May 2, 2013
Tags: Big Breasts, Comedy, Domination, Group, Gangbang, Incest, Brother x Sister, Nurses, Rape, School, Small Breasts, Students, Torture, Yuri
Censorship: Yes, Bad
This is my third attempt at writing a review for this confusing, strange and fairly annoying Hentai. Emi to Yobanaide (Don't Call Me Amy) is just a bizarre story and you really do not know what is really going on until the end, and it is a messed up ending. The main character is a girl named Emi who is prone to daydreaming and is in love with her step-brother who she lives alone with. Both Emi and her brother Tomomi share the
same birthday, and they plan to celebrate their eighteenth birthday together.
Things get weird when a woman claiming to be Emi's deceased father's secretary shows up and tells her that her father left a mountain of debts and that they would have to sell the house to pay it back. Other things start happening, such as the school superintendent forcing Emi to perform sexual acts. It also turns out that Tomomi has a special, once in a century blood type that, once he hits his birthday, will drive every woman insane just from his smell. I'm not going any further to try to explain the story, just know that it is weird.
Lets talk animation, this series came out in 1997 and the style is very indicative of that time period, with a fairly rough hand-drawn look to it. I would not say it is a bad style, just dated, and not up to modern anime standards. The character design reminds me a bit of Sailor Moon. My biggest issue is that this hentai is now about 16 years old and is not available uncensored, and the censorship on this piece is just bad. An example is a fellatio scene where 90% of the person's face is censored out, just silly, bad censorship.
The sound I found annoying. The voice of Emi in particular was unpleasant and whiny. The music kind of just droned on in the background and bugged me. I guess the ending song was ok, but that's about it.
In conclusion, I will not be watching this one again. If you are in the mood for something dated and confusing, this one is for you! If you want to enjoy what you are watching you may want to look elsewhere.
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