>the dogakobo s2 wasn't Mikakunin
Why must we suffer?
Honestly I would pick Love Lab over Mikakunin even if Kobeni is my fiancee.
Love Lab would been great instead of generic moeshit S2
There is no justice in this world
>sanshashit fags still think that interview means something
They said they realy enjoy working on New Game s2 too. SS is nothing special, I'm pretty sure they "had fun" making almost any of their anime.
Because New Game is an empty and soulless series made solely to pander a specific demographic, literally a meme show. Hey, I like it too, but at side of a masterpiece like Mikakunin with actual content, is literally shit.
>Mikakunin season 2 never
>Nozaki-kun season 2 never
>Love Lab season 2 never
Doga Kobo anime thrive on memes, even Mikakunin. And while Mikanunin has a little more focus on plot, many of the characters (specifically the side ones) were a little weaker than that of New Game imo. The aspect of Mikanunin that really leaves you wanting another season is the lack of closure, which is not present in New Game.
I think I would prefer a Sansha Sanyou S2.
>Donten ni Warau will never get the love it deserves.
I like New Game but LL or Mikakunin would've been better.
>many of the characters (specifically the side ones) were a little weaker than that of New Game imo.
What the fuck, New Game characters are basically 1 dimensional cardboards just waiting there for the right joke to just fall on them. Even the camera girl on Mikakunin had more personality and backstory in the little near nonexistent screen time she had than the whole cast of New Game.
I forgot that camera girl existed, so I can't comment on her. On top of that none of the characterization in either series is exactly nuanced, so this argument is pointless from either side.
>tfw the twist in Mikakunin actually caught you by surprise
Aside of Nene and Aoba none of the other characters had any kind of development, all of them were 1 note joke/trope. Sure, you might say that New Game doesn't have a plot or a story to develop, but that just give me the reason of what i'm saying.
What's going on with dogakobo anyway? They've been around for ages (1973 according to the wiki) but since Yuruyrui they've been regularly making great shit.
Don't know shit about how things work in corporate Japan, but how does that work?
Kou clearly goes through an arc in becoming more confident in her own social skills, while Rin helps to encourage her to achieve this. Hifumi starts to open up when Aoba talks to her, making her less distant and less intimidating to others. Pretty much every character gets this treatment besides the director, so I still disagree and think you were so quick to label them as one-dimensional archetypes that you missed vital characterization that differentiates them.
But gay video game nerds get a second season.