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Offline Arntor

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Sengoku Collection
« on: April 07, 2012, 04:47:16 AM »

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* Based on Konami\'s Sengoku Collection social networking service game.

In a time line different from our own, the generals of the Warring States period, vie for power. But they are the same generals we know in name only: their appearance, personality, and gender are all different. One day, first Oda Nobunaga and then all the others are transported to our world. Everything is new to them — bicycles, cell phones, automatic doors. Each episode focuses on one general and how she learns to adapt to the modern world.

I was initially not even going to give this a chance going by by the lame premise. Then I noticed BrainBase was producing this so I gave it a shot and I\'m happy I\'ve done so. They play with assumptions the experienced viewer probably had with the show; the protaganist for instance isn\'t a pathetic virgin wimp and the way the scene \'girl falling from the sky\' immediately cracked me up. furthermore the timing of the comedy is excellent