English: The World God Only Knows II
Synonyms: Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai 2, Kaminomi II, The World God Only Knows 2
Japanese: 神のみぞ知るセカイ II
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 12, 2011 to Jun 28, 2011
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or olderL represents licensing company
Score: 8.271 (scored by 55571 users)
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2 based on the top anime page.
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Jan 27, 2012
This all gives an interesting twist to the “Monster of the Week” dynamic, in that instead of having the main character fight monsters every week, the series has him seduce women.
There's a nice mix of drama and comedy; most of the drama and serious aspects come from the emotional issues that the love interests face–whereas most of the comedy comes from the wacky personalities of Keima and Elsee. The transitions from dramatic to comedic scenes can be abrupt, but most of the time it doesn't feel too forced.
During a comedic scene, the characters (particularly Keima and Elsee) often switch to a much more cartoony art style, which helps to add comedic affect. There's also a lot of shout outs to various media, which will probably warrant a chuckle or two if you manage to understand any of the references.
The two protoganists of Keima and Elsee, although actually quite likable, come off as a bit one-dimensional. Keima is a genius boy wonder who considers reality “a shitty game,” and Elsee is an adorable demon who screws-up at everything…and there's not really much else to these characters, as there is barely any character development throughout the series. This is justifiable in that the anime only covers the first 40 chapters of the manga, which as of this writing is an ongoing series with 174 chapters released. So when watching this 24 episode series, think of it as the beginning of a larger story than it's own standalone thing.
The level of enjoyment watching this sort of depends on how willing you are to suspend disbelief to the fact that Keima uses his knowledge to win the heart of a woman not once, but multiple times. The fact alone that Keima uses his knowledge of dating sims to win the heart of women will probably come as a little implausible. Nonetheless, it's interesting to see how Keima strategize, and to see *how* he uses his knowledge of gal games.
With each story-arc by itself, each of the heroine's love for Keima doesn't really feel forced or unnatural–especially when you consider that these are women who have their emotional weaknesses amplified by an infesting demon. Each love interest is quite likable, and goes through a fair amount of character development; its somewhat remarkable considering that none of these characters get more than three episodes of screen time.
Overall The World God Only Knows is a fun and enjoyable series, albeit one that might challenge your suspension of disbelief depending on how you look at it (although only a little.) It has a nice blend of drama and comedy, and manages to make good use of its premise. If you like romance-centered cartoons, you'll probably like this. read more
May 15, 2011
So here it is, the highly anticipated and rather unsurprising second season of The World God Only Knows. If you've watched the first season and enjoyed it then your opinion of the series shouldn't change very much if at all since the underlying aspects haven't been altered in any way. Readers of the manga will be pleased at how well the second season adheres to original story while offering only some small differences in context and doing well to maintain the design and expression of each character.
Brief Summary (no spoilers): 9/10
On a brief overlook of the story, we see that Keima and Elsie are still searching for and capturing loose souls that are manifesting themselves within the negative emotions of beautiful, distraught young women all around them. Keima still has to put on the charm and swoon these ladies to his favor in order to release these ghastly geists from their hosts so that Elsie can seal them away in a special jar and return them back to New Hell. The plot of the second season continues where the first one left off with only a few minor differences as each episode progresses.
This series is particularly interesting for a multitude of reasons. In some sense, it can be put into the category of being, at a glance, your typical harem-romance-comedy series with some supernatural twist... But it's not. If anything, this series drifts away from much of the standardized content floating around by keeping the characters relatively static throughout the story and emphasizing its thematic tones as the overall message rather than the plot itself. By this I mean that even though the romance factor is still an intrinsic part of the show itself, it's the understanding behind the ideology of each relationship which keeps the story unique and interesting to watch.This is prominently demonstrated by the girls who Keima conquers losing their memories immediately after some moral revelation has been achieved.
