This show would be better if MC-kun wasn’t such a fag. Then again, most shows would.
Not like I should have expected anything from a show where the entire plot revolves around everyone feeling sorry for the main character being hit by a car because he jumped out in front of it.
Table of Contents
Release format: MKV (266 MB, 10-bit)
English style: American English.
Encoding details: http://pastebin.com/GfnQwSwV
Speed: Slow (>48 hours)
Group website: http://fffansubs.org/ (mine eyes, they burn)
IRC channel: #[email protected]
Fansub.co screenshot comparisons: http://fansub.co/yahari-ore-no-seishun-love-come-wa-machigatteiru/
Subbusu screenshot comparisons: http://www.subbusu.com/view.php?id=9
Opening. The OP had a shit-ton of color changes and yet the karaoke kept up with each of them. The kfx fit the mood of the OP perfectly as well. Great shit.
Ending. The kfx looks like an aborted rhinoceros fetus in the stills, but it’s actually pretty good looking when you watch it. I promise. Regardless, it doesn’t have much of a wow factor. So though competent and enjoyable, I’m maxing it out at an Okay+.
There are quite a few, so just lemme spoiler this shit.
Not gonna bother commenting on this other than there were quite a few signs, and they were handled okayishly.
I lol’d. Masterfully played.
So awkward it hurts. Let’s try “Hikky, to thank her, why don’t we go buy her some stuff together?”
More like “it would be”, since they’re talking about a hypothetical situation.
“There’s a lot of people there, so it’d be hard to find each other.”
Hm? If you don’t believe in fate or destiny, then you’re generally gonna believe in coincidences.
You… do know what coincidences are, right, FFF?
which string – which prize
It’d be “But we don’t know which is tied to which.”
If were English, would you?
Ohh… so close.
Adjectify me, Cap’n!
This monologue is so bad, you could write for prime time.
Well at least FFF was consistent.
That’s a little excessive on the slang front, and it doesn’t match.
Brilliant like a bald man’s shined head reflecting the sun.
Gotta give the script credit for the jokes and the characterization, but I wish they’d have QC’d it a bit more.
There’s been a dearth of these in this season’s reviews. But don’t worry, FFF will provide!
And provide they did. That’s it for this episode; thanks for stopping by.
Visual grade: A-
Script grade: B-
Overall grade: B
With WhyNot drinking the dumb&juice and Doki living up to their worst stereotypes (I’ll get to that soon enough), FFF is looking like the favorite for this show. Guess that means Commie’s the only potential competition left.
(I may be able to squeeze in a WhyNot re-review if anyone thinks they’ve drastically changed for the better. But if not, I’d rather not waste my time.)