Hamasaki Arata was an avid dating sim gamer, building one harem after another in his little cyberspace. However, he just happened upon a newly released dating sim game called Player-kun Complex. In-game, the women the player maxes would be obsessed with loving the player in what seemed to be a compulsive way, which is like developing a complex. Seeing the gorgeous arts as part of the game's introduction, Arata immediately downloaded it. After months, he was able to reach end game, maxing all the available women referred to as 'date-ables'. Just when he was getting bored of the game, the developers announced a major update, adding new date-ables and the notorious Encounter Mode. Like any other loyal player, Arata patched the game. He did while walking home and met a rather fatal accident. Basically dying with the phone in his hands, Hamasaki Arata gets transported inside the game. Now, Arata meets all the date-able heroines that he maxed, and had to manage living in their synchronized routes. Not to mention the new ones he wanted to unlock and max as well. This begins a struggle of a nobody turned into a living god in a world he had built in his little cyberspace. Similarities to any game or living person or existing places are purely coincidental. This work of fiction includes adult themes such as sex, language, and murder. It may contain triggers as well so please be advised.