Wealthy heiress Katarina Claes is hit in the head with a rock and recovers the memories of her past life. It turns out the world she lives in is the world of the game Fortune Lover, an otome game she was obsessed with in her past life... but she's been cast as the villain character who tries to foil the protagonist's romances! The best ending the game has for Katarina is exile, and the worst, death! She'll have to find a way to avoid triggering the flags of doom, and make her own happy future! The misunderstanding-based screwball love comedy now begins!
I Recalled the Memories of My Past Life...
A Prince Challenged Me to a Fight...
Met a Beautiful Brother and Sister...
I Enrolled in the Magic Academy...
I Visited the Heroine's Parents' House...
I Had Fun Over Summer Vacation...
Will he come at me as well?
I Became Engulfed by Desire...
Things Got Crazy at a Slumber Party...
The Moment of My Doom Arrived... Part 1
The Moment of My Doom Arrived... Part 2
The Final Event Has Begun...
The manga this is based on is one of my aboslute favorites, and I was very much looking forward to the anime. For the first six episodes it was awesome, and I loved the little additions they made, showing certain things from other characters' point of view, adding the the overall story. Then, unfortunately, episode 6 came out. It had absolutely nothing to do with the manga, the humor that made the manga and the anime (up to that point) so enjoyable was gone, and it actually detracted from the story. It made absolutely no sense whatsoever. I was hoping they'd pull their heads out of their fourth-point-of-contact and go back to the real story with episoce 8, but again, it had nothing to do with the manga. Why do animation studios do this? There was more than enough in the manga for a full season, and the story was so, so much better than the nonsensical crap they put into those two episodes. Why insult the author of the light novel/mangaka by changing it? This happens way too often. These changes ruin the stories, and overshadows the good character development and animation. (Thus the low overall score.)
So I've only watched 8 episodes so this isn't a full review. However even though I'm almost done, I decided to drop it. Why? Well let's unpack this box although the premise of the show is a sort of unique idea, at its core it is still a fantasy isekai harem romance. the first 4/5 episodes kept me interested but 6-8 went super heavy into the cliche school setting. To be fair if you really enjoy the typical anime romance cliches and story settings then watch it. BUT if you are getting tired of the same old then don't watch it. especially since shows such as oresuki, love is war, wotakoi and this season "sings yesterday for me" are way better examples of romance genres done well the animation, the story, and the sound are all very average and do nothing to excite. Some of the characters are decent but 80% are the pick your never changing emotions/ characteristics romance partner and that is why the show is so stale. characters are what drive these shows and these characters have as much depth as driftwood in the ocean. I recommend do not watch
So far this anime is staying pretty faithful to the storyline. It's a comedy-romance with a bunch of attractive characters so you'll probably find a favorite very quickly. It's pretty interesting to see just how she obliviously earns all of their favor and how she avoids a bad ending as the villainess. There won't be any "real" villains here since its really just a nice and cute anime.
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