“People called these fiends… ‘Players.'”
With an opening line like that, I completely lost it. Great use of Engrish, guys.
Engrish aside, this show has the subtletly of a barreling steam locomotive, as we start off with a “lesson” on justice and violence from Homeless Gandalf.
When Homeless Gandalf dies… well, the kid’s idiocy surpasses belief:
How can this kid not realizes something is wrong when the entire camp is dead and Homeless Gandalf is covered in blood? But he just keeps chatting about what he did during the day.
And then there’s a doctor who shuts the door on a half-dead homeless man in a shopping cart with a little boy pushing him around because they don’t have money. Come on, there are selfish people in the world, but this guy passes the limits of disbelief. He has an extra circle of hell reserved just for him.
Unsurprisingly, I’m dropping this. If you like brainless action shows though, you might like it, so have fun.