Z/X IGNITION

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3.9
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  • 14 out of 20 people found this review helpful:
    May take a few episodes to like this one
    Wow is there a lot going on here, and as of the first episode not a whole lot of it makes sense. A quick summary so far:
    The main character, Asuka Tennoji, is "randomly" given a Z/X card device (which is usually only carried by soldiers and fighters) by a shrine priestess who asks Tennoji to protect this world, from the other copy worlds (red, black, green, and white were mentioned so far) that ...
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  • 8 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    Creative, Captivating, and Confusing
    I understand that the plot can be a bit overwhelming for some, but I believe it to be a great basis for a story line! If anyone is confused do feel free to read up on the wiki

    (Link: http://zxtcg.wikia.com/wiki/Z/X_Ignition
    BUT BEWARE OF SPOILERS, DONT CLICK ON CHARACTER PAGES!)

    I love the character interactions and artistic style of the show, when everything is explained more thoroughly ...
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  • 6 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Completely and Utterly Prejudged
    People need to give it a rest.

    I'll keep this brief so people take my word for it. This show does many things incredibly well and simply needs some polishing should some future OVAs or seasons arrive. The relationship between the characters and the backstories to many of them are developed amazingly well. (Some characters have sparks of background that aren't quite developed but show the ...
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  • 5 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Zillions of Introductory Episode X
    In Z/X Ignition, modern day Japan has had 5 strange black spheres called Black Points appear across it, each connecting to a world associated with a different colour: red, blue, green, white, and black. From these spheres, creatures given the title 'Z/X' (short for Zillions of Enemy X) begin appearing, able to maintain their existence on Earth by drawing power from the 'Black Points', thus ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Where to begin with this show.
    Great character and scenery design. The worlds just draw you in visually. The story leaves a little to be wanted. The pacing seemed a bit off and the show seemed rushed toward the end. Speaking of the end, it feels a bit lacking. I still give this show 4 stars, mostly cause the good episodes outweighed the overall of the show. I still hope they bring it back to put a good close on it. If you like ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Another anime based off a card game. Might actually be good
    I've seen Yu-gi-oh, and Dual Masters(ugh) and first was okay and second I wished I could scrub its english dub from my brain. Z/X i had hesitation about but so far I think its story to be rather enjoyable though some the characters suffer from tragic or sad pasts. The story is just getting started and the characters not yet assembled as the story is taking a round about but not boring route to ...
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  • 4 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Better then hoped for.
    Z/X: Ignition episode 1 was better then I had hoped for. was like a mix of pokemon and digimon but with angels,demons and other monsters.The main Character might be weak right now but I have hope he grows through out the show. The art for this is very well done.
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  • 1 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Average but Enjoyable
    When I first heard that Z/X Ignition was based off of a card game my expectations for this anime was close to none. However, watching the first episode of the anime caught me by surprise. While the source material is a card game the anime approaches the story with the adventure genre. Z/X Ignition grabbed my attention. With creatures of myth, warriors of legend, combat androids, or deities from ...
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Pretty Good I Guess?
    Blah Blah Blah. Not the best anime I've watched at all. However. It is overall pretty good when putting everything together. Splitting up pieces and topics in this anime would probably ruin everything this is. Yep. Thats That Folks. Uh Huh. I dont have anything more to say.
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