Requiem Street, where evil spirits are attracted to in order to destroy them. A place where spirits and humans co-exist, not all humans can enter Requiem Street. Only those Rare-Soul Users with Guardian Spirits can enter. Xia Ling was just a normal university intern, but a meeting by chance changes her ordinary life... In this world full of evil spirits, can you cooperate with your guardian spirit in order to survive?
This was an interesting anime, to say the least. It starts off very slow, luring you into a sense of complacency by trying to look generic, but as the episodes tick by, you soon realize something is very wrong. The past and future are reeled together in a rather awkward manner through the short episodes, but they reveal just as much as they need to push the plot along. The twists at the end were incredibly obvious when I think back about it... but still, they broadsided me when they finally reached the light. I might actually look up the Manga of this. The story and characters are what really made this Anime work. The audio was kind of repetitive, but then again most Anime try to have a theme.The visuals were acceptable, but clearly obvious when they switch between 2D and 3D animation.
I don't normall review an anime that I've dropped after the first episode, but this one had no others, so I figured I'd do it. Rahshasa street sufferes the problem that it doesn'te offer anything new. Its got a girl that is learning about the new magic turning up in her life, and the protagonist hero showing that he's always had it. Nothing new to see here. watch the animes that do the same shit, but are rated as good animus. That being said, the voice of the lead girl is really sexeh. If you want sexeh lead girl, she's the one
There are no custom lists yet for this series.