Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 Review: He Obviously Wasn’t In Any Actual Danger

No one really believed that come Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4, Hajime would have faced any adversity or been in any real danger. Did those beliefs come true? Let’s find out in this review!

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 Overview

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 Title

Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2 or Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 in original Japanese is an Isekai, fantasy and romance anime brought to the medium of anime by Studios Mother and asread. Asread is known for anime such as the first season of Arifureta and Mirai Nikki. Meanwhile, this season is Studio Mother’s first anime adaptation of any kind.

This season is being directed by Akira Iwanaga, the mind behind several anime projects such as Corpse Party and Kingdom. The series is adapted from a light novel written by Ryou Shirakome and TakayaKi. This episode of the show is thus also referred to as Arifureta From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Season 2 Episode 4, and Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 Episode 4. Click here to read our review of the previous episode of the show.

– Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou Season 2 Episode 4 Review does not contain spoilers –

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 Review- Getting a Little Sick Of This

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Each and every one of us has biases. We all have things that we love, and we hate, things that we like to see and things that we don’t. We take one look at some things and decide that they aren’t worth our time, even if that one look might not have been enough to give us the entire picture. As a fan, that’s completely reasonable and acceptable behaviour. We can’t all like one thing (unless it is called Attack on Titan or Fullmetal Alchemist), and most of us aren’t into the same kind of media.

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That’s not the case for people like this writer, who have to put their prejudice aside to give everything an equal chance and a fair review. I wouldn’t dare complain about it since that would just be entitlement, and tedium is part of most jobs, if not all of them. Most people give a show about 3-4 episodes before forming an opinion and deciding to watch it or skip it, which is the same for me. It has been 4 episodes since the second season of Arifureta started, and now I can honestly and confidently state that I do not like the show.

Flying Myu Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4

So far, at the very least. It has some obvious and glaring problems that everyone who enjoys it just seems to ignore for some reason, and I don’t think I can anymore. Hajime isn’t a very good protagonist because he is just every generic, power-hungry, overachieving jackass of a guy. The storyline is barely comprehensible, and the show seemingly cuts out more than it leaves in an episode. Half the magical concepts stopped making sense after episode 4 of Season 1, and the other half never made much sense in the first place.

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Add that to every female character developing an insatiable lust for Hajime as soon as they meet him alongside various other issues, and you have an anime that has never risen above a 5/10 but remains popular among the masses. Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 was the worst offender out of every complaint I have with the show. Hajime and the gang escape by defying physics and logic, naturally. They then reunite Myu with her parents, and her mother immediately falls in love with him and asks him to marry her. He is 17.

What is the endgame here? Hajime is shown to be an all-powerful God in his encounters with his “enemies”. Who stands a shot at defeating him, especially after seeing how strong his entourage is? Will the government be able to stop him? Does the government care enough? Who says that their might stands a chance against the great protector Hajime? How many girls will he add more to his Harem? Am I going to be sane enough after writing this review?

Verdict

Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 was bad, but that’s just what the show is like. Nothing interesting happened over the course of 23 minutes, and you will probably come out of it a worse person than you walked in.

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Arifureta Season 2 Episode 4 was bad, but that's just what the show is like. Nothing interesting happened over the course of 23 minutes, and you will probably come out of it a worse person than you walked in.

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