Well, isn’t this just a great and heartwarming ending? At least it had a resolution, which is more than I can say for most shows this season. Even if the ending was highly cheesy, what do you really expect from a show like this? It suits the style of the show, so I won’t dwell on it.
But man, that last fight was excessively easy. Anyone else think that? A bunch of “friends unite” and “power in numbers” to overwhelm the enemy. Well, I’m personally glad to be done with this show. I’m gonna have nightmares about that obnoxious laugh for quite some time…
Oh god…that laugh. My ears are dying. Please spare me. Anyway, I’m glad the final boss isn’t someone new…of course, that left only one possibility. Honestly, though…aren’t they getting tired of using the whole “I’m gonna steal your Share Energy and use it against you” thing? Is that really all the bad guys can do? Come up with something original…
Next week is the final battle…looks like it’ll wrap up pretty quickly. They made a huge deal about the fact that they’re cut off from the rest of the world. So…that means “power of friendship brings the other CPUs to help fight” ending, right? Sigh…
So it looks like Peashy was meant to be a goddess after all…well, it was the most logical conclusion. But I’m curious…why did destroying the Share Energy generator release the brainwashing on everyone? The strange powder shouldn’t have had anything to do with Share Energy…if anything, it should have been cleansed from their system somehow in a separate manner.
Anyway, that arc ended too early…now what? Are they seriously going to resolve the issue of the mysterious client in the remaining episodes? Doesn’t seem like much time…well, it’ll all be over soon, right? I dunno what I’m gonna do with this show…sigh…
Oh god…the hentai will be everywhere. Everyone run! They’ll take over the gaming industry! So…is Peashy supposed to be some sort of artificial CPU that they’ve created or did she always have the potential to be a CPU candidate and they’ve prematurely induced it? Another question that I think is important: how is it that Plutia seems to know so much? Is she….?
Anyway, I’d prefer it if there isn’t any more depressed Neptune time next week. This week was bad enough…she should be resolved to save Peashy by now, right? Oh crap…she still might not realize Peashy’s being manipulated. Curses…someone do something! Plutia?
Really? An R-18 island? Sigh. Man, I wish the entrance had just let Blanc and Plutia in…the flat-chested gag is so boring and it would have been so appropriate since the message was similar to the “are you over 18” pages on most websites. Oh well…they decided to go with the obvious gag. The light beams prank was pretty good, though…not bad, Neptune.
Looks like Peashy has been captured and needs to be rescued. What kind of power could she have that she’s so valuable? I guess it’s time for the next major battle to start? I guess we’ll have to find out whether they decide to search for Peashy or whether the enemy will make the first move. Also, I’m guessing the artillery they went to check out is legitimately dangerous.
So Arfoire had a second wind. Kind of a quick resolution this time, though. And now she’s converted? So…no more archenemies out there? Apparently, eggplants are a big deal or something. I don’t know whether to be disturbed by this episode or what…had no idea what I was watching. And Plutia’s behavior annoys me…it’s painful to hear her talk.
Anyway, is there even enough time left in the show to introduce another major antagonist? Looks like we’re doomed to having things turn in to random comedy again. Why do I feel like I’m gonna be so bored? Someone get me out of this.
So Noire’s a cosplay nut…I guess she’s really into anime because she’s a blogger or something (not that I’d ever go that far). Anyway…a couple of hints at recurrence with this hacker robot…apparently he’s looking for someone and he has some link with Peashy, our mystery character from last week.
But I guess the main distraction is this Pluto character falling from the sky claiming to be Planeptune’s goddess…hate to break it to her, but not only is Pluto not a planet, the place is also called Pla”neptune”. Just let her down easy, Neptune. We’ll see how that goes.
Well, that was a boring way to end things. Then again…what did I expect? I was hoping it wouldn’t be the “power of friendship” saving everything, but I guess it’s just that kind of show. Oh well…I guess I can put it all behind me, right? Finally done with this show…I can move on to the next one.
Wait…what? You’re saying there are more episodes? We’re not even halfway through the show. Well…darn. Looks like they’re throwing in a new character and starting things up already. The villain is still alive too, so she could come back to try again…or become an ally. Who knows?
And so the first candidate transforms. Not sure how this is related to the second game in this series…can they transform already in that game? Now the question is whether or not Nepgear will be the only one to transform. She looks like she’s about to turn on the Anti-Crystal pyramid and I doubt these bad guys have any spares.
As for the preview…IF, I always suspected *shake my head*. Anyway…I don’t really see Nepgear facing some setback forcing all of the other sisters to transform next week. It just seems odd…it makes more sense for the other sisters to have their own episodes later on where they can unlock their own powers. But I dunno…they might try to pull something weird.
So finally we get to find out what these things were draining the goddesses…I’m glad they didn’t use some lame name like “Anti-Crystal”…who’s with me? Well…I was expecting another episode to pass before this happened, but it pretty much played out the way I expected…probably the way everyone expected. So easy to trap them…
Not sure what this means…they wouldn’t just leave the goddesses trapped for the rest of the series, right? Or is this like Kryptonite where the bad guy will just keep coming up with new and creative ways to use these crystals against the goddesses? And the episode title suggests that the sisters save the goddesses, but how do they do that if the crystals drain their power too? Should just have IF do everything…