A new kind of momcom roleplaying adventure! What would you do if you got transported into a video game...with your mom?? That's the dilemma facing high schooler Masato Oosuki, who has been unwittingly thrown into an RPG world with his doting mother close behind as part of a secret government scheme. As an avid gamer, Masato is eager to show off his skills...but that's hard to do when your mom is an insanely overpowered, dual-wielding, multi-target specialist!
Source: Yen Press
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Underwear is Armor. Make Sure It’s High in Defense. Otherwise, My Son Might Die!
Kids Are Kids and Parents Are Parents (but Also Human Beings), and It Takes All Kinds, but They Get Through It Together, Right?
This is a Territory for Children, Filled With Hopes and Dreams. For Children. That's the Important Part!
What a Beautiful Girl... Wait, Not You, Mom. Don't Get Near Me in That Outfit, Stop!
Students are the Protagonists of a School Festival. But People Wearing School Uniforms are Included, Too.
If I Say Nothing, It Won't Be Heard, But If I Say Something, It'll Be a Critical Hit. It Sucks Being a Family.
Whoa, There's a Pressure Plate in a Place Like This. Well, I'm Not Stepping On It. No, I'm Saying I Won't!
The With Mommy Guild Welcomes All! ...Wait, It's a Bunch of Uninvited Guests!
The Courage to Accept Things. A Loving Heart. Also, Full-Body Armor. That’s What a Mother Needs... Wait, Armor?
I Hoped Against Hope the Wish Would Not Be Granted. But It Totally Was.
When Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? was originally announced, it sounded like it could have potential to be something off-key, but refreshing as well. That ended up not being the case. It's your typical, mundane Isekai anime except with an overpowered, slightly oblivious MILF with Huge Breasts, Mamako Oosuki, as the main protagonist. Story: 2/10 Our epic tale begins with Masato filling out a rather strange survey, asking questions about himself and his relationship with his mother. Shortly afterwards a game distributor, Shirase, of a unique online MMMMMORPG offers to take Mamako and her son, Masato, into the game world itself and to cooperatively play together as mother and son. So begins the basis of the anime; mothers and children play alongside each other in the hopes of developing stronger relationships with each other. What ends up happening far too often!? Lots of Ecchi with both the sexualization of mothers and some of the relationships they have with their children. It's gross. That's all I can say. When you have a mother shouting out things like "Mommy's wearing a thong today" or "Oh, you can't join a mommy and her son in the bath? Guess you can't be my daughter after all...," then there's going to be some issues and potential for concern. Personally, I found it distasteful, disgusting, and unnecessary, regardless if the characters are somewhat self-aware of themselves and the storyline. The anime is rife with mom puns, which can get old quickly. Some examples include: A - Masato's mom (Mamako Oosuki), B - MMMMMORPG (Mom's Massively Maternal Multiplayer Making-up-with Offspring Role Playing Game), C - Game's setting (Kingdom of Mommalia), and D - Currency (Mam). These running jokes are only funny for so long. Animation: 4/10 For an anime, both the art and animation are below average. For the J.C. Staff studio, it's horrible. The characters are too simple and bland looking with no originality, especially for a supposed isekai video gaming world. The same can be said about the background images as well. The overall color scheme used for both is unimpressive most of the time. Sound: 5/10 The music of the OP gets annoying after the first couple of episodes. The ED music is forgettable. The music and sound effects during the episodes are acceptable. They don't impress but they are noticeable, usually. Characters: 4/10 They are a varied bunch, but not in a very positive way. Masato starts off as a selfish, self-absorbed brat for a son who treats his mother poorly. Thank goodness he slowly but eventually improves little by little. Wise is an accident prone, Hot-Headed sage. Porter is a younger, lolita type who is cute and innocent. Lastly, Medy rounds out the main party. She's a semi-sadistic, bipolar personality that is easily both likeable and unlikeable. The saving grace for not only the cast of characters, but the anime itself!? Masato's mom, Mamako, is one of the surprisingly better characters in this anime, despite some of the disturbing things she says in earlier episodes, and especially for a Parody anime such as this is in general. She's an Eternal Optimist who always puts her son and the hearts of the other mother-child relationships first and foremost. That aspect of her character is a pleasant welcome and is somewhat refreshing. Overall: 17/50 Behind the trope loaded, rather disturbing MILF complex that Masato has for his mother, there is some actual heart to the anime. Mamako is an endearing mother who is hard not to like, and not because of her physical attributes either; although, they are indeed splendid. Sadly however, there are so many other issues with it that she and her heart-felt moments cannot possibly hope to save this anime from being the sometimes too disgusting, unrecommendable rubbish that it is. I expect much better from J.C. Staff. Entertainment Score: 5/10 Achievement Score: -3 to Overall My expectations were Low, and it delivered Slightly Below those expectations. Age Rating: TV-14+ (Distasteful Ecchi and sexual innuendo) Additional Information: Video Format: HD Streaming Audio Format: Japanese with English subtitles Publisher: Crunchyroll Equipment Used: Acer AN515-53-55G9 Nitro 5 Laptop
