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Score: 6.05/10

Infinite Dendrogram [DUB]

Eng Title : Infinite Dendrogram

JP Title : -インフィニット・デンドログラム-

Year : 2020

Genre : Fantasy, Game

Season : Winter 2020

Status : Ongoing

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 11/13

Duration : 23 min. per ep.

Studios : NAZ

Synopsis

In the year 2043, , the world's first successful full-dive VRMMO was released. In addition to its ability to perfectly simulate the five senses, along with its many other amazing features, the game promised to offer players a world full of infinite possibilities. Nearly two years later, soon-to-be college freshman, Reiji Mukudori, is finally able to buy a copy of the game and start playing. With some help from his experienced older brother, Shuu, and his partner Embryo, Reiji embarks on an adventure into the world of . Just what will he discover and encounter in this game world known for its incredible realism and infinite possibilities? (Source: J-Novel Club)

I’m not sure if Infinite Dendrogram is consciously pouring most of its effort into its world-building, or if that’s just the only part the writing actually has interest in. That’s the main question I had to consider this week as, in lieu of any actual part of a real story, the series opted for a solid half-hour block of the characters sitting around tables recapping in-universe events and discussing the mechanics thereof. It’s self-indulgent setup that may have worked better as blocks of text in novel form, but here come off as resource-friendly stalling, even with a couple attempts to spice up the presentation for us.

You know some weird storytelling choices are being made when this episode opens with Ray and pals discussing the resolution of the player-killer subplot that catalyzed last week. The framing means they’re just as confused about how things got taken care of as we are, paving the way for new character Marie Adler to appear and explain things. I like Marie- She’s got a cool look, she’s a reporter-type, a kind of character I tend to be fond of, and there’s a modicum of spunk to her personality. Her habit of taking charge of the discussions and conversations she’s involved in means folks like Nemesis actually get someone halfway-interesting to bounce off of sometimes now.

Marie’s first little story-within-the story is where the episode goes the hardest, showing us Figaro, the top-tier player we met last week, in action against a batch of PKs. Dendrogram’s presentation has been pointedly average thus far, but there’s a spark of sharp direction to this encounter, from Figaro’s vicious fighting expressions to the over-the-top atmospheric attack he uses to finish off the killers’ leader. As with most of the discussion this episode, some world-building details are snuck in as well, like there being contracts that players can be bound to abide by with each other, or the point that pain isn’t something the players experience, but can still be communicated by exceptionally high-end attacks. It’s basic stuff, but it’s about as interesting as this episode gets, and telling that those behind Infinite Dendrogram decided, just three episodes in, that stuff like this would be more interesting to follow than Ray’s meanderings.

The other details of the player-killer-killers are shorter and less dedicated. Though we do get one pretty interesting introduction: A Japanese religious group from the real world has set up a branch in this online one, its possibilities specifically catering to their tenets. As with other ideas Dendrogram has introduced, the implications of this idea are far more compelling for us to consider on our own than the minimal analysis it gets in-story. The scope of Dendrogram’s world and apparent popularity naturally means that outside groups would turn to it for recruitment and progression of their ideals, and the ways that could interact with in-game organizations has a lot of possibilities. Will we actually see any of those possibilities play out beyond a couple minutes of this Lunar Society stabbing player-killers in the throats? That remains to be seen.

Anyway, this episode spends its first half showing us all that just to get to the singular key detail that the ‘Superior’ killer who took Ray out last episode was left alive, so our hero and his sword special-friend can theoretically head off to get revenge on him themselves. If you’re thinking that’s where an actual story arc may kick off though, you’ve clearly learned nothing, as no sooner do they arrive at the razed forest where the killer was last seen than they get waylaid into another discussion around a table with Cheshire, one of the admin units of the game. This is just to set up some more light mystery-boxes about what a special Embryo Nemesis is. They do again tease some potentially-interesting ideas, specifically the question of how you punish acting-out player characters in a setting where they could easily log out or reset themselves, but the surface of that subject is barely scratched. It’s so weird how Infinite Dendrogram seems so keen on its own world-building, just not as much on the actually-intriguing parts of it.

Such as it is that the last chunk of this episode sees Ray and Nemesis only nominally moving forward on their revenge quest, sitting down at another table for another rambling discussion about random facets of the world we haven’t yet heard about. And here, eighteen-and-a-half minutes in, Infinite Dendrogram throws the narrative equivalent of a bucket of cold water on my face by practically-offhandedly revealing that Rook’s character-class is Pimp! It’s an astoundingly cavalier admission, to the point that I first questioned if I hadn’t just dozed off during the show and dreamed it. But no, Rook is an actual-factual, official in-game Pimp, who reads off character-sheet powers like ‘Male Temptation’ and ‘Female Monster Enhancing”. And compounding Dendrogram’s frustrating style of storytelling, we spend just a couple cursory seconds getting the idea that Rook himself doesn’t actually know what this job really is, before Ray brushes it off and we’re back to vague discussions of adventures this group might eventually go on. Free Infinite Dendrogram anime watch and download.

It’s impossible to call this episode a total waste of time, since key points are set up that will clearly become important in the coming weeks. And there’s that cool fight with Figaro at the beginning and some exciting portents of enemies to come right at the end. But for the most part this episode is like listening to an extremely rambling, unfocused, fantasy-land podcast- The kind where you hopelessly intone to the pre-recorded hosts “No, go back, that topic actually sounded interesting!”. I feel like the order of things could have been shuffled to help keep us in the moment this show so thinks is worth our time. At least our heroes seem like they’ll actually be hitting the road next week, and they’ll be bringing Marie along too, which is good. As I said, I like her.

