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Filters Best Price. Streaming in: 🇺🇸 United States. Track show. Seen all. Videos: Trailers, Teasers, Featurettes. Age rating. Nobunaga Shimazaki Shido Itsuka voice. Marina Inoue Tohka Yatogami voice. Misuzu Togashi Origami Tobiichi voice. Ayana Taketatsu Kotori Itsuka voice. Iori Nomizu Yoshino voice. Asami Sanada Kurumi Tokisaki voice. Maaya Uchida Kaguya Yamai voice. Sarah Emi Bridcutt Kuzuru Yamai voice. Minori Chihara Miku Iyazoi voice. Hitomi Nabatame Nia Honjō voice.

Akari Kageyama Mukuro Hoshimiya voice. Aya Endo Reine Murasame voice. Takehito Koyasu Kyōhei Kannazuki voice. The main cast returns with their mainstream personalities.

The amount of witty dialogues and humor remains in the show that occasionally can draw out a few laughs. But be aware, you may quickly find most of it to be a snoozefest. If the third season really wanted to redeem itself, it could have taken risks to try something different. Instead, it still relied on its usual gimmicks while focusing on a character that I never put faith into. Because really, I wanted Date a Live to be something more special. Instead, it came out as a garbage harem that can be best described as atrocious.

Nice 0. Love it 0. Funny 0. Confusing 0. Informative 0. Well-written 0. Creative 0. More reviews by Stark Read more. Show less. So when I first heard about the series getting a third season, I was quite elated, to say the least.

However, not too long after, I received the unsettling news of the original studio that handled the previous two seasons and the OVAs, Production IMS, undergoing bankruptcy and shutting down permanently, and thus the project was handed off to JC Unfortunately, the issues befalling the studio have started to become more apparent in the season of Fall , especially during the production of the third season of Toaru Majutsu No Index.

In the process, those Spirits become his best friends and allies and also part of the self-inserted harem. The premises of the show are quite generic but not necessarily bad at all, especially with how the previous seasons depicted certain scenes and moments as fleeting moments of emotion and beauty.

However, this was absolutely not the case here with Season 3. While I try to handle animation quality and story quality separately, this is one of those cases where both seem linked to each other in a bad way.

So when the animation quality dropped, so did the course and depiction of the storyline. The immediate problem I already have is how certain scenes shift so suddenly and without a proper sort of siegeway between them. Because of the entire lack of buildup between events and arcs, the scenes that are supposed to be the important chunks of the story….. just feel abstract and soulless. There is no sense of anything emotionally invested at all, not even with the most important arc of the season, the Tobiichi Origami arc.

For one particular example, during the Origami Arc, Shido, having travelled back to the past to try to undo the changing of history, seemingly dies in the act of protecting a younger Origami; however, the very next scene shows him alive and well in a brand new timeline. Additionally, the rest of the Spirits somehow regain their memories from the old timeline without much consequence. The fact that the arc relied on an often mishandled plot element known as time travel can stir up unwarranted plot devices like that.

The main focus here are the two characters with the two primary arcs: Natsumi and Origami. She is extremely childish, and is extremely self-loathing of her original petite form.

She perceives everything in a negative light, including herself. Unwilling to accept this feeling of worthlessness, she took on a more physically mature-looking form to perceive herself as the perfect image of what she wanted to be.

However, she is really just wanting attention, praising, acknowledgment, and recognition. If someone I become associated with does something along the lines of what Natsumi did during her arc, I would kick him or her out of the house almost instantaneously.

Even after she was sealed by Shido, her mischievous, annoying personality is still there…just not as willing to cause unneeded trouble now, because she simply became a bench player from then on for the next arcs like all the other characters. Origami is a primary character from way back in season 1 that I was able to put up with for the most part, up until her segment came up here this season. What I regret now is not immediately realizing that Origami had not gotten over her desire for revenge against the Spirits, even though she has allied with them on a number of occasions.

Instead, she started having a growing, self-conceited desire to obtain more power, which caused her to join the villainous group of DEM and later on obtain a Sephira Crystal to become a Spirit herself. It became all too laughable when she finally realized that she became the very monster that she had always hated since the day she swore revenge for her parents in the old timeline.

She then just literally loses all her emotions and became very much mentally dead as an Inverted Spirit. Everything about her just felt absolutely wasted in her segment, in my personal opinion. She actually contributed to the Origami Arc…. by starting the whole time travel thing. Ugh, great.

This bombardment of slideshows consequently downplayed numerous important scenes, including the fights, and it almost hindered the ability to drive home any sort of emotional investment for even the casual viewer. The voice acting here is pretty mediocre; it really feels like the seiyuus are just rushing their lines as the show zips through different scenes without much of a proper transition between them.

I did not want to drop this show because my mindset as a completionist kept giving me this false hope that the show will turn around. Or you can just nope out and completely avoid the torture chamber that I went through. More reviews by Ryuseishun Mixed Feelings. YES, finally after 5 years, we're seeing the light of Date A Live once again thank you Tachibana-sensei the author of the series!