Keima's philosophy regarding relationships and life itself is undoubtedly what makes this series so appealing to its fans. The way his beliefs revolve around the principles of dating sims is symbolic of how he ultimately desires a world without change and social convention where life follows a linear, logical path at all times. His rejection of reality and surroundings is not necessarily due to hatred for the world by personal animosity, but rather by distaste for the human condition as a whole and manages to remain impartial to it throughout his daily life. None of this affects him negatively aside from the social aspect, however. His application of sheer rationality to relationships with other people is something that is demonstrated in a very creative manner by the author and is very enjoyable to watch.
The animation quality is best described as being sharp and well-polished with few details being overlooked.The use of colors in each scene notably matches the mood of the characters or the situation which adds for a nice overall effect. Character design is one of the most crucial aspects for this series, particularly facial expression, and the producers did an impressive job on getting it as close to the manga as they could. There's a couple of situations where the fluidity of a character's motions are slightly "off" from one another, but it's often easily overlooked by either comedic relief or simply being too brief to even notice or care about. You can tell that a lot of money and hard work went into making the show look the way it does, and it's quite effective.
The sound is above average in quality and serves the general purpose of adding to a comedic sequence or aiding in establishing the proper atmosphere and tone of a scene. The OP is sung by Oratorio this time around, and it's much to the same style as the first season although has more of a pop element to it. The voice acting is good for the most part
The second season of The World God Only Knows is a step-up in quality from the first season with all of the same characters and great dialogue techniques as before. The game references are still in abundance, as are Keima's priceless methods of getting the ladies to fall in love with him. If you enjoyed the first season, there's no reason why you wouldn't enjoy this sequel. If you're new to the series, it's obviously suggested to watch the prequel for further understanding of the overall plot. For now we'll just have to wait and see where the anime is going next. If it follows the storyline of the manga, things are going to get interesting. Can you see the ending?
Sep 10, 2013
Alright guys I tend to keep my reviews short n sweet and spoiler free so without any a due lets jump on the wagon as I review Kami nomi zo Shiru sekai II, ( The World Only God Knows II). Those who haven't seen the 1st season even thou this reviews spoiler free go watch it anyway cause its cool haha. Lets unwarp this bad boy.
Our hard core gamer Katsuragi Keima and our cute little worker demon Elucia are back to bring us some more GIRLS!!, opp,s, I mean season 2 yeah. The story premise hasn't changed that much, we still follow the adventures of Keima-kun and Elucia as they try to capture demons, ( bad demons lol), that lurk in the hearts of pretty women. The story pacing is great and well told over 12 episodes. The comedy and romance is still there and its as charming as ever. The funny chemistry between our two main characters keeps you itching to watch the next episode.
Word Rating: Yep I'm still a hopeless romantic
Just like my previous review I thought the anime artwork was brilliant basking in colour and had crisp clear character design. Again I highly recommend watching in 720p or 1080p for immersive experience.
Word Rating: Yep lets look at the Mona Lisa next
I got the soundtrack what more is there to say. Hayato Matsuo's work makes an epic return here in the second season with some newer renditions of previous tracks and the older ones too. The music really sets the tone of the anime and the sublime orchestral work always leaves me standing in awe.
Word Rating: Yep chuck on your Beats by Dre
Really enjoyed Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai II and had a great time watching every episode. An anime exploding with fun, laughter, romance, magic, and will bring out the little kid in you. To those who aren't accustomed to this sort of anime genre, just give it a go you might like what you see, I know I did.
Peace out ZEUS!
Apr 12, 2011
The second season has the same look and feel of the first season as our "Capture God" Keima continue hunting for lost souls with Elsea. The duo goes after 3 girls this season: A tsundere sporty, a cooldere classmate, and finally a student teacher! This season certainly poses bigger challenge for our heroes.
Then, there is the second girl demon. With exposition not needed this season, two whole episodes and a filler dedicated to introduce her.
Once again, Keima's game logic is put to test in real life. The absurdity of his value is still funny as ever, and the animation and sound do not disappoint in delivering the comedy.
Visually, it has not changed much from last season. The art in this series is generic style drawn to perfection, and characters are as visually pleasing as they could possibly be. The level of detail, especially the eyes and lighting, may even have improved. Camera movements are dynamic in action scenes, and there is not a moment of boredom.
