Properly, I guess you should aim for the wasteland if you end up creating a massive project, like some sort of bishoujo game? I apologize.... I just can't come up with a good way to start off this review. Not surprisingly, this Anime is just not GOOD. I only decided on this up because I needed to watch a visual novel-based Anime this year, and when I investigate description, I am expecting another Saekano. Well, what I gotten was Saekano if perhaps Saekano was a lesser amount of interesting.
Ladies along with gentlemen, welcome to my overview of "Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu", known around English as "Girls Beyond the Wasteland".
Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu comes after Buntarou Hojo, some. k. a. Bunta, who has virtually no idea what he really wants to do in the future. One day, he writes a script for the drama club and resulted on being approached by way of girl named Sayuki Kuroda. Sayuki is aiming to create a bishoujo game, and she wants Bunta to jot down the story because of it. They also generate other students with their school, such as Atomu, Yuuka (Bunta's friends with the latter being talented at acting), Yuuki (an remarkably shy girl who might be a talented artist), and Andou (an otaku exactly who really wanted to produce a yaoi game), and form the set "Rokuhara". Together, Rokuhara works to the game "24 Numerous hours with Asamori-san" and aims to your wasteland!.... Apparently.
At this moment, the story for the Anime is lackluster and cliched. The truth is, I don't mind cliches a lot of, but this Anime did not help but bug me about this; the story ended up being just so predictable as a result of the cluster involving cliches. I honestly will not have a lot to speak about about the personalities, either. All for the characters are as well uninteresting or bothersome, and I really didn't value what happened to some of them. If there seems to be one interesting character in this Anime, I'd declare it's Atomu, but that's only because I stumbled upon his "dark side" only just slightly amusing. Besides that one quality, he's just as boring as the competition.
Well, the story and characters may very well be forgettable, but definitely, the animation, voice acting, and opening along with ending songs can not be as bad, right? In all significance, they aren't as bad, but that animation almost has been. It was kind of easy to see that the dojo behind this Anime, Project No. 9, put little thought within the animation. The cutting open and ending designs, which are respectively "Wasterlanders" simply by Sayaka Sasaki and "Sekai wa Kyou mo Atarashii" as a result of Haruka Chisuga, Kana Hanazawa, Satomi Sato, together with Satomi Akesaka, aren't the very best songs ever, but they're doable. A voice acting is not really bad either, considering Kana Hanazawa is voicing several characters (Yuuka), nevertheless.... is it just me, or does it seem like they're not having a thrilling time with this one? (That's reasonable, nevertheless, considering how this Anime turned out. )
With all the being said, Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu was a below average experience and an overall disappointment. Are you seeking an Anime in which the main characters are making your game? I'd prefer that you watch "Saenai Heroine virtually no Sodatekata" instead, because at the very least that one has got better animation and characters that are actually better to adhere to. If you insist on watching Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu, don t compare it so that you can Saekano, because you'll find that it's a waste of your time in comparison.