Robotics: Notes: Part One
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Also, VERY cool to see a girl excited about STEM and actively involved in it. She's the main driving force behind getting this robot built, running, and entered into a competition. Could be a great gift for the budding female scientist or engineer in your family or friends.
The series held the attention of everyone in the family. Good quality. Well written. Lots of fun to watch. We will get part 2.
Really that is probably the best way to put it. Robotics Notes sets you up with a plot which could only go Gundam, then you find yourself in a web of conspiracies. Who is the bad guy? Who is the good guy? The story plays out leaving you hanging at times and you will want to keep going.
When you watch it, don't keep a preconception that you know the world or how the story will play out in the end. Because you won't. Robotics Notes will take your preconceptions and rip them a new one.
Characters, are a little better than standard anime tropes. There are some common factors but they come off fresh part due to the plot.
The only major fault would come later as the truth starts to come forth. It may kinda leave you a little confused for a moment till you take everything in. So consider this a heads up. Pay attention to everything. It is all important. Some moments will really shock the heck out of you. Especially because you either won't see it coming or the series just suddenly gets very in your face real.
This is not a rent series, this is a buy series. If you are curious and on the fence, check out an episode or two online. At this writing, Funimation's intro price is very steep for a 12 episode part. Its a great series but $60 is high. Recommend waiting or shopping around. Till then...Du Hu Hu!!