Straight Title Robot Anime

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3.1
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  • Watched it all, loved it. Something interesting & clever for once. Not aimed at kids.
    I absolutely loved this. It seemed to have a similar quality to Azumanga Daioh, in that the characters and their conversations are what make it funny and enjoyable, and you miss them when it's over. The visuals are this show's obvious weak point, not because they actually affect the quality of what the show's about, but because they're a sure-fire way to have it drowned in 1-star ratings. I'm ...
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Edutainment Mecha-Style
    It took me a while to figure out what was going on here.

    As they say in cheap sit-coms in 'humorous' situations, "It's not what you think..."

    I almost turned it off as soon as it started. Playstation 1 grade character animation and totally no plot. Just three cute robots talking as though on a typical Japanese panel comedy chat show. As Mori often says in the show, "Den. Den. Den" (you ...
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  • 3 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    I personally was not impressed
    I could see this appealing to very young children, lets say perhaps the 5year old -/+ area - everything about it feels immature. I will not say its rubbish, because ultimately somebody out there took the time to make this, but I do not enjoy nor apreciate it.
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  • 2 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    You get what you pay for... I think this anime probably cost someone 10 bucks.
    The first attempt to use MikuMikuDance to make something marketable other than a Hatsune Miku dance video is pretty much as bad as expected. After someone managed to make a robot throwdown worthy of Banpresto's Super Robot Wars with it, we get this, which is pretty much three passable robot girls trying to make sense of human life after humanity has left their robots running far far far too ...
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