Konosuba was a great change of pace for the whole. "I'm an OP fantasy world protagonist!" If you're a fan on fantasy worlds without the main character being a god, this is a great watch. Comedy is well timed and the VA's are great for their characters. There's something wrong with every character, and this makes them feel either more human or more ridiculous. You quickly grow attached to their quirks and want to see more.
Re:Zero. Good God this is one hell of a ride. At first it seems extremely cliche and cheesy, but it really takes you for a ride... The story is compelling, the character flaws dig deep, the animation is great, the voice acting is astounding. This entire show made me hate that I had to see the end.
Steins Gate... What even is there to say about this show other than if you haven't watched it yet, go watch it now. The plot is great and flows continually through the show. The more you watch, the more you want to watch. The sci-fi really fits well with the characters and struggles you see them go through. Go watch it
Fate/Stay is a wonderful series as a whole. The characters develop so deeply that you don't see them as characters, but people. The action and animation is so good you almost wish most anime was so clean. It stays intense through the entire show and doesn't give the characters a break. The madness and violence really feeds your curiosity as you learn more about what's going on. If you want a fast paced action with deep stories and backgrounds. This is a great anime for you.
No Game No Life was a wonderful show in my opinion. It really hooked me with the MC's personality. Mainly for personal reasons, so my opinion on this show is extremely biased. I loved it. There were interesting situations and solutions to almost each episode. The characters grow as you learn more about either them or their past. A pretty quick watch that leaves your with a HUGE cliffhanger. Fortunately we're getting a movie soon, so hopefully that covers the end for the most part!
Your Lie in April is feels on feels. If you're a musician you'll get a little extra out of it. This show does a wonderful job of portraying emotion through music and details. It shows how sometimes as humans we battle through things that aren't just words, but through actions and emphasis. It really opens your eyes to a lot of different things. You better be ready for the feels, because you will cry.
Akame ga Kill was a great MANGA. The show was pretty alright until it started doing it's own thing at ep 19. (If continuing from the manga, Ch.36) I'd definitely recommend the manga if you want a deeper and more feels filled story. This show does a great job of emphasizing that the world around us isn't always right, and sometimes you have to go against the flow if things in order to find what you really want. The characters are loveable and the action is intense. If you're looking for a good action to kill some time, give it a watch!
Trinity Seven is an absolutely hilarious ecchi/action/comedy mashup. I have to say, the main reason I like the show is because the main character is very forward with the girls. He's not afraid to say what hes thinking and make sure they know what he's thinking. It's a harem, but you'll grow attached to some of the characters because they're all different personality types. The comedy is timed and spaced pretty well. The only thing that really annoyed me was lots of dialogue during combat. You get that "They could've already killed each other if they'd just shut-up" feeling.