I think it's guaranteed an anime given the sales number (would have to dig up some info to back this claim but shall do that another time), just right now the material is too little (I mean many chapters only have 14 pages).
Even with 6 volumes, there are too much left unexplored at the moment. The story is pretty simple when you think about it, but the amount of character depth conveyed for the whole cast is pretty stellar because of the dialogues (like you mentioned) and she can draw the faces so well.
Personally, I do find that a spoiler... Though to be veeeeery honest, Naoto's anime design just scream "reverse trap" so much that we can just slide her gender for a girl I mean, that fingers are way too... Pretty? For a male character Still, I actually think it's a big spoiler, since her arc is designed in that she hid the fact that she is a girl and not exactly visible in the eyes of the gamers in Japan beforehand (English knows because a.) VA and b.) THOSE. SPOILING. PEOPLE. /sob and all... The gamers in the thread, though, just spoils all the fun for the newcomers =____='a
... Frankly though, I really have no enthusiasm on fangirling in the AS anime thread when it comes to Naoto. The other girls fans are just too ridiculously sniping and cheeking What's wrong with loving Naoto more than Rise or Chie or Yukiko, dammit. ;-;
P4U is definitely getting to be very interesting, me likey all the prospects and the background story :3 And I did play some of ArcSys games beforehand, Guilty Gear (particularly the uhh... What was that, XX? Accent Core? IUNNO THE ONE WITH THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF I-NO baww) being my favourite of them. BlazBlue is also interesting enough to keep me kicking my cousin with Noel or Jin, but I never played Continuum Shift... Yet. Though to be fair, my attention to fighting games are pretty limited, seeing I am more of story-oriented gamer xD
I'm rather impressed with how the really good tracks have been spread out. Sometimes you'll get multiple soundtracks for a show and it seems like they pack all of the good ones into the very first one.
To avoid off topic discussion in the Rurouni Kenshin thread.
Originally Posted by Shiroth
I know for a fact you'd enjoy Simoun, Shion no Ou and the Maria-sama ga Miteru seasons. Give them a try.
That's a strong statement .
That tempts me to check them out, but I'll have to first let my soul recover over some of their recent stuff as a precautionary measure. I recently raged rewatching Fate/Stay Night with a friend (First time I've seen it again after playing the VN, though I don't think that even matters at this point).
I mean sure, these stories sound like they have interesting premises or are based on interesting works, but I could have said the same for a lot of their stuff. Perhaps if they stick away from anything remotely action in plot it would be more watchable. What gets me about a lot of their works is simply how cheap looking it is.