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Spirits are otherworldly entities with immense power, capable of creating spatial quakes whenever they appear. One way of dealing with them is through brute force and killing them... Or making them fall in love và sealing their powers. Having sealed three Spirits, Shidou Itsuka continues his mission with Ratatoskr in locating more spirits & dating them, khổng lồ ensure the world's safety from further destruction. However, this time around, their problems will not be limited lớn Spirits as a more imposing threat seems to lớn have noticed their activities.


Date A Live II adapts novels 5-7 of Koushi Tachibana's light novel series of the same name. Like with the first season, the Japanese home clip releases have a Director's Cut with many new scenes. However, the English dub by FUNimation Entertainment does not feature these new scenes as they didn't have them in their home đoạn phim releases.
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A series based on dating. Date a Live wastes no time adapting this concept by having Shido Itsuka date various girls/spirits, earn their feelings, và kiss them to lớn seal the deal. As a harem show, you’d expect all the girls drooling over him. While that’s partially right, it also adds additional elements because those so-called girls aren’t actually normal as part of society. Instead, they are spirits, born with supernatural powers who are viewed as a threat to their world. Date a Live II continues directly after the events for season 1. It continues lớn mush around its formulation of dating and turns it into ... Some gimmicky show – dating becoming the solution khổng lồ save the world.Based off the light novels written by Koishi Tachibana, one noticeable attribute lớn this adaption is the shortened length. Rather than a full one cour show (the typical 12-13 episodes), this sequel only focuses on 10 episodes adapting volumes 5-7. The main concern is rush và this should be expected. I confess to myself that the sequel is disappointing when it comes lớn adapting faithful material. The show decides khổng lồ omit various parts khổng lồ get more time for the main actors and actresses. In this case, it’s the spirits. After all, Date a Live II is a stardom for some new characters such as a pair of twins, new AST (Anti-Spirit Team) members, và even a rising idol. The catch is that some of the focus on other character are scrapped to lớn replace their stardom.The sequel is essentially divided into two halves although the first arc has slightly less material than the second. Still, Shidou remains the focus of the show as the bachelor as he tries to lớn save spirits và the world. The first episode has mostly anime original material but this comes off as disappointing. There’s harem antics thrown in your face fused with a whirlwind of misunderstandings. Khổng lồ make matters worse, the show decides to add elements from classic soap operas to appeal khổng lồ these misunderstandings lớn somehow make them more amusing. And this comes out as dishonest as Tohka falls for every single scenario she feasts her eyes on. Neither does the initial mix up show any improvement with other characters as they still want to lớn get into Shido’s pants such as Origami. On the other hand, Shido himself has become more confident. He finds adjustment to his new lifestyle now that Tohka, Yoshino, & Kotori are living together. His relationship with these girls/spirits almost feels lượt thích a family as they give him the same pleasure as he gives them. And while the show is still regarded as a harem, the feelings the characters show are more honest and innocent especially in the case for Tohka.Comedy is indulged in this series with some welcoming aspects. While a lot of it seems repetitive, there are also other more refreshing parts such as a little gender bender not previously seen from season 1. The characters behave the way they should be with various personalities. Origami for instance is still her usual self và tries every single moment lớn get close lớn Shidou using some questionable yet amusing methods. Then, there’s the classic Date a Live gimmick: the multiple choice. While it is featured once again as a strategy to giảm giá with runaway spirits, it has less prominence with some of the questions lacking flavor. Yet, it isn’t really what’s being asked that shows the humor but rather Shido’s way of responding. It flirts with the idea of how Shido pretends to get attention of the spirits while methodically see how they react to lớn them. While it makes its point effectively, it still falls under the wish fulfillment & generic tropes. By this time though, it should probably be something the audience should expect from Date a Live. Emphasis on the date.Director Keitaro Motonaga crafts his ideas from behind the scenes. Known for some of other series in the harem genre such as Akane Iro ni Somaru Saka, Majikoi - Oh! Samurai Girls, and the first season of Date a Live, one might question the direction of this sequel. This can come as a hit or miss especially for fans who are familiar with the material, specifically from the light novels. As mentioned before, the pacing suffers with certain elements omitted whether it would be part of the plot, humorous gags, or even character cameos. But an important factor khổng lồ take notice of is the way characters are