Is it really necessary to make even more of this? Hayate no Gotoku! has been milked out. There’s nothing in there anymore, and that fact that the ratings have been down proves that. I refuse to believe that this is still popular in Japan. It’s certainly not worth a fourth season, that’s for sure.
The artwork, unfortunately, is still the same as ever. It’s not unsightly or anything like that, but it’s not really that impressive. Frankly, I get bored quite easily when watching this. That’s why I still have yet to finish the third season. I just couldn’t get myself to watch any more than I already have.
It’s the story that’s the problem here… How can they keep it interesting after all this time? It’s the fourth season now, yet they think they can keep things interesting by doing the same with different characters in the picture. It’s rapidly getting boring.
Unfortunately, I must give this a negative recommendation. The first season was good, the second wasn’t bad either, but it started going downhill as soon as the third season arrived. It seemed, to me at least, that they couldn’t keep things interesting any more. It got predictable and it sometimes seemed as though you were watching something you’d already seen before.
Plot Summary: Taking place after the events that occurred in Hayate no Gotoku! CAN’T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU. Hayate, Nagi and Maria return to their daily life at the Violet Mansion. Each episode will focus on a different character(s) and follow a different route for that episode.Read More
Oh no. Dear god, no… That perverted girl, that lesbian girl, that dull girl that gay guy and the violent one… They are all back. Run for your sanity! Oh. My. God…! I almost forgot; that freakishly mutated Charizard is back too. Here comes the madness…
The artwork hasn’t changed. Nyaruko is still the same old pervert, Cthuko still has lust in her eyes, Hasta still has that same gay spring in his step and Mahiro is still carrying forks around in order to prevent being raped by Nyaruko.
I’m guessing it’s the story that’s different now. They all have a past now, so they’re probably going to introduce a few new characters during the next few weeks, not to mention all the (good) shows that are going to get raped in the form of many strange parodies.
Do I still recommend it though? I don’t know. I have to be honest when saying that I’ve had my fill of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san. Do I actually want to see another season of this? Maybe. It’s definitely funny as hell, but I doubt that I’ll write about it with all the other amazing shows this season.
Plot Summary: Nyaruko still wants Mahiro, as does Hasuta. Kūko wants Nyaruko, but believes both Nyaruko’s and Mahiro’s “first time” belongs to her. Yoriko (the mom) puts up with all of it and cheerfully runs the house where they all live. Mahiro just wants some sanity. He doesn’t want to be the love toy of a Nyarlathotepan, Cthughan, or a shots-like Hasturan. He may or may not hold out.Read More
Well, this one sure arrived late. Still, I’m glad it arrived in the end. This anime is right up my alley. It’s funny, ecchi and filled with action. Sure, it could use a lot of work, but come on… I can’t go around giving negative reviews based on just a few things that could use some improvement.
The artwork is pretty interesting. Not great, but not bad either. The characters in this show are supposed to represent characters from Nintendo and Sega. Characters like Sonic, Zelda or the Mario Brothers. I really think the characters could use a lot more works. Hell, at least give them some recognizable features.
Unfortunately, the story is rather disappointing. Hell, it’s rather uninteresting. The entire show consists of things from games, things that other people have created. How could I, or any anime fan for that matter, possibly approve of that?
I admit that I was waiting for this, but not because it’s good. It’s not. It’s ecchi, has action and can be pretty funny at times. That’s what I like to see. However, I don’t recommend this. I could only recommend this to ecchi fans that don’t mind watching something without a good story. The rest will just have to keep searching for something else.
Plot Summary: In the battle for supremacy in Consume continent between parodical Segua (Sega) Kingdom and Ninteldo (Nintendo) Empire, the light-footed Gear (Sonic) appeared to defend his kingdom from the threat of Ninteldo’s powerful emperor, Marcus (Mario).Read More
A third season, huh? Well, it’s not entirely surprising. Well, maybe it is… I mean… The season barely made it through the ratings and the last movie wasn’t rated very well at all. People were a bit critical about the story, which was pretty much non-existent from what I’ve read about it.
Anyway, the artwork is still pretty much the same. I still don’t care what people say, but a few panty shots would make the show a lot better. This type of anime allows for it. Besides, it’s not like they are actually targeting a young audience with this.
This season isn’t a continuation of any of the previous seasons and/or movies. This season’s story, according to several sources, has been created by Hayate no Gotoku’s author. It should be pretty interesting to see whether or not he can make this season a success.
I can only recommend this anime to those that like comedies where the male lead gets overwhelmed with female characters, also known as a harem.
Plot Summary: The story of Hayate Ayasaki working alongside with maid Maria at Nagi Sanzenin’s mansion continues. One day, Nagi receives a phone call from “Area 51,” inviting her to the universe. Nagi wants to accept the offer, only to be stopped by Maria.Read More
An extremely weird ending to an extremely weird anime, isn’t that right? Mind you, already knew that something like this would happen. There have been rumours going around about a second season, but I for one highly doubt it. This finished things off pretty nicely.
I’m sure we all remember that that cute little girl, Ghutatan, disappeared during the last episode? Well, apparently she did that to ‘lure’ Mahiro into another world, a world where her servant ruled. To think that yet another mutated Pokémon was the culprit all along, how stupid. At least come up with a bad ass monster, instead of a monster with (surprise) a lot of tentacles. Only in Japan.
That’s all fine too, I suppose. But at least give that guy a proper reason for taking over. Playing each and every adult video game is not a good reason for world domination. Sure, the personality fits the monster, but for crying out loud… Really? A monster with dozens of tentacles that tries to take over the world in order to play adult video games? Maybe it’s just me, but doesn’t that just sound way too lazy?
I did like one thing in particular about this episode though; Mahiro was all alone at one point. He cried out to Nyaruko for help when he was attacked by that monster, which proves once and for all that he does rely on her at certain times. Poor kid, he might as well just give in and let Nyaruko do whatever she wants with his body. I know I would.
The anime has been one strange ride, and yet I have been entertained by each and every episode. I’m glad that I gave Haiyore! Nyaruko-san a shot, as I was actually thinking about dropping it after the second episode. Too bad that there wasn’t a bit more romance. I definitely think Nyaruko and Mahiro would’ve made a cute couple. Oh well…Read More