Spring 2018 Grab Bag Week 6: Some of the extras


Since we're halfway through the season, I figured I should take the chance to do some quick impressions on some of the shows I haven't been talking about as much in the season.

Dorei-ku

I'm kinda fed up with this show. Every episode seems to focus on a random new character before the main characters somehow show up on the scene as if to validate the character's existence. I don't know if there's some source material that explains things better, but the setup as portrayed in the anime continues to make little sense. The SCM just appears with an app and built-in functionality, and the characters just seem to know how everything works.

Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi

This series hasn't been terrible, but it doesn't really appeal to me. When I'm watching something folklore-based, I'm looking for interesting stories that relate well with the underlying folk tales. This series seems to focus more on using the stories as a setting while pushing its own characters. It's not necessarily bad, but it's not really my thing.

Saredo Tsumibito wa Ryuu to Odoru

I fell off with this show a while back because it didn't feel worth watching. The story ended up taking some interesting turns, but the main villain really doesn't really appeal to me so far. He seems a little too full of himself to the point of being annoying.

Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online

This show ended up being a lot more entertaining than I expected. It doesn't have the overblown drama of the original, so it's a lot easier to watch. Also, it seems to be genuinely interested in focusing on the game (it's almost like watching a game of PUBG or something). The main character's superpowers end up feeling a bit awkward, but it's not a huge problem in my eyes.



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