Nov 15, 2017
failthrowaway (All reviews)
Mindless enjoyment, that is enhanced through a working knowledge of pop culture (both american and japanese)

I found this second season to fall back on many of the more common harem/ecchi tropes, but still enjoyed it. Characters have been established, and there is little development to be had. This isn't that kind of anime.

The really key point to this review, though is Nyaruko-san herself. Never have I been more irritated by a character, yet wanted that character to succeed in winning the hapless/gutless/herbivore MC's heart. I had to pause episodes I was so bothered by Nyrauko, yet I still found myself rooting for her.

Absolutely worth watching if you liked the first season, and if you haven't seen the first season then I would recommend that too.