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I guess what can be endearing about the first two titles, and what fails miserably in the third one is the style and
presentation. The first two are a sample of better times in anime, when it was colourful and extreme, full of engrish
and fanservice, but also when it was such a novel concept in this side of the ocean. W and Excess have several in-jokes,
very funny omake sections (complete with "fake" television static), and pop culture references, as well as
references to other titles (from Robocop to Evangelion, to Tokimeki Memorial, Hentai Gaming, and even to Segata Sanshiro
CMs of the time).
This, taken with a quirky, over the top sense of humour, and lots of fan service and mature jokes, just makes the story endearing.
With W, despite the ecchi content, it was properly placed and it didn't distract from the plot which centers around the protagonists charged with special missions in which their enemy is a mysterious criminal mastermind. The girls of the OVA have cool personalities and great character design. For a taste of good classic ecchi anime Burn Up W is a title I would reccommend. It has the best of what ecchi has to offer for those who love ecchi. The TV series sequel to W, eXcess is pretty good, but doesn't have the gripping plot and awesome music of the former and the battle armor for eXcess looks horrible looking, the battle armor of W is better designed. I do like the love story for Maki in the TV series though and considering the end left her story open-ended, I tend to think she and Masato ran off together to start over.
Good times... when chicks are rude sexys (no moe) and had deadly weapons, based in the short manga (only 1 volume) of Oh! Great, i think the only good adaptation of Oh! great titles , the comedy of this anime is very hilarious and black in some cases, the character design have this old school anime style from the 90's (we need consider the fact of early style of Oh!great), the plot of this anime centers in some short stories without some argumetal consequences and must be considered the introduction to bunrp excess series.