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May 4, 2013
As of this point, there's nothing much to talk about the art and soundtrack of the BB series. Along with my BB1 and BB2 review, it is easy to say that the art and soundtrack are both fantastic. It's logical to say that BB4 - BB6 should have the same artistic styles, opening themes and ending themes so as of this point, it's redundant to talk about these. Let's just focus on the story, characters and enjoyment to make this and future reviews concise and simple.

BB3 works well with incorporating a lot of flashbacks in order to support the character development. The story proceeds well read more
May 4, 2013
It doesn't take much for an anime to get me excited. BB2 is no exception to this. It starts off action packed and consistent from where it left off from BB1. The scenes still help us visualize the fact that Hodr's Kingdom is truly falling and is truly at a disadvantage when compared to the platoon of Zess. The story is nevertheless brilliant, and this is all because of the wonderful execution. Truth to the matter is, it can be quite typical at times. However, the story and characters all develop beautifully to the fact that it makes you want to know more about the read more
May 3, 2013
Coming from common knowledge of mecha animes, Break Blade 1 doesn't go that far from reintroducing different viewers to what is really appreciated as a great genre of anime.

To start things off, I could say that BB1 is something very typical of an action/military that contains a hero. It's cliche, as some of the reviews had already said. However, I admired how it was implemented well. There's great character development which helps the movement of the story. Rygart, who I can describe as an unconventional hero since he lacks the ability that all of the people around him possess, shines out. His lack of power read more
May 2, 2013
I'd like to make this review as short and as concise as possible given that I am only starting to create reviews.

Most of the reviews that I read about SAO all talk somewhat negatively of the said anime adaptation of the popular novel series. I never read an entire volume myself but I tried to read a bit and I was utterly amazed at how different the novels are from the animation.

To tell the truth, I was hooked badly through the first episode. There's that great concept of survival and death playing around in the minds and hearts of all the players trapped in read more