Two words: Murakami Teruaki. Those should be good enough for any hentai enthusiast to get a mind's image of what to expect. And that is nothing but some of the best, most depraved hentai action out there. Ahegao, torture, bondage, mind break, dudes taking turns all day. Pretty standard stuff to expect from the glorious Murakami. If you know of Teruaki's works and are not a fan of them then this one won't be any different from his other works so sorry guys. But if you're a big fan, like me, or have yet to see his works and is interested in the things I listed a few sentences ago, then enjoy yourselves my dudes.
• The art. As usual, character designs are pretty great. They don't have much to offer for those wishing for smaller racks, but for everyone wishing for large ones, rejoice.
• The plot. Centered around a dude who claims himself to be the legendary pirate who was apparently killed 300 years ago and his quest for vengeance. It's not really anything too special, but unique enough to get those interested enough in the plot to actually await future developments and possible revelations.
• The scenes and animation. Yep it's Murakami directed alright. Fast paced animation, plentiful scenes with little breaks in between to leave no time for you to catch your breath. Anyone familiar with Teruaki will still see his trademark animation direction style that we all know and love(mostly).
• The art. With most of the art and animation focus on the H scenes, oftentimes during plot segments, art and animation quality will seem to take a dip such as being faceless, awkward or unmoving mouths and faces and the likes. But surely a small gripe and sacrifice for quality H scene animation and content.
Things that may turn people off:
Two Teruaki directed shows in one year, truly something every fan would dream of. Another solid release from him and from this years lineup and would most likely be enjoyed by any hardcore hentai fan, whether they are also a fan of Teruaki or not. Eagerly awaiting episode2 now. read more