OP song this season has lost the epic sense of the first season, but still accompanied by jaw-dropping overproduced opening animation that's nothing short of amazing. Voicing once again is right on, and perfect sound mixing with appropriate BGM playing on every scene.
The second season got off to a slow start with Kusunoki, the lone member and captain of girl's karate club. Her arc turned out to be very corny, but the 'Dragon Quest' recap in the first episode was absolutely magnificent. I would say it was a sign that the production staff has plenty of creativity left in store.
Next up is Haqua, Elsea's former classmate. Instead of going after a set target, Keima helps her track down a loose soul she failed to capture. Haqua's character was rather dull, generic clumsy type, but this arc goes on to explain the consequence of letting loose soul grow, and further emphasizes the importance of what the main characters have been doing.
Chihiro arc is similar to Shiori arc from the last season, with slow, bittersweet youth drama. The direction in this arc was by far the best this season, and once again, they went with a different pattern. Instead of straightforward "conquering" her, Keima helps her conquer another guy. The ending was obvious, but I liked how they changed things up so this series doesn't feel as repetitive as it could've been.
Finally, Jun's arc was the conquering of a teacher in training. The teacher is a stereotype teacher in popular TV dorama like '3-B Kinpachi-sensei' or 'Gokusen', with high ideals about tough-love and trust, but things doesn't go like dorama for her. This arc had the best character development and a positive message.
The second season is not quite as good as the first, but it shows Keima and Elsea tackling the problems using different approaches. After two seasons, this series still feels fresh. A sequel is not announced in the finale this time, but I'll definitely see it to the end if it ever happens. read more
Feb 14, 2013
How is it better? First of all is the story. Things got more explained here. Another thing is that the animation is improved, as a proof, if you watched the first season, you can notice a big difference with Chihiro's appearance. Yes, the humor and the cuteness is still there. Plus, the harem is a bit better than the previous season part which is another demon like Elci.
So in conclusion, if you are into the romantic comedy plus harem type then you would definitely like this anime. It is definitely a must watch.
P.S. Season 3 is already green lit so better hurry so you wouldn't miss out the fun. read more
Jun 9, 2013
Kaminomi Season 2
The Second Season of Kaminomi is still on the same arc as it started on however is not as popular as the first, many say that the binding glue for Kaminomi was Kanon and as she is not featured as much it was not enjoyed as much, not to say that I didn’t enjoy it, it follows the manga fairly well and doesn’t diverge, the second season is still important as more is revealed as well as the long awaited new demon Haqua, we see a similar amount of girls as the first season and stays pretty similar to the settings of the first, this does cause some repetitiveness however the first arc is most likely one of the longest so it is understandable, all in all this is an ok anime, maybe not as good as the first but good if you want to continue the series and read the manga.
The Animation in this season does not differ from the first is quite interesting because it shows certain types, firstly the eyes, there are two kinds of eyes in this anime the hawk eyes which are used mainly for boys and some girls who are either have tough or cold personalities. The other eyes are the moe eyes with are large and round and seen with most girls who have soft, cute, shy or moe personalities. The hair is also another key part, like most anime’s of its time it has little detail in the hair using mainly different shades rather than drawing detail into each strand the actual anime is quite good it use small amount of features and a large amount of digital shading which is clever although when the chibi’s are made it doesn’t work as well, otherwise this is very nice animation and the style although similar to other is still quite unique.
‘P.S I wrote what I wrote in the season 1 (on animation) review because there is not difference’
The sound and music is still a favourite for me in this anime as the characters still sing the ED’s which I find really cool and clever, Kanon doesn’t have much of a role in this season however she is still referred to at different points and her music is still in some of the episodes, other than this there is not much change in sound.
