Date a Live II

TV (10 eps)
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Shido Itsuka, who used to be a normal high school student at Raizen High, meets the first Spirit, Tohka, and awakens his power to “seal the Spirit's power”. Though they may be feared and hated beings due to their immense power, Spirits were always alone and knew only combat and death. Shido, the only one in the world with the power to seal the Spirits' might, hurls himself into life-threatening dates with the beautiful Spirits in order to save them.

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Daily Life

Episode 1

Daily Life

Hurricane Children

Episode 2

Hurricane Children

Two Requests

Episode 3

Two Requests

Manifestation

Episode 4

Manifestation

Girls' Music

Episode 6

Girls' Music

Gabriel

Episode 7

Gabriel

The Promise to Keep

Episode 8

The Promise to Keep

The Truth About Miku

Episode 9

The Truth About Miku

Inversion

Episode 10

Inversion

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RingoStarr1991
4.6

***THIS IS A SPOILER FREE REVIEW*** If you somehow find this show appealing to watch, I recommend you watch the first season before taking this one on. Ok. *Takes a deep breath* Let's get this over with. Because of money, a new season of Date a Live is here and well if you were expecting more character development from the previous season's characters then well be prepared to be very, very disappointed. Story: 4/10 It's the same as the first season plot wise; mythical creature taming stud Shido has to go seal the powers of new female characters for the love of "plot". I cannot believe I am saying this...but I actually think that the first season did a better job with the pacing of the arcs than this new season. This season in my opinion had a lot of "dead" spots where I just didn't give any sh$%s for what was going on. And what the f$#^ leaving out some of the original characters almost entirely? Yoshino is pretty much sidelined and the only decent character Kurumi isn't utilized until the very end. All this season accomplished was putting new bait under Shido's belt and unfortunately I really did not like any of the new characters. Animation: 6.5/10 Looks pretty much the same as last time. It actually might have look better during some scenes but it really didn't wow me because it was obvious that they put the real mustard of effort during the ecchi scenes. It's a real shame because some of the fight scenes actually looked pretty decent. Sound: 5/10 Average. Characters: 3/10  The newly added characters connected with me as much as a human's a$$ and a cactus. None of them seemed likeable and were actually quite annoying to watch. The decent ones from last season like I said before were pretty much sidelined and very under-utilized. Since this is a character driven harem show, if you do not end up liking the cast, it's going to be a sh#@ show. Overall: 4.6/10 Say what you want, "Oh you just hate the IP so much that you are not being unbiased in your review." If you think you are correct then by all means leave a comment below. I hoped that we would see more character development for the previous season's characters but nope a totally new fresh cast was handed the baton and they fumbled big time. I can only recommend this show if you were a fan of the first season. Enjoyment: 2.5/10 Thanks for reading my review! If you liked my writing style, would like to see some other reviews, or just want to talk, please stop by my page! Sincerely, Awesome Drummer

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