Although there's so much fanservice and yuri scenes in it score: 9. Anyway, isn't he some kind of rat or penguin? History repeats itself to educate those that were born late. This anime is much more well-know for the fanservice than it is for its story. It would make far more sense for multiple engines to be spread out across the world. However I would say that even this is a dangerous sentiment as the show could also very easily turn people off of the genre entirely because of its negative aspects. A-1 pictures went all out in the animation department, especially when it comes to the fight and transformation scenes. The staff working on this project have respectable track records in their resumes.
The show doesn't bother to even try to keep its own continuity straight! It gets dropped once the plot picks up and we don't need a mascot anymore. Perhaps it's just me over thinking it, and perhaps this is something that isn't supposed to require much thought, but I couldn't help but judge it against others that had much deeper stories. Kuroki, Rei Uchida, Maaya is more or less similar to everyone else in the show in that she exemplifies her archetype and behaves throughout the show accordingly. Rather though, they are likely after the polar opposite of what the people living in Oshima wants: war. Loved each and every bit of it. Aside from Kuroki Rei, I'd say that we already have a solid candidate for the most boring cast of 2013. A list of complaints, given in mostly-chronological order I refuse to go back and do research, it's not worth it : Why is the genius scientist grandfather turned into a stuffed animal? Overall 7 Story 6 Animation 8 Sound 7 Character 7 Enjoyment 7 An enjoyable girl adventure series that mixes four cute protagonists and girlfriend relationship problems in with science fiction and military battle action.
She is also the president of her class and is highly respected among her peers. Who are they, what do they want? Kind of strange since Gainax ain't doing it. The transformations are given the same kind of treatment, being flashy, colorful, and dramatic. These four girls makes up the team and what humanity has hope for. Well, when Akane first met Aoi, she decided to randomly give her a tomato pulled right out of her ass including obligatory ass shot. Overall 6 Story 4 Animation 8 Sound 6 Character 6 Enjoyment 6 I've been a fan of Strike Witches so when Vividred Operation was announced, I was pretty excited. Overall, an 8 out of 10, a good 12-episode series for fans of sci-fi.
It holds together well, and arguably this unoriginality is actually a plus. State the subject of the content outside of the spoiler tags. I mean, just look at them standing some hundred feet tall and roaming around not giving care about what happens to the peaceful world. Its story is very cheesy and predictable. It was really, really silly. With a little motivation and desire to protect what they cherish, the young girls of the series wishes to protect Oshima and the world that they reside in.
The girls are united by friendship and whether you believe it or not, it is one of the keys to prevent the destruction of their world. If one can approach the show with this in mind, then it would probably be an alright thing to explore tentatively. I know that I'm probably not supposed to take it seriously. It plays to the tropes directly and only seldom pretends unconvincingly like it isn't. Nor is it even made clear exactly what the Alone are, where they came from, and why they want to destroy the engine. Now we need the professor to do a Gendo pose in that silly form. It seems that Vividred Operation also took a cue from Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica by including a mysterious, gloomy girl who serves as an antagonist at first but will likely become an ally towards the end of the series.
The animation quality is up to the industry standard in this day and age however, the bright, vibrant sceneries and characters make every scene extremely pleasant to watch. You may need to understand perhaps the references are a staff thing more than a studio thing. It's not without it's few rewarding moments though, I suppose, though it's definitely not for the cynics. Try to really think about why the antagonists does what it does and why it does it and you'll figure out what I mean. For me, throwing a bunch of teens in short pants in our faces doesn't make this show the new Strike Witches at all, as it's just not any of those things exactly. Vividred Operation fails to invoke investment. And are there plenty of blatant fanservice shots.
Not that I think it's likely, but I hope they don't make a sequel to this inanity. While not particularly rife with good ideas, it made up for it through flash and charm. I thought she was the moe chara with big oppai. That's Puella Magi Madoka Magica. Well, that was before the Alone made their grand entrances. The scene immediately following the climax clearly seemed to be a scene made to help fit the series into 12 episodes rather than 13.
Characters and backgrounds are both attractively designed. In fact, her actions is malevolent and considered a threat to society. Oh I hope Akane will be alright because cliffhanger. Don't explain anything to expose the story to even more plot holes! Vividred Operation is not a bad anime. The anime end it about a month ago.
She's actually a rather compelling character- she has an interesting personality, she pretty much steals every scene that she's in, and when you learn her motivations, they actually make some degree of sense. Overall 7 Story 7 Animation 7 Sound 6 Character 7 Enjoyment 7 It was. It's nothing particularly special, and rather easy to tune out. It's like taking the 'let's save the world theme' and give it a more visual touch of crotches and ass. I say this because there is a great danger in what Vividred does when it trades away its aesthetic elements of magic for those of the technological.