One year has passed since the Chaos Arena was destroyed, Asagi and Sakura were presently on an abandoned street on a man-made island that floated on top of Tokyo Bay. It was an enormous box-shaped island built by the government and referred to as "Tokyo Kingdom."
There was hope that it would become a second city center floating at sea, but it had failed to attract businesses.
The only way of getting to and from the island was through Honshu Island over the 10 kilometer Tokyo Kingdom bridge. Unfortunately, this narrow route was the means in which the inhabitants of hell found their way onto the island, luring anarchists, criminals, and even illegal immigrants there, transforming the streets of the sea bound city into a world-renowned haven for danger.
However abandoned the streets were, order did exist in such a place despite it being a breeding place of crime.
There was a business district at the heart as well as one of Asia's greatest prostitute grottoes. Whether or not it was only the strong who survived, the viability of living there required one not to be careless in making friends with the strong.
First review ever becuase *** this anime
Urgh, they said anime is dying, and this is the perfect example, can't believe i even thought about purchasing this piece of shit (living in Japan)
The only thing i can think good about is the animation, the characters are drawn nicely.
The bad, well let's see
- I don't understand wtf was going on for 60 minutes of 2 episodes and i am not planning to find out
- The sound is mehh and not the same voice actors voiced the prequel is also a minus but i guess it happens.
- Most of the time it was characters talking bullshit to each
other, the sex scenes are poorly made, lackluster and failed to deliver anything it intended to deliver.
Should you watch this? No, it's a waste of time. Save your semen for something else. If you already watch the first, then don't even touch this either, it will be a huge disappointment.
A sequel to Taimanin Asagi which was quite surprising how this sequel went into more of a story orientated series rather than action orientated. Personally, I don't think this sequel is "fappable" because there are way too much dialogue and not enough *** therefore making it feel like you are watching an anime instead of an actual hentai.
Story wise, its not good or bad, it's just what is to be expected of a hentai. Not story orientated just full of *** for the audience to enjoy it as a hentai and not an anime series. It covers the main bits and pieces that needs
to drive the whole story.
I consider the art from this sequel to be really nice and consistent due to the fact that this was produced by T-REX and ZIZ Entertainment, which made many countless notable hentais that consist of very good art. Such as: Mizugi Kanojo: The Animation, Ojousama wa H ga Osuki: The Animation, Kanojo wa Dare to demo Sex Suru and Koutetsu no Majo Annerose.
The sound effects are done well, however, the voice actors aren't the same as the prequel. You can already tell when the girls are in action ;) their moaning are not the best because it really sounds a bit fake at some points. I closed my eyes and tried to listen to this was about to make me laugh to be honest. If you were to compare this to the prequel where you can tell that the moaning and such are done to perfection, it wouldn't make you laugh when they were doing it.
Character design aren't the same as the prequel due to their producers, however, it was much more detailed give or take. I do enjoy the slight change of character design but it's not as fun to watch them doing it since the emphasis of the motions aren't "hot" so to speak, if you were going to compare it to the prequel.
Was expecting a bit from this sequel since I'm a big fan of the Taimanin series but it was a let down to see that they didn't use the same producers from the prequel to create the sequel, which could've been a great idea to begin with since the producers from the prequel knows how to create intense scenes ;) This sequel had too much character dialogue which turns me off since you don't get enough scenes to fap to, they wouldn't last as much as the character dialogues.
If you want to cum buckets and not worry about the story as much then go watch the prequel since it provides intense scenes where you wouldn't even last 10 sec. The prequel has much to offer in 5 episodes including an OVA as well. Taimanin Asagi 2 was much of a let down compared to the prequel due to their production group that they chose to produce it from but I don't blame them entirely for it. It was some what of a slight change of pace, where it focuses more on character dialogue than the *** scenes that were suppose to happen to Asagi and Sakura. But who in the right mind would want to fap to this, its hard to do it in the first place. Just go watch the sequel thats all I'm saying.
You know what, f**k this anime. Stupid plot, stupid anime.
Story: 2/10. Why, just why? "Tokyo Kingdom", "The New Oboro", "Saya", "Kage"? Too much plots!!
Art: 7/10. It looks pretty and nice.
Sound: 5/10. The reason why I gived this a 5/10 because of the moaning. Sakura's was annoying. Asagi kept squeaking instead of moaning. All I kept hearing at ONE FUCKING moaning scene from Asagi (at the end of a episode) is a very long squeaky fake moan, Yep, that's what I heard.
