Review: Sacred Seven

Plot Summary: Seventeen years ago, several meteorites carrying seven types of alien crystals landed on Earth. Given the name of Sacred Seven, these crystals withhold the power to alter DNA and cause mutations. Inheritor of overwhelming abilities from this enigmatic legacy, Alma Tandoji is an unsociable 17-year-old student feared by his schoolmates due to several rumors of his violent behavior. He is contacted by Ruri Aiba, a rich teenage girl and CEO of the powerful Aiba Foundation, who pleads him to help her fight a mysterious enemy that very recently started causing massive havoc through the land.

Tandoji has this power that he has no control over until he meets Ruri Aida, how has a power that can help him harness his. This is one of those interesting anime’s that could have gone either way, a trouble young man with uncontrollable powers and people who wanted to cause damage, and he had the power to stop them.The story was off to a nice start and I was liking the characters, its always good to have that unknown factor, not knowing whats going to happen next. The problem was that they were trying to get a dark effect but throwing in some comedy at the wrong time. If the story was longer they could have made it a bit more complex and still kept the comedy, it was a very good anime to watch and I enjoyed it but it wasn’t consistent that was its only real fault.

Link: AnimeNewsNetwork

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  1. my fave episode was the first one, it looked like a promising show but then it slowly kept lacking the potential. There will be a movie released this month, I guess it will have a proper closure.

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