Hey! Are you a fat, lazy weeaboo who wants to actually lose weight and get into shape but can, for some reason, only be motivated to do some exercise with the help of cute moe-blob girls? Then you need the Anitore XX DVD! With this amazing program, you'll complete a wide range of exercises in which you only get a two minute work-out once every week! If you don't change your diet whatsoever, you'll lose an amazing zero pounds! Feel your life and soul wasting away as you begin to realise you're a pathetic waste of space who can't even gather the motivation to work-out
unless cute, ten-year-old girls are instructing you how to do so! Still not convinced? Then just listen to this testimony:
"I watch this show for my weekly fix of loli masturbation"
-Some Filthy Weeb in Japan.
This show is strange. Damn strange. I have no idea what crap the creators were smoking when they thought this was a good idea. The show consists of short three minute episodes and in each episode, a different girl teaches you how to do certain exercise complete with them moaning and panting softly to make it more fetishy and sexual for all of the greasy Otakus to fap themselves silly. I guess that the main purpose of this anime was to motivate all of the Otakus in Japan to get up out of their chairs or whatever and actually do some exercise, in a rather weak attempt granted. However, even when analysing the show's only purpose of existing I would imagine it would do a pretty crappy job. For starters, only about 30% of the episode actually consists of exercising and the rest is made up of crappy comedy and pointless filler. Not only that, each exercise the show requires from you only consists of ten counts and the show comes out every week. If someone WERE to do these exercises it effectively means that they would only be doing about three minutes worth of exercise a week; hardly a substantial amount. Now, I understand that they may be motivated to do more than this amount but I highly doubt that since the show does a poor job at actually creating motivation and instead leads to more confusion if anything. If I wanted to get fit, I would actually join a gym or just simply go running in the park or some crap. Why do I need some brainless moe-blobs teaching me how to get fit? They try so hard to aim and pander to its demographic that it's laughably pathetic.
The audience assumes the role of the nameless main protagonist who is never seen and we experience the world through his eyes to make the show easier to self-insert ourselves, 'cause who the hell cares about personalities anymore, right? Each girl is given a cookie-cutter personality trait and design whether that be the energetic type, the chuunibyou, the one with the big tits or the token loli tsundere 'Konno Baka!' type. None of them are interesting and are as generic and vapid as you can possibly get in terms of characters which all desperately appeal and pander towards the Otaku fan-base. The show makes an attempt to give them personality and tries to convey the underlying idea that the girls secretly have feelings for the main character but it comes across as so superficial and, again, feels like more pandering. The show is a lot like the Hinako OVAs. In these OVAs, a nameless protagonist who sees the world the way we see hangs out with a big breasted girl who does exercise, takes a bath and then watches her for forty-five minutes as she sleeps. Sure, it's not as creepy but both shows are equally as pointless as each other and completely fail in their respected intentions (whatever Hinako's intentions actually were; I have no clue.)
The animation and general look were okay for a show of this nature, and as I said, the girls are pretty cute and with a short run-time, I can MAYBE...MAYBE recommend this trash, only if you really want to see a bunch of girls do exercise and moan sexually. This show is pointless. Even when inferring its possible point, I would imagine it fails in that regard too. It has nothing interesting, nothing good and is an empty husk. It serves no purpose and instead of working to lose weight I want to work to kill myself instead.
Anitore XX is The 2nd Season of The Anitore Series. This Anime Teaches You How to Do Exercises With The Girls, And The Best of All, This Anime Has Alot of Fan Services. Cool huh? Nvm, Let's Get Into It
First, Let's Talk About the Story.
In My Opinion, The Story of Anitore XX Was Pretty Good, Especially Some Scenes That Will Randomly Happen. And Most Importantly They Have Interesting Exercises. (And Some of The Exercises I've Never Seen Before) Story: 7.9/10
Then, The Art.
The Art of Anitore XX Looks Pretty Much The Same Like Anitore EX (The 1st Season) But With New Ones, Like the Outside
of The Grand Mansion (or it's a Big House) Looks Good Art: 7.6/10
Then, The Sound.
The Sound and Music of Anitore XX Was Great. (Just Like the 1st Season) Especially the Little Noise of the Honks, It Makes Me Laugh a Little.
Then, The Characters.
The Characters of Anitore EX and XX Looked So Damn Good, Especially the Chibi Versions of the Girls, They are Cute. And a New Character Named Sakura Izumi who She's an Emperor Wannabe. And That's The Emperor's New Move!...Get it? nvm. Characters: 8.5/10
Next, The Enjoyment
I Love When The Girls Can Talked to Me and Touch Me With Their Hands. That is My Most Favorite Part of the Series. It's Like I'm the Protagonist of Anitore! That is So Much Fun. Enjoyment: 8.9/10
Last But Not Least, The Overall
Anitore XX is a Great Season I've Enjoyed The Random Scenes, The Girls Can Talk, Look and Touch Me. If You Like Exercises and Fan Service, This Anime is For You!
I heard that it was an exercise anime. I also heard that it had fan service, cliche moe girls, and hardly any storyline. I watched every episode of this expecting something more. But at the same time... what was I expecting.
The story was simple. A bunch of girls want to be idols so they exercise and talk about how they feel as though they're fat. The smaller ones want bigger boobs and the bigger ones want smaller thighs/hips. They teach you how to exercise.
The art was very cute. Very bright. Lots of fan service but not to an ecchi level.
They focused around one
song about smiles and exercise and what not. Also very cute and bright
Characters were incredibly cliche focusing around you- the harem king/queen who is exercising with them.
It was a decent anime. I didn't exercise at all while watching it though, I finished it cause it was short and I was curious to see who the next episode's character would be (I never saw the first season. Whoops.)
The second season of Anitore, an anime that is all about physical exercise... Not, this anime is all about recharging your fan service needs and is just 5 min a week.
Story: 4 out of 10 (Decent)
It's a 5 min sport anime, doesn't have a big story just a line of events based on each character personality.
This season they didn't explore much the idol concept that as introduced at the end of the first season.
Art: 7 out of 10
I like, is cute, is well done, i can't say is outstanding but it fits this kind of anime.
Sound: 8 out of 10
I like their music i just
wished that they had put more musics this season.
Characters: 6 out of 10
It's id true that de character development is very little, but the characters were well defined from the first episode of the first season.
Enjoyment: 8 out of 10
It is a nice change of pace in the meddle of a week and a nice recharge of fan service in the meddle.
Overall: 7 out of 10
If you have free time or want to workout a little check it