Sakaido was a famous and very talented detective until the day his daughter was killed, and he committed revenge! Now in jail, he uses his skills to help the police find criminals of cold-blooded crimes through a system that allows him to invade a criminal’s “ID.” But he’ll soon find clues that bring back his daughter’s case!
I had to spend some time, in the beginning, to get used to this series term, the well and everything else, it's quite complicated in the beginning but the more you watched the more you want to see more and want to know what's going to happen with the brilliant detectives Let's talk about Sakaido, apart from having the voice actor of one of my favorite male voice actors, his character was really interesting, he completely changed from a policeman to a serial killer, but a different one since he only kills other serial killers, or make them do suicide. His past and how his daughter and wife got killed makes you really empathetic about how he turns out, I even was with his side to kill those horrible murders. Overall, I really enjoy this anime, although there was a simple animation that I didn't quite like, however, the story and the character, even the bad one, were all interesting especially with the backstories of the serial killers and how could they go into their minds. I wonder if it was this in real life and how would it be helpful to catch murderers.
It took me a while to get into this series, but it was definitely worth it. Generally I am not interested in mystery focused story lines, which is why the first few episodes didn't catch my interest as much. At first, it appeared to simply be investigating serial killer mysteries, but then the story became deeper, going into the association and the investigators themselves. It was interesting to me because it explores the different possibilities for what the unconcious is for the many different killers and how they became murderers. If not for Fukuda, I probably would have given the series a 5 or 6, but after a significant plot change halfway through, I had a change of heart. Originally when I met this serial killer, I thought he was creepy, strange, and did not care for his life at all. However, once learning more about him and his past, I found that he was more a victim of his life occurances and didn't want to become a murderer. After this, I found myself moved, and got a punch to the feels in the end. Because of this connection and character, my overall rating for the series and rating for characters was increased. He was honestly one of my favorite things about this show. I also really enjoyed the music. It was well utilized during action and I enjoyed the opening and ending themes. I would recommend this series. I think it will be especially enjoyable for people who like to watch mysteries and for people who find exploring the mind and unconcious interesting. It definitely has some blood and situations where people are murdered, which could make people uncomfortable. It is a show that makes you think and will keep you interested until the end. After the final episode, I felt satisfied and didn't have any unanswered questions. The story was concluded nicely and it gave a look into the future of what these characters will do, without opening new doors that would leave me unsettled. I couldn't have asked for anything more from the conclusion of this series. My main criticism was that sometimes I had trouble understanding what was going on procedurally to solve the mysteries, but this did not interfer with my appreciation of the story. ID: INVADED is a rollercoaster of a time, but it was very enjoyable!
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