Um, I don’t think part of the job description of an older brother includes getting a night visit from my little sister who rudely awakens me with a slap and a story about life counselling.
Especially when the topic is about eroge…
I mean, holy fucking shit, I would be fucking shocked if I discovered my younger sister has a mountain of eroge PC games (note how most of them are the same game, multiple copies 1)
Profound words, younger sister. Unfortunately I still don’t see the point.
Before this, I used to think my younger sister is an alien. Now, I am convinced she is one.
Hey! That’s like blaming newspapers for the increase in violent crime!
Oh finally, something true and comprehensible to me. Don’t worry, sis, I already knew that when you were born.
Please try to imagine reading the above from Kyousuke’s point of view. Because I can really empathize with him. In fact, it’s a bit uncanny how much Yuuichi Nakamura’s deadpan portrayal of Kyousuke is almost exactly the same thoughts and feelings I would had, had my younger sister decided to pop that surprise for me too.
I’m quite loving the show so far. In fact, I think this is probably the most level-headed version of the story so far. I think the manga overplayed the fanservice card a bit too much and I didn’t read the novel past chapter one, so the anime is probably going to be the definitive version of the story for me if it keeps this up. Especially with Yuuichi Nakamura’s performance. And hopefully, it won’t focus >too< much on the fanservice elements, especially between the siblings. Otherwise, I think I am going to greatly enjoy this adventure of a poor brother dragged along with his otaku younger sister’s adventures.
1: Did the producers of OreImo sign a cross promotion contract with those eroge producers? Hell they’re even referenced in the credits!