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Sep 28, 2017
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Yeah ! Another adaptation of light novel about a rom-com focused on otaku high school students who like to play video games. It is true that we didn't have enough similar animes and studio Pine Jam was kind enough to realize it. A big thank-you.

Gamers! is your seasonal generic anime and my expectations weren't high but it is not even satisfying because it tries to be funny by repeating gags based on misunderstandings all along the anime till this concept is exhausted.
We have a series with a lambda protagonist named Keita Amano who loves to play video games. He will meet progressively people who read more
Sep 18, 2017
Love relationships are inherent in our daily lives. Most of us have experienced and we know how difficult it can be to maintain this relationship for various reasons. Discord, differences of opinion, lack of confidence etc. Sometimes we question ourselves and we try to understand why the couple did not last. But in Koi to Uso couples are created from a database measuring the compatibility between two individuals. The logical question is: can we trust these statistics? Does not reality go beyond theories?
But... Koi to Uso doesn't seem to waste its time. And I find a melodramatic and insane triangle love (rectangle?) again.

(Light spoilers from read more
Aug 26, 2017
I started this film in the hope of initiating myself to the historical series because it is true that the "historical" genre isn't my cup of tea. I didn't see the original series and I didn't play visual novel so I discovered this series with this new movie. This film takes up the main plot but there have been some changes if I understand correctly.

Why didn't I enjoy this movie and why wouldn't I recommend it?

This movie seems to have skipped many important passages. We move from a plot to another without understanding the link between the two stories.
The characters have no characterization and the read more
Jun 29, 2017
It is true that school-life is one of the most common genres in Japanese animation. From specialty school (magic, cooking etc) to school-life with mysteries or supernatural. In short, it is a genre that has been widely exploited in all respects. As for Tsuki ga Kirei, it doesn't pretend to revolutionize the genre and doesn't propose an original plot at first.

In fact Tsuki ga Kirei is exceptional in its simplicity. The relationships between the different characters are particularly well developed. The series accurately combines the gestures, facial expressions of the characters without exaggerating the reactions, which in some scenes may seem surprising and unexpected. The read more
Jun 20, 2017
(The review covers all seasons, even though I also talk about the latest.)

After six seasons, Natsume Yuujinchou excels as much in the art of conveying powerful emotions during each episode without ever giving the impression that the series becomes tiresome. If I were to describe this series most appropriately, I would say it's heartwarming, moving and (personally) exotic.

The synopsis is simple. We follow Natsume Takashi, a 15-year-old orphan boy who can see supernatural creatures called "youkai" or spirits, a capacity he inherited from his grandmother Reiko, who had died for many years. He also receives his grandmother's "Book of Friends" which contains all the contracts read more
Jun 16, 2017
Like Sword Art Online or No Game No Life, King's Avatar is an anime that has aroused great interest when the first episodes were aired. Indeed, the fantasy universe and the dynamism of the action scenes are attractive. Also add a strong, intelligent and charismatic main character and you have all the ingredients needed to produce a popular anime. Moreover, unlike most animes about games, King's Avatar really focuses on e-sports with players who live outside the game. (Characters aren't transported into the game like Sword Art Online.)
But the show is properly executed? Meh.
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STORY: 3/10

If you read the synopsis, you can continue.
The story is very read more
Mar 28, 2017
Ladies and gentlemen, greetings!

Two questions first:
Did you think Big Order or Glasslip were the worst series you've ever seen?
Did you think Berserk 2016 and Ajin had the worst animations with CGI you've ever seen?
Negative! Hand Shakers is here to show you the opposite and... believe me, it does it well. Let's look at this together!

- Use of pretentious terms like "Nimrod(o)" or "Ziggurat(o)"?
- Action with lots of explosions and unimaginable powers?
- Main character without goal?
- Main character nice, and weak at first?
- One of the girls is a loli kuudere?
- One of the girls is a loli idol like Nico Yazawa?
- One of the girls read more
Mar 18, 2017
3-Gatsu no Lion is a work with an unrivaled artistic direction.

In terms of animation and staging, Shaft has always succeeded in surpassing, innovating and surprising us with each of its new creations/adaptations. The evolution of Shaft studio animation is progressive and always looking for originality, so you can see that 3-Gatsu no Lion is a dynamic slice of life. Due to the ingenuity of its director Akiyuki Shinbou (which it is useless to present to you so much he is present in all Shaft projects) and his staff, you will probably always be surprised by how each feeling, every moment comic or dramatic will be read more
Dec 28, 2016
Thinking about my high school years, I had difficulty getting in touch with others and accepting their differences. How can I say? I wasn't really unpleasant... but a bit stubborn. However, don't imagine that I was arguing. If only ... on the contrary, I didn't say anything, and I preferred to get away from them. I couldn't express myself correctly with the others and I didn't dare to reproach them for fear of hurting them. None of us tried to understand each other and we ended up moving away and taking different ways.

At university, I wanted my situation to change. That's why I decided to read more
Dec 21, 2016
I don't know about you, but when I watch this series, I almost want to live with Natsume, his family and his friends. So many moments warm my heart that it would be difficult for me to count them.

Story: (10/10) As always, we follow Natsume Takashi, an orphan high school student who had an unfortunate childhood and now adopted by the Fujiwara. Natsume helps the different yokai/humans who are connected to the "Book of Friends" accompanied by Madara (Nyanko-sensei) a powerful yokai. Natsume also comes to humans' aid not affected by this "book". (You know the story if you want to watch the 5th season...)
Overall, read more