Tales of Wedding Rings Season 1 Review – Ambitious yet underwhelming adventure falls flat

Season 1



Episode Guide

Episode 1 – | Review Score – 3.5/5
Episode 2 – | Review Score – 2/5
Episode 3 – | Review Score – 2.5/5
Episode 4 – | Review Score – 2.5/5
Episode 5 – | Review Score – 2/5
Episode 6 – | Review Score – 2/5
Episode 7 – | Review Score – 2.5/5
Episode 8 – | Review Score – 3/5
Episode 9 – | Review Score – 1.5/5
Episode 10 – | Review Score – 2/5
Episode 11 – | Review Score – 3/5
Episode 12 – | Review Score – 1.5/5

Tales of Wedding Rings Season 1 Review

In Tales of Wedding Rings, Hime is an otherworldly beauty who has a crush on Sato, a high school kid who is head over heels for her. Consequently, without hesitation, Sato pursues her back to her own world to attend her wedding.

Following that, all of a sudden, Sato is the new groom when Hime kisses him! In this particular setting, Hime has the title of Ring Princess, while her spouse is fated to become the Ring King—a formidable hero.

The plot of the show revolves around Satou, who, after marrying Hime, the Ring Princess, ascends to the position of Ring King. He is on a mission to defeat the Abyss King to save his wife’s world. He engages in the process of collecting rings from Ring Princesses of other kingdoms by marrying them. As Satou, his wives, and his mentor travel to different kingdoms in order to collect the rings that are necessary to destroy the Abyss King, the mythology also includes a great deal of action and thrilling elements.

The themes of love, duty, and bravery are explored throughout the show. The anime presents a significant amount of its own distinctive mythology, which is portrayed through a relatively contemporary lens. Despite the fact that the show does not succeed in its attempt and does not do a very good job of delving into the mythological elements, the attempt is certainly worthy of praise.

The beginning of the anime is quite excellent, and it really grabs your attention and makes you want to know more about the plot. The plot, on the other hand, becomes increasingly less compelling as the episodes progress. In addition, the fact that the show has a protagonist who is unbelievably weak and does not appear to have any sort of strength doesn’t help the show. The appeal of the anime is significantly diminished as a consequence of this, and you also experience feelings of frustration throughout the journey. In spite of this, Satou’s wives are not only powerful in their own right but also quite interesting, which is a somewhat redeeming aspect. Despite this, it does not compensate for the fact that the protagonist and the storyline are mediocre.

In addition, the show makes use of animation, sound design, and character sketches that are not particularly noteworthy. There is nothing about the show that truly stands out, which contributes to the overall impression that it is quite mediocre.

Tales of Wedding Rings Season 1 as a whole has a weak protagonist, poor mythology, and a weak storyline. Consequently, it is probably best to avoid watching the anime.


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