Big order for my opinion was very disappointing. I must say that I'm not a fan of the type of stories, although Mirai Niki was a hit for many people, for me it was very disappointing in many ways. In this anime there is not much difference, although the essential elements of the plot were slightly altered, the main characteristics of the characters remain the same, with all the same mistakes and problems.
In addition to the lack of originality, I must also say that it is very predictable, the personalities are also quite generic and do not help to give complexity to the story.
Personally I think the author did not want to take risks by revolutionizing the story, which was a serious mistake, because it ended with the typical problems of a current anime.
This series seems interesting at first but has the error of falling into the harem manga muletillas instead of focusing on a single relationship and then tackling the mystery of the Big Order world that was much more effective in the infamous romantic Mirai Nikki.
The initial episodes are undoubtedly the most interesting of the anime, but once you move you get into the genre of the harem, cheap romance and you no longer leave the pit when you try to make a story that is too conventional with characters recycled from other sleeves Of the same author.
There are two flaws in the story, the first one that Rin falls in love with Eiji, which takes a lot of interest in the relationship of protononists and that the motivations of the characters are tied to the structure of Mirai Nikki, which gives you an idea Of the end.
I can only say that it is the type of series that the most demanding have already seen many times.
In my opinion the OVA is kind of confusing without watching the rest of the series. Chronologically it's implied to occur after the main series.
It is similar to parallax dream theory. I wrote in 2006 and appeals to the Japanese hard-boiled wonderland type of fiction. Essentially, the mental or metaphysical is a plane that connects all realities, and dreams are when you tap into the experiences of your self from alternate worlds.
In this episode, though Eiji has cleared his world of Orders, other worlds exist where it still works. Certain encounters trigger crossover memories and feelings of deja vu.
There's no real plot to this episode other than to illustrate this point. It is not necessary to watch but adds some complexity to the overall series.
Big Order is a series of Action genres, Shounen, Super Power. His OVA series can be described in simple terms. I'm pretty sure everyone will have the same idea after finishing this OVA: What the *banana* am I watching?
Seriously some random events happen, and some cool looking scenes are being shown. There is no such thing as an overall story connecting scenes. At some point your brain might even start hurting from even trying to understand what is going on in this show.
I still liked it though. I think I may assume this OVA serves as some sort of preview for the upcoming anime. If that is the case they did one thing right: they sure made me curious for a good explanation for what I just watched.
So summarized watch this if you are curious about why the hell I'm so confused or if you want to have a WTF moment for yourself. Anyway enjoy either way.
Big order could be an excellent series but it has elements that only turned it into a disaster.
Recall that the creator of this production is the same as Mirai Nikki and although the story at first has a rather interesting facet and I must say that the story could be quite interesting, but later the plot focuses on the relationship of the main characters of Unreal and silly way.
Other elements such as character design, animation, opening and ending are very good, well animated and well adapted too.
Finally I do not know if I should recommend this anime, because although it may be interesting for some people, the truth is that for me it was not so good, the plot focused on insignificant details that took away the interesting.
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