depicted. For instance, while the Yamai twins retain their personalities, the focus on them seems lớn be shortened with other characters. Even though Shido is the main protagonist, the subtle relationships he develops with the spirits can feel crude & stereotypical. It doesn’t even attempt lớn hide itself whether it’s be the fan service (such as the classic beach episode) or the seductive poses characters throw into Shido’s face. In essence, Date a Live makes the show looks itself more like a mission, khổng lồ accomplish a purpose & move on. This at least applies lớn most of the supporting characters in the khung of conquests for Shido. It doesn’t necessary develop his character or even express his personification in any ample way. But for someone like Shido, responsibility becomes part of his life. When there’s trouble, he needs to lớn be prepared. While the first arc didn’t give Shido’s impression of this, the latter half sees an improvement with his strategies. He isn’t just more confident but also fights for beyond the scope of the mission. In retrospect, he becomes more mature và takes his job more seriously with even some admiration to lớn see how far he goes when trying to save a friend. After all, the spirits gets stronger và his life becomes more in jeopardy. For the spirits, they offer diversity. We see a sharp contrast in their persona when comparing the first & second half of the story. Shido has khổng lồ respond accordingly và think outside the box in order khổng lồ prevail. He does get a little bit of help though from an unlikely ally, and one that fans adore from the first season with her yandere tendencies. Taking in the account of action, the show doesn’t cease lớn make this its way whether it’s aerial battles, ground level warfare, or even a battle of psychological integrity. Shido finds himself in moments of despair & desperation as events become more jeopardizing to peace. Even Kotori finds herself outmatched in some circumstances. & with new characters introduced such as Sir Issac và Ellen from the DEM industries (a military corporation for developing mecha units), you can expect a bit of clash of egos. Not only has that but characters such as Origami also found herself on the edge & in trouble throughout the season as she battles against her adversaries. Despite the mecha gears looking more suggestive though, there is credibility to lớn the action with high caliber weapons in operation, superhuman maneuvers courtesy of the spirits, và even Shido’s risky moves. As the majority of the cast returns to lớn the sequel, you should be familiarized already with their personalities. Unfortunately, their development lacks in terms of characterization as the show focuses more on sealing the spirits and less so when Shido isn’t on dates. Furthermore, the fan service never ceases as the first arc is saturated with ecchi. But again, this is Date a Live we’re talking about a – franchise that pokes at fun the concept of dating to địa chỉ its own ‘save the world while you get khổng lồ date girls’ trite. Artwork remains generally the same as characters returning from the first season hardly goes undergoes any significant physical changes. In other words, it still remains generic as hardly anything stands out with Shido’s character design. On the other hand, the new spirits such as the Yamai twins and the idol Miku has some attractive figures. Background visuals remains stale although more lively and natural when the series takes on a beach setting. But remember that fan hâm mộ service never ceases whether it’s be the traditional swimsuits or the libidinous camera angles. It doesn’t cease to lớn hide the teasing either and tires honestly to lớn appease itself with stupidity. There are some đáng yêu moments though and decorative outfits in particular with the show’s second half that is more colorful. But overall, it’s still lacking.Although soundtrack isn’t a powerhouse, it does improve more in this sequel whether it’d be the action scenes or emotional scenarios. The bittersweet moments are focused more intensely to bring out some credibility to lớn character relationships. Some of the dialogues may also seem cheesy but offer humor with their speech mannerisms (i.e. The contrasting tones of the Yamai twins). On the other hand, Miku’s voice feels egoistic, lacks serenity, và in general aspect sounds like a spoiled brat with annoying tones. The tuy nhiên she sings aren’t attractive either with her soft but squeaking style. Thankfully, the OP and ED songs has more features that makes the franchise what it is.10 episodes and that’s how Date a Live II decides to adapt the second season. The disappointment of story development in terms of a more accurate adaptation puts a stain on this show. At the same time, the fan hâm mộ service is like a bed bug that infests itself at any opportunity it has the chance. The first half of the season focuses on this exclusively with the twins while the second part tries out a little different with a bit of gender bender. But still, the comedy can be pleasant if you’re into the show’s gimmicks. The characters also offers something new; contrasting greatly between the two arcs but still refreshing. There’s even a favorable character that makes her ultimate return with great anticipation. But if you’re anticipating to watch this sequel, just be ready for another journey of dating sim và shenanigans.