Synonyms: D.C. III: Da Capo III
Japanese: D.C.III ～ダ・カーポIII～
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 5, 2013 to Mar 30, 2013
23 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 6.851 (scored by 2292 users)
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SynopsisThird season of Da Capo.
Related AnimeAdaptation: Da Capo III
Prequel: Da Capo II Second Season
Side story: Da Capo III Special
Characters & Voice Actors
In all honesty, the anime ended and I was confused. The story didn't really go anywhere, and there was hardly any character development, if any at all. I've been a fan of Da Capo as well as Da Capo II and had some decent expectations from Da Capo III. I wouldn't say my expectations were too high, considering I was very much turned off from episode 1.
As I stated before, the story really didn't progress until very late into this series. There really wasn't much development as a Da Capo series, and I personally was disappointed. For those who haven't watched and were hoping for the drama shown in D.C. and D.C.II, don't.
Fairly enough, the art of this series was actually quite decent. The characters and settings were all drawn very nicely, but unfortunately many episodes had some rather confusing shots. They would zoom in on breasts for no apparent reason, and just sort of keep it there even though characters were having conversations. Like, seriously?
Nothing to hear here. Keep moving along.
No development whatsoever, and all of the characters are very stale. It is very apparent that all the girls like him for some apparent reason, and the protagonist has about zero backbone. I typically don't like this kind of character, hence my low rating. The girls -do- have some of their cute points, but nonetheless still stale.
As a Da Capo series, no.
I don't know why I finished it. Probably obligation. read more
While the original Da Capo and Da Capo II are perfectly fine and if not considered a classic of the harem series. Da Capo III fails to deliver any of that. The original series had interesting characters and managed to squeeze in character development, then further suck us into this world that also happens to contain the existence of magic. From the very start the main character is already actively pursued by the heroines in the story with no reason why or how it happened. The episodes that followed rather than stretching each character and their development throughout the series they essentially sum each character by episode giving us a very tip of the iceberg view of the relationship. The main character is completely standard the most generic abomination of all the harem genres (especially ones based off visual novels like this one)
Despite what I might have said earlier the artwork is absolutely up to par with fantastic coloring and interesting scenery
Nothing stands out about this. Carry on
The characters in Da Capo III suffer from a lack of development and as far as I''m concerned, they even lack human emotions.
Chances are by the time you get through an episode you will look back and summarize the episode in four words. The amount of plot that happens in each episode is infinitesimally low and while it's beautiful to look at it will feel like a waste of your time. Akin to watching a trainwreck. read more
Opening Theme"Sakura Happy Innovation (サクラハッピーイノベーション)" by Rikka Morizono (Emi Nitta), Charles Yoshino (Ui Miyazaki), Himeno Katsuragi (Mikoi Sasaki), Sara Rukawa (Chiyo Ousaki), Aoi Hinomoto (Erika Kaiho)
Ending Theme#1: "Aitai yo (会いたいよ)" by yozuca* (eps 1, 9-13)
#2: "Meguru (メグル)" by CooRie (eps 2-5, 7-8)
#3: "REFLECTION" by Emi Nitta (ep 6)
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