They could've handled the finish in so many different ways, and most of them would've been far better. Episode 3 is really a prequel and also an alternate history of sorts. Simply put - the execution. I cannot imagine anyone being able to stomach the conclusion of this story unless they're specifically into this kind of thing. At first you feel sorry for Miyu after her rape but then hate her once she begins to enjoy it. I don't think one episode was enough to tell the story they are trying to. This is far from the first time I've been unable to justify what happens, but in all previous cases it has been presented in a way that I can swallow.
In episode 1 the final scene has a subtitle that is repeated 3 times for about 4 different lines of speech, and the final scene of episode two has a fairly long section of dialogue that just doesn't quite make sense, it's just a bad translation. There are other examples too, but I won't cover them. . They are in a slowly progressing, supportive relationship, when Miyu's producer Terada decides he wants a piece of her. Scene by scene she slowly starts to like it and by the last scene you finally get the pay off and she's totally broken and honest with her self. Not only that, but Ryouta did nothing but try to be supportive of Miyu.
This, I think, is due to the internalization of really bad standards about male behavior and ownership of females. By hentai standards, no, even by real-life standards, he's a something of a saint. Please note: All ai kyan episode files listed on DownloadJoy are either indexed from other file hosts, or uploaded by our visitors for their own usage. A second question: Is a victim of rape responsible for being raped? No one in this show, except perhaps Leina, is at all interesting. However, he showed concern when she was troubled, and tried to get her to talk to him of her own accord, if she was ready for it. It's not a perfect comparison, but think of episode 3 like all the different Oni Chichi incarnations.
I'll also warn you that this is a lot less compact and concise and borders more on a rant, but will let you see most of the reasoning as to why I disliked it as much as I did. The sound is up next, and it is not anything exceptional. Overall 3 Story 3 Animation 5 Sound 3 Character 2 Enjoyment 2 It's a shame there's a fetish for hentai like this. With our unique approach to crawling we index shared files withing hours after Upload. This review focuses on the first two episodes. I've already mentioned it, but.
In Miyu's first scene, she really doesn't like it, but there's hints of her being curious and liking it a bit. Her boyfriend just looks at Terada angrily as if that makes anything better. During sex, it was all the usual erotic vocals and noises for a recent hentai production, maybe a little light on the squelching sound effects or whatnot. As an file sharing search engine DownloadJoy finds ai kyan episode files matching your search criteria among the files that has been seen recently in uploading sites by our search spider. So if you were upset that Reina didn't get enough attention in the first two episodes, here's your big pay off. If you aren't, here's a summary: Terada repeatedly rapes Miyu. However, I know there are some people that like that sort of thing.
There are cases where the only factor is sexual frustration, but those are generally the cases where the girl has been thoroughly trained for an extended period of time specifically for that purpose. The positions are somewhat lacking in diversity; the sex is devoid of enthusiasm, energy, and passion; and the seximatography cinematography during sex, for those who aren't familiar with my totally made-up lingo ranges from uninteresting to downright boring for anyone who has seen any other recent hentai productions. I have a decent amount of both knowledge and experience as to how the human mind and reasoning works - both from first-hand knowledge of interacting and discussing with people of both genders aswell as second-hand knowledge found in literature and on the internet. Obviously I'm happy we have any subs at all, but it would be great to have this fixed one day. Not even remotely close to Kamina-level, but I'll take what I can get to make him less repulsive. Another quick note, this series really needs to be re translated.
As I already touched on, even in cases where her argument doesn't hold up it can normally be explained in some other way, most commonly by portraying her as an asshole. None of the characters really stand out except Terada who looks like Gendo Ikari. However, I need to warn those who are more of the same mind as myself before they watch this. For anyone else - stay as far away as possible. The answer, again, is no. The only way I could justify her train of thought would be if she had a serious mental derangement or some form of mental retardation - the problem is that she is presented as a mostly normal person.
I'll elaborate on my thoughts for those interested after wrapping up the body of this review. Personally, I don't like Ryouta finding out and being present during the sex, it totally ruined episode 3 for me. While it does explain Reina's relationship with Ryouta, why Reina is worried about Ryouta and why Miyu doesn't like Reina hanging around with Ryouta who would want their boyfriend hanging out with their ex? Suffice to say, the style is enough of a departure from the first two episodes that some fans will be disappointed while others might actually enjoy it even more. I never understood the appeal of a girl cheating on her loving boyfriend with some rapist. For more on that you'll have to read the spoiler part of the review. Finally, I was happy to see we got Reina's back story in episode 3 and I thought that was a decent choice to continue the series. Ryouta finds out but is powerless to stop it.