After watching the first 3D series of kanojo that I felt was why they were overly imposing what was not their soul mate, I mean what's wrong with otaku? Are they that bad? Of course not? I'm sure the readers are otaku.
The studios and writers from the 3Dkanojo series only continue to make cliches of romance at such a fast pace that they can only be called impressive works. This main girl is full of conflicting things. At the same time, he is a prostitute and an innocent property. A strong badass and a little girl who cries. It is never certain whether what he
says is honest or lying. I saw a number of anime series only concerned with profit but that became an important point I admit that they only made what the public felt or were more busy talking about.
Because it paced very fast, and the girls were constantly lying, it was very difficult to get into this character and call it a good romantic. However, nothing was made serious, but he did decent work as a comedy, although it looks like this series will soon grow old. I can recommend this to people who have a tendency to hate romance because 3D Kanojo is quite good at capturing all the things that are wrong with them.
Animation art that they present even though it's very good but why the storyline they offer is not too impressive in my opinion. The selection of contrasting colors made this series soar and covered some of their shortcomings, besides that they were also good in their character design presenting characters who had distinctive features and were easy to remember that became an important point in this series.
To be honest, watching this once again may seem like a torture just to go through the same-old, same-old "relationship woes" again, but for Hoods Entertainment and the staff behind this to green-lit the continuation of this series really takes some balls of confidence, and confidence they did, albeit small steps that surpass the first season.
For now, the couples (or friendships) have pretty much in this season been laid out in typical fashion: Iroha X Tsutsui, Ayado X Itou, and Ishino X Takahashi. For starters, looking at the relationship of both Iroha and Tsutsui at this juncture, it seems that both are willing to see
each other an eye for an eye, and see each other for not just what has been established in Season 1, but also right now in Season 2, they are moving forward in tandem as they seek out the best of each other (hopefully towards the end of the source material). As for the ever-irrational Ayado and Itou, the guy-girl pair which seemingly is as annoying as what they can't get right in Season 1, the course of their friendship-cum-relationship will change aesthetically in the new season, so hopefully for those of you watching some forced melodrama, this will change things up. As for Ishino and Takahashi though, not gonna spoil anything here, but as far as I'm concerned, there won't be much change to the love-hate relationship that the both of them has.
And also as evidently seen, Hoods Entertainment has stepped up their game to ensure that the missteps and consequences of Season 1 limiting their potential will be minimized here. There is still the same awkward artwork, backdrop visuals and such, but it's honestly not such a drab now that although the same staff is back, the production team seemingly took hard advice and reworked on everything that is bad, and made it decent.
The TL:DR is this: Give this series again a 2nd chance of redemption of showcasing the same-old boring cliches that unfortunately is not gonna stain the know-how, but with a different mindset: Since Season 1 is titled "About..." (which is show), now Season 2 is titled "Regarding..." (which is tell), so hopefully the context will be fleshed out more.