OniAi Blu-ray SAVE Edition

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About OniAi Blu-ray SAVE Edition

The S.A.V.E edition OniAi complete series collection contains episodes 1-12 and OVA episodes 1-6.

When adorable teenager Akiko is reunited with her big brother, Akito, she's determined to take her sisterly affection to the next level! But her BroCon fantasies are dealt a cruel blow by the arrival of three colorful rivals. There's a blonde heiress with a fetish for plushies, a boyish beauty who yearns to serve, and a ravishing redhead who'll stop at nothing to get her man!

Every coy ploy Akiko dreams up is deviously derailed by robes that just happen to fall open, the flashing of come hither eyes, or scandalous splashing in the community bath! While Akiko has her hands full staying a step ahead of the competition, poor conflicted Akito can't help but think: my little sister can't be this... adorable?!

Special Features: Textless Opening and Ending, Trailers.

Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Fan Service, Harem
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 300
  • Release Date: 6/9/2015
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.33
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Worth the watch!

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When I started to watch this, I was like; Why am I watching this! I had to force myself through the first 2 episodes. Then I stopped and put it away for awhile. I picked up more other anime's and felt I should finish this one before watching anything else. I really enjoyed the rest of the season and hope for more!

put this off forever, it was surprisingly good + NOCHROMO confirmed

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If not for the cool piano riff in the Funimation trailer for OA I would never have given it a second look.
Akiko is the entire show, her BROCON is the hurdle you have to get over, and OA makes it as easy as possible. Her brother Akito is as pure in his intentions toward the girls as could be believable. This makes the show work. As off putting as Akiko's obsession is, she is so pure and dedicated and positive that it quickly gets difficult to not want to root for her. Akito's refusal to give in even an inch to any of the girls' advances allows you to not feel disgusting in doing so.
With this formula in place, the show charges ahead through the standard harem tropes and comedy. It's a fun and easy watch because Akiko is infectious.