6.05 Ranked #7717Popularity #1611Members 66,508Winter 2020TVNAZ Add to ListEpisodes: 0 /13* Your list is public by default. PV 1 play More videos EditSynopsis In the year 2043, , the world's first successful full-dive VRMMO was released. In addition to its ability to perfectly simulate the five senses, along with its many other amazing features, the game promised to offer players a world full of infinite possibilities. Nearly two years later, soon-to-be college freshman, Reiji Mukudori, is finally able to buy a copy of the game and start playing. With some help from his experienced older brother, Shuu, and his partner Embryo, Reiji embarks on an adventure into the world of . Just what will he discover and encounter in this game world known for its incredible realism and infinite possibilities? (Source: J-Novel Club) EditBackground No background information has been added to this title. Help improve our database by adding background information here. No one likes ads. We know that. 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EditRelated Anime Adaptation: Infinite Dendrogram More charactersCharacters & Voice Actors Nemesis Nemesis Main Oono, Yuuko Japanese Oono, Yuuko Mukudori, Reiji Mukudori, Reiji Main Saitou, Souma Japanese Saitou, Souma Starling, Shu Starling, Shu Supporting Hino, Satoshi Japanese Hino, Satoshi Adler, Marie Adler, Marie Supporting Hikasa, Yoko Japanese Hikasa, Yoko Fusou, Tsukuyo Fusou, Tsukuyo Supporting Babylon Babylon Supporting Takada, Yuuki Japanese Takada, Yuuki Grandria, Liliana Grandria, Liliana Supporting Yuuki, Aoi Japanese Yuuki, Aoi Mr. Franklin Mr. Franklin Supporting Matsuoka, Yoshitsugu Japanese Matsuoka, Yoshitsugu Holmes, Rook Holmes, Rook Supporting Koichi, Makoto Japanese Koichi, Makoto Lesseps, Hugo Lesseps, Hugo Supporting Murase, Ayumu Japanese Murase, Ayumu More staffStaff Kobayashi, Tomoki Kobayashi, Tomoki Director Koizumi, Kisuke Koizumi, Kisuke Sound Director Momose, Yuuichirou Momose, Yuuichirou Script, Series Composition Yuuki, Aoi Yuuki, Aoi Theme Song Performance EditOpening Theme "Unbreakable" by Aoi Yuuki EditEnding Theme "Reverb" by Aya Uchida More reviewsReviews Feb 9, 2020 5 of 13 episodes seen Overall Rating: 3 GrayRealm (All reviews) 33 people found this review helpful I dropped it after 5 episodes. The series have a very interesting premise with amazing potential, and occasionally there's a moment of decent comedy. The problem is the potential isn't realized, and the decent comedy is padded with dreadful shounen. With all the shounen stereotypes - like the protagonist being as pure as a saint, clenching teeth dramatically, talking about moral values mid fight (extra fun if there's some sort of time limit, but the hero keeps chatting), villains being too obvious, and the protagonist feeling rightful fury.... This doesn't work for me and induces cringe at best. It is a pity. Details: Story 3/10. Nice potentital and idea, but the read more permalink | report Jan 30, 2020 4 of 13 episodes seen Overall Rating: 6 Ellenwitch (All reviews) 24 people found this review helpful I'm not really sure what to say about this anime. While there is a level of interest within it's story, and the characters it presents. But for me so far, it's just another one of those shows of going to a fantasy land, which I've seen a dozen times at this point. But that doesn't do this show justice of course, as it's not all bad. The art style is really neat and pleasing to look at. Along with the movements of everything, it really went together well. Along with the sound really matched well scene by scene, two things that are very important to make an anime go well. As for the characters themselves, they're cool, like who would've thought we'd see a mini gun using bear in anime lmao. But besdies them, they really went all in making these characters different the game's embryo system. With each one being different to it's user, and them also having their own personality, it's almost as if they're real, a nice touch. All in all Infinite Dendrogram is nice game based anime, but overall it's just that for me. It's not bad, but not certainly amazing either. So I feel a 6 or a 7 out of ten is fitting for this show. But who knows, it can get better as it goes along. So give a chance for now! Helpful show less permalink | report Feb 3, 2020 4 of 13 episodes seen Overall Rating: 4 XYZinferno (All reviews) 14 people found this review helpful This review is based off of the four episodes that I have seen thus far in the anime. I have not read the manga. As far as the first four episodes go, I would say it doesn't offer anything new to the isekai genre of anime, and it does not hook me as other isekai anime would, such as No Game No Life, Rising of the Shield Hero, or That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. The "special" part about the anime is that the main character's embryo is Nemesis, and that having a maiden embryo is something special. However, it becomes hard for me to care about an anime with characters as basic such as the protagonist. In addition, it is explicitly stated/demonstrated that players can toggle pain on/off, and can respawn after a delay. This removes most seriousness for me, and the prospect of an infinite array of powers/abilities doesn't capture my interest as much, because as we've seen in isekai and non-isekai animes alike, powers can be vast and varied, even if it isn't the main focus. Granted, my opinion of this anime can change as time goes on, and if characters are developed more, or the plot thickens, but based on the premises established in the first few episodes, and comparing them with the first episodes of animes in the same genre, my prediction would be that this anime won't stray away from generic isekai anime tropes and will result in a lackluster experience. Nothing abhorrent, but nothing remarkable, either.

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