To be honest, I think the show would be much funnier and sweeter if the show's art style allowed Mamako to look and sound more like a middle-aged woman and less like a young millennial cosplaying as mom, but anime is going to anime, I suppose. What I liked about this premiere is that it makes absolutely no bones about taking itself seriously, and the self-referential humor is decently funny throughout. The running joke about government worker Shirase's name sounding like her job description is a little weak, but I'll take a few lame jokes as long as they're outnumbered by the good ones. What separates these "Rumors" from "Witches" and what are the "Uwasa" things? It is also amusingly dodgy about how the whole process of transporting someone into the game actually works, even admitting up front that it cannot explain the process. There's also an attempt at more dramatic content during Masato and Mamako's conversation in the tutorial arena, and this is decent if unspectacular. The main gag here, of course, is that Masato not only cannot get away from his mother, but he is also being overwhelmingly outclassed by her right from the start, and she doesn't waste much time in showing that.
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