The name of this show can go to hell. F*cking learn to make your titles shorter. And notice how all the damn long titles start with "Ore". God damn.
Anyways, let's get started.
Summary: Well, this is a different anime. To my surprise, it came from a light novel and not a visual novel. That really surprised me. Anyways, the story is about about a young man named Kanade Amakusa. He is walking around and picks up something for some chicks, it shows a split screen of a scenario with both 2 girls and 1 girl. He gets a weird sparkly over- shoujo romance face after they thank him.
He is walking around later and finds a porn mag lying on the ground. He is thinking of what one does in a situation like this. This season has way too many stupid MCs. Anyways, a voice booms through his head saying "CHOOSE!!!!" and he has to either pick up or eat it. It's basically a game of would you rather in his head, except when he chooses he actually has to do it. When he doesn't, he gets a killer headache. Some of the MCs this Fall need asprin.
He chooses to sniff it. I would have ate that shit and told my friends "I ate out a sexy girl today". Anyways, 2 kids walk by and think he's a creeper. Jeez, can't a man sniff his porno in peace? Who even drops their porn mags in the middle of a park? Like, really? Take care of your shit, man.
The next part of this episode (after the opening which was pretty badass, they did handstands onto a wall) pisses me off so much I was ready to skip it had I not saw the hilarious Einstein. Basically the anime shoves the fact that choices are important into your face by putting a bunch of examples I guess are supposed to be funny that include historical shit (This anime seems to like us western *****s, they got a lot of our history in there.) like the Wright Brothers who made airplanes choosing to give up or not or something. It also has choosing to stay the night at Honnoji or whatever that other place was, it's funny if you know your Sengoku shit trust me.
The one I really laughed at was the Einstein one.
He has to choose between e=mc^2 or some other formula I bet they made up. This f*cking shit goes on for like 5 minutes, which pisses me off, and there's some annoying music getting in the way of the talking. Like, it sounds like a nice little song I'd hear on a Disney cartoon's movie and just sway to as a kid. Real serene shit, but the SHIT IS BLOCKING OUT THE GODDAMN SOUND I ACTUALLY CARE ABOUT. It's like people don't know how to make background music...background
Pretty much what happens next is some stupid scene in the guy's school. This anime is really dumb. This girl is all tsundere when she walks over. She's one of those girls with the not so raspy quiet girl voice. I don't know how to describe it. Kind of like Shina from Sakurasou or Yami from To Love Ru, like a mix. Anyways, she keeps calling him a maggot and I think she has f*cking DID because she literally switches characters every minute. She says she keeps calling him a maggot because there was gonna be some disaster involving bugs, so she wanted to tell bug jokes.
She makes him listen to her next joke. She ignores him and he keeps calling her name. She says like a really energetic idol "Hey! Listen to this, bugger! I totally ignored an idiot in class who was bugging me today!".
Kanade's mental multiple choice comes up. It says he either has to tell her to let him touch her boobs or tell her to touch his. He chooses the second and everyone in class hears, like that damn moment when you say something stupid in class and everyone just then decides to get quiet. I hate that shit so damn much. Anyways, a 1-2 minute gag goes on about how the girl likes to say "boobies". Then when he says boob she tells him not to use such obscene language. Huehuehue.
Their other friend comes in through the window. She's super moe as hell. She gives them a bag of maggot shaped candy which has a comedic scared face and they eat it. The girl says they used maggot shit to make it. Maggot extract is maggot shit, right? Anyways the guy rainbow pukes it up and I find this offensive since they pulled a card from Is This a Zombie's Chris as far as I'm concerned. (I really don't care). She says it's not made of maggot shit but when they look on the back of the bag it says they couldn't give out the ingredients. The quietish DID girl pukes rainbows as well. She says that Kanade isn't a man for puking up so easy, then says it's rude to puke up something someone gave you.
Think about that for a minute, isn't that true? Imagine you're eating a hamburger and you puke it up. Don't you know a f*cking cow died for you to get that burger in your mouth you ungrateful little shit? God damn. You're going to Hell.
Kanade gets another multiple choice saying he either has to take off his shirts and scream like a true Japanese man or take off his pants and underwear and scream like an Amazon warrior. Haha, that's what you get ******. Don't you ever disrespect those maggots who died for that candy bastard. He chooses the first one. P*ssy. Everyone looks his way then the teacher walks in. The teacher is a lolipop loving loli. Wow. Really? Really? This hasn't been raped enough?
