He has doubled their income, he pays his employees fairly, he's feared and respected, he also has good looks and he has a great body. One Ye Xiu is enough to traumatize the world. Given that China is more passionate about E-Sports than any country in the world if World of Warcraft is any indication , it's no surprise that they would make the plunge into this before the japs would. Even though he starts a new account Lord Grim and decimates everyone, we still see a really human touch that is somewhat prevalent in this series. No supporting character gets as much development as Ye Xiu does, but some do grow quite a bit from the introduction to the conclusion, notably Rou Tang, a friend of Xiu's. In general, the story is disjointed. Now, I must confess: I am not a pro or competitive gamer.
Because there's no real need to learn it since final damage remains the same. Either way, I'm really looking forward to what the rest of the series has in store if they choose to keep animating it. Even if you don't, I still recommend it because it is pretty original and you won't find something just like this out there. After leaving the pro scene, he finds work in an Internet Cafe as a manager. Some moments will appear corny to some viewers, but hey, it's an anime about e-sports. This site does not store any files on its server.
Guo is the manager who has the most banter with Ye and is probably my least favorite, since honestly, after the initial episodes, she hardly provides anything to the story, bit even being part of the major team. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. The answer, quite simply, is to watch a likable character and his friends be good at video games. The use of sound works well in emotional moments though without a hint of subtlety. They have no private life: no love relationship, no family life, no financial difficulties. If you were expecting any development around e-sports, you will soon be disappointed.
Because of this, the plot loses consistency because you do not know why such an event takes place or why such a character is introduced. And as their timelines went in exactly opposite directions, the first time Zhou Zekai met Ye Xiu was the last time Ye Xiu met him, and vice versa, which means they could never meet each other after the overlapping part of their timelines. However, while he possesses ten years of experience and in-depth knowledge, starting afresh with neither sponsors nor a team in a game… Donations are always appreciated! If you're the type of person who loves good fight scenes or animation, this series will more than please you. I don't see the interest of following a series where I only have to watch a professional ex-player dismount the enemies one by one without any exploration of the game or characters. Overall: 8 I think you'll definitely like this if you're into gaming or sports animes, because this is kind of a mix between those two. The way he does it in private, and the stance he takes, including his expression, show simply how upset he is about the whole thing, and that he's not the one up there in the tournament. Ostensibly, it is a setup of both his return to the competitive scene and the participating teams that will oppose him but the limited runtime means that it is going to be primarily a spectacle.
The story is very generic. He researched how to upgrade it, but didn't upgrade it because unspecialized couldn't class advance after level 50 when they raised the level cap from 50 he finished the weapon , meaning they were stuck at level 50 while others could go up to level 55, 60, 65 etc. I've never done any E-Sports, nor have I done any real competitive gaming. Character: 8 Likeable characters, except one very talkative character which I find pretty annoying. A big element of the series is watching Xiu grow from replaying the game out of spite and simply not knowing what else to do with his life into loving it once again, which is done very subtly but ends up being satisfactory in the end.
He has such a grasp of the game that if the player is not of the upper levels God characters he'll be able to figure out even the exact reach of the weapons. The animation of the clouds in the sky seems too false and contrasts too much with the animation of the characters. It has eSports elements to it in order to logically and naturally bring in the topic of video games and how the main character Ye Xiu is so good at them. We move from one event to another without logical connection. Rather than the bigger, more campy style voice acting that tends to come out of a series like this, the Chinese opted to do something a lot calmer and natural sounding, which definitely helps the series stand on its own and makes the entire show seem more grounded.
The opening is really attractive and the song is rather pleasant. This really helps the series both focus on being about games and also have a fresh feeling to it, as it's not super interested in feeding into the wish-fulfilment teenager crowd many video game anime target. After leaving the pro scene, he finds work in an Internet Cafe as a manager. That's pretty much how he does it. When Glory launches its tenth server, he throws himself in to the game once more.
I can safely say that I would rather start playing on my computer than watch another show like this. Apparently, there are a number of people sort of upset about character development, or lack thereof, namely for our protagonist. But only Ye Xiu has the muscle memory and knowledge behind making it swing differently from other players. Once Ye gets back to the scene you will see just how dominating he can be. The story isn't grand or anything, but it is really solid, do I have to give it that much credit, especially since it actually assuages certain fears we have. What really bothered me was the lack of any stakes, there is nothing that the protagonist will lose if he loses in the game.
To put it simply, the King's Avatar is great, and hopefully, in this review, I can provide a reason to convince you. The soundtrack isn't really impressive apart from one or two tracks that I found excellent. However, due to a myriad of reasons, he is kicked from the team. With each new world, Ye Xiu creates a team of several players to eliminate the monsters and annihilate the final boss. Characters aren't transported into the game like Sword Art Online. It is not about the struggles of players and the industry.
They struggled against the inescapable force of time but had to face the inevitable. While it may not be the best representation of the eSports scene, it doesn't aim to be, and still manages to have compelling characters and growth. This anime, made in China, shows a true badass in the realm of E-Sports. There is no real construction in the relationships between the characters. Overall 4 Story 0 Animation 0 Sound 0 Character 0 Enjoyment 0 Like Sword Art Online or No Game No Life, King's Avatar is an anime that has aroused great interest when the first episodes were aired. The main character, Ye Xiu has already grown into an expert, and it's not only about seeing him deal with new situations in his already grown state as opposed to most characters growing while dealing with their problems, but it's about seeing how he makes others develop, not only as people, but often as rivals that team up to try to surpass him.