NO, to production woes, the J. Staff that could do no wrong, proceeded to trash this series! Where are you ENGI??? I'll admit, being a long-time DAL fan ever since its inception in has its benefits and drawbacks. For one, we get a fairly generic harem story and action that was somewhat interesting and intriguing for its time, its lineup of character Spirits and the MC harem "Master" that is Shido Itsuki, that left us wanting for more of them ever since Season 2's end in But finally, and with a very long wait, the original LN writer Koushi Tachibana has green-lit Season 3 for long-time fans like us to once again, MILK on the success that is the past 2 seasons.

you all saw how that fared out in 3 months. And that's a massive disappointment. For the majority of the series, we go through the life and happenings of the transformation queen that is Natsumi, being able to shapeshift into people with almost perfect results.

And this time, Shido is left with a very daunting task of finding out Natsumi's real intentions while covering her true chibi-kid form which makes her embarrassed and is a real pain-in-the-butt , at the expense of using Tohka and Co. and exterminating them should Shido fail to solve her puzzle. Everything totally felt like how the main series was intended to be, and that's always very welcome. Next, new revelations about the friend-cum-enemy Tobiichi Origami, whom for the longest time that we've been searching her long-awaited answers since the start of Season 1: The reasoning behind her hatred for Spirits.

And this arc being animated is a true taste of the "how many questions" we all have at the end of both seasons, finally giving us the action-solutions and resolution to Origami's antagonistic purposes, with her history being rewritten at long last, for the better. Last but not least, the Itsuka Disaster arc, where in true DAL fashion, Shido does not become the initiator, but becomes the instigated for the girls to date him!

The characters, or should I mention, the NEW ones brought forth to this season: Natsumi, Origami's new Spirit form and of course the mysterious Spirit that is Phantom. Natsumi, aside from her Halloween costume, she is a force to be reckoned with, with her shapeshifting disguises into people similar being the standout that really causes a whole lot of issues. Once she is brought down to her tsundere loli form, she is pretty much like Yoshino in terms of care and sensitivity. With Origami's position this time, she is finally vindicated of her past that has her holding back for very long, siding with DEM Industries all the while until this issue is resolved.

Good for you Origami! And Phantom's presence which we didn't see a lot of, that is sadly left for another time to pursue more information about her in the future? Of course, Tohka and Co. still acts like their usual selves.

The elephant in the room, you've guessed it, is the art and animation, which by all accounts, factoring in both Season 1 and 2, is the worst looking of them all. With J. Staff however, even before the anime aired, the PV and posters were the red flags that long-time fans were trashing it, saying: "This isn't the DAL that I remember! it doesn;t get any better than this.

Character models have that superifical J. Staff generic model, instead of the ever-so-memorable DAL aesthetics. Art and animation is decent, but action scenes were rife with mediocrity all around, with many people were complaining that this series took a turn for the worse with overall animation, and my opinions are no different.

Sure, ENGI came back to help out with the production woes that J. Staff faced that's evident on the episodes he worked on if you checked the ED credits , but overall, it definitely left a very sour taste in my mouth.

Music-wise, I'm very glad and happy that the all-female group "sweet ARMS" is back once again to deliver another stellar song, titled "I Swear" by the moon and the stars and the sky oops sorry, wrong song!

Probably out of the 3 OP songs in the series, this may just be my favourite "sweet ARMS" song yet, with Season 1's "Date A Live" in 2nd place. Such a heartwarming and cute, small action-pumping song. New and upcoming female artist Eri Yamazaki shows her new song for the ED, and it's also quite good as expected from Shichisei no Subaru's ED song. OST wise, it's largely the same assortment of tracks from previous series to stoke nostalgia, and it works for the better.

Production woes aside, as predictable and obvious as much as past seasons are, this is still a somewhat worthy but worse sequel entry to the series, with the story still holding up just as decent with many hiccups in the storytelling. But, apologies to long-time DAL fans both old and new, this isn't recommended unless it's for the story alone. Pass this up. Now if only there was ever a chance of a Season 4 which is highly unlikely , we the audience highly implore the future production staff: "Please get the series QC-checked first before showing it to us!

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Synonyms: Date A Live 3, Date A Live 3rd Season, DAL 3. Aired: Jan 11, to Mar 29, Premiered: Winter Duration: 24m.

Status: Finished Airing. MAL Score: 7. Genres: Comedy Mecha Romance School Sci-Fi Harem. Studios: J. Producers: Nippon Columbia , Kadokawa , J. Staff , Funimation. More Seasons. Season 1. View more. Itsuka, Kotori Main. Taketatsu, Ayana Japanese. Itsuka, Shidou Main. Shimazaki, Nobunaga Japanese.

Natsumi Main. Mano, Ayumi Japanese. Tobiichi, Origami Main. Togashi, Misuzu Japanese. Yatogami, Tooka Main. Inoue, Marina Japanese. Fujibakama, Mii Supporting. Tsukimiya, Midori Japanese. Promotion Videos. Recommended for you.

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