This series keeps reminding me of survival horror games. I have no clue why though, I think it’s the crazy angles. It’s cool though, I don’t mind it or anything. So here it is Episode 3. Another episode, another Virus to be killed.

Lock and Load

Lock and Load

In the beginning of this episode, Sumire is heading back to that playground from the last episode where she meet that guy. They are now trading books and such. Sumire is also totally crushing on him too. After we see that, she heads to work (late) and then gets ready.
The client comes in at this point and asks for help with her brother. Of course the job is accepted, because she found the note, which if you can read it or whatever you can see viruses or whatever. So off Sumire and Lucia (Lucia is Ruchia, the subs changed so I am too) go to the clients house.

Once there Lucia is the only one who can get into the brothers room and she tells Sumire not to move. Of course now Sumire moves because of the client. Thus leaving a magic circle. Lucia in the room has just about put the whole thing together. She hears a loud sound and flings the door open, gun out and she finds out Sumire isn’t there…which is bad.

Sumire now finds out that the client is a Virus (what luck she has). So Sumire is being chased around because she isn’t the best at the whole fighting thing. She is able to save herself for a while with a knife though. The thing with this Virus is that she wasn’t taken over completely so she was still herself for a while just not seen by people because she turned.

In the end she sees her brother and instead of running like he did last time, he stood his ground. Lucia shoots her and she is gone, no coming back no being alive. Her brother does not have an easy time at this, but in the end Lucia shows a nice side and gives him a pendent his sister was looking at.

Overall it was an OK episode, it wasn’t all that great; but also was not bad. Can’t really take anything about it because it is only the third episode. I’m still a fan though mostly because of how it reminds me of other animes and games I like. Still, though, a good watch.

Lock and…Jam

Lock and...Jam

Death, very depressing

Death, very depressing