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Wataru Minakami was at the top of his class, but when he unexpectedly fails his only high school entrance exam, he is sent to attend school in a mysterious place called Promised Island. There he meets his thirteen sisters! What's a big brother to do?
Sister Princess continues the good-hearted nerd in a harem genre of Tenchi Muyo!, El Hazard, and Love, Hina. Although he's the top student in his cram school, Wataru fills out his entrance exam scoresheet incorrectly and fails to get into the one high school he applied to. He's taken to a school on an island where he's surprised to find 13 adoring younger sisters awaiting him. Naturally, all these cute girls desperately want to please their dear older brother, but the family relationships preclude the flirtations that are the genre's stock-in-trade. Wataru never goes to class or studies, but the girls' constant demands for attention leave him exhausted. Although this featherweight series is meant to be a comedy, viewers who grew up with siblings may find the prospect of 13 younger sisters scarier than anything in Wicked City. (Rated 13 and older: minor cartoon violence, tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
Great for anyone who loves old school anime and comedy and a great story so I highly recommend this animePublished on November 19, 2012 by Heero Yuy
I have to say I agree with the reviewer who also rated this one star. I wanted to rate it lower but I couldnt. Read morePublished on September 5, 2006 by annakrazys
I've never seen a more mind-numbing series in the history of anime as this. I can't believe the early reviewers even saw it, when they give it a max rating. Read morePublished on April 13, 2006 by Courtland J. Carpenter