Alright time to cut to the chase, first off, this is an otome anime based on the game. If you've have any prejudice towards the targeted demographic then this might not be suitable for you.
Secondly, now don't get me wrong, I watched this without playing the game first. It's definitely watchable alone as a standalone for anyone but it's better to play the game (visual novel). However, it would do you just to know that it's based on historical figures.
So far, this is pretty much a comedy-standalone story per episode. It covers the daily silly things that takes place there, so if
you don't like random episodes, it's probably not that great. Although this might be entertaining for those who played the games and want to see some side tidbits of their favorite characters (personally speaking).
And yes since this is a time traveling theme, there's some modern activities set in the Sengoku era (lol).
With the cg, I was a bit bias mainly because 'why cg? and not animation?', but it fits the series especially with what I've mentioned, the random tidbits of the series. Nonetheless the CG works well with the ambience of the show, it's really cute too.
I haven't paid attention to the soundtracks in all honesty (TBC) but the opening theme song did irk me.
Each episodes shows the silly side of the characters we might not really see in the game, mainly because so far it's from Sasuke's point of view. Plus they are really adorable in terms of being chibi-wise.
Again, I'm leaning with the fact that this is a series that targets the female demographic and I've highly enjoyed the daily jokes as it is, so yes I really have enjoyed it a lot.
It's a series you really shouldn't take it seriously but just something to sit back while unwinding and laugh at.
Hello! This is my first review and I consider myself more of a 'casual' anime fan so I won't really go that much in-depth (not that there is much to begin with). Also, dropped it at episode 2.
Since there are only 3 minutes per episode, the story is lacking. Each episode is a slice-of-life (welp, at least 'till episode 2 'cause that's where I dropped it) type of episode that showcases the characters "funny banter". There is not much more to it, but hey, I dropped it at episode 2 so there might be a story?
If you can support the 'chibi-esque' character models
then...this anime might be enjoyable. If you don't like it, oh well, you have a bit of 'regular' animation in the opening and the 'secret' talks (speeches?? the *ahem* last segments of each episode that the fangirls appreciate, probably).
Childish sfx, voice acting good (I don't know, I don't speak japanese)
Oh boy. tl;dr: characters are just tropes and they repeat the same quirk, nothing original
Guess it's kinda good??? Kind of a no-brainer that turns your brain into mush, if you're into that kinda stuff
*Read in infomercial voice* You want to turn off your brain but you don't know how to? Watch this!!!!
I hesitate to write this but...
(Continuation of the "Overal review", please read in a ver deep voice, like Markiplier!)
If you are a fangirl (or fanboy, I don't discriminate) and luv some of 'em anime bishies, then you ladies (or guys) are in for a real treat. At the end of each episode, a character will take to you! Yes, you! However I will avoid spoilers ;). *Return to normal, monotone voice* However that speech lasts for about 3 secs. Yeah you can see the massive animation budget there. Also, I have no life because I wrote this review, watched this show just when I re-started watching animu. (I bet y'all are proud of me)