|Episode 2 - There's No God in the Electric World|
Wikipedia summary: <spoiler /><spoiler>
Yozora decides that the first Neighbors Club activity is to play an action role-playing game dealing with hunting monsters to improve their friendship. Yozora looked around and found a group of friends playing together, thinking it was a way to make friends. At the next meeting, all three members bring their copies in. Sena shows off her rank, making Yozora angry as she checks her playtime. The conditions do not improve in the game when Yozora and Sena attack each other during the game. Yozora and Sena constantly get in each other's way, leading all three of them to fail the mission. The next day, Sena sets up a TV and game console in the clubroom to play a gal game, which she claims is much better than a game about hunting monsters. As Sena plays through the game, Sena and Yozora choose the most negative response towards Akari, a pink-haired character, leaving Kodaka in question. As the game goes on, the negative responses affect Sena's progress with Yukiko, a blonde-haired character, leading to a sad ending for Sena. However, the next day, Sena shows a change of heart towards Akari when she completes all pathways in the game. She hands the game over to Kodaka, demanding that he play and learn from the girls. </spoiler>
My comments: <spoiler /><spoiler>
Although these club activities are meant for them to learn how to make friends, it seems like they are bringing Yozora and Sena closer together. They both had mutual hatred of Akari in that dating sim game and they kept agreeing with each other's decisions.
Sena is like the hardcore gamer of the group, she spends more time on video games than the rest of them.
Kodaka tried to make friends using that Monster Hunting game, but everyone still thinks he's a scary deliquent and his actions are always interpreted as threatening.