It's actually quite nice that the decision gets made because it means we can take the show's romance, as well as the series as a whole, a bit more seriously.
Don't worry, though, there's still plenty of fan service too, as well as a dash of ecchi to top it off.
A unique series to say the least, if you're not put off by the drool then Nazo no Kanojo X is a very interesting, if unusual, watch.
Hideki "Rusian" Nishimura doesn't trust girls in online games. Not after the girl he liked crushed him by rejecting his marriage proposal and telling him she was an older dude.
While there are plenty of ecchi and romance series about, shows often have some difficulty straddling the two genres, with the more ecchi series not being taken seriously, and the more romantic series lacking in ecchi.
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry kind of tricks you into thinking it's going to be a harem, when actually the pairing is quite quickly decided, with Stella and Ikki becoming a couple only a few episodes in.After the death of their parents, Sora and Haruka Kasugano are returning to their old home, where they grew up as children, to make a fresh start in a familiar place.With old friends to catch up with and plenty of new friends to make, things seem to be looking up for the pair, at least on the surface.As it's a visual novel adaptation, Yosuga no Sora is done in an omnibus format with each girl's route getting a few episodes before the timeline resets.Despite the resets, Sora and Haruka's relationship is built up very well throughout the series, leading to a very climactic final arc.