Anime Review: Ruin Explorers

Ruin Explorers
Warpshadow

Review Ruin ExplorersWritten by WarpshadowRating good

Anime has it's very own interpretation to swords and sorcery type fantasy and Ruin Explorers is a very good example of this genre. It isn't great but a worthwhile way to pass a rainy day and let me tell you there are a lot of rainy days where I live.

Rham is a cat tailed shaman and Irie is a swordswoman and together the two are ruin explorers and what they do is pretty self explanatory. In particular they are looking for the ultimate power so they can remove a curse that was placed on Irie by a vengeful magician. Of course with some called the ultimate power there is going to be some competition for it but that is nothing that our intrepid heroes can't handle.

For those familiar with the fantasy genre Ruin Explorers looks like fairly by the book fantasy anime Oav and after watching it I would say that is a pretty good assessment of the title. This Oav clocks in at four episodes which is about the same length as a movie and Ruin explorers plays like a movie that is heavy on action and light on character development. Ruin Explorers is generally light and comedic with enough room for some more serious bits in especially as it gets closer to the ending. The animation quality is pretty decent especially given the show's age but nothing spectacular. Ruin Explorers makes for light entertainment but isn't probably worth more than a rental.

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