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Feb 23, 2019
It started off kinda slow, and it took an episode for me to get used to the different art style, aka "bad CG". But the world made me curious so I decided to keep watching. The longer I watched the more curious I become. Who are these people? Who made them?what happened to the world?
To me, this anime has a similar feel as Girls' Last Tour. Both exploring a post apocalyptic world. They experiment with what they find, but for the most part, they are so focused on surviving that they don't wonder too much about the world around them. Girls' Last read more
Jun 23, 2018
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Objectively speaking, the romance itself is kinda cliche, other than the fact that it is between two girls. They go through some of the same romantic drama that you see in other romances. They get closer, something happens and they get awkward, then they get closer, then something happens and their fighting or something. But it was also very different because the interactions between two girls was quite different from any other real romance I've watched.

Also, the characters themselves seemed a lot different to me. Maybe I've seen too many harems, but this didn't have any same old boring character types. Even though the events read more
Feb 18, 2018
I didn't want to watch this anime. I don't normally enjoy magical girl shows. I dropped both Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura. (I tell myself they are only on hold until I can get back to them but I never do) The formula of magic item causing problems and innocent girl fixes it with random girly love power can't keep me interested.

Princess Tutu started out with pretty much the same formula, There was several times in the first half of the show that I thought, "This is boring, the MC isn't going to lose to these heart shards. The magical read more
Jan 19, 2018
Story: 7; The story is good. I thought it was similar to Haikyuu, only less intense. Possibly because there are less characters? I don't know really. Its a pretty simple story. I imagine you would find it boring if you have watched a lot of sports anime. I've only watched a few sports anime and this is my first sports manga.

Art: 10; The art is pretty amazing. Mainly because the Mangaka is really good at drawing sexy women without making their bodies all weird and distorted. He is also really good at positioning the "camera" for some sweet action read more
May 8, 2017
I started this season right after finishing the first two, so I carried my hype right over from S2. By itself, this season might not have as much diversity, as all 10 episodes are one game, but to me it truly felt like the cap to all the buildup from the other 2 seasons. The one match really deserved all 10 episodes after all the build-up.

It was tiring though, there was not a single break. The anime was intense all the way through and I kinda have a headache from lack of sleep and tensing up from stress.

But, since it read more
Jul 26, 2016
I'm not sure that this anime is very "amazing." But it is very different. I really enjoyed it. after watching over 300 different anime; they all start to feel the same. I often feel like I can see the future when watching them. Its like when something happens I can tell what "world line" the story is progressing down and what options are still open for the ending. Its like, "well, I guess this anime is going down that route."

but this anime was very different, and disturbing, and I'm going to go read the manga for the rest of the story.

you can read the other read more
Sep 22, 2015
I liked it. It's basically your average mid-season hot springs episode. lots of loli and ecchi with some heartwarming friendly stuff and basic plot. It kinda just uses the same material from the second season but it was good material that you can watch again.

Art Note: Art is great and the water blew my freaking mind.
Yuri Note: Kuro's mana replenishing gets a bit more... intense.