Estoy preparando un post sobre los imprescindibles de #Budapest y al mirar las fotos que tomé he encontrado algunas bastantes curiosas. Esta, con un pequeño arreglo en la luz, parece sacada de un #anime , ¿no?
Sooooo I finally pushed my fears aside and watched this xD Honestly when they first showed pictures I was looking forward to it as I've watched figure skating my whole life and I'm into anything to do with dance as I used to be a dancer. However, the hype and fan based yaoi pictures majorly put me off. I know the fanbase for yaoi is massive now but I have no interest in it and anything that has a huge hype makes me BLAH 😂
Anywho! I did enjoy this anime to a point. I felt it was made purely to pander to the boy love fanbase and was exceedingly predictable. They made the characters far more emotional than needed. I really wanted to like Yuri as I could relate to him but my God the amount of crying and gushing to Viktor was so cringey. I don't get why people like Viktor either, he's purely manipulative and comes off as a groomer rather than a coach. As for Yurio, I get he's supposed to be an antisocial grinch but at times he too was pushed too far.
I think the animaters did well for the skating scenes though. It cannot have been easy to produce those as skating has so many twists and turns and needs to remain fluid. I think they could have strengthened and focused on the storyline outside of the skating competition like they did at the beginning as it felt like nothing but solid skating competition scenes for about 6 or 7 episodes. Thankfully I could convince myself Yuri and Viktors relationship was a major bromance to a point 😂 oh gosh then the brother who is overly into his sister *eye twitch* just....no! Lol!!! Having said all that it was an easy watch and I can totally see why it has a big fanbase. It won't be on my To Buy list but I'm glad I watched it ^^ The opening theme is stuck in my head now 😂😂😂 #yurionice#anime#animation#yurionicereview#review#nodoubtillgethateforthis