Having been sick all year (not an overstatement), I've had a lot of time on my hands and I've spent a great deal of that time catching up on the enormous number of anime I've wanted to see and not yet been able to. With that in mind I figured it'd be good to close out the year with a brief series showcasing the series I have enjoyed the most in my decent into full weebdom.
Originally, I was just going to do an updated top ten but I've now fallen
Welcome readers to my first attempt at a game review. I'm not much of a gamer myself in all honesty, but I've been playing the Pokemon Games for a long time now and I feel like it'd be remiss of me not to do this particular review. If this goes well, there might be more game reviews in the future. I'll try to refrain from giving too many spoilers, but read at your own risk. Onwards!
WataMote is a 2013 comedy and slice of life anime following the every day activities of Tomoko Kuroki who suffers from extremely severe social anxiety and lives her life as a shut-in, although she's desperate to change. I have been skipping this anime over for several years now every time I've come across it, but thanks to the nagging of TheRealOCD I have finally sat down and watched it. Let's see how it went.
Rewrite is a recent anime generally classed as a part of the action and fantasy genres and is based on a visual novel by Key. The anime follows a group of central characters who are caught up in paranormal events and has a strong focus on the relationships between the characters.
The premise of Rewrite isn't exactly revolutionary, but is certainly something I can get behind. At the beginning of the anime we
Welcome readers to what is apparently the first anime review in the Aloo series. I could have sworn I already reviewed Charlotte before but apparently not.
Anyway, I'm going to be completely honest here - at first I was not going to review this anime. It deals with issues that I have never experienced, never will experience, that I'm woefully under-educated about and that I am in no way qualified to comment on among other more familiar themes.