Princess Connect: Re-Dive Review — B+

A bunch of dumbasses go on adventures.

This was so much fun. It’s kind of along the lines of Konosuba but less of a malicious dumb and more of an innocent dumb. Either way every character is an idiot and they’re all hilarious.

Pretty amazing production quality too???

Kind of shocked this was so good, it’s based on a gaccha game I never even heard of before.

Carol best girl.

  • Storytelling – B – Great sense of humor.
  • Voice – A – Those bugs.
  • Characters – A – How are they so adorable.
  • Attention Grab – B – Some episodes were less engaging.
  • Production – A – Looks fabulous!
  • Overall – B+

RecommendationsKonosuba, Tantei Opera Milky Holmes

1 thought on “Princess Connect: Re-Dive Review — B+

  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal 36 year old man named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he works as a teacher at a college or university he is also a scientist and a researcher along with being a inventor he discovers a unidentified flying object is heading towards the earth the unidentified flying object crashes into Antarctica a team of scientists and researchers are sent to this location they find out the UFO is a spaceship inside the spaceship is a giant alien creature the scientists and researchers but this creature in a containment unit and feeds it animals and plants from around the world the alien creature absorbs genetic information from its food the alien creature still needs more genetic information so the alien creature is given homeless people and criminals both male and female to eat and absorbs their genetic information the alien creature becomes pregnant and reveals itself to be a hermaphrodite the scientists name their giant alien creature alphas omegas zeros the alien creature later gives birth to a half human half alien half animal half plant half male half female baby the scientists name this giant baby with the name of Pearl. the scientists and researchers decide to raise Pearl as their own.

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