Sister princess dating sim
Sure the plots could have been better..i doubt it was made to have some Death Note plot..Elfen Lied/Black Bullet plot/action... Everyone has said this as well; WHAT'S WITH THE FREAKING TAROT CARD REUSES?! The animation is okay, but the problem is that the characters (especially the protagonist) move as if they had to fill the time.Sure the dialogue could have been better and not so plain most of the times.again..2freaking6 episodes....okay? I'm not even kidding, I can make better animation than this in a one week period using flash. Therefor you'll see someone not only turning left and right when he wants to run, but 3 to 4 times, which gives you the feeling that they had too much time and not enough people to finish the show, so they reused such frames a few times in a row, even though that looks pretty bad.
This is the lowest score I ever have and ever will give an anime. The music is pretty decent and although most voiceactors do a pretty decent job on them, the protagonist just feels plain bad.
His laugh, the (delayed) jokes, they all feel a bit forced. The idea is fun, putting someone in a house with 12 girls who claim to be his sister, but the story is episodewise, which means no story at all.
As the name implies, seinen works are marketed primarily to an audience of young men; the age range commonly understood to be the target of such works goes roughly from 17 to somewhere in the 40s.* Based on the story serialised in G's Magazine since March 1999.
Twelve little sisters — Karen, Sakuya, Hinako, Marie, Chikage, Yotsuba, Haruka, Rinrin, Mamoru, Aria, Kaho and Shirayuki — cannot stop loving their older brother, Minakami Wataru, in their own way.
The harem may be only a support to an existing or predictable relationship, or the lead may end up in relationships with most or all members.