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Dreamysyu last won the day on June 8 2022

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  1. Muv Luv Alternative Aselia the Eternal To a lesser extent, Rewrite
  2. Oh, don't worry, he will. Multiple times.
  3. Well, after I voted for Iwaihime so many times and it turned out to be complete dog shit, I'm a bit worried about voting for this one as well. As for me, I don't really care about these surveys anymore, so I just voted for a few random VNs from my wishlist.
  4. As far as I understand, it's not really an adaptation, but more like a side story. There's still a good chance that it will be trash, of course. Yep. I tried reading J-novel pre-pubs for this one, but dropped it after a few parts. I thought it was only me who found it boring.
  5. https://www.livechart.me/winter-2023/tv At first glance, this upcoming season is filled with continuations of the series that I haven't watched and dumb-looking isekais. I almost lost hope for this season, but further down the list there are actually quite a few series that may turn out quite good. And it is also quite crazy that this upcoming season will have not one but three (!) gender-benders, including the gold that is Oniichan wa Oshimai. Though from time to time this gold seems suspiciously pee-colored. The reincarnated master of blade anime, on the other hand, may turn out to be pretty dumb. I liked the LN, and it had a pretty interesting world and good fight scenes, but nothing more than that. The one series I am excited the most about is The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady. From the little I've seen from the LN, it seemed extremely good, with likable characters who had quite a lot of room for development, and it's definitely a good choice for the third villainess anime. It's also yuri where the MC is extremely open about liking girls. I'll probably try reading the novels first though, so if I get to this anime this season, it will most likely be by the end of it. Other than that... There's Trails anime, which I won't watch since I'm still at Sky the 3rd. Sugar Apple Fairy Tale seems interesting, and I believe the original light novel is quite well-regarded, but untranslated. There's also another anime based on the novel by the author of Average Abilities. I don't know if I watch this one. I haven't read the novel, and I had some extremely mixed opinions about this author. Average Abilities adaptation was also kind of trash, so...
  6. Generally, yes, but sometimes it may not be a reason we like. Though, more often than not I find stuff that should be popular but just isn't for some reason.
  7. Mhakna Gramura to Fairy Bell. The games in the main series, fault - milestone one and two, technically, also fit, but together they are longer. Chuusotsu! 1st Graduation ~Chuusotsu no Time After Time~ planetarian ~Chiisana Hoshi no Yume~ DEAD END JUNCTION. It's not very good, but has nice ideas, and I personally still liked it in spite of that. Ame no Marginal Tsuki no Terasu. Gogatsu no Sora.
  8. Confession. To be honest, I don't even know why I still visit this forum, since it's been quite a while since I actually finished a VN. Well, I still hope I'll return to them eventually. I think I'll stick to all-ages versions though.
  9. Look, they've made another famous person into a waifu! It's so cool! Seriously though, from what I can see at first glance, it looks like such trash... I hope to be wrong, but I doubt it. Well, I never liked moeges to begin with.
  10. Finished Ascendance of a Bookworm, season 3. Overall, it's still the same anime. I can't talk from the anime-only perspective, since I've read the source material, but I think the anime is pretty decent. It's probably the best they could do with the source material using its limited budget. This season in particular feels a bit short, but it covers only two volumes of the light novel, and there are not that many things happening there, though the events that do happen are pretty great. Still, I'd heavily recommend reading the LN over watching the anime. There are two main reasons for that. First of all, the anime skips some stuff. It's not anything major, and it's understandable why they do it since the slow pacing of a book wouldn't work here. Still, one of the things I love about this story is its attention to detail, which makes the fantasy world where it takes place feel so real. The anime manages to capture this aspect well enough, but the LN is still much better in this regard. Secondly, there's simply no way the anime is ever going to give us the complete story. The LN it is based on is truly massive with more than 30 volumes, and these three seasons of anime covered only the first 7. Honestly, I'm not expecting another season of anime at all, which is a shame, since some people consider these parts to be an extended prologue, and the latest season ended on a rather depressing note. Talking about this story in general, it's pretty amazing. The world-building is insane, and the characters are pretty good as well. The MC actually has to adapt to the fantasy world, since her values clash with the values of its inhabitants so much. And not in the edgy Shield Hero type of way. She actually stays true to herself, though becomes slightly more flexible. Overall, it's my favorite isekai and is the perfect example that, if done right, this genre has a lot more potential than the popular opinion suggests. I recall, in the past, when I just started the book, I said that this is a story that avoids the usual isekai cliches, but going further in the story it becomes pretty obvious that I was actually wrong. As it turns out even by the end of the part that the anime covered, it actually has a lot of common tropes, but they are included in a rather creative way that makes them not feel out of place here. Overall, if we are talking about the LN, i'd give it a strong 9/10, or maybe even higher, depending on how it ends. As for the anime, I'm pretty torn about what rating to give it. I guess I'll settle on 8/10. PS. Also, this.
  11. So, I tried watching the first episode of More than a married couple, but not lovers. And it was so cringe. The premise is completely nonsensical, and the characters left pretty awful first impression.
  12. Ahem. Reincarnated as a villainess is literally an entire genre in web-novels and light novels, and while Hamefura is one of the earlier ones and did inspire a lot of the other works, it's far from the first one. The first web-version came out in 2014, while there are some similar novels that started in 2013, like It Seems Like I Got Reincarnated Into The World of a Yandere Otome Game, or I Will Live with Humility and Dependability as My Motto.
  13. Well, I am. Anyway, I've watched the current episodes of Bocchi the Rock, and it was pretty good. I've never really watched any music-based anime, so I don't really have anything to compare it to, but so far it's been pretty enjoyable, and the comedy is gold. As someone who also suffers from pretty strong social anxiety, I like how they presented the protagonist. It's overly exaggerated, of course, but I did find myself in many of her antics, and it didn't feel particularly offensive like how often Japanese comedy tends to be. On the other hand, she does grow throughout the show, but obviously she still has a long way to go.
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