How do I sigh with a blog post? *Sigh*. Ah, f it. The first chapter in, and it’s a horrible first impression. Watching it again did reveal things that I personally liked more than the first time, such as Daichi and Rintaro. But it didn’t change my mind on its horrible writing. A combination of poorly executed characters, a slew of awful dialogue, and the worst example of worldbuilding. This first chapter was dogsh!t. Some dogsh!t that may have some nice-looking frosting in it, but dogsh!t nonetheless.
And now to watch the rest for this long ass review. Next time, we’re taking a bit of a detour from the main show to talk about the 20 minute movie that becomes more relevant in the 3rd chapter. Let me know down below in the comments what you thought of Saber if you already watched, or let me know if I’m right or wrong about my analysis. My god, it took me this long to finally put in this plug. I’m terrible. Anyway, see next time.
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