Kids with magic powers play games.
I can understand why people didn’t like this. I’ve read the manga before and I can see how this could be confusing if you hadn’t. But since I had, I really enjoyed it.
Tower of God is weird in that it is obsessed with setting up highly specific rules of games and then following through on them. I have never seen anything else so obsessed with this and I honestly think it’s a bit much sometimes. But what I do like about it is how creative it is with all the different places and all the different powers that the characters have. It feels like such an adventure where they’re exploring new places and making new friends.
The lore in the Tower of God is wild. There’s just so much going on and I can’t see how it will ever come to a conclusion lol.
Also I really love Rachel, she’s probably the main reason I’ve kept reading this.
- Storytelling – C – Confusing to new viewers, bogged down in details.
- Voice – A – Imaginative setting.
- Characters – A – Diverse and interesting.
- Attention Grab – B – Kept my interest.
- Production – B – Liked the art style.
- Overall – B-
Recommendations – Hunter x Hunter
3 thoughts on “Tower of God Review — B-”
i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal 33 year old workaholic businessman named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives in a apartment building late at night he drives a car to go out to eat at a restaurant then drives back to his home he sees a falling star outside his window he makes a wish one day later he goes to the mountains on a vacation he camps in the forest in a tent and use a hot spring for a nice bath then goes fishing in a lake or a river along with some swimming he sees a falling star making another wish this time the falling star is actually a unidentified flying object.
the unidentified flying object is really a spaceship it crashes onto a pasture or meadow it transform into a big fancy house it is home to a family of extraterrestrials.