With all the reviews I have been making thus far, the introduction is easily the hardest and probably most uninteresting part to read. Not only do I try to sound like I know what I am talking about but it is not even necessary to read to understand anything more about the hentai. Yet, I still fricking do these things, but I am starting to run out of ideas, which seems to be more and more apparent with each passing review. Anywaysssss..... Today, I'll be reviewing the classic and quite frankly... MASSIVE hentai (you will know what I mean if you saw the hentai), "Shabura
Rental: Ecchi na Oneesan to no Eroero Rental Obenkyou The Animation".
The story for Shabura Rental is very uninspired to say at the very least, as the studio frankly does not even need to worry about this due to it's budget. If you have seen anything from "Office Takeout" (Fella Pure for example) then you'll know that the studio quite frankly knows how to direct well drawn and choreographed hentai. The fact of the matter is this they don't need to give a shit because they are the shit. But I'll still bitch about the story anyways. The premise is decent enough, not ground-breaking but interesting. But what a lot of these hentais fail at is telling and not showing. I get that they want you to have the best time while staying under the 30 minute run-time, but when hentai's start with a straight up fluffing and continue with straight up fluffing, it kinda makes you feel lost af. And that is exactly what this hentai's fault is with story.
Art and Animation: 10/10.
Something you got to give props to is the style of art and animation Office Takeout used, which differs quite a lot from even their own past works. The art style is drawn in a very exaggerated way with it's proportion which really ends up helping the hentai. The animation is also very consistent. Having multiple key frames in shots to keep the audience captivated on what is happening on screen. What is most interesting however is the color choice, which is very dried up yet shiny at the same time. Office Takeout used this style instead of their conman bright and vivid art style, which actually allows these ridiculous proportions they gave the characters not too distracting. Most impressive of all however is the chirography. The studio has proved time and time again that they understand the need for creative and captivating shots and continue the concept with this work, by providing amazing shots.
Sound for the most part is amazing. VAs were chosen wisely and all do their job's properly.
Now this is the part that is easily the most debatable, and it has to do with the aesthetic of the character's . If you are a type of person who prefers body proportions that are some what realistic in your hentai then you will most likely be displeased with this. However, if you don't mind this then I can guarantee that the character's design with not be as bad. Like I explained in Art and Animation, the studio clearly tries to represent these characters the best they can without making it to distracting and for the most part... I think the succeed. Personalty-wise, it's really just different stroke for different folks I guess.
When it comes to actual enjoyment, I have no problem giving Shabura Rental a 10/10. it manages to make characters that would originally seem off-putting natural for the most part. And the shmex choreography is simply amazing!
It does have it's flaws in story like most hentai. But everything else manages to be extremely satisfying, which is why I would recommend this to anyone! Unless you hit massive tits :)