May 5, 2016
This is truly a francise than in Japan held a household name in the 1990's ova/ RPG boom and for GOD-BLOODY SAKE its not available on dvd ( maybe LCD), still to me a gem in the category of being an amethyst.
This storyline is goe's further in detail about the purpose of wataru and got rid of the mecha's and using more magical powers and creatures, wich honestly stalled a bit in the previous 2 serie's, and replacing it by protecting a dragon but i think some of the change is for the better, i mean sometimes the formula loses its taste after so many
seasons but THANK GOD no fillers, unlike a lot of 21 century anime,w ich some exceptions on late 80's ,90's long running t.v shows but not nearly as bad as todays anime.
As for the art, the animation has been improved ofc since it was 1993, yeah just improved .
What i like the most about the sound is the ED music soundtrack , ok i just watched this anime a while ago ( not 1993) but the music from that time i remember, and i couln'd stop dancing and you just figure out why :).
Soooo happy st see the apperances of most of the previous serie's original charachters in all their glory, but i even was happier to see a new enemy on the scene and a strong , relentless one to say.
The feeling of a adventure rpg anime is always going for a intense, but positive feeling and i am a fan of that , even to compare the anime to the videogame is a though behind for example Dragon quest, still to me its an anime that kids these days prob would have liked, u can watch it with almost ppl from all age's.
Overall this is a good ( without the re-imagine serie's ) a very enjoyable closure of the serie's , but the problem in once again the availabillity and even if its sold u can count spending an easy 250-325 Euro on the boxset serie's since its japan import, on this case its just with pain in my heart to say its better to download this.
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