Unfortunately, since I don’t have as much time on my hands as I used to have, I’ve only started watching a few shows this season. Nevertheless, I’d still like to give my opinions on these shows, so let’s start right away.
Since I just finished watching Fate/Zero like a week ago, I was planning to re-watch the first season anyway, which is why this anime came right on cue.
It’s seemingly not exactly the same story as the first anime, Fate/Stay Night, since it tells the story from different perspectives. But this is all the better, even.
So far, I’m really enjoying this anime, and I can honestly say that the quality of the animation and especially the fighting scenes, make this an awesome watch already.
Out of all the shows this season has to offer, what I was looking forward to the most was this new season of Psycho-Pass.
I’ve watched two episodes so far, and up until now, it’s just as awesome as the first season. Now, if there will be some nice Yayoi x Shion moments, it would be even better, but we have some more episodes to go, so maybe we’ll be lucky~
So far, this season looks really promising, but that was to be expected.
Despite the fact that I started out with two really great shows, I have to admit that out of all the shows that I started watching this season, this is my favorite.
Kyoto Animation rarely fails to please, but after reading the description of this one, I wasn’t expecting that much. However, even after just the first episode, I completely changed my mind. So far, this show is amazing in its own ways. It’s entertaining, has nice humor, and I really love the characters, even the narcissistic male lead. That’s a huge surprise actually.
This one more or less appeared out of thin air. I wasn’t expecting to see a yuri show this season, but the description of Girl Friend Beta tries to prove me otherwise. I mean, having the male main lead completely erased from the story only leaves a female cast for a harem show that’s tagged as romance. Sound suspicious, huh?
People online have already started assuming this to be a pure yuri show, while I just try to stay put and wait for something to prove this to me. I somehow can’t see this becoming a pure yuri show. Some undertones will undoubtedly be there, but I believe that that’s about it.
I can’t really judge it after having seen just two episodes, but so far, this show seems unbearably boring to me. Maybe the underlying problem here was that all we saw during the first episode was basically 20 minutes of endless character introductions.
Let’s hope that it will get better in the next episodes. So far, I don’t like it that much.
Hmmm. I’m not sure what to think of this one yet. Do I really want to continue watching? I really don’t know. The first episode was kind of interesting, but kind of boring too.
I’m really having mixed feelings about it, which is why I will let my impression of the second episode decide whether I’ll keep watching it.
I only started watching this anime, because some of my friends recommended it, but so far, I can’t really see why they did so.
I have to admit it’s entertaining, and the characters are at least, to some degree, interesting to watch, but it’s somehow nothing special so far.
I guess I won’t drop it so easily, but it’s definitely not one of my favorite shows.
Other than these shows, I’m still watching Akame ga Kill and Sword Art Online II from the summer season. I’ll probably say a little more about these two in my Final Thoughts post at the end of the season.
Also, there are two shows that are still on my to-watch list, them being Parasyte and another one I already forgot the name of. 😛
Anyway, as a little side note, I just want to tell you that I won’t be here for the next 5 days. I’m going on a short trip, and I think I won’t have internet in the hotel I’m staying, so please don’t expect fast replies to your comments. I will reply to everything as soon as I get back~