Alt title: Seisen Cerberus: Ryuukoku no Fatalite

TV (13 eps)
2.805 out of 5 from 3,112 votes
Rank #15,808

Sword and magic rule in the continent of Kuna'ahn. Also residing there is the feared "Evil Dragon" Daganzord, an unstoppable force that leaves nothing but scorched land and destruction wherever he goes. Hiiro's parents, Bairo and Kismitete, joined other sorcerers in a magic ritual ten years ago in an attempt to seal Daganzord, but failed when someone interfered. After being rescued by Giruu, young Hiiro set out to learn swordsmanship so that he could avenge his parents...

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Let's start this review off on a high note! Let's start by complimenting the good things this series has to offer! *absolute silence* No, really ... there's got to be something good right? *Crickets chirping* Come on people, you know you can think of something! * ................................ * Can't you? -_-" *Clears throat* Well ... the animation and the OST were actually fairly good. See. There was something nice to say about the series! However ... that was all that was good about this series. Seriously. That. Was. It. Seisen Cerberus is another game to anime adaptation. -_-" Yes, another one. Japan has yet to learn it's lesson. Game to anime adaptations are very rarely well done. I can count the number of decent adaptations on one hand. That's it. The rest I've seen have been crap. Like this. And yet, Japan continues to try to ride a dead horse, actually expecting it to get them somewhere. In the case of Seisen Cerberus the horse was nothing more than a rotting corpse that had been decaying in the summer sun, it's rancid maggot infested remains permeating a five mile radius with a stench quite unlike any other. It's the stuff of nightmares! Frankly, this series has one of the most annoying MC's in existance. He repeatedly jumps into battles and gets his ass handed to him and yet ... when he should learn from that and think 'I definitely need more training 'cause I suck, and am weak,' he instead thinks he's somehow miraculously going to power up from the last time his ass was handed to him. It's maddening! In addition to Hiiro's horrific existance is the appallingly lax plot which is not only spotty as hell but is an immense mess of epic proportions that immediately spirals down in flames into a deep dark abyss with seemingly no end in sight. This series is horrifying in it's atrocity! If I hadn't promised myself not to drop anything from the spring season I definitely would have dropped this garbage and run screaming in the opposite direction without a single look back and without a shred of regret. Unfortunately, because I did promise not to drop anything I stuck myself with this shit. So don't fall into the same trap. Say no to this series before even starting it. Avoid this series like the plague. Just. Say. NO!

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