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Story - The story is about our harem lead, Shidou, dating the many spirits that invade the earth.To save the people of the earth, it is up to him to date these spirit girls and get them to fall in love with him.

Drawing inspiration from the 2008 manga "Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai", Date A Live presents itself as a pseudo-parody of otaku culture. Funnily enough, this ridiculous premise is actually one of Date A Live's few redeeming points. A plot so riddled with lazy writing and insufferable cliches that the anime becomes the very thing that is parodying. The third episode contains two within minutes of each other. He doesn't need to fight or do anything remotely intelligent, because why the hell would he? Date A Live is not concerned about petty notions such as 'sense'.

After our protagonist Shidou conveniently encounters two busty ladies fighting one another, he finds himself waking in the headquarters of an anti-Spirit organization, which (surprise! Kirino-- sorry, Kotori, proposes her master plan to Shidou: prevent the Spirits' destruction by making them fall in love with him. It is self-aware and (usually) does not attempt to be anything more than silly fun. Transfer students, toast-in-mouth, and the beloved walk-in-on-clearly-occupied-bathroom cliche? Girls falling in love with Shidou for no conceivable reason except to increase the size of his harem? There is even a scene in the anime where the Anti-Spirit Team-- which for some inexplicable reason is comprised entirely of busty, half-naked high school girls-- gets tentacle raped by ramen. Writing aside, you will indubitably gain some enjoyment from the 'cute girls' appeal. Tsunako's character designs (most easily recognized through her work on the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise) adds a level of appeal uncommon to most harem anime.

While this is going on, there is an anti-spirit team (all girls, of course) and there job is to search and destroy the spirits.

As absurd and unique this show sounds, some might think this is a recipe for a disaster, but it’s actually incredibly entertaining.

AIC's "Date A Live" is yet another addition to this tired trend- doing nothing interesting or even particularly well. If there is a problem, he will preach it away- almost always with a few jejune words about self-sacrifice or how his victim simply isn't happy enough.

It expects the audience to willfully ignore its poor writing, because hey-- there are cute girls to gawk at! Date A Live, in all of its wisdom, also tries to push a semi-serious 'plot' amidst its comedy. If he is hurt, he will be magically healed through some convenient plot device.The BGM fit almost every scene and really brought the most out of each scene. her voice was great and fit the character perfectly.The OP is one of my favorite songs to date and the ED isn't half bad itself. All in all, the soundtrack as a whole was really well done and does not disappoint.If there is one thing DAL does great its the animations.There were no derp faces, the fight scenes looked crisp, the backgrounds were well done, everything about was done to a tee. You could tell the creators of DAL put a lot of effort into the art and they didn’t skip a beat. Sound - Soundtrack is another category DAL excels at.Note: Everything in this review is my personal opinion.

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