If you think it's a "deteriorated remake", it was "the best sequel"
I never thought that I would be able to relive the shock of seeing "Higurashi When They Cry" for the first time in "Karma".
In conclusion, I thought this work was the "best sequel" for "fans".
At first, there were many parts where I felt that "I'm just remaking something roughly", "The picture is beautiful but the atmosphere is ruined", and "If this is the case, the old animation is fine", and honestly, "Who will be pleased to see this ..." While thinking, I saw up to about 3 episodes and retired early.
After a while, I saw the topic of "karma" on Twitter, and when I started to look at it for a while, it was 2:00 midnight.
I was running non-stop until the latest story.
In the first half (1st cool), I thought "I don't know who to embrace" and "Random deterioration remake", and as soon as I entered the second half (2nd cool), the viewpoint of the story was two. It turns around and accelerates steadily, leading to the unexpected and most delicious development of "Oh yeah! This is this!".
A loop work that depicts a detailed human drama that is different from the loop work of the mystery genre of the old animation, while keeping the violent world view and grotesque elements.
If possible, it's best if you can see "Karma" after watching the old anime.
I think it's a waste to just look at the "karma" and enjoy it.
I was wondering if it was a "remake work that I want young people today to see," but in a good way I was deceived by the fact that it was a "gift for fans who have liked the Higurashi series so far." ..