Andou Soako, a high school girl and a 'Mega-klutz' as she thinks herself to be is about to be late for school yet again, for nine straight days! She rushes out from her home and runs out to make up for the lost time when she suddenly realizes that her breasts are wobbling much more than usual and she has a feeling of a gentle breeze under her skirt...
Limited Girl. is a sexy, funny, short, straight-to-DVD special that carries much enjoyment within it. The story revolves around Andou Soako, a high-school girl who forgets to put on her underwear due to rushing to school and avoiding being late again. Get ready to laugh as the series follows her attempts to hide her embarrassment and "indecency," if you will.
Now, what the other reviewer missed was the wonderful ending. Though the show initially concentrates on Soako's comedic interactions with her classmates and her "problem," surprisingly, she might somehow, because of this, find her "first love (hatsukoi *wink, wink*)" by the finale, and, subsequently, become the original anime's heroine's (who is hard to tell) rival.
Being based on character designs by Kawashita Mizuki, the author of Ichigo 100%, Ane Doki!, and Lilim Kiss, it is expected that the art for this series is top notch, which it is. The soundtrack and seiyuu are also flawless, fitting the scenes and cast. There is no opening sequence in this anime, but the ending sequence is the same as Hatsukoi (First Love) Limited.'s ending track, cut by half, which is pretty good, I might add.
It should be noted that you may watch Limited Girl. before or after the original anime, as the story does not interfere nor spoil anything, though the middle-school characters, apart from Andou Soako, the heroine here, appear in both. I recommend that you watch the first episode of this, and judge for yourself whether or not you want to drop it. I think you will like and finish it, but if you do not, then hey, you have just wasted five minutes, less than a quarter of most television shows' episodes.read more