Catian Eris is now on a mission to learn about Earth games and how they are played, but she seems to think that bets have to be placed every time. And while some bets are material items, eventually the Catians learn about betting items of clothing...
I wasn't expecting much of a plot or anything exciting to up the rating for this particular OVA. But knowing the genre of the original anime I was sure that I was going to get a generous spoonful of service along with plot equivalent to that of food bought at your regular convenience store because your mother couldn't fix you something better to eat.
That Spoon full of service? Well... I could tell its the same spoon God uses to eat his frosted flakes because it was fucking huge and the service was epic.
Art : 9
Enjoyment: (Full Female Cast)(Strip Games) + 2(Nipple) to the
square root of uncensored = one happy motherfucking viewer = Simplified to → You get my point...
As much as I enjoyed, service isn't everything, but extremely high to what I usually give OVAs.
I really enjoyed watching the TV series for Asobi ni Iku yo! I loved how the genre of sci-fi was incorporated into the series. The possibility of how life exists elsewhere fascinates me and that was what attracted me to Asobi ni Iku yo!
When I first saw that an OVA for it was released, I was excited and wanted to watch it as soon as I could. However, after finish watching it, I was dissapointed.
There were a lot of scenes in this OVA which contained nudity. The story for this was not all that good. The artwork for this piece was done really well.
did not enjoy this as much as I had enjoyed the actual series. In this episode, there were more nudity scenes than there was in the whole entire series.
We, the members of the Underside of Kitten Paw, have added a new ordinance, based on this new video footage, regarding our Goddess. By adding this ordinance, we not only further strength our relationship with the Catians, but also grow closer with our Goddess and Savior, Eris. The new ordinance goes as followed:
7) Thou Shalt Include a Strip Game, Amongst Other Games
– It appears that everyone knows that one of Earth’s most popular games are 'Strip games'. The members of the Catian mothership played ‘Strip Mahjong’, ‘Strip Poker’, and ‘Strip Rock-Paper-Scissors’. And almost every single member becomes nude once, showing
off their lovely breasts! Now, our ’so-called’ villain is playing chess against Matrey, her personal assist-a-roid. But, what’s this, she is losing and stripping! So, I guess she is playing ‘Strip Chess’. And, now, our Goddess and her friends are playing various games, such as ‘Bullshit!’, ‘Monopoly’, ‘Twister’, and finally, ‘Strip Rock-Paper-Scissors’. Our protagonist, Kio Kakazu, wins by blind luck, literally, and strips everyone naked. Based on our Goddess’ and her friends’ behaviors, it would seem that playing ‘Strip games’ further strengths one’s relationship amongst friends and colleagues. It’s decree that everyone should include one ‘Strip game’, so to further develop one’s bond with another person.
By following this new ordinance, we hope that our relationship with Catians continues rises. We further hope that one day, we may obtain a power to grow cat ears and cat tails. And, we hope that our Goddess continues to grace us with her presences.
This one-episode OVA is a fantastic example on why watching something without knowing the source material can still be good.
Asobi ni Iku yo! Asobi ni Oide is an OVA with a lot going on. It's all centered around a game. This game happens to be of the Earthly variety, and is played by the humans and an unknown alien race called the Catians, which are freaking epic neko girls. They all play the Earth-based game for prizes such as embarrassing DVD's of the girls, figurines, and so on. The plot is very great, and I was never confused one bit.
The art style in this was
great, but was a bit lacking. I wish the game was a little better drawn, and the girls' breasts had better detailing done on them. Other than that, character design and just about everything else look good.
The sound was awesome! The voice acting was top-notch, and each character sounded realistic. Music and sound effects were killer, with smooth, easy listening music, and silly sound effects when the characters do something so wacky.
I had a hard time following the characters, but I think that's because I never saw the original show. I won't reduce too many points, as that's my fault. However, from what I can gather, the humans are normal and the Catians want to play the Earth-style game to see the differences between their games and Earth's games. On top of that, since the Catians are epic catgirls, I think that everything is fine.
I enjoyed this a lot. It had a great plot, a good moral, and a feeling of inspiration that can only be matched by Gurren Lagann.