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Qualidea Code

Sep 19, 2023

Qualidea Code - A Mediocre Battle Anime

Story (4/10): "Qualidea Code" presented an interesting premise with humanity facing an alien threat and teenagers developing unique powers to combat it. However, the execution left much to be desired. The story lacked depth and felt rushed, with many plot points left unexplained. Character development was minimal, and the pacing often left me bewildered, as crucial details were glossed over. It had potential, but the narrative failed to live up to it.

Animation (6/10): The animation quality in "Qualidea Code" was decent. The action scenes were well-choreographed, and the character designs were visually appealing. However, there were moments of inconsistency, and some battle sequences lacked the fluidity and impact that would have made them truly engaging.

Sound (5/10): The sound in "Qualidea Code" was serviceable but unremarkable. The voice acting was competent, but it didn't elevate the characters or their emotional struggles. The background music was forgettable and failed to enhance the overall atmosphere.

Characters (4/10): The characters in "Qualidea Code" had potential, but they felt one-dimensional and lacked depth. While each protagonist possessed unique abilities, their personalities and motivations were underdeveloped. It was challenging to connect with or root for them due to their limited growth and interactions.

Overall (5/10): "Qualidea Code" falls into the category of forgettable battle anime. While it introduces an intriguing premise and has moments of enjoyable action, it ultimately fails to deliver a compelling narrative and well-developed characters. The rushed storytelling and lack of world-building left me wanting more. It's watchable if you're a fan of the genre and looking for something to pass the time, but it won't leave a lasting impression.

Regarding the manga/novel comparison, "Qualidea Code" was originally conceived as a multimedia project, including novels, manga adaptations, and an anime. The source material, particularly the novels, might offer more in-depth exploration of the story and characters, but the anime, unfortunately, doesn't do justice to the potential of the concept.

4/10 story
6/10 animation
5/10 sound
4/10 characters
5/10 overall
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