There's some brief attempts in episode 3 of Darwin's Game to make the concept a little more plausible but largely they want to get into this battle royale and apparently killer plants. Here we go again with Darwin's Game.
Episode 2 confirms the worst suspicions about Dawin's Game as we continue to have a plot that has no interest in enlightening the viewer or even suggesting that there's a reason for anything and characters who act inconsistently. All and all this is one title that looks to remain consistently trash for the season yet if you're okay with that it might still be semi-enjoyable.
Double opening episodes can be quite effective when done right but here it just felt like the time was dragging. Which is kind of a shame because in twenty minutes the content delivered here could have been reasonably interesting but instead they gave the viewer plenty of time to think about all the things this anime could have done better. Darwin's Game isn't dead in the water just yet but I'm not expecting much from it.