I had no idea. It was still pretty mediocre; no real story aside from "cat guy sets out to retrieve his sister's soul" and just a load of random shit trying to look deep and existental.>>11142785
Only a retard could possibly think that Mind Game was DEEP and THOUGHT PROVOKING. It's a classic "loser gone GAR eventually becoming a down to earth guy" story with a really obvious message.
Though if you really want to claim that it was metaphoric, Mind Game's whale represents your parents' basement which is overflowing with pointless loli plastic shit. Nishi & co escaping represents getting a life and not being an antisocial fag.
and Kanakon seems like generic nerd wish-fulfillment to me.