Action Level: 1/5
You could tell this was based on one of those visual
novel dating sims the Japanese like so much. There was no action what-so-ever, at least, not the type of action you
would find in a shonen series.
Romance Level: 4/5
You know, one thing I never was able to figure out
was whether or not any of the girls were actually related to Wataru. I mean they were obviously really fond of him but
it wasn't clear whether they were calling him by various "Brother" nicknames because they were actually related or simply
as a term of endearment. The reason I ask this is because it makees the times they're coming on to him much less creepy.
Comedy Level: 5/5
Though the series was meant to be a romantic comedy
(or somewhere along the like), the character of Yamada was overkill as comic relief.
Adult Level: 2/5
The various near-sexual situations Wataru ends up in
almost makes me want to roll my eyes. Especially that bath scene with Haruka.
Drama Level: 3/5
Did Wataru ever stop to think about how all these girls
are related to him or even IF they're related to him? Nope, he seemed perfectly fine with it. Did they go into
any back stories? Nope. But they devoted entire episodes to looking for teddy bears, ribbons, and light bulbs.
Overall Level: 4/5
Surprisingly, I found myself enjoying this series.
I enjoyed the various characters and seeing them interact with one another. You can easily view it in one day.
If you're in the move for something lighthearted, I can't recommend this enough.