In search of the Lost Future season 2 Release Date
I honestly don’t know why this show has such a low score. Perhaps too many people didn’t adhere to the old adage “don’t judge a book by its cover”.
Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete has a very interesting story indeed. Without spoiling anything for the potential viewers, the story is at its core a mystery. Until a certain episode, we are kept in the dark as to what the purpose is for the numbers on screen, and the relationship of the main story to the first scene in the first episode. Needless to say, when everything is revealed, it all makes sense. With the ending though, some viewers may not be satisfied. I, for one, believe that an ending is paramount to the conclusion of a series. I applaud Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete’s writers and staff for not pulling an ending out of their ass. The ending fits perfectly with the series, yet it leaves me wanting more.
Having looked over quite a few of the screens from the visual novel, I’m surprised at the huge decrease in production quality. Now granted, this is Studio FEEL we’re talking about here, not necessarily your highest budget studio like ufotable or Madhouse, but I found the artwork “different” from other shows. While the visual novel is beautifully drawn and painted, giving each still a watercolor effect, complete with excellent and beautifully selected colors, the anime is flat, plain, and for some, an eyesore. But it’s good, overall.
Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete was an anime I have wanted to watch ever since I knew of its existence before it even started airing. I don’t know how, but it just seemed to captivate me. Thus, I waited to watch this adaptation of the eroge of the same name, and at last, my waiting paid off. Honestly, I want another season!
“I’ll see you again tomorrow, right?”