Kazuma Satou is a shut-in who loves game, his life ended suddenly... Appearing before him is a beautiful girl claiming to be a goddess. Kazuma, who was transported to a different world, worked hard to earn a living! Kazuma wanted to live a stable life, but was burdened with problems caused by the goddess he brought along to the different world with him. He was even targeted by the demon king's army?! (Source: Baka-Tsuki)
While I don't have much of an idea about the director, the guy whose doing the series composition seems to have a fair few good titles under his belt. But since it's DEEN and a LN adaption, it might be best to tread carefully.
My parents always told me to don't judge a book by its cover. So I'm just going to wait until this series is out before I jump to conclusion. Hell, this series may just have the most original plot ever. The cover makes this anime look like another generic LN adaption, but again..... I won't judge this series just by its cover.
Even the Synopsis may just be a trick to try and woah! Us when the actual plot is reveal.
From what I understand, this is mostly comedy oriented. If that's the case, the cliché setting is probably mostly for comedic purpose, as well.
There is no ecchi and harem tag on mal, although mal tag aren't especially the most trustworthy information source in the world.
This could actually gives something nice.
After reading the first chapter (manga) I guess it's something like Outbreak Company, if thats correct I'm all in favour of it and hope I enjoy it as much.
Looking for the tags both Mal and Mangafox don't have any Ecchi and Harem tag but Baka-Updates tagged both of them.
My first impression though is that both elements are rather used to make fun of instead of delivering fanservice (Manga art is rather simple and the first chapter didn't have any fanservice).