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It's basically an anime version of Speed, you know, a bomb on a train, and the train can't stop. But since it's city hunter, there are always some nice tricks in it(markmanship and driving skill, it's Saeba Ryo, the #1 gun for hire in the world, so go figure.) The anime work is nice, it can finally match Hojo-sensei's original style, and the music is pretty good. The only thing that I don't really like is the lack of Ryo-Kaori interaction. The usual "mallet-style" is there, but it didn't show the softer, more emotional side of their relationship.
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