Galaxy angel dating sim ranpha
The show has a very silly and exaggerated comedy-aspect and many of the jokes have been used before and probably better, still, there are parts of the show that *will* make you laugh.
This time I don’t seem to like it because compared to all the other series I have watched so far, it’s not that good.
It’s just another anime that has no specific plot – Well actually it does.
Nomad's always being abused (I think mostly by Forte). I enjoyed the series, and perhaps I'll look for the manga as well :) If you have the time and wanted to watch something to make you laugh a bit, pick this series up. This is a silly comedy, as such it should be reviewed like that and this review will do just that.
It's a nice mix of characters that plays in this anime nicely. I don't know about others, but I sure enjoyed it a lot. A lot of people (here on MAL at least) seem to give Galxy Angel a low score due to it's "lack of a story and plot".
Some might like the songs and soundtrack enough to actually buy the OST, gods know that the opening theme is so darn catchy, I still catch myself humming it occasionally.
Here follows the difference in my own review from most others: While Galaxy Angel does indeed not have a plot or any real storyline, but that's alright, it's actually fine.
You just had to watch it carefully sometimes to get the jist of it. All of those funny jokes that they play on each character were good enough to let me spend the day to laugh at it. Not the best, but well animated, especially in season one, they actually tried to theme each in different ways (american cartoons, japanese traditions, etc). The music they played in between episodes were suitable enough, and the Theme songs were definitely catchy. While each of them were team members of this military group, each of them has their cliche characteristics; Forte's crazy on weapons, Ranpha's crazy about materialism, Milfeuille's always lucky, dumb and kind-hearted, Mint's crazy about cute cosplay suits (animals, lol, and i love the sound that her cow-ears makes), and Vanilla, always quiet, sometimes gives you surprising reactions.The characters consist of a gun-tooting tomboy with an overly large bust, a beautiful and flirtatious martial-artist, a kind-hearted and lucky dim-wit, a mature yet slightly mean loli-figure and of course, the token silent-girl who seems to be some sort of creepy pseudo-monk who worships a really strange, rotating device in her room (It's awesome! All in all, a lot of people unfairly rate Galaxy Angel for it's plotless and senseless story, but I really don't think that's the major problem.The show is a silly, exaggerated comedy and you can't really expect any high-rate scripts and well-written stories for those, now can you?It’s another group of girls that have different personalities and yet, goes well together. The voice acting was probably the element that hindered me from liking it as much as I used to. I thought I was going to at least like it as much as before, but I ended up liking it less.You have lucky but dim Milfeulle, Mint the 30 year old stuck in a 10 year old’s body, Vanilla who’s a pseudo-nun/monk of some sort, flirtatious Ranpha and the loud and tomboyish Forte. I’ll commend the fact that the English translators tried to add some spice to the dialogue but it still came up short. I don’t think the lyrics really made sense (what the heck does C. Maybe I’ll try re-watching it again, this time with the Japanese dub. From the research I did, it seems that the anime was created to advertise a virtually simultaneous game release. There was just one issue, the game got delayed, the anime didn't and the anime staff didn't have any information about the game except for the character designs and a few basic character traits.Their inter-group relationship may seem friendly and so at first glance, but if you have some intuition and actually pay attention, you can notice a lot of interesting, underlying rivarly and other goodies.