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May 18, 2015
In what initially appears as a let down to an ecstatic and dedicated fanbase eagerly anticipating the release of Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso's long awaited OVA, comes a rather secluded section of the story.
Few viewers contained the intent or interest to take a caring towards this section of an otherwise phenomenal show; the side characters.

Regardless of whether or not you enjoyed this particular show, I'm here to review the OVA, which will undoubtedly be connected to the parent story in one way or another. And besides, chances are you won't watch the OVA if you didn't enjoy its parent story.

From the word go read more
Apr 26, 2015
This Review is written in the perspective of an Anime only viewer thus far.
The overarching story of the Visual Novel is absent from this Review and is solely based upon Ufotables adaptation.


At the end of Unlimited Blade Works we were left with a rather monotonous and filler-full episode.
Season 2 kicks off with a rather hefty amount of character development and back story to further develop the overarching story as a whole.
It's clear and concise, and creates a competent understanding of who the characters are, and what their motives are for.
The first few episodes might be slow, but they are certainly important.


The story read more
Mar 23, 2015
“Insert Quote From Anime to Hook Reader”

Psycho Pass 2 contains many positive and unique elements of the first season; but fails to structure, contain and organise these elements in a satisfying and conclusive way.

-The full review MAY contain minor spoilers from both the first and second season that aren’t very important to the overall story, seeing as different people have different opinions of what a spoiler is, reader discretion is advised-

TL:DR: Not as well flushed out as the first season, still worth the watch if you watched the first one.

Characters: 6/10
Story: 6/10
Art: 9/10
Sound: 9/10
Enjoyment: 7/10
Overall: 7/10


The overarching problem with the second season is the absence, read more