The second season is relatively like the first we are introduced to a new main character Haqua and she is the studious type who fails as life an obvious anime personality so this is nothing new, we have some new heroine all with a theme, karate, teacher and real world girl although Keima seems to have struggled with them all, we are also (as I said before) shown the backstories of some of the main characters, including Elsie and some of Haqua, Elsie backstory cleverly talks about the failure and how she was looked down upon in her society, whereas Haqua’s backstory talks about how hard she worked only to turn out as a failure so it is cleverly pointed out that Elsie was bad at school but good at ‘soul-catching’ and how Haqua was good at school but bad at ‘soul-catching’, I will now focus more on Haqua’s personality, I’m saying this now because she technically is not a heroine even though she had a loose soul in her which was removed by Elsie’s friendship. Haqua is a very proud demon, she works hard and tries to do her best in everything, some may find her slightly repulsive because of her proud and disbelieving personality however as the season continues she starts to come down to earth so to speak and even congratulates Elise. Not much else is talked about her other than that, now some changes have occurred in Keima, firstly he has come to terms with his job, he may not be happy with it but he has seemingly adapted to the situation (by playing more games in class) at the end of the this season Keima finally falls in love with a character from his game nicknamed Yokkyun, he sees he as the perfect gaming girl and begins to wonder that is such bad looking game can have such a nice heroine weather the real world can have a perfect route in which to take, However going back to the main part of TWGOK we look at the humour which is put in this as always they find a way to interconnect the humour so that it blends in with the theme of the episode and as always Keima gives his riddles of dating sims which of are many.
Mar 11, 2013
I found this story to be quite enjoyable and it was definitely unique, or atleast to me. It was a fine comedy but the romantic part was a bit shaky at first. When i first saw this series, it was different kind of romance, but it was a great way to keep me into it.
A lot of anime series have similar art style, well according to me, and let they always are different from one another, but it is a minor change that doesn't really bother me. Art isn't really a big thing to talk about, but it is no reason to not watch the series.
I found the character to be quite enjoyable and changing a lot. Changing character isn't a bad thing because it shows that the characters might react different to certain situations then they may have earlier in the series. The characters in this series were something. We got a nice, annoying demon from hell, that catches other demons, that are evil. Then we got the main character who is person that is always caught up in his dating sims, but hate reality.
Overall i gave this series a 9. It wasn't one of the best series i have seen, but the series did grow on me about half way through the first season. I would recommend people to watch this series, especially if they are looking for unmatched main (and a lot of the time, supporting) characters read more
Nov 30, 2012
i wrote a review for the first season and all i explaind in that review was who exactly is KEIMA and how awesome he was and how he do things and how we can relate to him in many ways.I JUST WANT TO TELL KONATA-CHAN WAS THE BEST FEMALE OTAKU(who is a well rounded geek who is awesome and has a solid personality and not afraid to say she is an otaku but actually very proud to be one and i love her because i love her)AND NOW I HAVE FOUND THE BEST MALE OTAKU yeah.....my work is done ;3
STORY-its the continuation where we left off from the first season and the moment its starts it brings a smile to your face that you cant stop no matter what.this anime has the most well planed plot line i have ever seen in a slice of life anime the rezone is- it has drama and comedy mixed together well in the correct moments so it bullied the suspense and anticipation for wanting more episodes also it has hilarious plot twists that you feel after watching the episode "i just have to re watch it again"and i speaks from experience,for me comedy have to be comedy with a great solid plot with pure entertainment and this anime gave me what i want and i love keima!
ART-it was very well detailed to the last school mate in their class and it was so cute and beautiful.every character looked so different thank god...when you see the characters they used some high tech stuff to make them look different from other anime and make them unique to this anime so its not dull at all you will wish ahaa..i wish i get painted like that it was that great.the background was so natural and was quality stuff.they weren't afraid to use colours and they made it worked so 10/10.
SOUND-I LOVED IT.....I LOVED THE FACT THAT THEY USED FULL ENGLISH SONGS FOR THE BOTH OP IN THE TWO SEASONS IT WAS VERY CATCHY AND DIDN'T LOOSE IT PURE HEART AS BEING JAPANESE IT HAD SO MUCH MEANING AND A GOOD MASSAGE TO EVERY ONE WHO WATCHED IT.the sounds used it the anime was both funny and smooth also showed bit sadness at times IF I SAY IT SHORT IT HIT THE SPOT WHEN THE RIGHT MOMENT CAME.
