As you know in these recent days we got plenty of game sales into Steam and similar digital delivery services. Generally in order to understand more of the game's I'm going to buy I give a quick look at the Metacritic score for both critics and users.
This is when I noticed a strange pattern with people giving tons of "0" or "10" to many games, leaving me a bit puzzled to the point that I decided to search on the net for similar services for anime (like Anidb or MAL or even Baka-Updates for manga and Vndb for Visual Novels) in order to understand if this is a common trend or not.
The experience was a painful one having to go through thousands of entries, but one thing is definitely clear here. Most people on the internet can't give proper judgement over a particular anime/manga series!
Let's continue today as well, while waiting for the winter season 2011 to properly start next week, with another talk about some of the more important aspects of the anime and visual novel world.
Today we'll talk about the importance that "multimedia" content have in the role of making an anime series or a visual novel appealable and popular for many people around the world.
I may exaggerate a bit with this estimate, but I think that in my personal case "multimedia" content takes up to 65% of my enjoyment in a particular series and without proper quality there I may end up skipping a series altogether.
As you may know, this week is devoid of anime series to cover (due to the holiday pause) and while waiting for the hour-long Guilty Crown special on tuesday I decided to dedicate more time to some particular arguments that all bloggers will face sooner or later.
I'm talking about the willing choice made by some anime bloggers of covering/reviewing a totally unpopular anime series on their own blog.
I'm not talking about series that generates lots of rage around the net or hate-posts (Kamisama no Memo Chou or Guilty Crown), but more silent series who just get ignored by the great majority of the blog readers.
Be warned that blog readers is very different from anime watcher. There are tons of people who loved To Love Ru (I know personally 7 only in my city), only few of them are actually blog readers/writers.
Today we'll do a preview of one of the most anticipated anime series for me in this winter season 2011/2012 named Zero no Tsukaima F, that is the last season of the long running comedy/romance/fanservice/action series Zero no Tsukaima.
Being a fan of this series since its first season, this is definitely my suggested pick of the season for the fanservice and comedy department over anything else.
All the original cast will take back their own role starting from Rie Kugimiya in Louise role, Yui Horie in Siesta's role, Ayako Kawasumi in Henrietta's role and many others. We even have Ichiko to do the Opening theme just like the old times!
Here we are to talk about the 12th episode of the anime series of this fall season 2011 named Mirai Nikki that continues to deliver excellent action mixed with drama and horror elements.
This episode was one of the best of the whole season, especially for the emotional moments between Yuno and Yukiteru when facing impending death against Kurusu.
It was also remarkable how Yukiteru strength of will alone was able to change destiny drastically into his own benefit. He definitely has a powerful plot armor around him!
22/01/2013 00:01 : Two years! We finally made it. Thanks to everyone!
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