How would you rate Episode 1 of
My Love Story With Yamada-kun at Lv169 ?
Community Rating: 4.0
How would you rate it Episode 2 of
My love story with Yamada-kun at Lv18?
Community Score: 4.1
How would you rate
the love story between me and Yamada-kun in episode 3 in Lv?
Community Score: 4.2
©MASHIRO/COMICSMART INC./Production Committee with Yamada-kun at Lv300 I am inclined to choose The premise of the first episode. I’m always glad there are more silly romances starring real adults. Hey, I’ve been well served by a previous series about a girl named Akane who escapes heartbreak by retreating to a virtual world, initiated by her. So, the premiere of this new show is our introduction to this Akane as she meets the titular Yamada and drags him to a bitch meeting for a personality display, which is a fun intro time. I’m glad to have a heroine like Akane, a messy loser girl whose “chemistry” with Yamada amounts to her bouncing off of him in a way that’s good for them both. My biggest concern is whether Akane and Yamada can sustain the story through character growth beyond their basic skills. To this end, episodes two and three expand on details about people and the virtual and social lives they experience. It also throws in some other wrenches in the setup I think I got, mostly because while Akane is an adult, Yamada isn’t. He is a high school student. Forget the love story with Lv Yamada-kun 18; Akane should try to date Yamada-kun after he transforms ! Although maybe he is 169, who is in his final year of high school. And I don’t really care too much about the minimum age gap that is set. If anything, it makes Akane look more like a chaotic disaster after she passed out on top of a teenager.
HOW AND IF Yamada-kun at Lv 70 Fixing this may have to wait until we get to the bottom of the series and potential relationships. After that initial encounter, our later Akane followers didn’t even put her fully on Yamada as the center of her efforts to get over the breakup. He’s still involved, returning Akane’s lost necklace and making comments about the guild’s item boxes being too full, which later prove to be symbolic. But Akane is also coaxed out of all her figurative and literal baggage by her friend Momoko and her understanding of herself. We only have so much room in our stuff storage and hearts. This is shown after the first episode Yamada-kun at Lv 300 In being able to portray the growth of its protagonists, they It is desperately needed. However, everything else around it feels slower. Getting her interested in Yamada’s online and offline relationship with fellow guildie Ruri is a smart enough thread to follow up to the next step. But even though I usually enjoy following Akane into the chaotic nightmare spirals of her own mind, we might spend a little She spends a lot of time thinking about the implications of Yamada and Ruri’s relationship. It keeps us waiting for the next episode to follow up on these revealed offline identities and their actual characteristics. While the social sadist in me was still happy to see Akane interacting completely ham-fistedly at the start of the offline party, everyone stared at her dumbfounded, leaving her crushed under the weight of failure. While the plot might make her better, I hope Akane still finds a way to suck. Knowing the other characters will help move the show forward. Yamada himself is especially mysterious, making half of his performances feel more like a waiting mode. Even the lengthy post-credits scene in episode three doesn’t use his FPS teammates to put him in the background beyond just “not being an insensitive weirdo like them.” Despite his apparent trouble reading people and expressing emotion, he seems like a nice guy. Whether there’s some backstory to this, or if he just likes that, remains to be seen as we the audience struggle to get closer to him with Akane’s struggles.
This makes romantic writing possible to leave Yamada-kun at Lv 70 The direction of the stars is not elevated It feels more uneven. When you find out that it is directed by Morio Asaka, the quality Not surprisingly , he was always good at giving presentations on seemingly simple topics. So even the act of Akane exchanging text messages is made more interesting with the option to display text messages on train windows. We accepted the beautiful deployment of shoujo Standards like bubble backgrounds and more modern flourishes inherent in story formats like Asaka know exactly when to watch between viewing the real world, the game world, or through the game Switch to the real world. They animate Akane’s in-game avatar, and you can walk out of the video game character when the camera is locked in one direction. It’s loaded with that great stuff. So I’m still on board, even with a lot of uncertainty about how to
sex will come out. This is due in no small part to a solid foundation in animation direction and my appreciation for Akane’s character. How the show rises above that level will determine my long-term opinion of it. Rating: