DAYS

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  • 3
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4.3
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  • 17 out of 21 people found this review helpful:
    More Kawaii Than Necessary Sports Anime
    [Review based up to episode 8]

    Sports anime tend to be about underdogs rising up and kicking butt. DAYS is no exception. Just take a typical sports anime plot, then dump in a bucket load of cuteness and you got DAYS. It's a fun watch if you're looking for a cute slice-of-life sports anime.

    Our main protagonist (also the most kawaii sports anime MC I've ever seen) Tsukamoto Tsukushi knows ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    So far it's been really good
    I like characters and I like the way the story is going. One thing I hope is that it's not a romantic love story between Tsukushi and Jin. I think they're great friends who get along in a brotherly way. I liked the action scenes and how well it was relatable. I played soccer in high school too and that shuttle run scene. It brings back some hard but rewarding memories.
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Hmmm. What should I say about this one?
    -So let me first start by saying I love sports anime; Ace of Diamonds, Kuroko's Basketball, Haikyu, Baby Steps, Yowamushi Pedal. But out of all of those this one had me hooked within the first 15 minutes. The MC reminds me alot of Onoda from Yowamushi Pedal; whiningly apologizes about everything, hardly any talent at all, and yet still manages to make you want to cheer him on. So if you can get ...
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  • 0 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    The classic SoL sports story
    A classical story of a group of fellow students competing on sports team and growing with each other. Your first impression of the show might be that this is a fast paced action type show focusing on the actual play, but it mostly plays out as a SoL that focuses on the camaraderie, development, growth, and life experiences of a group of adolescents. If I had to say something bad about Days it ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Sports anime at it's best, especially if you love soccer
    I love soccer (and play) and I usually like most sports animes. That combo has me really enjoying this one! It's got brotherhood, growth, drive & determination; and hard work all well represented. The humor is good and the characterizations well defined and enjoyable. Fun!
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    the frick does this need a title 5/5
    I love this anime omg. I just hate I cant binge watch it like I did with other sports animes.
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  • A sports anime with heart.
    I fell in love with this anime from episode 1. Tsukushi is one of the most adorable protagonist's I've come across, even beating out my sweetie Onada from Yowapeda in cuteness. Despite being a sorely lacking newbie to soccer, he's full of heart, dedication, and purity, and anyone that meets him is changed forever, especially his teammates. I've read the manga as well, and the anime is keeping ...
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  • 3 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Days. Where more of the same is awesome.
    Did you like:

    Yowamushi Pedal?
    Haiyku? (Probably spelled wrong, volleyball)
    Eyeshield 21?
    Generic sports thing with comedy and a newbie who is destined for greatness?

    Yes?

    Well, take those, add just a little bit more heart, and you have days. This is like Yowamushi turned into soccer basically. If you know any of those 3 shows I listed, its those in Soccer.

    If you dont know ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Solid typical sports anime
    EDIT
    After watching episode 7, I'm kinda disappointed in the lack of real soccer. The comment section makes it obvious as well lol. I still like the characters, but the actual soccer is very much so lacking.

    This is after 6 episodes
    Overall
    I've watched/read TONS of sports anime/manga and I feel like I really have a sense for them at this point. Even my favorite anime is ...
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  • Soccer Anime Review 2016
    If you like dumb sports anime like i do watch haikyuu instead, however if you like soccer and dumb sports anime watch this as it a rather fun and entertaining variation on the classic sports story of a kid who can't play the sport and then becomes a real man
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