Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo attempts to tempt through a half-minute commercial which merely summarizes the previously released PV – as if to reassure the anxious otaku that indeed, the heroine has no pantsu.
There’s nothing to unleash a blitzkrieg of rage and ridicule over – the clip shows the series, as with past preview material, to be overall respectable to some extent. This series isn’t pushing any particular style or mode beyond the easygoing highschool romance atmosphere – yet nor is it merely limping onto the street waiting to get run over. The series seems to have some elements of charm elevating it away from generic territory – the visuals being one aspect of course, the actual content of the video being another.
Our protagonist, as well as the series in general, notably look to have some drive to them which usually is absent with series of similar genre – and this is definitely of value as it speaks as to just how the plot will play out.
As a whole, Sakurasou is in a range one would dub “acceptable” based on the marketing media thus far. However, there does exist some points to pester about – incidentally the visuals are one, and another is merely a matter of preference for the most part, the voices. The leading male sounds too similar to a certain other, and perhaps far lesser of worth character – and of course, a lack of individuality is always a negative, yet this is not too significant that one will be too bothered.
In respect to the aesthetics, this was said with the PV, although unlike the key visuals, the artwork appears much more lacking when one sees it employed in a fully functioning animation – yet likely, it’s just the distortion of the video itself.
Besides that, there’s little else to say – everything seems solid. If for no other reason, this is worth watching merely for one to witness this ludicrous lack of underwear apparently prevalent.