The Japanese economy is currently in the middle of a huge transformation. A generation ago, a Japanese person could finish school and seamlessly transition into a company job. The job might have grueling hours, but in return it offered lifetime employment at a good wage. Japanese men sacrificed their time with their families so that they could reliably provide for their families. Fast forward to today: production has shifted to China, Japan has endured a period of low economic growth and few jobs promising lifetime employment exist. Young people in Japan face an uncertain future as they fight for jobs that promise temporary employment at best. [C] Control styles itself as a show about economics that focuses on the big issues of the economic future for Japanese youth. Whether it can address those questions successfully, even as it spends much of its time on fights between monsters, remains to be seen.