Tackling the broad range of mecha, military and cyberpunky anime, A-OK uses the simple and rules-light 1PG ruleset.
For the most part it succeeds, though as with Hero Force I find it a little too bloodthirsty for the player characters lives! Nothing you can't rule away, but an issue that could have done with more guidance.
Otherwise, the game is sound. The six featured scenarios are varied and solid. With a cops 'n' cyborg cyberpunk one, a Dune meets Romeo & Juliet with duelling mecha, and a Gundam-style space warfare one standing out as being fun plays.
I am not a fan of the cover art, especially since it is cut and repeated in the book, but overall the presentation is acceptable.
Overall it's a good showing, covering the bases well and with only a few weaknesses. At the price, hardly an issue I feel.