The angle is perfect. I’m fully expecting a menu to pop up with a list of special attacks. Like a “Moé Moé Cannon” of some sort. Or breast missiles.
I haven’t said a thing about this show since the beginning of the season. Part of it was due to a drop in watching priority. Yet when I caught up to the latest episode, it’s a show that I know now that I wouldn’t have shoved to the wayside. It’s made by Dogakobo and has Mashiro-tan. What more could I ask for? In fact, Engaged to the Unidentified already has something I didn’t expect, which is Fujita Saki voicing the blonde lass. That hair ribbon is a nice touch. The overall character design is rather pleasing to the eyes. I guess that par for the course if it’s supposed to be a festival of moé.
I should be used to anime hair after so many years, but the amount of hair Suetsugi-san has is uncanny. First it flares outwards above her shoulders, but is also long to reach her lower back. It also expands horizontally before reaching the end. Just how much does that weigh? Oh well. She’s wearing thigh-highs so it’s all good.
Engaged to the Unidentified has done well so far. The plot is generously laid out, instead of waiting as long as it can before the show wraps up. Consistency seems to be the main game here, and it’s already shoved its way past other shows in feel-good vibes. I don’t normally appreciate high-school love stories (or are these characters in middle-school? damn the visuals) since I’m way past being a kid, but there’s zero melodrama for me to deal with. That’s pretty nice.
That’s what this show is. It’s quite nice. I supposed you can lump this show into the iyashikei category.
At first I was all Mashiro-tan is cho kawaii but then Suetsugi shows up and now I want to her thighs. HNGs’bro.