Characters: 5/10. Asagi's voice changed. The new character "Saya" wasn't fucked and all she was doing was acting cruel. All she kept saying is
guys [asagi and sakura] are going to *be like me*" I didn't get that at all.
Oboro was stupid. Sakura was the angel that I've felt sympathy for. Asagi was idiotic.
Enjoyment: 3/10 Did you know what I heard during sex scenes? I KEEP HEARING them speak!! You don't speak, you feel pleasure.
Overall: 3/10. Watch this and compare this to Hell Knight Ingrid.
Several years after the first anime Taimanin Asagi 2 is based on the sequel game of the same name from the masters of the ero world Lilith. Since then a lot of changes have happened with a new studio handling Liliths properties and a change in director leading to a very different feeling anime but does it still stand above it contemporaries?
After the closure of the Chaos Arena a new location has been created for the demons to gather and partake in their uninhibited ways. Asagi and Sakura, Taimanin who were subjected to degrading treatment at the hands of Oboro in the Chaos Arena are
dispatched to Tokyo Kingdom to wipe out any wrongful acts and find out about a missing Taimanin who was sent there. What awaits them though is a surprise or two that will lead to old nightmares being revisited and a humiliating yet pleasurable experience.
I like that it continues where it left off whilst delving into the Taimanin world even more to add greater depth to it. It becomes more immersive and thus greater enjoyment comes from it more than a standalone episode might. I also like that the training Asagi and Sakura went through didn’t just go away, they still feel the effects of it and have to medicate for it. Its small things like this that really put a smile on my face because it doesn’t cheap out on the story elements like it could have.
The main trio of ladies return and all keep their key personality traits but there is one new addition here in Saya: a supposed genetic experiment by Oboro to awaken a Taimanins hidden power. She is a lot of fun both in human form where she likes to tease and in her other grotesque form.
This being a Taimanin series there is of course the array of bizarrely beautiful sexual scenes which is a large part of the appeal. Not only do we get the usual bevy of sordid acts but we go further with some salacious acts. Naturally if the first anime made you turn away in disgust then this will not change your mind.
After being captured in episode one Asagi is treated to somebody modification but the manner in which it happens can only be called glorious. Extreme nipple modification is the big focus with tentacles, needles and the like all toying with her nipples. They inject her, continue to modify and even insert tentacles into them with a lovely x-ray live view of it happening. All as Oboro demeans her, humiliates her with what’s to come. Nipple play isn’t usually top of my lists for enjoyment but the inventiveness, cruelty and arousing nature of it here really stood out.
Episode two takes a different approach with modification now complete the aim is to break and humiliate Asagi and Sakura. They are shackled, blindfolded with their breasts bearing to all and forced to be raped for 3 days by a number of demons. This was even more enjoyable. Seeing them in stocks, helpless as these monstrosities had their way with them, filling them with cum, treating them like public toilets all the while their minds break from the pleasure. This is exactly my type of thing so I enjoyed it immensely but this is also where I had a bit of an issue with pacing.
Episode one is good, it goes at a steady pace and gives a good focus on the sordid acts going on to both Asagi and Sakura. It is this episode two where it comes undone. The shift to the humiliation scenes where Asagi and Sakura are to be raped for 3 days straight by the demons was tantalising but it went by so fast. Seemingly glancing over some of the standout scenes from Asagi and Sakura in the stocks being humiliated, Asagi being raped by a demonic horse, gang rape to stomach defamation it was rushed through. It was a real disappointment.
Visually the show is step above ZIZs efforts of the time. The art is superb, finely detailed and faithful to Kagamis designs. Asagi and Sakura ooze sexiness with the sizeable breasts and sumptuous curves on display in the skin tight suits the Taimanin wear. It is also a bit brighter than the first anime with more vivid colours helped by clear images and no filters in sight. The animation for the most part is also good. Smooth but when it comes to the sex scenes in episode two in particular it slows down and almost chugs along. It does not break or ruin the enjoyment but it is noticeable.
The big difference here from the first is that this loses the special touch and style of director Teruaki Murakami. His motion based animation style with extreme close ups, fast moving camera angles and general distinct input is missing and it makes it lack that certain extra something. Repeated viewings have lessened my thoughts on this but at the time it was so iconic and having it removed does feel odd, taking a bit of time to get used to.
With a new studio and staff adapting the second game I was nervous, I adore the Taimanin franchise and after a somewhat lackluster Yukikaze adaption I was hoping for an improvement and that is what I got. The extreme hardcore acts are present, the scenes are luscious and the perverse goings on are second to none. If you are a fan of the series it is essential watching.