CHARACTERS-for me i need a very good solid plot which have to be explain very well and have to be understandable also need to have common or not i don't care i need good characters they don't have to be unusual they just have to be delivering entertainment for any anime that i have watched AND THIS ANIME NAILED IT WHOOO HOO...i don't care if its horror,shounen,mystery i watch them all and i love them if they have a solid plot and awesome characters im a all rounded viewer and i never dislike any anime an this anime RENEWED MY LOVE FOR ANIME WATCH IT ITS ONE OF KIND MASTERPIECE also HOPING 3RD SEASON COMES SOON :3 read more
Dec 19, 2011
Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai II is very much like its predecessor. Since so many others already have, I will not spend any time describing the premise. The art is strong and the music just as well done as the last season. Each arc follows the same pattern as the one before it, though each has a unique twist that makes it well worth watching. However, it is important to take into account the continuation of the plot as a whole.
The story of the "God of Conquest" began with a protagonist that was nothing more than a (highly-competent) dating-sim otaku. While each arc is a fun parody that sets up the delivery of an (arguably cliche, arguably touching) Aesop, it also acts as a building block for Keima's own character development. The first season established Keima's outlook on life. In the second season, however, we begin to see a change in character. As Keima helps each individual 'conquest' to face reality in their own way, he himself begins to perceive reality differently.
Now, I feel that I would give away the most appealing aspect of the story if I were to describe all of Keima's development, so I'll leave it at this. Each arc in Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai II follows the same basic pattern because they serve to illuminate underlying theme to the series: every person must eventually face reality; each in their own unique way. This series is extremely fun to watch, but the reason I recommend it is because I feel that it will eventually culminate with a more profound and touching message than any of its individual parts. read more
Sep 17, 2013
Still highly recommend it as a top 20 anime read more
Jul 5, 2011
i hope this review is helping the new viewer. :D
In my humble review, this anime awesomeness is similar to the first season.
the good backsound and smooth artwork are this anime excess.
but I think, it would be better if this second has a few "element of surprise" like new plot, or extraordinary methods to capture the 'loose soul" and so on. So, i think the viewers would like these surprise.
and I hope the next season (if there any) would be more fabulous and surprising.
Overall this anime still one of the best anime that worth your time to watch it.
plenty of it! :D
Apr 11, 2011
I Love the Story, great story in my opinion, Love the Devil & Human Cooperation. Its an original story that i respect very greatly, this time around its even better, introducing a new devil to the anime. Haqua FTW :)
The Art for this anime is spectacular, after watching a few more episodes of the series i changed my opinion on it. The animation is awesome in each and every episode i saw (excluding the first part of episode 1 but that was just for laughs) Each and every episode has something new to bring to it. The backgrounds aren't 100% original but what can you do about it? Its hard for anime directors to make an original piece of artwork these days and i feel that Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai II does an amazing job at that.
The Sound was also okay, the Openings & Endings could've been better. I liked the first season's much better, but i can't complain. The soundtrack is the same as the first season with a few alterations.
Characters in this season, oh gosh its gonna be an amazing line up, starting up with Kusunoki Kasuga, followed by Chihiro Kosaka, then Jun Nagase, and lastly my favourite of the season Haqua du Lot Herminium! =D The only reason why this category didn't recieve a 10/10 was because of Chihiro Kosaka, in my opinion she is the worst character arc in the series... wayy to bland of a character, not cutee, bad attitude and doesn't stand out at all.
very enjoyable character excluding Chihiro Kosaka.
Enjoyment - Very much enjoyable. You'd love this squeal to the first season. I guarantee that. It brings in a sort of refreshing aspect to the series introducing more problems, more information, better animation, better plot, and even more background. This time around, I'd say that this season is much more enjoyable than the first.
