Oct 3, 2011

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Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai!!

What the hell is going on here? I just watched the first episode but I see a lot of familiar things. For example; the episode starts in a scenario similar to that of the anime Dog Days, but that’s not all, I see several familiar characters, like Ageha from They Are My Noble Masters.  What is going on? Did they take scenes and characters from different animes to make one unholy mix? I don’t like it, it’s cheap, unoriginal and lazy. I just hope I’m wrong.

The artwork looks pretty decent, but I can’t say much about the story at this point, it’s kind of like a puzzle to me right now. I have no idea where they are going with this, but if they really did use scenes and characters from different animes, then I really don’t even want to know, because I probably won’t be watching the rest.

Plot Summary: Kawakami City is famous for its strong dedication to its samurai ancestors. A healthy fighting spirit is always valued and it’s even an important factor for success at school. Yamato, a second year student from Kawakami Highchool is always with his close friends (4 boys and 3 girls). They have all known each other since they were young and have done many things together. While they have many other friends, this group of seven is a close-knit, inseparable group. They even have a secret base where they meet. With the new semester, they welcome two girls into their group and shortly after things begin to change…

  1. They Are My Noble Masters and Maji ni Watashi Koishinasai are set in the same universe because they are based in VNs for the same producer.

    Ageha in Majikoi are few years older.

    This episode is actually one of the routes to the VN, so it seems confusing. The anime has decided to start from the end. I suppose they will do flashbacks of the facts of the start of VNs

    • GameDemon says:

      I hope you’re right. I really liked They Are My Noble Masters, would be an insult if they did use content from that show for all the wrong reasons.

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