Kapodaco | 02-07-13, 11:25 AM
Hello again.Hopefully you remember me.Because I remember you.That's why I read another one of your reviews.By the way, not spacing after the end of every sentence isn't necessarily advised.You should probably stop doing that.
But enough of my critical humor, your Freezing review definitely had some heart to it, but it was cluttered together in a mess of bad grammar. If English isn't your first language, I apologize, but it really hurts your image of a legitimate critic when you can't seem to appropriately space out your sentences and such.
Now, about the review itself, I feel your language may have been a bit too immature. I remember reading somewhere that one of the characters looked like they "really needed to poop", er, yeah, that's not something I want to read in a review. I'll save such things for the bathroom. I also recall you saying the plot is incredibly predictable and has no originality, but never explain the plot. What's a plot again?
Although, I liked your point on how the main character seems to be the only person the anime seems to give a likable personality and any decent attention. That was probably the strong point of your review. The animation and sound part was so-so, as it seemed you got a little "too" into it near the end. We're treading into biased territory here, so take cover as soon as it starts.
That being said, this wasn't one of your better reviews, but it still has potential, like with a lot of your other reviews. With a little language shift and grammar fixes, your review would probably be a lot better received... although your rating of the series probably didn't help with that either. But MAL is biased! So don't let that influence your ratings! Until then, happy reviewing!
okkyblight | 02-07-13, 10:47 AM
just read your freezing review.
HAHA! what you write in that review really represent what i feel when watching that.
i agree with you, TOTALLY, about Kazuya Aoi, his line just "Satelizer senpai" lol, he is the worst male lead ever that i've ever seen, my eyes were burns when i watching him. Poor satelizier, she must pairing with him.
Kapodaco | 01-15-13, 6:02 PM
I have read your Sword Art review! One question: what "pink-haired girls" whom have mental problems are you referring to?
A decent review, but judging from the comments below me, it seems as though feelings for both your review and the anime itself are rather mixed. I personally haven't seen Sword Art past episode eleven, so I can't be one to comment. Eternia's got the right idea. For an anime you gave six, you seem to spend more time praising it than bashing it. That's not to say that you didn't bash it, I specifically remember a whole paragraph about you describing how "bullshit" the second-arc of the story is. Why is it so bad? Try spending some more time focusing on that so that your review doesn't seem so one-sided.
Also, not to knock on the popularity of World of Warcraft, but not everyone will get your "WOW" reference within your review. Be sure to better elaborate on your references so that it leaves a clearer impression on your readers.
Other than that, it was a decent review, I personally liked it more than your Maid-sama review, but that's just me. I look forward to reading more of your reviews in the future! Until then.
Baddie007 | 01-15-13, 10:14 AM
Ur review was "SAO" sweet, chico.
Eternia | 01-15-13, 8:36 AM
Shouldn't you tell us about SAO's bad side also?
Your review is incomplete.
Pate- | 01-15-13, 8:28 AM
All 25 episodes of SAO were shit to me.
Valik93 | 01-15-13, 8:14 AM
well here it is your constructive criticism.
1. The characters are too perfect, which is highly unrealistic and boring.
2. There is no point to the villain, I mean these childish things like taking over the world and being a God and I'm bad BUHAHAHHA... fail.
3. what do we get about the plot? not even a single explanation why Kayaba trapped thousands of people in the virual world...
4. Extremely predictable plot. Especially when the 2nd arc starts.
5. A s**tload of panty shots and slutty poses for nerds to f*p.
6. Some points are totally without any logic/sense. Well yeah... Who's looking for PLOT in anime these days???
In my opinion Accel World (tho I have some problems with this one too) was way better than SAO (at least as an anime, I didn't read any of the novels)
Sorry, but you can't tell that is a nice anime... It is not correct...
Kapodaco | 01-03-13, 1:17 PM
"Other thing worth mentioning it’s that lot of people don’t understand what tsundere* character really means and lable Misaki-chan this way. She is depicted as capable, feisty and caring. Character you can actually admire, relate to and empathise with."
So... you're saying Tsunderes aren't characters that audience members can admire, relate to or empathize with? I apologize for such an abrupt introduction, but these two sentences rubbed me the wrong way, as I don't agree with your opinion (see Aisaka Taiga from Toradora).
Anyway, the reason I'm here, if you couldn't tell already, is because I read your review of Kaichou wa Maid-sama. In saying that, I'll get right down to business: the review needs a little work.
Firstly, your description of the anime feels as rushed as Sonic the Hedgehog's recent production line. You almost go into explaining the first episode as opposed to explaining the synopsis of the actual story. What will people benefit from by you telling them the characters' names and their personality traits if they don't know why it matters to the story?
Secondly, your voice in the review seems a tad too familiar. Try to present yourself as one who's seen all sorts of anime so that this particular one doesn't seem interesting to you (even if it was). Without this hesitation, some people will be led to believe that your review is biased based on everything positive or relaxed you make the anime sound. Ignorance is key; make them WANT to know more about the anime with sharp innuendos and informative characterizations.
Finally, your ending wasn't really an ending (sound familiar?). Your closing paragraph did little to leave the reader any closure in regards to the anime. You begin to talk about how Usui always seems to be there for Misaki whenever she needs someone to depend on, then you stop. Why stop there? Think about why you thought this was necessary to close out on. What was the purpose of it all? Anything you could recommend in regards to this type of anime? You simply put too much attention on the characters and not on the review itself.
Regardless of this, your review is at least formatted well. After countless hours of short, unorganized, bland reviews, it's nice to see someone put a little effort into trying to point out their views professionally. However, you still need to work out some of those chinks in the armor. If you continue to review in the future, keep this in mind: think objectively, don't focus your review on one particular thing and remember the describe! Until then.
JustinNateal | 09-22-12, 4:17 AM
don't worry, you won't be disappointed :))
JustinNateal | 09-21-12, 12:26 AM
Sankarea did have a story, and yes you just didn't see it. The reason that sankarea seems incomplete is because the anime stopped just when things were beginning to get interesting. i recommend that you read the manga, since it WAY ahead of the anime. I do appreciate that you said the reasons as to why you didn't like it, since i really hate assholes who just want to flame a good anime without proper reason.