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Nov 10, 2013
Oddly enough, a decision made by Toei Animation was agreed to give the character designs for the two protagonists in Splash Star appearances reminiscent to that of the two protagonists of the first Precure installment. Whatever the reason was for this, Splash Star should not be dismissed for watching merely due to little similar character designs, as some people do apparently. As the saying goes, one should not judge a book by its cover, as Splash Star contains the best quality of writing of all Precure installments that exist to this date.

Adhering to the firmly rooted staple within the Pretty Cure franchise, girls attired in read more
Jul 1, 2013
Neon Genesis Evangeli- I mean, Devil Survivor 2 the Animation, is a great example of an adaptation from a video game to television gone wrong. Having beaten the video game myself, this anime adaptation was a severe disappointment from start to finish in many off-putting ways. The writing in this anime is childish as it constantly uses well-known clichés, character archetypes who never develop past their cardboard cut-out selves, spills melodrama all over the floor, and everything feels rushed and unconvincing. It is rather, to put it simply, a monstrosity. Now, the story of the video game wasn’t exactly original nor was it interesting, so read more
Dec 30, 2012
WARNING: This review contains spoilers.

A virtual reality MMORPG where you’re transported to a massive gaming universe and control your own body as fluidly as in real life sounds like the peak of video gaming works at this age. This is Sword Art Online. What makes the setting fascinating is the immense size and the possible content that could be utilized. There are one hundred levels and each level contains cities and monsters and includes various things to do. All this can appeal to video gamers even more. What more could a video game fan want as a setting? Combine that with the show’s brilliant premise read more