It was followed by a bonus DVD episode, Christmas and Spring television specials, and a three episode original video animation (OVA) entitled Love Hina Again.The anime series, special, and OVA were licensed for release in North America by Bandai Entertainment. Soothing instrumental and envigorating intense music. This has any rhythm of music for the mood you're in.
The pacing of the entire series is very reminiscent of E’s Otherwise: first four episodes are engaging, catchy, and exciting, and the remainder, with the exception of the last few, turns into 100% filler and slice of life, which ends up being a huge disappointment.
The first four of DNAngel, in this case, involve Dark taking over Daisuke’s body and stealing a new artifact for unknown reasons.
In the future, the world's overpopulation problem is traced back to Junta Momonari and his supernatural ability to seduce women, which gains him the title of "Mega Playboy".
Though you'd never know it, since currently Junta's powers have not woken up, and he's just your typical Unlucky Everydude with a allergy to women...
Can anyone suggest anything else, maybe a better dating sim game to play with explicit material, consensual sex, proper loving, and a humorous light hearted mood to make the player feel good? What really hooked me was the RPG elements, since there weren't actually that many sex stuff.
Getting stronger/smarter and having more money was pretty cool and moderately addictive.
Right after this hilariously horrible incident, an Action Girl named Karin Aoi travels back in time to "assassinate" his ability by shooting him (non-lethally) with a special bullet that alters his DNA before his powers as Mega Playboy come to the surface...
Unfortunately, she accidentally used a bullet she personally customized to create a "perfect husband" - causing Junta's powers to not only awaken, but be exponentially stronger.
You know the type: super quiet and shy, a pushover for anything that has a vagina (especially the popular girl he has a crush on), and in general, very... He also has a strange dysfunctional family consisting of mom and grandfather, who constantly turn the house into a life threatening obstacle course to train him for unknown purposes. Things change on Daisuke’s 14th birthday, when he’s told about his family history and the heavy burden he must bear.