Akito Himenokouji and his twin sister Akiko are close - in fact, maybe a little too close for Akito’s comfort, as his sister has an unrestrained brother complex! Though her brother doesn’t take her lustful feelings seriously, Akiko is determined to set the record straight with the other ladies around him, including the three other beauties that live in his dorm and want the boy for themselves. Every morning, noon and night, the girl continues her mission to cross the line with Akito, and she won’t let any girl or sense or morality get in her way - for as long as there’s love, it doesn’t matter if he’s her brother!
Straight from my blog!!! ***This review may contain information that might be regarded as mild spoilers*** Well now there are many ways to approach this anime review. I could review it based solely on the anime or I could compare it to the light novel and inform you what was lost in the “translation”. For the sake of giving the anime a fair shot, I will score it based only on the anime itself but I will be injecting notes on what the anime could have done better in comparison to the light novel. Story: 4/10 So the anime does a pretty piss poor job of explaining what is going on and keeping your feelings invested towards the characters. The plot is essentially a reuniting of Akito and his sister Akiko after a long separation. They end up living in the same house along with the student council at their high school and the usually boy x girl events happen. The anime unfortunately comes across as a generic harem while the light novel feels more like a serious drama. The anime has all the typical harem scenes that we have experienced in the past; the shower scene, the mall scene, ext. I hate to say it but the anime really looks and feels as if it was put together very half-hazardly and was trying to ride on the success of the light novel. Please understand that this is NOT a faithful adaptation of the light novel. Animation 6/10 The animation is somewhat a mixed bag; it looks great in some scenes but the overall quality is somewhat lower than what I would expect from a 2012 anime. The characters are visually appealing but the show lacks a certain visual aspect that sets itself apart from all the other anime. This lighting is not done very well, you see many instances where proportions do not really match up, ext. The animation just comes off as generic for eighty percent of the time. Sound: 7/10 The only redeeming quality for this anime in the sound department are the voice actors’ performances. Each character’s voice actor did a superb job injecting their feelings into their characters. Anastasia has a cold, monotone personality that is expressed well by her voice actor. Even the annoying but too cute Akiko’s voice actor did an amazing job making Akiko a loved and disliked character. Other than the voice acting though the anime falls pretty low on the bar as far as sound goes. The background music is forgettable and generic but the intro and ending songs are quite catchy. Characters: 7/10 The cast of this anime work very well with each other even if most of them are forgettable. Akito, Akiko, and Anastasia were for me the stars of the show. Akito’s strong will and intellect, Akiko’s annoying but super cute personality, and Anastasia’s cold and cool attitude created so many funny and unique scenes throughout the entire anime. My personal favorite character was Anastasia because even though her personality withheld most of her true feelings from everyone else, it was easy to always tell what was on her mind. Also her interactions with Akito were the most fun to watch. The other characters however were either boring or just not appealing. I especially found Arashi just out of place and a bother to the whole chemistry of the group. The young house leader was also quite annoying and off putting. Overall the main three characters really helps make the show shine but a couple others bring it back down. Overall: 6/10 Overall the anime adaptation of Onii-chan Dakedo Ai Sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne (what a mouthful) is just generic. After reading some of the light novel a couple months before the airing of the anime, I was very excited to see the brother sister romance issue unfold with the student council. What unfortunately occurred here was taking a great drama with very thought provoking and witty conversations and turning it into another generic and barely passable harem anime. I advise that you steer clear from the anime and just read the light novel. It is much better than the anime and it will have you craving for more. Enjoyment: 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
A really funny ecchi series with many incest jokes. The first few episodes are the best and after that it gets a little stale, but it is still good.
Based off memory. Also, spoilers. (Mature language possible) Welcome to one of the many incest shows. Today I'll be showing you it is wincest- or, well, it could be. Onii-chan Dakedo Ai Sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne! or more simply, OniAi, is this harem/incest show that's story revolves around a girl who moved in with her brother in a dormitory type house with other girls. The other girls fight over him- she tries to seduce him. He always avoids her seducing. Nice. It is later found out that the brother isn't her actual brother; he just wants to keep it like that so the girl has someone to lean on. A good step-brother and a twist I could see coming. Lol. Average animation. I do not personally like the soundtrack. The characters were... interesting. Cute sister turns out to want the D real bad. Guy is having none of it. Red headed girl goes commando often. The others... I don't remember. But still, quite the intruiging characters.
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