Overall I believe this anime series has carved itself into a category of its own, by portraying originality through the genres Comedy, Romance, Shounen, Harem, Supernatural. Lots of laughs, funny romance settings, and a story that i'd say is 100% in its own aspect. If you've already seen the first season you'd know what i mean. The manga is absolutely amazing, Wakaki Tamiki has astonishing creativity and imagination with his work, if you love the anime, you should check out the manga as well.
Much more to look forward to since its just begun, I hope that this anime will become much more popular than it is today, and continue to entertain its viewers, as much as it does to me.
Jul 6, 2011
First let me say I had a great time watching this last episode. Like the first season’s finale, season two’s ending deals with Keima and his actual playing of games.
So, my thoughts on the season as a whole are as follows. Like I said, the show was consistently good. I would also add that the show, sort of surprisingly from its description, was pretty well-rounded, more so even in its sophomore season. There are romantic and supernatural elements of the show, but most importantly it seems to balance the comedic and dramatic parts pretty well.
However, don’t add dramatic + romantic and assume the show will = deep. Besides some overtones of escapist behavior from the show’s lead, Keima Katsuragi, the show’s plot never becomes too heavy. While making it easy to watch the non-deepness is another reason the show will probably never crack my favorites list.
So, here are some more things I thought season two did well. For one it was paced really well. The last episode felt a little crammed, but the entire season prior had a nice flow to it. The second season, while having a similar pace as the first, seemed way less formulaic, to which I would attribute the introduction of Haqua.
No only was her story arc possibly the best, it really, really helped break up the season. If they would have never introduced her and instead, substituted a different generic-lonely girl, the show would, in my opinion, have gotten stale. Along with Haqua were flashbacks of her and Elsie’s past in hell, which were one of the highlights of the season for me. Besides all the hot romantic kissing of course.
The production of the show is also very consistent. The show always looks great, from the character designs to the switch between normal and super-deformed, I always enjoyed looking at it. While not as beautiful as some of the new shows seen this season, the animation always seems to fit the story. Even Yokkyun, lol. The other production elements also seemed fine to me.
I’m not a huge fan of opening/ending songs, but just the like the first season, the entire opening sequence is incredible (2D purists may disagree). One of my favorite openings of all time was from .hack//Sign where the characters sort of get digitalized into the game world and the opening this season had a similar feel.
So, I felt the pacing and production were very good. The characters themselves however, were just ok. We get much of the same from Keima and Elsie as in the first season, where to be honest, some growth could have really benefited the series. We also get much of the same from season two’s group of possessed girls, unless you count Haqua, who was more developed (story wise, not cup size). Based on completely shallow merits, I enjoyed the Jun Nagase arc more than the others, as she was an older woman (making it slightly dangerous) and ridiculously cute with her fist pumps.
I will say in closing, adding to my thought on Keima and Elsie, I really wish they would have done more with them. A reader once asked if I was reading the manga, to which I replied I wasn’t. So my indictment about the lack of character development may have to be directed towards the source material. Several times throughout the season it seemed like Keima would have to face reality only to have plot take him somewhere else.
Elsie is one of my favorites, but she really got the shaft this season. Any plot or development regarding Elsie was pretty much brought on by Haqua and her own story. While she continues to be incredibly adorable, it would have been nice If Elsie had gotten her own episode or maybe a new magical/demon power to show off.
So, I enjoyed the season and after a short break, I’ll be ready for a season three. For a couple of its faults there’s nothing entirely similar to The World God Only Knows. I can easily recommend this to someone who enjoys some light romance with their comedy, to the occasional bishoujo fan (like myself), or to anyone who likes well-rounded, but not overly deep series.
[Additional thoughts about final episode removed due to spoilerish tendencies: go to http://moemonster.com/2011/06/24/a-channel-episode-12-finale/ for full unedited review with Pics] read more
Jun 27, 2011
This anime is just amazing (yet still only my 15th favorite!). A strait 10 star show.I'll be honest, it's not so fantastic of a 10 star anime compared to others, but it's 10 stars never the less.
the reason being...
