The fall anime season has ended two weeks ago I took some time to finish some of the series in the season and to finalize my thoughts on what I’ve watched.
So after my first post about the openings let’s analyze the anime aired this season, I will write about anime series that started or ended in fall, telling my personal opinion about those series.
We have come to the end of the fall season 2013, which was full of good anime to watch (at least better than the summer season). Let’s start to analyze the best and the worst of this season.
First off I will start with a top 10 openings of fall 2013.
“Other Worlds” and “She and her cat” are Makoto Shinkai’s first works and his starting points in the anime industry. In particular “Kanojo to Kanojo no Neko” (“She and her cat”) raise his popularity and made him reach first place in 12th DoGA CG-animation contest.
I wanted to play it for a long time and now I had the opportunity to finally play Guilty Crown Lost Christmas.
Guilty Crown Lost Christmas is a visual novel developed by Nitroplus, one of my favorite visual novel companies. This visual novel is intended to be a prequel/spin off of the, may I say overrated, anime series Guilty Crown.
Ryo is one of the four anime from Anime Mirai 2013 (Young animator training project).
I’m going ahead and say that this short is probably one of the worst of the Anime Mirai’s shorts, but lest start with the actual review.
After a hard time changing server and transfering everything over I’m back with a new “review”.
Today I want to talk about Saya no Uta an awesome visual novel.
So lets start with the actual review:
I’m sure most of the people who read this are familiar with the quote “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, well this manga will remember you the literal meaning of the quote.
If you read this review and you didn’t read the manga you probably won’t understand what I mean…
I finally have some free time and I thought: why not write something about a mmorpg that I played… so lets talk about EDEN ETERNAL 😀
Eden Eternal is a free to play mmorpg developed by the same team that created Grand Fantasia and it’s published in its north-American version by AeriaGames.