1. In Another World With My Smartphone
In Another World With My Smartphone is confusing because of the unexpected “turning of the car” in the plot. With the direction of plot development as determined by the title, many other isekai anime series can do even more and better.
Touya wakes up to find he has been reincarnated to a magical realm after suddenly passing away in the real world. Suddenly he became more famous than ever. Touya realizes the fact that his smartphone brought him here, but this piece of technology is quickly forgotten as Touya is able to use magic and possesses outstanding combat skills. It seems that the anime production team wants to change the story, instead of developing it seriously, they want to turn it into a stage for old harem episodes like Earth.
There are many isekai series that explore these basic themes, but not all of them can combine isekai and harem. Such a plot requires tact, but Conception fails to do so. Itsuki, a high school student, reincarnates into the world of Gravania, a country facing grave danger that only Itsuki can help them save. It is worth mentioning here that the way Itsuki saved this Gravania country was by meeting the Star Maidens and giving birth to Star Children with them. The plot is bland, the happenings are blurred, and the repetition has made Conception long and meaningless.
3. High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even In Another World
There is a compulsion in this anime where every character reaches crazy levels in terms of strength, but there is no logical explanation for this jump. High School Progidigies Have It Easy In Another World makes it very clear that all seven of its main characters will reach the limit of their most unbelievable powers.
The girls put these students at the top of their class, and as they reincarnated into the fantasy world, they continued to display excellence and change the world to their liking. There is nothing more boring for the audience when they know these characters always win anyway.
4. Death March To The Parallel World Rhapsody
Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody is another victim of isekai market saturation. Death March is full of typical elements of this genre such as the MMORPG setting – which acts as the setting of the whole movie. Besides, Ichiro Suzuki is a bland protagonist that is restrained and overdeveloped. This makes the harem around him even more uncomfortable and creates humorous situations that do not fit with the plot development. Death March becomes a series with little to no real happenings.
5. Seven Senses of The Re’union
A fairly common content in the isekai genre today is that the characters are all drawn into a different game world, like an MMPRPG game. Seven Sense of the Re’union deals with why friends are reunited, but other than this episode the rest follows the typical isekai motif, nothing new.