A direct continuation of TSR. While retaining the akward charm of Chidori and Sousake FMP: Invisible Victory has might i say even more tension as well as getting even more serious then TSR. However overall its the same story as the first and second season Kaname is still the damsel in distress and Sousake answers the call.
Almost everything looks exactly the same as the first 3 seasons, with a more modern look and far cleaner lines and character drawing. only minor things like Kaname's cheek zigzags are gone and other littles things, the AS's Look far better as well (for the better i might
say) Although everything looks nice and clean the art isnt anything wonderful, it could almost be considered subpar by todays standards but it get the job done.
Explosions, music and voices all sound perfectly good, ( cant say if the characters sound the same since ive only watched the dub) Chidori is still loud at times though less annoying then the older seasons.
If you've seen the first 3 seasons there is practacilly no differences in the characters. Sousake is still a man of few words and far too tense in social situations. Kaname is still annoying yet sweet. Tessa is still the cute little captian girl who's also an extremely hard working and very serious person at times. Melissa and Kurtz still are the same, he makes a joke at her expense and she hits him for it.
While i have been a fan of this series and i can now enjoy watching the season, the time gap might just be a big problem. Becasue if you havent seen the original and TSR newcomers will have no idea whats going on at all. While some people wont be too keen on watch the older entries which are between 12-17 years old at this point.
While this is a good start to the continuation of the series and the quality is decent, time goes on and FMP had its time in the spotlight long ago. Also is get a little bit more bloody. personal and the Turn the action up to 11
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