Finally! I have finally finished my first route in Grisaia no Kajitsu. Took long enough, but at least I’m done with one part of the game. Here I’ll talk about the common route and Makina’s route.
A world where technology has advanced enough to create human-like androids who can move, think and feel. They’re no different from humans. But the technology isn’t quite there yet to make them perfect. That’s what Plastic Memories talks about.
There sure are a lot of anime with long names these days. DanMachi, aka Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?) is unsurprisingly one of those. It is also unsurprisingly pretty average.
Another high-profile anime this season is Owari no Seraph, or Seraph of the End in English. I want to think it has potential, despite the flaws. I really do. Hence, it was the second anime I gave a go this season.
First anime that aired this season, and the one I was actually most looking forward is Oregairu 2. Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru. Zoku, if you want the full name, but I doubt anybody would call it that. Or My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU 2. I myself prefer just Yahari Ore.
My fifth completed visual novel was another one by Key. This time a rather short kinetic visual novel, Planetarian: Chiisana Hoshi no Yume (Planetarian: Dream of a Little Star).
To start off the new anime season, I watched the anime I was most looking forward to – Tokyo Ghoul √A. It is a second season to the original Tokyo Ghoul that aired between July and September 2014.
Fate/stay night is one of the longest visual novels out there. I’m proud to have finished reading it. It was a long journey, but it has finally come to an end (at least for now). Instead of writing a separate review for each route, I decided to write one review for the whole game.
With Terra, I can finally wrap up the Rewrite visual novel. It was a thrilling playthrough and I enjoyed most of it. Especially the final true route – Terra.