The ending of the first season gave me goose-bumps. It was amazing, and I expected as much for the ending of the second. It was even better. While the end episode for th first season was of a better design, the final moment in the second season's end episode completely topped the first's.
just... Wow! I really enjoy anime about otakuism and the like. This is the best one of that genre I've ever seen. And you can look at my list... I've seen a lot of anime. Sure opinions are different, but if I give it a 10 star rank, I guarantee there's no way it's not worth at least checking out.
Apr 21, 2011
(Based of first 2 episodes)
For you that have seen Season 1, It's basically just a continuation. But don't stop here lemme explain why this Repetitive Story Pattern, doesn't matter and just makes it all awesome.
Katsuragi Keima is stuck with a demon girl called Elsea. By a contract with Mr.Satan basically. They most cooperate to catch Loose Souls whom have hidden within Girls to fill their emptiness sides. To get the Loose Soul out of the Girls body, Keima must win their heart.
Keima is a Gaming freak and his favourite and area of expertise are Dating-Sim Games. He uses his knowledge from this games to win the girls hearts and when he succeeds, Elsea capture the soul.
Did I forget to mention his collar stuck around his neck will kill him if he does not catch these souls?
Story is awesome and super funny, every new girl is a new challenge, and in some episodes you just see Keimas weird absurd sides that will make everyone laugh.
Last Season not much more happened. We need a little Drama to make this a 10. Something more! Which I BET we will see in S2!
As last season. Just outstanding. It's speechless, no flaws, backgrounds are very detailed and beautiful. School suits are awesome, even sub characters are well made. And main char are just superb. There is nothing at fault here.
8?! WTF!? you think..
Well voice acting is definitely 10. The Opening Theme, lost it's epic touch.
It's just more damp, it misses the energy and absurdity Keima gives us. Which is why this is an 8. Background music is epic and well done and will not disappoint you.
Do I even haft to start?
Every new girl in this series are at least as good as some Female Protagonist from regular series. Keima is a personality new to the Anime World and is nothing like it. His absurd gaming habit, his quick and well thinking, the conflicts he makes and get involved in is probably what makes us laugh the most and the comedy drama.
Elsea is a demon with a cute and kind hearted attitude that wants the best for his master. Keima. With special abilities that helps him out or blows his mind.
I CANT GET ENOUGH!
This is epic. I'm just beggin for another episode. Even tho I want to watch them all in a row, since thats gives me more enjoyment. But I cant since it's so awesome. Basically!
Last season. You saw a pattern. New girl, Lots of Fun stuff, Captured. And this repeated 4 times till the season ended.
Even tho its repetitive, it works since each new girl is like a new story in the main story. And the story is of the Highest Quality. It does not bore you even tho it sounds boring just of the word "repetitive".
This is one epic anime and if you haven't watched this. Watch Season 1 first! Then continue right here with season 2. I seriously DONT want anyone to watch S2 before S1.
The story amazes me and blows my mind as some other series how the writer even thought of this. it's at the level of Naruto, Bleach, One Piece and so on.
Jun 30, 2011
The second season starts a little slow, The first capture wasn't all that interesting in my eye's, althought the humor was all solid as ever and none of Kasuga's personlity or charm was interesting enough satisfy me. But once Haqua's arc began this season only got better and better, and it was finally Elisie's time to show her worth and that she isn't all the useless in a capture.
Chihiro's arc was the arc I was looking least forward to. But I have to admit it was the best capture until now and the far more interesting.
In Jun's arc Katsuragi really had to use all of his date sim skills and brain power to capture her! And he never stop's impressing me with his timing and his use of words.
Something that did disappoint me a little is that Elisie didn't get more attention, something I was hoping for this season.
That was the only thing that really disappointed me this season.
