One can merely disdainfully sigh at the release of an end sequence promotion clip for “Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai!” – much like the OP, the ED is everything one would anticipate from a moe-focused romance.
Watching the video, a chibi version of the already not-so-original heroine of Chuunibyo dances in her further watered down state as if to celebrate the death of creativity – all the while, there’s an upbeat albeit funnily written theme playing which sounds just as expectation would assume based on the present genre of generic highschool love story.
However, rather than concentrate on what this ED doesn’t have, and looking at what it does indeed have instead, there’s a simple patterned background, the aforementioned deformed character, and the cheery song. The background fluctuates a bit every now and then to assorted colors, shapes, or scenes – all the while, the heroine shifts between a simple dance, to typical moe gestures, to various random reactions and responses based on the setting.
Ultimately, the ED’s main point of charm is the moe factor – and this merely reaffirms previous thoughts on what the series will surround and subsequently entitle, a highschool slice of life romance, likely to be bland based on the moeblob 2.0 character designs and earlier PVs, with a moe driven mood. The ED should leave a lasting impression, and in the case of Chuunibyo, it looks to have gone the option of selling itself with its leading female – and so, those seeking more are doubtful to find it within this series.
As a relevant side-note, assume even the video is switched once the anime releases, it changes not the fact the series advertises itself in such means – and even then, the song would likely remain, and it’s a theme which goes hand-in-hand with moe.
All-in-all, this would make for a fantastic example of the term “unimpressive” in the dictionary.