Mar 13, 2022
Lovely x Cation The Animation is an OVA series by Studio T-Rex. I think that this hentai can best be described as perfectly average. Nothing about it stands out, weather that be good or bad.
The story of this anime is... well... it varies. There are 5 (really 4 and a half) stories spread across two episodes. They are all very basic, and all follow two characters who like each other, consummating their relationships. The "story" for each part largely comprises the personality of the girl, and in two cases, the setting. The first story concerns a couple
who fall in love after presenting a fake relationship. It was okay. The second story concerns a couple who get down to business in a photo booth. It was mildly more engaging. The third "story" can barely even be called a story, since it lasts for all but a few minutes. It's about a nurse who is in love with one of her students. I was actually the most excited for this one, but nothing much happens unfortunately. The fourth story is about... something... Yeah, it was that forgettable. The fifth and final story is about a guy and his swimming instructor, and it clearly had the most effort put into it. It was decent and cute.
The real focal point of this anime is the artwork, which is above average quality for a hentai. Everyone looks good, although the eyes on the first girl were drawn far to big. Don't worry though, because the artwork seems to get better as the series progresses. The lighting is also used quite effectively, as it adds to the atmosphere without being distracting.
The sound work is, much like the series as a whole, perfectly fine. The voice acting is high pitched, but the voice actors add a bit of softness into their vocalization, which makes the high voices less alarming to listen to.
Overall, Lovely x Cation is a solid, albeit average hentai. I think most hentai fans, especially casual viewers, will find it enjoyable. Although more experienced watchers might feel slightly underwhelmed. 6.5/10
So, would I recommend Lovely x Cation? Sure, why the heck not.
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