Apr 25, 2017
Rate a 6
Instrumental not vocal
This is marked as a sequel to Mori no Densetsu. In short it isn't really. The only aspect that remain the same is the general environment. Characters you saw and part one don't show here. Comical portray used in part one does not show here as much. Introduction was okay. Rather than going for an overview of the game playing characters they decided to go at it via a zoom in. In other words the story was at the center or the original shot. You just need to do some fine tuning to get there. The positive approach to this shows
how wide spread the field they have to work with. The negative approach is slight mild confusion to the viewer. As for the ending it made sense. Could it have been prolonged? Perhaps but it ended nicely the way it did.
-art is colorful
-On a positive note the artist(s) decided to stick with an art style. Rather than constantly change it up like they did in part one. Maybe it was because of the plots message difference that caused the change. While part one was action based, this part was more emotional based. Which works because the reason to watch this no longer has to be eye catching. If you were a fan of the first one, which most likely did well seeing how this is part two, then there would be no need to strive for your attention and just focuses on the plot.
Instrumental again with the right use of instruments.
One might see this as low cut or a chick flick having seen part one. However, you have to understand that is why they did not start out with showing the evil figure's face. For the story was not about the lumberjack but about the dwellers that live in the environment. As well as the day to day struggles they face.
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