Ideally, I should make an end of post for every anime I watched this past season, but that seems like too much work. So, here are some short thoughts on whatever I managed to muddle through.
Well, F/SN aired back in 2006, so I am not sure if I should call it “end of season”, but I figured I’d stick to convention.
I recently stumbled across the Archer vs Berserker fight on YouTube and as bad as the fight was, the music in it got me interested in the original Fate route adaptation. So, I decided to watch it. It was surprisingly all right and not as bad as everyone had lead me to believe. It still had its fair share of faults though.
Around two weeks ago, having watched the eleventh episode of Classroom Crisis, I made a post proclaiming it to be the savoir of anime. I had thought that it had taken a very novel approach to romance and for once, my OTP had come true with minimal fuss. I thought CC to be a step above other anime, but I was wrong. I was naive. I was very naive.
Sorry, this is late.
Hello. I apologize for the late post. I stumbled across a little game called Torchlight 2 and well, you know how it is.
Back when it first started airing, I watched one episode of Classroom Crisis and left it at that. I actually liked the first episode a fair bit, it is just that I entered my anime slump and CC felt like too heavy of a show for me to watch, so I ignored it every week.
Night before last night, I decided to watch a few more and ended up watching all currently released episodes (up to 11). I didn’t go to bed until 5AM.
And that episode. That damn eleventh episode made me so happy. But even without that episode, there is so much to like about this show.
Apologies for the double post. I was out on a 2 week holiday.
Where were these posts you ask? I dunno, I just really didn’t feel like making them. To be honest, I just got very lazy and didn’t feel like making them. I hope no one minds, but this catchup won’t really be all that detailed. I will just jot down some quick thoughts.
Despite the amazing reviews it was receiving, I put of watching Shimoneta until last night. I think more so than its lewd nature (everyone knows I like lewd things), it was the setting that put me off.
I dislike the idea of over-controlling, heavily censored dystopian societies so much, that even a fictional depiction is hard for me to consider watching.
But, well, almost everyone seems to like this, so I forced myself to man up a little and give it a shot. As expected, I ended up loving it. I love this show so much, it is now a solid contender for anime of the season along with Gatchaman Crowds (I need to watch episode 3 though…) and Prison School.