Before I start, important questions must be answered immediately. Which will serve as some meaning later on in this review.

Which team am I on?
Team Miku. I am a simple man. I love the sweetheart. This is coming from someone who has dead emotions too. She is one of a kind cinnamon bun. The amount of times she makes me squeeze my pillow is amazing. But enough about me.

Which character do I hate?
Nino. Think of it like this. Taiga, but has pink hair and is taller.

Narrative:
Very simple narrative, I would like to assume people reading this are already completed with the 1st season. In which case this season starts off from that point. I will tell the honest truth now. I don’t remember a bloody thing from the previous season, I watched it quite a while back anyways. Though, the continuation from the previous season felt really smooth getting into the details of what is the be of this 2nd season. No unnecessary time was taken for the sake of it. So I give props to that. It also manages to converge the two parts of the 1st and 2nd season without any hint of awkwardness, excluding nerfed animation.

What really gives the story its good quality is how it differentiates from other harem anime similar to it, and that is the race to Fuutarou.

Like every harem anime similar, there has to be some kind of battle to who can get out with the MC the fastest, some are more explicit with making the race more obvious. But Quintessential Quintuples takes the cake for me. Admittedly, I am not widely into the genre, but I would like to believe that this is one of the few stories that actually knows how to make a good race to the MC. These sisters are willing to use their appearances to their advantage by manipulating Fuutarou into thinking things that don’t correlate to the person behind the facade. They are also willing to physically go as far as changing themselves in terms of school grades, family relationships, and other miscellaneous. It is interesting to watch really, I wouldn’t have guessed that such writing skills actually existed for harem anime. To be fair, you could argue that this is quite superficial in that the use of sisters, especially for this story is one that allows for shortcuts. And well, I suppose you could say that. I don’t have many counters for that. However, the idea has been taken and has been used in a substantial way even though there are some arguably cheap shortcuts used. Problem with that? I wouldn’t say I find that too bad, but it can easily get static for the sake of moving the plot forward. That doesn’t happen too much with this one though, I will give it that. Not the best, but decent writing honestly.

As for characters, we don’t like Nino so we can skip her out of the review…

I guess Nino does have some good points that need talking about. She actually has one of the best developments in the show, and I could argue the best. You would think tsunderes like her would stay static for the sake of binary diversity, but she changes for the better in some sense. Whilst maintaining her character she also manages to implement a sense of reality in herself, which leads her into actions you might have seen coming, but not as early as you thought it would. She has a surprisingly logical rationale when talking to others about some points too. I just wouldn’t have guessed for her to be this much better honestly.

Ichika is a sly lady, who likes to mess up with others’ attempts at getting closer to their goals. I quite like how she plays if I am honest, even if it is a dirty trick or two. I don’t usually see characters like her a lot, but it is probably because this story has the interchangeable sister theme going on, which allows easy tricks like misinformation to happen. Good character overall.

Miku is another interesting one, if I could put it into perspective, she would be like every “girl chasing boy” anime, but, in this story, there are her sisters to worry about alongside. It makes for an interesting path for her honestly. When she tries her best, whether it be for simple day to day activities to powering through studying, there is some kind of foil she has to beware of. How she goes around this is well, keep trying for her side. I can’t dive too deep into her character.

I don’t have much to comment on Yotsuba and Itsuki, they don’t have as much importance as the other three in this season. Yotsuba feels a little like those characters who constantly lie to themselves in the name of keeping the stability of the sisters and Fuutarou higher rather than lower. Quite a classic trope but she prevails with it. Not a problem with how she is used in the anime really. Itsuki is the same old in my opinion, she is the least interesting in my eyes and doesn’t really do anything to better her own character. Shame, but who cared about her really.

I swear I don’t like Fuutarou. He doesn’t develop and is still the dense dude he was from previous seasons. How can this dude not tell who is who by now is beyond me. But hey, some misunderstanding just had to exist for the sake of it now. But his character is unbelievable and just ridiculous. I can’t give him the benefit of the doubt or tell you that you will like his character.

