Japanator's Jeff Chuang writes: "The ambition of Oda Nobunaga unified Japan and heralded in a new era. The Ambition of Oda Nobuna, however, aims a lot lower. In a lot of ways, it's as what you would expect--a room full of Sengoku Era warlords and generals, except they are all cute girls of all ages, doing what warlords-as-cute-girls do.
For the people looking in from the outside, that's really the embodiment of what is problematic with late-night TV anime today. But for people looking out from the inside, the Ambition of Oda Nobuna gives us a sliver of hope as to how to execute the historical fiction moe genre in a way that won't embarrass everyone. Click on and see why I'd recommend it."