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The love interest, Iroha, has one expression for the majority of the show, pouty sad girl, the main character Tsutsui is more expressive which also means more frequently off-model. From time to time you’ll see characters slide across the frame on motion tweens with no animation whatsoever, making it seem like they go to a school for ghosts. And that’s the closest the show came to making me laugh. Stiff character animation is partly to blame for the lazy comedy, but also the directing is so slowly paced that even if the dialogue was good (which it isn’t) there wouldn’t be much to enjoy. Awkward doesn’t even begin to describe how the dialogue feels, it’s clumsy in a way that’s too unnatural to be believable and too poorly timed to hit with any impact. Sharing some of the blame is the monotonous elevator music that adds nothing but a headache to any scene it’s present in.
What you can find in the game:
- Beautiful pictures and animations of girls.
- Incredible sound.
- Funny puzzles to resolve.
- Gallery with hot pictures of girls.
Are you a socially awkward otaku who doesn’t understand why mean 3D ladies don’t want your very eligible d? Sick and tired of the Real Girls and 2D waifus are all you need in your laifu? Then oh boy, do I have the perfect anime for you because I sure as hell don’t want it. 3D Kanojo: Real Girl is a painful experience. A lazily shat out rom-com that uses cliches and plot contrivances as a crutch to hobble its way through twelve agonizing episodes. Proudly it presents insultingly stereotypical characters that are anything but three-dimensional. All you need to do is gaze upon this glorious shitfest and it becomes abundantly clear what the show’s main issue is: it’s fucking hideous. R-Type Final 2
Colors and animations
The art is a disaster; backgrounds are a mess of fuzzy colors, there’s very little animation, and in an attempt to stay on model the characters hardly change their expressions. All the show has going for its visuals are the character designs, and even those are just the same faces mediocrely drawn and in worsening quality as the show progresses. The moment the opening song starts playing my brain feels like it’s going to explode. The singer sounds so depressed like he’s about to shoot himself, I instinctively hit the mute button so I don’t have to contemplate the void while watching 3D fucking Kanojo. The rest of the soundtrack gives me the sensation of my brain slowly swelling from the aneurysm the droning music gives me. The same song with only two piano keys is looped ad nauseam during dramatic scenes.
It slowly puts more pressure on my skull until I relieve it by turning the volume off. Do you like the sound of printers on repeat? Well, check out the sick beats on these action scenes because these swooshes and boops will knock your socks off. This exceeds all bounds of low budgeting, it’s just plain and simply lazily made. 3D Kanojo falls flat on its face as a comedy, but there’s still room for resonant drama (spoiler alert it’s a cringy disaster too). A story about two emotionally damaged people sorting through their feelings together is an alluring premise, and with a better writer, it could have been good. It’s not fundamentally flawed, it’s just terribly executed. The characterization relies heavily on cliches, and the character-driven story uses only contrivances to progress. Rarely does character development feel deserved; the story is divided by misunderstandings, a third party drives a rift in the lead pairing, then the conflict is resolved by the end of the chapter rinse and repeat. Rabbit Burn
Beautiful pictures and animations of girls.
3D Kanojo is barely competent because it relies heavily on this formulaic cheap method of telling its story. Even so, a character-driven story is only as good as its characters allow it, but they’re trash too. Tsutsui begins the show as the standard archetypal boy who hates real girls because people look down on him for liking anime… That’s not much of a motivation, but the series had room to flesh him out more. And nothing came from it; he remains a mostly oblivious idiot for the entire series. His only ‘character development’ comes from cheap contrivances that lead him into trouble with his girlfriend then eventually the issues resolve themselves. Instead of subverting the mountain of stereotypes it chooses the cheapest route and gratifies his misogyny by making all of the girls comically cruel to Tsutsui, with the supporting character Ishino to represent the mob of angry cardboard cutouts. Her only excuse for hanging around Tsutsui and his girlfriend is that she’s his childhood friend, yet it doesn’t seem like she has a good reason to be there at all.
Ishino constantly verbally and physically abuses Tsutsui, and he lets it happens because he’s a spineless child. Who in their right mind would be friends with this bitch? Ishino is mindlessly in love with the guy who accused Tsutsui of being a pedophile. It’s as if she wanted to spite him. But don’t worry, the asshole she’s in love with said he was sorry. Even though he ruined Tsutsui’s reputation, the asshole is allowed to join their friend group. He even goes on a camping trip with them all. Why can’t he just grow a spine and tell this guy to shove it and get lost? I’m not sure what I was missing here, but how can someone go from trying to ruin a person’s life to best friends in the next goddamn episode? It’s a suitably moronic resolution for that tire fire of an arc. RESIDENT EVIL RESISTANCE
Gallery with hot pictures of girls.
Later on in the series, a stereotypical nerdy girl appears to serve as another case of the trope Not Like Other Girls. And of course, she’s not allowed to just be an archetype because whenever Tsutsui sees her he accidentally comes onto her, making her fall in love with him. Tsutsui’s obliviousness defies all logic, no human is this much of a bumbling moron. Sadly this is 3D Kanojo and there is no room for logic with all these cliches stuffed in. Of course, there is a plotline dedicated to this misunderstanding and the rift it causes between Iroha and Tsutsui. Lazily written misunderstandings fuel most (if not all) of the drama in this series. You’ll always know how to easily resolve a situation episodes before the characters do, it’s frustrating and quickly becomes painful to watch unironically.
Before Tsutsui and Iroha started dating, he sees the Real Girl herself crying alone in public, then proceeds to creepily following her as she runs errands. Eventually, a shop clerk accuses Iroha of stealing, then he takes it as his chance to take off his hood and emerge from the shadows to defend her. Oh, drool… what a hero, this actually impresses her. That’s what their relationship is built on, him being a creepy stalker and she is not like other girls for various shallow reasons. At this point (the first episode) the show has divided itself from reality, the main character is no longer relatable and all of the playing into stereotypes the show has done goes nowhere, there is no subversion. The author of Real Hurl genuinely believes that otakus are creeps and the key to a girl’s heart is stalking her until she likes you back, it’s hilariously stupid and borderline gross. Rising Storm 2: Vietnam
Add-ons (DLC): Treasure Girl 3D
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OS: WINDOWS® 7 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3 Series or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 500 Series or AMD Radeon™ HD6000 Series (VRAM 1GB) or better
Storage: 2 GB available space
OS: Windows 7 / Widows 8
Processor: Intel Core i5 2.8GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVidia GeForce GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD 6870 (RAM1GB以上)
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 2 GB available space
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