How do you feel about Space Battleship Yamato 2199?
I watched the original before it was cool, so I didn't care 2199 and never watched it. However, I did see the CG animation for spaceships in 2199, and it was typical ugly as shit anime CG.
>never watched it
Thank you for confirming you didn't watch it after all, ape.
He's the same shitposter that comes into every Yamato 2199 thread rambling on about how great the original is and calling anyone who likes the remake a secondary. Hide, report and ignore.
The battle scenes were awesome, and I really enjoyed seeing the development from the enemies side. However I don't like Kodai or his live interest. The soundtrack is 12/10 tho.
It is enjoyable but I don't like several aspects. Several "main" character seem purposeless (Kodai's brown friend). Overuse of character death-teasing to create cheap thriller even with the guys that I think they are expendable (that casanova pilot and the bridge-bunny's boyfriend) and at the end only the captain, Hazama and some ugly nameless extras got kill off. I also don't like the red herring that make it seem like the main girl is important but in the end she become irrelevant damsel in distress.
Hazama/Gin(the racist prick) is best boy. Wish he was given more backstory. In fact I felt that both human and alien villain are more interesting and sympathetic than the "good guy" crew.
I love this guy.
If I remember correctly, Yuki was flung out of Dessler's ship which was about to destroy his own planet. However, when Kodai found her she was only spinning in place. Did she perhaps have some equipment on her to help her move in space? If not I can't really find a good explanation to why she wouldn't be moving along the same direction she was flung to at the same speed. Maybe the junk from Dessler's ship was able to hit her and through chance stop her, though that'd most likely cause her some kind of damage (and from what I remember she wasn't). What's your thoughts on this, did I just miss something important?
>they didn't even hand draw something as iconic as the Wave Motion Gun
I live in the real world, I knew it would all be CGI but I hoped that at the very least something as quintessential as that would be done by hand.
It was pretty darn good, looking forward to 2017 with the comet empire
I could dump a few...
But the hate is off putting.
The attention to details is pretty damn nice.
What's so difficult about hide, report ignore?
There's the shitposter who calls everyone secondaries, and the retard who keeps trying to critique the series and failing. It's not hard to ignore.
I was about to dump anyway.
See, the Space Zero.
Completed the original a few days ago and was actually pretty shocked how they just went full genocide at the end. A solid 8/10.
I prefer the Garm book, to be honest.
Nothing in a particular order, or sense.
I feel like, if I was a little kid, it would be the coolest thing I'd ever seen. Grand scale plot that took itself seriously and progressed without hiccups. I can appreciate it for that, but I couldn't really get in to it and drop it by around episode 5. Just didn't have anything to hold my attention. I'm open to being sold on picking it back up though.
It had one of the cutest girls to ever be animated along with a great seiyuu and a cheap-as-fuck quality figure.
Well, if you like to see dirtskins removed...
Best girl Akira does best girl things, like being a fucking badass
while the "main girl" does nothing but be an incompetent retard.
Their was hand drawn fire in Mob Pyscho just the other day.
Also once in a great while the nips will hand draw textures over cgi models instead of shitting out something that looks like Reboot 20 years ago.
Not him, but I did, as well.
Saw the movies and then the original series later. All had their ups and downs.
I also saw 2199, and I like the update - It has a better-rounded crew, as well as a few more females. Having just one female being nurse, comms, etc. that needed a woman was just wrong, and this fixes that up (though they should have made the nurse another doctor, but I digress)
Just as mediocre as any other remake done ever.
It was a mediocre show to begin with playing on all the generic memes of the day - blue skinned aliens, sexy alien chicks, muh powerful Earthian ship, muh superior human tactics, remaking in in the 2000s didn't make it any less bland or formulaic.
Being in anime form doesn't make it less of a copypaste.
The 80's, I watched it in the 70's seeing as it was first released for US TV in 1978.
And I just dated myself with that post.
Yeah, I'm an old man.
I liked the reboot as well as it fixes some of the flawed ideas of the original. I mean come on Gamilions on Titan without a face mask? But the original has some great moments, it's a legend.
I feel like Starsha needed more screentime. She's a fucking goddess of fertility. I was so envious when i learned that Godai's brother impregnated her.
that's not a good thing when their movement is horribly distracting and takes you out of the story because it looks so ugly since it doesn't pair well with the rest of the animation.