Ah, Keijo, the anime that keeps on giving, fanservice included. I had a lot of fun watching the main series, so watching these mini-episodes seemed like a good idea. So, were they any good? Well, let's hop on and find out, shall we?
Warning! Spoiler alert!
There isn't much in the way of story here. Instead, these mini-episodes place the characters in funny situations. While the main Keijo series wasn't lacking in comedy, this miniseries is about nothing except comedy. There's nothing wrong with that and I did have fun with it. (7/10)
Since comedy was the primary focus in this miniseries, there weren't a lot of character
moments here. That said, I did like Nozomi and Sayaka's private moment in episode 4, where they talk about how far they have come and take a moment to appreicate their friendship. (8/10)
Since this minseries shares the same visual art style as the main series, there wasn't much to screw up here. (7/10)
Since I watched the show in English, it felt refreshing to listen to the original voices once again. I really enjoyed the performances of both Lynn (Nozomi) and M.A.O. (Sayaka). (8/10)
This miniseries was a lot of fun. You don't need to watch and you can skip it if you want, but if you're in the mood for some harmless comedy, then I highly recommend it. (7/10)