I lost count on how many people died in this episode alone…
It’s another season and Gen Urobuchi already dialed up the killings. In a battle against a flower like ship, the battles is conducted by ships and really big robots controlled by humans. While it looked pretty, it also looked as if there is some frame rate drops in some scenes. But otherwise, it was decent even though it wasn’t that exciting. However, the second part is where it gets interesting after our male lead was unable to reach the dock.
The second half focuses on a strange, but familiar planet called Earth. From a glimpse, there is not much, except a metal ship and old technology (which in a way looks like Waterworld). From here, we get introduced to Amy who is fascinated by this robot, which they couldn’t take apart. But at the same time, it’s really surprising that the warp would default to not just Earth, but to the past? If you compare his weapons to the guns people used on the ship, it just shows how much humans improve technology over time.
While the lieutenant whom I forgot his name is somewhat being a pervert for grabbing Amy and touching her butt, I think the premise is going to be interesting for the fact that he is the only one that happens to have a big robot in the past. It does give some advantages if he can turn the tide and get the people he has to develop the technology faster to change fate. Then again, we’ll see how he survives on Earth with old technology, which is mostly populated by water. But I do admit that Amy looks pretty cute.
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