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The background tracks are excellent, as is the cast of seiyuu (who do a skillful job of delivering personality to each girl) while even the catchy opening and ending sequences manage to stand out.It should be noted though that the ending sequences are supremely lazy from an animation standpoint, usually containing a single image that is panned over continuously until the song ends. All in all, Date A Live is an absolute mess of a story-- but a disturbingly entertaining one.
Note: Everything in this review is my personal opinion.Their personalities are also equally adorable (though often limited to archetypes) with characters like Tohka frequently finding ways to get your heart racing.If Date A Live were to be judged solely by the cuteness of its female cast, it would be a work of art. It shouldn't come as much of a surprise given the designs, but Date A Live's artwork is for the most part high-quality.To save the people of the earth, it is up to him to date these spirit girls and get them to fall in love with him.While this is going on, there is an anti-spirit team (all girls, of course) and there job is to search and destroy the spirits.Characters are rendered in a consistent manner and the colorful art design tends to make up for any imperfections that the animation occasionally has.
It is certainly a step down from the original light novel illustrations, though. It's almost a little saddening, even, knowing that such quality was expended on a show of this caliber.
It turns out that this girl is actually a Spirit, a powerful being from another world whose arrival devastates the surrounding area.
Thankfully, Shidou is rescued by an anti-Spirit strike team... This vicious task force is locked and loaded, ready to exterminate Spirits with extreme prejudice. He discovers the one way to neutralize these Spirits peacefully: make them fall in love.
The OP is one of my favorite songs to date and the ED isn't half bad itself. All in all, the soundtrack as a whole was really well done and does not disappoint.
Characters - You can look at the characters for DAL one of two ways.
It expects the audience to willfully ignore its poor writing, because hey-- there are cute girls to gawk at! Date A Live, in all of its wisdom, also tries to push a semi-serious 'plot' amidst its comedy. If he is hurt, he will be magically healed through some convenient plot device.