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I'm not gonna say it started as a big let down, because it wasn't at all. It was pretty good in many points: the soundtrack was "decent", the drawing trying to appeal to Naoko's originals were a nice update, also many background drawings were pretty nice. The hit also the right button by trying to keep make up sequences. The 2 things most of fans don't like and I kinda agree with them are: personalities (too weak, too little time on screen many of them) and 3D effects that didn't belong to the style. But they improved a lot going from 2nd arc (equivalent to SM R old series) to 3rd arc (INFINITY, SM S in the old series), then 3D was relegated to only exceptional cases, so make up sequences got really smooth, nice drawn, the look really really nice now, cannot complain. Sometimes the tone of the series gets dramatic, even EPIC, not gonna throw away any spoiler, but many but 2 or 3 moments surpassed old series level of execution, they passing, the personality threats, the time on screen got all better. So, to sum up I can say ARC 1 & 2 (SM SMR) were decent, while ARC3 "INFINITY" was AWESOME, better than the original in many points. Hope DREAMS gets even better.
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