In case Yuuta’s hands weren’t full enough with his delusional girlfriend, Rikka, the arrival of a former friend claiming to be his soul mate is about to take Yuta's crazy life to a whole new level!
Warning this review may contain spoilers- So this review is for the second series of Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!, I know it is a bit weird for me to do a second series review before the first but this is just me being akward, a small talent of mine. So lets start this, the storyline was detailed but still was light and a bit of fun in a way, there were clear emotional moments which were developed over this series as well as Rikka's and Yuuta's relationship. However these emotional moments were small but still had quite heartwarming moments. To me the style of animation is perfect there was nothing wrong with the character design or the scenery, the detail was amazing. The music was quite good both the opening and ending were quite catching however not as catchy as the first series. The voice actors were great and they did their job well representing each character >_< Even though there was story development the characters are still left as they finished in the last series except with the new characters. I like how they kept their personalities though, from start to finish each character was different and this to me was really good. Overall I gave it quite a good score due to the reasons mentioned. If you haven't watched this anime, you should but of course start with the first series. ~AngelBeatsYui~
This is an improvement over the first season by a noticeable amount, not life-altering though. Basically, this is leaning more towards what you expected in season 1. The romance aspect is a lot more present, and the driving force behind a fair amount of screen-time, in one form or another. Every component has improved, from characters, to storyline. The stronger focus on the romance concept fits well, there is one new character tossed into the lober mix to make things interesting. On top of that, they clearly gave Kumi more of an identity in a cute way. The ending might frustrate some, but it does fit the characters. The exagerated combat scenes are better done and have a bit more flash. The roleplay is more balanced this season, so it does not overpower a sense of reality. All this is great, but at times it still felt boring and a bit of a chore to watch. Nontheless, Rikka is a pretty interesting character, and with some reasonable likeable supporting character, makes the watch interesting, not the best, but decent. Other than that, there isn't much to say, the formula is the same as the first season, just better. If you liked Season 1, this season is better. If you didn't like Season 1 that much, give this season a try anyway, as you may find it more interesting and what you hoped for. Review of Season 1 ; Scored 5.5
This one is a decent continuation of the previous season. The show's visuals remain very appealing. The music isn't as good, but this season doesn't overuse it's best tracks. So it gets the same score in sound. The characters are expanded upon from the previous season, but there is a new character that was added as an excuse to just have more material, and she is kinda annoying. So while the original characters improve a bit, I still have to give it the same character score. The story suffers from that new character even though they expand on the coming of age angle of the show. So it will keep a score of 5. If you liked the first season, watch this one. If you didn't like it or just thought it was okay, then maybe skip this one.
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