Robotics;Notes Episode 22 Discussion
Mar 2, 2016 1:54 AM
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I got to say it, that mecha fight was amazing. Well done 2D animation, not as those 3DCGI mechas we have today...
It was good, but the episode felt rushed somehow.
I give this a 8/10. Great animation, good story, nice music, and I ended up enjoying these 22 episodes. Yes, it has some plot holes, some things felt rushed but, as a whole it was a nice anime.
Regarding the ending, it was really sweet seeing that Kai gave his dream another chance and became an astronaut and Aki finally constructed a legit and awesome version of GUNVARREL.
PD: Never said it but GUNVARREL design is pretty badass.
I don't understand why the whole Frau arc was dropped and Aki had to be the one Kai was with, it seemed really forced.
I know right? I mean, I didn't ship anyone in this anime, I would have been fine if anyone ended with anyone but I kinda liked all the development given to Aki and Frau till episode 14 when it was suddenly dropped. It was like:
01 < --- Kai x Frau development --- > 14 (Kiss) - 15 <-Kai and Frau development dropped -> 18 <-- Kai x Aki development --> 21 (Ship Sails) 22 (End)
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I don't see why viewers compare this to steins gate. Robotic Note's is a decent anime and I liked it. I was hoping there be more romance moments between Akiho and Kaito 7/10
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Dirty_Four_Eyes said:I'm not comparing it to Steins;Gate or Chaos;Head, but it's definitely lackluster at best. It had some good moments hither and thither but overall it was a mediocre attempt at being a great anime with a solid story. The ending is totally un-cool if you ask me.
I really don't get al the hate.. Imo, this was a great anime! 8/10!
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Sep 2, 2017 11:38 AM
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Is there any information about Frau's mother? It's been 4 years.
It all begins with the Visual Rebuilding Technology of the Victor Condria University. Originally for its name's sake, the project was to help the blind to see by injecting neuro pulse converted from data directly into the brain through the eyes. The Tavistock Institute, a subordinate of the Committee, stole the said technology, and instructed the Japanese NOZOMI Company to develop a brainwashing device - Noah. Basically, it works similiar to the VR, directly injects artificial information into one's brain with electromagnetic radiation to generate "real" illusions, in the extreme case brainwashing by completely overwriting your memory. Norose, the then president of NOZOMI, had his own scheme against the Committee's will, but that's another story so I won't cover it here(Chaos;Head). In the end, the Noah II was destroyed, most research data and the God Equation that gave it its reality warping property is lost forever. However, Kimijima managed to aquire what was left of the project, and incorporated it into Project Atum, thus the SS Anemone Incident and the Noah IV. But Kimijima mainly uses it for its mess illusion inducing effect. He brainwashes others with lies and suggestions - he's a monster in the field of psychology. Like Okabe before him, Kimijima has deceived the world. The difference is that it's for his own mad deed.
A side note. Kimijima's AI and memory uploading technology are also originated from the VR. You know, the process of extracting and coverting one's memory into data developed by Kurisu in Steins;Gate.
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Really good ending. A bit abrupt. And like the last few episodes a bit rushed. But I still loved it. I liked how it gave everyone remotely important a role in the final confrontation. I liked the fake out of the Wyvern breaking down into a smaller and faster robot. I loved Kai having to go dark for a few minutes to reboot and load the deus ex programina. And I loved Aki risking life and limb to help Kai. Riding out to face Misa on her scooter. On the off chance she could briefly regain control when seeing her little sister's life at risk. Those crazy kids.
I liked the very end too. I sort of wanted to see Aki and Kai together and relationshipy after the fact. But even though I'd kind of forgotten Kai wanted to be an astronaut originally. I got some little warm fuzzies at the very end. Part of me thinks this ended a little too cleanly and nice. Neither Kai nor Misa had to die to save the day. The only one who died was the bad guys uploaded AI personality. But when I think about it Steins;gate had a pretty feel good ending too. It just didn't feel that way because we also saw the dark ending where everything did not turn out OK. What with the time travel and all.
I liked this series. I was compelled by its characters. I especially loved all of the Robotics Club dorks (of course). It had a gripping plot even if it was a little silly and under explained in a few places. It may have benefited from being about 25 episodes. Could have paced it better and explained more. But as is I give it a solid 8/10. I was hooked, I was moved and I was even creeped the fuck out in a few places. The "kogame kogame" stuff was honestly super spooky. Sort of sad it's over. Want to play the VN now if they ever release it state side.
Thanks for your post SubscriberSun, appreciated that review to remind me of the things I loved about this anime. I struggled with the last episode cause while it was good, it covered stuff off, I could tell I was going to be left yearning many things! Turned to the forums for solace LOL ;-)
It didn't finish very stong, and I think it's possibly because of the content they had to fit into too few episodes, just couldn't do justice to the rich storyline and charachters already built.
Having said, you reminded to think back to what I did love, and there's still so much of it.
I mean, Frau.. 'you REAL LIFERS!'... GOLD!
Also receiving Misa back from Kimijima's hold, and her thanking Aki, in her right mind. I feel toward the end of the series we began to want to know Misa, but never did, which is a parallel to what Akiho was feeling after seven long years. I thought this feeling was apt (in contrast to lack of development of Mizuka's character, who though I wanted to mourn her I just couldn't as we never really knew her).
I remember more than a few nights lying awake for hours just caught up with the beautiful characters and their interactions; as well as plotting out what's going to happen, whose on our side, and how crazy some of those future tech concepts are.
So sum-up before I end up writing a memoir.. last episode sunk my heart a bit (though I wanted to stay strong..), but I think back on what I loved through the series and feel enriched by it.
Thanks Mages team and Production I.G. :-)
PS. I still maintain they should have captured and put Kimijima into a pacman game so he could run to save his bytes haha ;-)
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