Dating sims for girls death note
AIC's "Date A Live" is yet another addition to this tired trend- doing nothing interesting or even particularly well. If there is a problem, he will preach it away- almost always with a few jejune words about self-sacrifice or how his victim simply isn't happy enough.It is something to be watched-- maybe enjoyed-- and then immediately forgotten (assuming the writing does not give you an aneurysm). If you are the kind of viewer that cares not for critical quality, then perhaps the girls will be enough to keep you entertained.It represents precisely why an anime cannot survive on cuteness alone. For everybody else, and especially those already revolted by the harem genre, make sure to keep a few bandages handy.One way is that pretty much every character has almost no backstory and isn’t well devolved.They aren’t very unique as each of them are either the token Tsundere character, or the crazy girl etc..To save the people of the earth, it is up to him to date these spirit girls and get them to fall in love with him.While this is going on, there is an anti-spirit team (all girls, of course) and there job is to search and destroy the spirits.The OP is one of my favorite songs to date and the ED isn't half bad itself. All in all, the soundtrack as a whole was really well done and does not disappoint.Characters - You can look at the characters for DAL one of two ways.There were no derp faces, the fight scenes looked crisp, the backgrounds were well done, everything about was done to a tee. You could tell the creators of DAL put a lot of effort into the art and they didn’t skip a beat. Sound - Soundtrack is another category DAL excels at.The BGM fit almost every scene and really brought the most out of each scene. her voice was great and fit the character perfectly.