Oh boy this was actually entertaining to watch. And it wasn’t because it was actually good.
So it’s official, the opening fight was probably the best piece of action we got. I’m going to save my complaints til the end since I have a bad habit of just telling you what I feel at start of this stuff. That’s right, actual reviews! Who would of thought?
Let’s do this
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I keep ending up renaming SAO II posts into the Mini category because of the talking instead of the action going on. Now while that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it involves a character that’s getting himself better writing as the series goes along and a character who I objectively like but subjectively hate because I don’t like Miyuki Sawashiro’s voice being part of a harem.
That aside, these extended dialogues that are meant to have somewhat deeper meanings/feelings aren’t making too big of an impact on me and end up being a lot shorter than I would want them to be.
Oh well, like the title suggests, I really hope the last fight is something around the lines of the opening.
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The Bullet of Bullets begins.
Honestly I thought it as Ballet of Bullets because that sounds a lot better and fitting but apparently the subs and the characters refer the event as the former. Oh well. Other than Kirito having more trap moments, the episode featured light action while the fun stuff happened in the last 3 minutes.
I was spoiled of the GGO arc around 2 weeks ago and I have to say that while it isn’t as stupid as the later half of SAO and the entirety of ALO, it’s still pretty silly.
Mini again because dialogue and understandable (yet repetitive) exposition really take away from me writing stuff.
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Kirito lets loose after experiencing some player killing flashbacks back from SAO. If they actually featured those kinds of fights, I wouldn’t have hated it so much. More props to you SAO, you’re actually improving yourself but unless Asuna dies, nothing shall change.
In the end however, Kirito unintentionally gets the girl while being invincible as ever. Some things truly never do change
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Deflecting bullets and locating where the opponent is by standing still, Kirito really got some Assassin’s Creed bleeding effect stuff working out very nicely for him.
If anything at least plot is moving forward in a decent way while the action is nevertheless going to be Kirito getting all up in everyone’s faces with a sword. I honestly have to say this could have been a lot worse but it wasn’t so props to you SAO, you aren’t as annoying and are gradually getting bearable by getting Asuna and the harem co. out of the picture.
See how nice it is not pandering by making every single person worship Kirito’s dick?
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So my question from last episode is answered and I will honestly say that I expected this sort of problem that Sinon, or rather, Asada Shino is facing.
So just because of actual backstory and having a motivation that goes beyond just playing a game instantly makes her a more likable character then nearly everyone in the cast already. What wonders backstories and actual motivation do to a character eh? However, that’s not saying much since Sinon will inevitably fall for Kirito instead of the nice, considerate guy who showed up this episode.
Continue reading Sword Art Online II Episode 3- Development and depth? In SAO? →