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Aug 26, 2020
Looking at the tags and poster, i thought that this was going to be a cliche serie of monster killing, not entirely different from those series that attempt to ride on Attack on Titan's popularity. To my surprise, Incarnation gives almost no importance to the monsters, instead focusing on the human interactions and struggles in the society that formed on this new world. After a global earthquake unleashes a myriad of underground monsters on the surface, collective known as Extremozoan, humanity is almost entirely wiped out. The last remains lives aboard the Lighthouse, a flying fortress. In order to maintain the civilization, all interpessoal ...
Aug 11, 2020
Never played the games, so my experience with this franchise is entirely based on this adaptation.

I've never had written a review before, not for the shows i love or to the ones i despise, but i felt the need to do it for this one, the most painfully average show I've seen in a long time.

Sengoku Basara tells a really "romanticized" version of the Sengoku Period (duh), most specifically the rise of the anti-Nobunaga coalition. Some of the most famous points of the conflict are present, such as the rivalry between Kenshin Uesugi and Shingen Takeda or Nobunaga's fondness for firearms. But, as any good ...