Hm, it's kinda unfair since it's only a few episodes in, but I'm just gonna say that if you come from SDS seasons 1-2 expecting beautiful graphics, voice acting, sound design, and animation: don't expect much. I'm really disappointed by Studio Deen. They did NOT do justice to this arc of the story. As a manga reader who's fully caught up to date the with the manga, I had high hopes for the anime adaptation! But...although the actual tracks are still amazing (Hiroyuki Sawano, ofc), the way they're implemented and paired with scenes is...not so amazing. The fight choreography and animation? Bland, and it seems
like the FPS was completely halved. The voice acting is nearly robotic and sounds out of place, like when you see a terrible CGI scene in a normally-2D-animated anime.
Story: The plot isn't that bad. It stills lines up more or less with the manga.
Sound: Great tracks; not so great use of them. Didn't do Hiroyuki Sawano any justice.
Voice Acting: Extremely disappointed.
Art/Animation: Not the worst it could be, but not very impressive..
Overall: Maybe a 6 or 7. Main reason I enjoyed the first two seasons wasn't just because of the plot, but how the fights were choreographed and tracks were used. It just seems really chunky and rough in this season.
Ok, so I actually really liked this series, despite alot of my rating being low.
First of all, my big thing about this series is that I really dont go into it because of the plot. Its the pure awesomeness of the characters that I just want more and more of. Meliodas is everything a character aspires to be, and Ban is his darker counterpart. King is incredibly powerful, yet struggles with internal issues of relationships and Diane, Merlin and Escanor are pretty flat tho. We dont really come to see em. Escanor is awesome, buts also relativly flat.
People watching this only care about Meliodas,
Ban, King and maybe Diane because their pure prowess and internal struggles are so captivating.
This is the only show I have ever watched subbed because I simply couldnt wait for the dubbed version. The scale of the plot is epic, with the wars and betrayals beating me up so bad! Is was AWESOME.
The story is dope, but is only AWESOME when combined with characters. The Art was fine, nothing to scoff at, and the sound as well. The characters were ok, half of them being great, the other half useless, but not bad.
Personally I love an epic journey of powerful beings reclaiming the world from evil, and so I enjoyed this as one of my fav animes of all time. But overall, it does lack in character and plot at some point.