The theme for the new work is "Let's take one step forward and try it!" Yuusaku hates standing out, and at his school he doesn't. However, Yuusaku starts meeting others through duels, and starts moving forward.
It's only another Yu-gi-oh, That is the reason for make a different criticism...
All "Yu-gi-oh" animes involves a different theme. Yu☆Gi☆Oh! VRAINS have this theme "Let's take one step forward and try it!"
It's a very good theme to make a anime, but remember, new yugioh anime is only for money...
It's not very good the story, and have a characters and duels typica of yugioh series, but the anime art it's very good, and the OST is amazing... Yeah, another yugioh anime, not a really good anime, but the production it's as good as any yugioh...
WARNING SPOILERS ALERT!!!
Very first episode of the show is really good and i kinda liket other than the fact the duel was put into episode 2 i still did enjoy. I am not sure how Vrains will progress since Yoshida got his hand on this and i kinda got some wierd feelings from to make stay far,far away from the fandom and it's toxic people as possible. To be honest.
I rate the first 1 10/10
Two major things bothered me in this are that fact Aoi got treated like a total damsil and that the Plot is only for the first 3 episode. Shin on my
thoughts is not all great and i just wanna stay away from his fans as what i've said before.
Disclaimer: I'm a massive Yu-Gi-Oh fan so there might be some bias here and there, but I want to try to review this series objectively as an anime.
First impression of the VRAINS series is that the anime has a more mature theme much like the 5D's series, which in my opinion is a plus. So far the story is about the high school student Yuusaku who secretly works as a hacker fighting against the criminal hacking organisation "Knights of Hanoi" due to a yet unexplained background that involved these two. Duels are now carried out in a futuristic VR system called the VRAINS that allows
players to manifest as an avatar inside the cyber realm.
The story so far is well-paced and enjoyable but it's nothing to be excited about yet, as we are still in the introductory phase of the main characters (and as per the typical Yu-Gi-Oh tropes, you gotta duel someone before you get to know them). However, what the VRAINS series has excelled in so far, in my opinion, is the characters. The protagonist is very likeable in the sense that he is a cool silent-type but isn't completely deadpan as he shows that he could enjoy duels when he isn't fighting the Hanois. The rivals/friends also get a few episodes of thorough introduction showing the reason why they indulge in dueling and the VRAINS system, while the main villain also briefly shown to have a valid humane reason for their criminal activities, rather than just being evil for the sake of being evil.
If you're one of those people who watch Yu-Gi-Oh for the exciting duel scenes and sick animations, VRAINS has definitely got your back. The animation quality is top-notch, as usual, and can probably be considered as another upgrade from the past series. As another plus, the music is also amazing (and I think the general concensus would agree with me on this one) that I don't actually skip both the opening and ending song in each episode, which is a pretty rare case for me.
TL:DR While the story is still building up, the characters so far are great and well-introduced. Animation and duel scenes are amazing as usual, and the music choice is also one of my personal favourite this season. As a Yu-Gi-Oh fan I'm immensely enjoying the anime so far, as it seems to be another step-up from the past series.
a coisa que mais me cativou nessa temporada nova foi a personalidade do protagonista, finalmente dando um fim aos antecessores com personalidades nada sérias e infantilizadas
a ideia da história parece bem interessante e diferente, e também parece ter muito para se explorar desde que não fique muito repetitiva ou que traga uma chuva de fillers (o que é comum em yu-gi-oh!)
o fator mais "broxante" do anime (além da arte ridícula de um dos secundários) foi o fato dos duelistas se locomoverem por meio de pranchas voadoras (?)
tudo bem que não vai voltar o estilo clássico de duelo do DM/GX, mas podiam desenvolver melhor o action
duel pelo menos, odeio esses tipos de duelo que usam veículos
enfim, com o atual caminho que a trama tá levando eu acabei perdendo temporariamente o interesse (pq tá no momento dos episódios de apresentação de secundários e archetypes novos), mas espero que logo tome um foco maior no Revolver, que parece ser um vilão com muito potencial e que tem uma grande chance de cativar bastante o público em geral