Audiovisuals:
They are nerfed in comparison to the 1st season. I can’t say it was appalling but it was generic for the most part, you can certainly find something better in this day and age. The animation was decent for the most part. I have nothing to complain about.

Audio is the same really, generic OST, OP and ED. Don’t get me wrong though, they were good to listen to but it for sure doesn’t match up anything of 10/10 in my opinion.

Enjoyment:
Now. Why I answered the important questions above was simple. This is really enjoyable when you are on someone’s side. I liked Miku, so I went with her. I had moments where I was like “well, damn.” and “wooooo yeahhhh” just because I would have wanted the best for the character I choose. I think that is an interesting way to go around enjoying the anime in an external sense. With the quality of the race being that much better, it is actually really fun to just watch what happens next to your favourite girl in the series. Harem anime needs to take notes on this on for real. Other enjoyment factors come down to general comedy moments, they aren’t anything that will get you wheezing but they get the job done well enough to be fair. It is fun overall.

Overall – 6.4 (6)
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TLDR Review:
Story – 6: Good writing for the race to Fuutarou, even if a lot of shortcuts were taken.
Visuals – 6: Fine, standard, everyday animation.
Audio – 6: Same as visuals.
Characters – 7: They are all good characters, apart from Fuutarou
Enjoyment – 7: Now that’s a fun race.
Overall – 6.4 (6)
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I can’t really say I have anything to say other than this is a good surprise. I was legitimately going to give this a low ass score if it took the Nisekoi way around of telling the story. Glad to say it didn’t. I would recommend you keep watching this but this isn’t a high recommendation regardless. I mean. This is just fine rather than exceptional. Still good I suppose.

