A girl is reincarnated into another world and wishes she could be average. She should have taken a statistics class.
This was nothing I’ll remember in a few years, but it was fun! I loved the main character and how she’s always so cheerful and optimistic and such a dork. Seeing her always overpower people by accident and failing miserably at covering up her power didn’t get old. The side characters were good too, especially Pauline, who should really have been the final boss.
- Storytelling – C – It was funny at times but nothing remarkable.
- Voice – C –Very generic except the humor which was somehow part of the charm?
- Characters – B – Main character was great.
- Attention Grab – C – Kept my interest.
- Production – C – It’s fine.
- Overall – C+
Recommendations – KonoSuba, Outbreak Company
1 thought on “Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta yo ne! Review — C+”
i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal fourteen year old boy named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives with his mom his dad is a archaeologist who goes around the world to find ancient artifacts and medieval artifacts plus other historic relics and research them his older brother is a paleontologist he brings some fossils and specimens of dinosaurs to research them his aunt is a biologist who researches animals and plants from around the world his uncle is a astronomer he studies space he finds out about a unidentified flying object through a telescope it is a spaceship it crashes somewhere in the Arctic some scientists go to the crash site to investigate they find a extraterrestrial specimen and they do research on the alien specimen. the alien specimen was already dead the alien specimen was also very big large or huge or gigantic so they dissected the alien and sent specimens from each body part to be researched in labs throughout the world.