As of now, we are trying to brand Yu Alexius Anime Portal as a blog featuring Chinese anime Donghua and deliver anime-related stuffs uniquely. As they need time to make a good script and get it presented in best way to creators. After leaving the pro gaming scene, he resides at an Internet Café employed as one of the managers. Overall 6 Story 0 Animation 0 Sound 0 Character 0 Enjoyment 0 The first season has had growing pains and, fortunately, the lessons learned have been incorporated. Rather than the bigger, more campy style voice acting that tends to come out of a series like this, the Chinese opted to do something a lot calmer and natural sounding, which definitely helps the series stand on its own and makes the entire show seem more grounded. He ends up working at an Internet Café when his real adventure begins. While it may not be the best representation of the eSports scene, it doesn't aim to be, and still manages to have compelling characters and growth.
The soundtrack isn't really impressive apart from one or two tracks that I found excellent. The story follows Ye Xiu, a competitive player in a game called Glory. If you can get past how odd it's going to feel initially, the voice acting is very good, albeit different, than Japanese. Even if you don't, I still recommend it because it is pretty original and you won't find something just like this out there. Somewhat late with this news about to be completely honest. It's refreshing to see all of this. Back in the , aside from showing the different Glory teams like Happy, Excellent Era, Tyranny, Blue Rain, and Tiny Herb; we we're also given a glimpse on some emotional and exciting exchanges of different players whose life had been attached to Glory in so many ways and how they're professional and personal lives intertwined.
The only real and only main character is Ye Xiu, who is, like many of his contemporaries in video game anime, a total God at this universe's most popular game, Glory. I don't see the interest of following a series where I only have to watch a professional ex-player dismount the enemies one by one without any exploration of the game or characters. Both a symbol and an indicator of his stress, the cigarettes always come out when he is put into a situation that upsets him, notably when he's reminded of his eSports past. That is until I , an anime of an existing Manga following the life of an eSports star who was kicked from his team. When Glory launches its tenth server, he throws himself in to the game once more.
There is no real construction in the relationships between the characters. Admittedly, most of the characters here aren't inherently very memorable, even if I like how they bounce off each other. The use of sound works well in emotional moments though without a hint of subtlety. Furthermore, the fact that is an even more interesting treat knowing that the Chinese actor had done a great job portraying Xiao Nai in Love O2O, a drama series which is similar to The King's Avatar is some aspect. What is surprising is that they dedicate their whole lives to the game.
However, due to a myriad reasons, he is kicked from the team. It was produced by Studio G. Absolutely all of them are extremely well done -- great fight choreography, framing, and extremely detailed animation, especially during the bigger fights. Before the gazes of millions, this is where I return! Although it seems like they blew almost their entire budget on episode one and episode three, preferring to can episode two to a fate of having less-fluid animation and leaning on still frames slightly being moved to give the illusion of action. A group of individuals who shares the same passion of being addicted to anime and related stuffs such as manga, live-action shows, and online games.
If more than 10 chapters are adapted for each episode, it will be difficult to produce a quality scenario. Nonetheless, we had seen Lord Grim in the end of the trailer which I believe is also possible for the Glory characters such as Dancing Rain, Soft Mist, Steamed Bun Invasion, and the rest. So the animation and character design might seem different for many fans of the original series. The answer, quite simply, is to watch a likable character and his friends be good at video games. There are oppositions between the different teams but nothing really dangerous since they do not represent a threat to Ye Xiu, too superior to other players. To add onto how refreshing this show is, I should make note that every single character here is a full-fledged adult, which is insanely rare nowadays.
Synopsis In the online game Glory, Ye Xiu is regarded as a textbook and a top-tier pro-player. Before the gazes of millions, this is where I return!. Nothing outstanding, nothing really bad either. For the others, they are present only to admire the prowess of Ye Xiu. Under the tossing of the wind and rain, my dreams shall still appear as though they had never been shattered. For now, this adaption though very short is considered the second season for this series.
If you're the type of person who loves good fight scenes or animation, this series will more than please you. As for the animation of the show that so many people praise, I personally disliked it. Now, I must confess: I am not a pro or competitive gamer. Yes, wait a long time, but do not be in a hurry to get upset, we have many other for you. Either way, I'm really looking forward to what the rest of the series has in store if they choose to keep animating it. Learn more about the rules 1. However, due to a myriad of reasons, he is kicked from the team.
In the multiplayer online game Glory, Ye Xiu is regarded as a textbook and a top-tier pro-player. With all that said, I bid you adieu. Character: 8 Likeable characters, except one very talkative character which I find pretty annoying. However, while he possesses ten years of experience and in-depth knowledge, starting afresh with neither sponsors nor a team in a game… Donations are always appreciated! I guess a lot of scenes have been cut. In its magnificence, the path will not be lost, for I, will return! There is no official release date for the anime, but Tencent have said it will air in 2017. Everything is for the best for our players, lol. I can safely say that I would rather start playing on my computer than watch another show like this.
This anime, made in China, shows a true badass in the realm of E-Sports. When Glory launches its tenth server, he throws himself in to the game once more. Hello, we are the Yu Alexius team. I'm not gonna spoil anything much, but the story does pick up after the first 4 episodes and we really get to see all sides grow tensions and even some members in many teams grow as people,and the finale, while not really giving a sense of finality, even for a season finale that will segue into a sequel, it still builds character and shows up a pretty well done human side to this whole thing. The opening is really attractive and the song is rather pleasant. Everything design-wise in this new trailer looks so good. He looks to demonstrate his gaming skill and expert level to all to his new team.