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Feb 1, 2014
As part of their promotion campaign of "Go! Go! 575", Sega decided to create a mini-anime based on said title. With a fairly small budget, they managed to release 4 episodes, each lasting 3 minutes. It is quite understandable if you wouldn't want to call this an anime, but more of a series of commercials. The biggest downside is what it actually could've been, instead of what it is right now.

"Go! Go! 575" tells the story about 2 girls (later joined by a third) who want to sing songs based on haiku poems, and share them with the world. And that's it, really. After all, read more
Dec 31, 2013
Just like a great amount of people, when I heard that season 2 of Sword Art Online was finally announced, I was hyped. Heck, I still am while writing this review. With the end of the year approaching fast, Crunchyroll treated us with a subbed version of Sword Art Online: Extra Edition, and I couldn't wait to watch it. Even though I knew it was going to be a recap episode, it's a nice thing to get back into the whole anime again, that had both upsides and downsides. And don't forget the extra footage, of course.

So, to start off: Yes, like I said before, read more
Dec 6, 2013
After having watched the first two seasons, I was wondering where this could possibly lead to. Not having read the manga or anything, I had no clue what I could expect other than the same thing. That is, the classic story of the guy conquering girls with his dating sim skills. And well, it sort of is, but not really. Instead of the usual, we get it served on a completely different platter, putting not only the story, but the characters in a completely different light, and making this season seem more realistic and gripping than anything that has happened so far.

"The World God Only read more
Dec 5, 2013
I present to you: The character most of us wish to be, but never will be due to the fact we lack the funding, and the determination. Katsuragi Keima can be considered a true otaku, a man who has given up on reality and instead focuses on nothing but dating sims and VNs. But of course, that would make for a rather boring premise, so let's add some demons to it. ==(Minor) Spoilers Ahead==

Now, when I first heard about "The World God Only Knows", I thought it was going to be about a guy who's addicted to dating sims and nothing else. And when I read more
Oct 3, 2013
As there's a lack of a synopsis here, I'll give you a quick heads-up: Two main characters, one a fifth-grade elementary schooler who looks like an adult, and a second-year high schooler (apparently) who looks like an elementary schooler, and is the older sister of the former. That's all you need to know to understand this. If you wanna know more, check the page of the first season.

With that said, it's a shame this anime took kind of a dive. It feels like a different team worked on this, as the art seems completely different from the first two seasons, and the backgrounds are a read more
Oct 3, 2013
Recorder to Randoseru Do is what you could call a simpleminded, quickwatch anime. With no real storyline, and no real story and character development, it's something you watch simply to enjoy the humor in it. And as a big fan of 4-koma anime, it did the trick for me, short as it was. It still had the necessary humor, misunderstandings and funny characters to make it quite a fun anime to watch inbetween.

The concept is simple, but pretty hilarious. We have an 11-year old boy who looks like an adult, and a 17-year old sister who looks like an elementary schooler. When I read this, read more
Sep 20, 2013
By now, every regular MAL visitor is pretty much used to all sorts of anime, be it action, drama, romance, or something light-hearted and silly. There is one thing a lot of them have in common, though: They can be rather naughty from time to time. To see an anime that takes the subject of showing off cleavage and underwear without trying to lean towards the 'ecchi' side is rather courageous. It didn't exactly succeed in staying innocent and all, but it did bring us a silly yet heart-warming story featuring characters with each their own personality, a loose yet fitting storyline and some fairly read more
Sep 17, 2013
When I quickly glanced over the ratings of these episodes, I was preparing myself for the worst. I went through the OreImo series in a fast, pretty much semi-marathon-like pace, so I guess my overall opinion on the ending isn't as negative as the others. Not having to wait for a release kills the suspense, but at the same time makes you think a little more rational. I'll try to express my opinion on the ending as spoiler-free as I can, and why I think the rating I gave it is a decent one.

To start off, I've thoroughly enjoyed the OreImo series ever since episode read more
Sep 15, 2013
When it comes to OVAs, this is probably as common, unoriginal and possibly repetitive as it can get. It features a load of fan-service, awkward situations and of course a lot of nudity, as you'd expect from To LOVE-Ru. Not that it's not enjoyable, but it's not for everyone, that's for sure. As for myself, I enjoyed it quite a bit just for the funny and awkward scenes, but once again, it's focused mostly on awkward scenes that involve fan-service. And a lot of it.

The "To LOVE-Ru Darkness OVA" episodes follow the same formula as the Motto season, meaning that each OVA is split into read more
Sep 8, 2013
Straight off, "Clannad The Motion Picture" follows a similar yet different story than the Clannad and After Story anime. Do not compare the two as the movie has its entire story stuffed into 1,5 hours, had less producers and therefore most likely a lower budget, and takes a different path compared to the anime. Also, it has been released before the anime, and is therefore unrelated to the series as it's neither a sequel or a prequel.

With that said, Clannad The Motion Picture is what you would call an average movie. It isn't special, the characters aren't that well developed, and the art and the read more