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Toriko: Part 2 Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"Toriko: Part 2 manages to pick up where Part 1 left off rather successfully by taking viewers deeper into the Gourmet Age by not only offering actual character development and story progression but explaining previously unknown aspects and setting a goal paired alongside impressive fight sequences. However where it has improved in narrative, the animation quality and visuals continue to drop to even lower levels than what was found in Part 1. Toriko: Part 2 continues to feature exuberant English voice work partnered with a better prepared narrative, the series’ animation continues to sour what could be a refreshing shōnen experience."

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LinkageAX1363d ago

Man these guys are tanked.

koga881363d ago

Does.... does he have an eight pack in that image? Is that a possible thing? Still seems like a show that I'm going to give a miss regardless of how the story may be picking up. I can't get over the whole "food is the plot" aspect of it.

OJSoFunky1363d ago

I truly recommend you watch/read this, its amazing, after you get over the food part you'll enjoy it so much, it has great adventures and fights, its a perfect shonen

Simon_Brezhnev1363d ago (Edited 1363d ago )

Yeah i love the manga. People judge it by the plot all the time. It's a reason why its getting some of the top sales now. I like the fact Toriko is smart and strong but not the best.