after episode 3. All the characters are 1-dimensional archetypes. The one guy and that chick get to having sex with less time together than a porno. Even though time is supposed to be of the essence in these games, the characters take so fucking long to actually make a decision. In the 1st episode, the announcement is made that there's 30 seconds left to open the right door and literally 30 seconds of actual time goes by as the character is deciding to open the door, then an announcement that 20 seconds is left is made (how?). In the 2nd episode I think (the game in the apartment building), they again get to what they think is the right door, the thing they've been searching for the whole game, and the stand there for like a minute deciding whether or not to open it. And the 3rd episode is like all the characters annoyingly crying for half the episode.
And there's just no way the plot makes any sense with how basically all of Tokyo instantly disappeared or how they can kill you basically anywhere. The only type of thing that would make sense is a virtual world or something. It's like Lost, there's no way to tie this whole setup together. All you had to do was keep it simple like say Battle Royale.