And I was happy to watch that it wasn't really some boring filler episode's this season as in the previous one. And it was good watching Katsuragi's silliness and Elsie's clueless once again. And I'll be looking forward to season 3 read more
Oct 9, 2013
Its like the season 1, or continuation of the last ep of s1. " conquer all the girl to capture the loose soul"
i like the opening because its English. The lyrics is match on the anime.
same as season 1, elsie and keima.
but in this season not only school girl he needs to conquer
there is a: teacher, a tsundere girl, and a annoying classmate
i totally enjoy watching this anime, because i though he cant conquer a cold hearted girl ( tsundere ), a annoying classmate, and a teacher.i totally laugh when he failed ( the time when he needs a help in his sensei nikaido ) he have a wrong decision there. When the time he conquer the teacher, i learn many things.
10/10 because of comedy romance. :)
Jun 30, 2011
so I loved the first season of this anime so i went mad whit fan girl moments when i saw the second season had started airing.
this is a spoiler free review
so the story is not my favorite part in the anime but i cant complain about it or say anything super about it therefor it only get a 5 because its neither bad or god to me.
and its basically just like the first whit a few developments in both the characters and story so o say.
I love the art style, but i do not pay alot of attention for details so theirs probably something that bothers someone their usually is.
but its definitely not my favorite style in anime but its on the top 10 for sure
i put a ten on this but that might be because i usually watch anime online witch tends to kill the sound, but for once i watched this at home on DvD and it was awesome and i could actually hear stuff. i was amazed like a small child !
I am in love whit katsuragi! i am drawn towards gaming nerds so this was the perfect anime for me, i don not hate any of the other characters and all of them dose make some kind of growth in there personality so its fun to watch them develop over the episodes especially katsuragi
this is one of the few animes i actually look forward to see when the episodes comes out because its always exalting and it makes me laugh almost every time so i enjoy it a dame lot !
so overall id like to give the anime a 9
and then excuse my terrible grammar and spelling
also i want a 3 season .. read more
Jul 17, 2013
As expected from the prequel, it's perfect
... Well, let's get going to the review...
The story 10/10:
Not too much changes from my latest review, there are no addition in this, It's perfect, so what's beyond perfect? Well
The story progress is very perfect, even this is harem, the story goes perfectly, well i thought that the story would be very easy to be guess... But not in this anime, there are no cliche moment, there are almost no "coincidences", that's make the story perfect, the story plot, the incident that happen on the story, have a reason why that story is happen which is rare to be seen in harem, ussualy harem just men bumping into girls, and girls going to like him, even the guy is dumbbass... well not in this case, I'm not going too spoil anymore, the story it's perfect, an ideal anime harem...
The graphic is well drawn, the animation work perfectly, Perfect.!!!
Even there are too exaggerated moment, but it's okay
Well, I don't have much interest with the music, I'm not enjoying the OP, That's for the music, but for the sound animation have very good quaility, no disturbing sound, no unnecesary sound, and etcetra
Changes started to meet here, it's started with the girls behaviour, there are several similarity with other harem, It's downgraded from before, for the first girl and the second monster, It's downgraded too much, but for Keima it's still like usual, btw he resemble Lelouch vi Britania from code geass, don't you think?
Events are triggered not by coincidences but by the hero behaviour, that's what I call this harem is different with another harem, The character which is Keima, is suited for the role, and suited with how the story work, The target/girls are perfect too, there are a lot of explanation about why they behave like that, Like they triggered by some sort of events,
Like the prequel
The genre is enjoyable, there are lot of comedy too... The comedy is getting along with the story, not to forced, rare too see too...
You must watch this, this is the best harem.
May 5, 2012
Apart from what I thought starting to watch this season, it turned out to be about as good as first season. It was a bit less funny, but the last "conquest" was a really outstanding story. I must say that as far I don't especially like sequels, I'm waiting for third season, which according to the very ending should get aired. And... I don't especially know what is there more to mention. Sound was a bit worse than in first season (especially opening), art was exactly the same, the characters are still outstanding, and watching this is pretty fun. So there's it, short review of something that is just very good continuation of first season. I hope you find at least a bit of it helpful and I really think that everybody, who enjoyed first season, will enjoy this also. read more