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Apr 12, 2018
In a part of the medium of anime where school settings are common, Yuru Camp decides to take us to the outdoors, and provides us with a fresh, more rare setting to indulge ourselves in.

A large part of the appeal of Yuru Camp to me and many others is how the activities being shown can all be attempted in real life. This not only leads more people to try outdoor activities, but it allows people like me to relate to the time we spend outdoors. In my case, after many years of camping, hiking, backpacking, and hunting in Oregon, this show brings back memories of read more
Feb 27, 2018
This music video is a pretty typical livetune song and animation. However, the use of glitchy effects, abstract backgrounds, polygons, clean colors and particle effects turn this video into a pretty neat display of animation effects. The panning and movement is exciting and fluid as well. You can tell a lot of work has been put into those animations.

It does lack in some departments though. The song isn't too spectacular, it doesn't really tell any story, and there lacks some detail with Miku's model.

This MV is well worth the 4 minutes if you are a vocaloid enthusiast.

Story: 4/10
Art: 8/10
Sound 7/10
Character: 7/10
Enjoyment/Overall: 7/10