I absolutely despise this anime. That runty lil' bitch (the main character) treats his Mum like dirt even though she's legit so nice to him, and the Mum doesn't do jack shit about it except pout or cry as if she doesn't have the right to beat the absolute shit out of his ungrateful arse. I'm just a lowly teenager who would be downright murdered if I so much as breath angrily around my Mum... BUT I'd rather jump off a cliff, break every damn bone in my body, STILL survive, and be forced to watch Boku no Pico for the rest of my life than say anything remotely as offensive as what that prick says to his Mum. I'm sorry to the creators of this anime for insulting their hard work, BUT it's just a big fat NO from me. Of course, everyone has a right to their own opinion, so whether this floats your boat or not is up to you, but the blatant disrespect towards the MC's Mum is just too much (it may be for the sake of the anime, but no - just no). You may think I'm taking the anime too seriously, but treating hard-working Mothers like shit isn't a nice thing to watch. ...great animation though.
This is yet another Anime with an interesting premise and a promising pilot episode that progressively devolves into nonsense and aimless pseudo-plot until ultimately ending with a dissatisfying non-resolution. This one carries the added annoyance factor that everything in it seems to be some contrived 'life lesson' about loving your mother despite seeming to do everything in its power to make you hate the mother characters. Story: A mother and son are pulled into a beta test of a virtual game world under the pretense that it will strengthen relationships between mothers and their children. The MC has aspiring hopes of becoming a renowned hero, but said hopes are immediately dashed when, at the 'character creation'-like portion of the game, he is granted mediocre powers, whereas his mother is granted near-omnipotence. It's a cute sequence that leads the viewer to hoping that perhaps there will be some level of relationship-building involved and that the MC will eventually gain his Hero status with the help of his mother, but unfortunately the story takes a sharp turn into preachy life-lesson territory. Every single plot that they partake in after their initial introduction to the game world ends up revolving around some other mother-child relationship that's even worse than theirs, and they overcome these problems through some plot BS that barely makes any sense. No heroics, no fanfare, no genuine adventure - just relationship issues presented through the guise of adventure tropes. Even worse is that generally as soon as the other family's relationship is "healed", the mom logs out immediately and the child stays in the game world, rendering the resolution meaningless and hollow. Animation: Pretty good, actually. Nothing to complain about here - everything flows properly and is pleasing to the eye. Sound: Similar to the animation, everything is completely satisfactory and moderately above-par. That said, none of the OST is memorable in any way. Other than the opening sequence you could play an OST song for me and I probably wouldn't even recognize it. Characters: Just as poorly written as the story itself. The MC's mother is an airheaded idiot who at times seems like she might redeem herself through sheer kindness and well-meaning, but ultimately stays firmly in the realm of frustratingly simple-minded. The MC himself constantly complains about everything even when they actually go to genuinely adventurous places, and even after he manages to build up some kind of Harem he distances himself from them constantly out of spite. You have a textbook-average Tsundere character in the form of Wise the spellcaster. You have the stereotypical "beautiful girl who seems nice on the surface but is actually edgy and mean". The only redeemable character in it is Porta, the adorable and spunky item-carrier girl, who was lucky enough to be given an underage role so there was no chance at her becoming anything but the bubbly mascot. Overall: The premise sounded great, and the pilot episode pulled me in with promises of adventure and grandeur with undertones of humorous mother-son relationship struggles. It then proceeded to crap all over my expectations by making the characters never grow, and by making everything out to be some kind of moral-of-the-story BS that doesn't even make any sense by the world's own standards.
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