God damn, growth in Japan sucks sometimes I guess. Anyways, she buys his mental choice shit and lets him off with getting his clothes burned or something. Also, something I forgot to mention. There's some old fat ****** with way too much lipstick and moe eyes who's a pedo for Kanade. She walks up to him and he has to choose between saying "Hold me" or "Hold me and let your primal instincts take over (**** me)". He chooses the first one. P*ssy. She holds him, crushing his bones. Haha, that's what you get ******. The maggots are going to hold the grudge forever.
She walks away after raping
holding him and he gets another multiple choice. Why are these called multiple choice? There's only 2, that doesn't count. So it says he either has to have the fat ****** falling from the sky or some beautiful girl falling from the sky. This is what pisses me off: HE ACTUALLY THINKS ABOUT HIS ANSWER. He has to imagine what would happen if the ****** fell from the sky. Wtf...What is this I don't even...why? Why is it so hard to choose having a hot girl fall on you? Don't you know what happens to guys when girls fall on them from the sky?
Naturally, after being a f*cking idiot, he chooses the girl.
A girl falls from the sky. She falls into a weird messed up 69 position with him, except her back isn't facing the sky so I guess he's gonna skullf*ck her. Kanade gets a nice look at her panties. Conveniently placed smoke blocks our view.
He says the choice he just made put him in a weird predicament, which I'm guessing we'll learn about eventually and the episode ends.
FFS, did Free make the Fall anime characters gay? What's so bad about this awesome situation? As a matter of fact, switch places with me.
Plot: The original idea of this anime had me hyped for it. It's not something that's been done and it sounds like a good basis for a comedy or harem anime. The plot is great. This succeeds as a first episode. Does it succeed as a comedy?
It's kind of funny, but some of the comedy is forced or just plain dry. I'm disappointed. This anime is lucky the plot works to its advantage. If it didn't have such an original plot that could make anyone snicker depending on how its used it would be plain trash. So the plot is a meh, I need more time with it. Approx. 2-3 episodes.
Kanade Amakusa: Some stupid kid who has some real shitty luck. He has to choose between choices given to him by some thing in his head, and when he chooses he has to do it. If he doesn't he gets a killer headache. He'd be very good friends with Koujou from Strike the Blood. He doesn't have much of a character besides being lame. He is saved by his mental multiple choice because otherwise he'd have no personality.
Furano Yukihara: A cute chick with white hair and red eyes (badass) who has the quiet girl voice (Not to be confused with shy girl which can sometimes be the quiet girl) but talks a lot. She reminds me of Shina from Sakurasou. She has some serious DID (not literally but she might as well). She can take on alot of different types of personalities for the sake of comedy. So far she's actually my favorite in the show. I like her. She likes bug jokes.
Ouka Yuuouji: A super super moe girl who jumps into the window of a classroom after throwing her backpack in there. 0 f*cks given whatsover. She's a badass because her backpack is full of shit including maggot candy and the classroom seems to be a couple of floors from the ground. She also frontflips into the class instead of climbing into the window. Boss.
The loli teacher: Wow, To Aru much?
Nah it's cool.
Girl who Falls from the Sky: She has pink panties like most of the girls in anime. I'm gonna call her Musubi until we get her actual name. They probably did say her name in the episode and I missed it. I don't care.
Characters are...um....diverse? But most of them have been done before alot and the MC I can't diss because the plot keeps his character interesting. They aight, I guess.
Art/Animation: The art and animation are kind of hard to judge. They're like about any moe anime you'd see but they have their own kind of quality to it. It's different yet not. The super moe's character design annoys me though. Her face and body do not match up at all. The mega moe was not necessary for this anime.
Worries: This series can only go up from here, it wasn't that good of an episode and didn't leave a very good impression. I still worry it'll wobble or just go plain straight. It can't really go downhill since it knows what it wants and is going to give you just that. It's a comedy anime, what's there to worry about besides the comedy getting dry? Hell, that can't even happen at this point. The plot gives auto snickering at most times imo.
Sound: Had to make it's own f*cking section because it annoyed the hell out of me for those 5 minutes how the song was so..how do I describe it. It's like they were making the background music louder than the actual talking. The talking was low. I even think there was english words in the song. I don't have a problem with this, but the song seemed so out of place with the scene it was a part of. The opening and ending are good though, the voices are aight. (I mostly like Yukihara's though).
I don't know how I can judge this series too well, it's not really anything special like it should have been, but its original concept gives certain things an auto lift. Where the comedy lacks it has plot to pull it back up, and it's trying to be a normal comedy anime, possibly a harem (most likely a harem too). I need more time with it, like I mentioned before.
This episode gets a 6.5-7/10. It was, yet it just...wasn't. It's hard to describe this series' flaws clearly enough to make sense.