being a lenient person has its benefits. More truthfully, the floor murder fair gave me a reason to stay. I do n’t normally tend to enjoy a fortune of harem anime because they feel like a tinge adaptation of romanticism bent and shaped so much to the will of the report that no character or plat holds any substantial prize anymore, it just becomes a superficial but empty inside. I am glad to say that this was n’t the case with The Quintessential Quintuplets, or at least, it was n’t precisely as I described some harem anime.Before I start, crucial questions must be answered immediately. Which will serve as some mean late on in this review.Which team am I on ? Team Miku. I am a simple man. I love the sweetheart. This is coming from person who has dead emotions excessively. She is one of a kind cinnamon bun. The sum of times she makes me squeeze my pillow is perplex. But enough about me.Which character do I hate ? Nino. Think of it like this. Taiga, but has pink hair and is taller.Narrative : very childlike narrative, I would like to assume people reading this are already completed with the 1st season. In which lawsuit this season starts off from that point. I will tell the honest truth immediately. I do n’t remember a bloody thing from the previous season, I watched it quite a while back anyways. Though, the sequel from the previous season felt in truth smooth getting into the details of what is the be of this 2nd season. No unnecessary clock time was taken for the sake of it. therefore I give props to that. It besides manages to converge the two parts of the 1st and 2nd season without any trace of awkwardness, excluding nerfed animation.What in truth gives the floor its good quality is how it differentiates from other harem anime exchangeable to it, and that is the race to Fuutarou.Like every harem zanzibar copal similar, there has to be some kind of battle to who can get out with the MC the fastest, some are more denotative with making the race more obvious. But quintessential Quintuples takes the cake for me. true, I am not widely into the music genre, but I would like to believe that this is one of the few stories that actually knows how to make a good race to the MC. These sisters are willing to use their appearances to their advantage by manipulating Fuutarou into thinking things that do n’t correlate to the person behind the facade. They are besides uncoerced to physically go equally far as changing themselves in terms of school grades, family relationships, and early many-sided. It is interesting to watch very, I would n’t have guessed that such writing skills actually existed for harem anime. To be average, you could argue that this is quite superficial in that the consumption of sisters, specially for this fib is one that allows for shortcuts. And well, I suppose you could say that. I do n’t have many counters for that. however, the idea has been taken and has been used in a solid way even though there are some arguably brassy shortcuts used. Problem with that ? I would n’t say I find that besides bad, but it can easily get inactive for the sake of moving the plot forward. That does n’t happen excessively much with this one though, I will give it that. not the best, but becoming writing honestly.As for characters, we do n’t like Nino so we can skip her out of the review…I estimate Nino does have some good points that need talking about. She actually has one of the best developments in the read, and I could argue the best. You would think tsunderes like her would stay static for the sake of binary diversity, but she changes for the better in some feel. Whilst maintaining her character she besides manages to implement a feel of reality in herself, which leads her into actions you might have seen coming, but not adenine early as you thought it would. She has a surprisingly coherent rationale when talking to others about some points excessively. I just would n’t have guessed for her to be this much better honestly.Ichika is a crafty lady, who likes to mess up with others ‘ attempts at getting closer to their goals. I quite like how she plays if I am honest, even if it is a dirty flim-flam or two. I do n’t normally see characters like her a draw, but it is probably because this story has the interchangeable sister root going on, which allows easy tricks like misinformation to happen. effective character overall.Miku is another interesting one, if I could put it into perspective, she would be like every “ female child chase son ” anime, but, in this fib, there are her sisters to worry about aboard. It makes for an interest way for her honestly. When she tries her best, whether it be for bare day to day activities to powering through perusal, there is some kind of foil she has to beware of. How she goes around this is well, keep trying for her side. I ca n’t dive excessively deep into her character.I do n’t have a lot to comment on Yotsuba and Itsuki, they do n’t have vitamin a much importance as the other three in this season. Yotsuba feels a little like those characters who constantly lie to themselves in the name of keeping the stability of the sisters and Fuutarou higher preferably than lower. Quite a classic trope but she prevails with it. not a problem with how she is used in the zanzibar copal in truth. Itsuki is the like old in my opinion, she is the least matter to in my eyes and does n’t in truth do anything to better her own character. shame, but who cared about her really.I trust I do n’t like Fuutarou. He does n’t develop and is placid the dense dandy he was from previous seasons. How can this dude not tell who is who by now is beyond me. But hey, some misconstrue precisely had to exist for the sake of it now. But his character is improbable and good pathetic. I ca n’t give him the benefit of the doubt or tell you that you will like his character.Audiovisuals : They are nerfed in comparison to the 1st season. I ca n’t say it was appalling but it was generic for the most part, you can surely find something beneficial in this day and senesce. The animation was properly for the most share. I have nothing to complain about.Audio is the same truly, generic OST, OP and ED. Do n’t get me faulty though, they were commodity to listen to but it for sure does n’t match up anything of 10/10 in my opinion.Enjoyment : now. Why I answered the important questions above was simple. This is very enjoyable when you are on person ‘s side. I liked Miku, so I went with her. I had moments where I was like “ well, curse. ” and “ wooooo yeahhhh ” just because I would have wanted the best for the character I choose. I think that is an interesting room to go around enjoying the zanzibar copal in an external feel. With the quality of the race being that much better, it is actually actually fun to precisely watch what happens next to your darling girlfriend in the series. Harem zanzibar copal needs to take notes on this on for substantial. other enjoyment factors come down to general comedy moments, they are n’t anything that will get you wheezing but they get the job done well adequate to be bazaar. It is playfulness overall.Overall – 6.4 ( 6 ) — — — — — TLDR Review : Story – 6 : dependable write for the race to Fuutarou, even if a set of shortcuts were taken.Visuals – 6 : Fine, standard, everyday animation.Audio – 6 : like as visuals.Characters – 7 : They are all good characters, aside from FuutarouEnjoyment – 7 : now that ‘s a fun race.Overall – 6.4 ( 6 ) — — — — — I ca n’t truly say I have anything to say other than this is a good surprise. I was legitimately going to give this a low buttocks seduce if it took the Nisekoi way around of telling the report. Glad to say it did n’t. I would recommend you keep watching this but this is n’t a high recommendation regardless. I mean. This is barely ticket rather than especial. however good I suppose.

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