The Garden of Words Blu-ray Review
Two people struggling to find their place in society forge a unique connection as they meet in a certain garden spot.
Gungrave Blu-ray Review
A degradative plot and outdated visuals keep this old crime drama from reaching its true potential.
With half a season behind us already it's time to see which anime made the biggest impact, and which failed to live up to our expectations, In this season: Akatsuki no Yona, Fate/Stay Night, Psycho-Pass 2, Terra Formars, Trinity Seven and Denki-gai no Honya-san. Continue reading »
Fate/Stay Night is old. It’s been 10 years since the original Visual Novel hit stores in Japan. That game has already been adapted into an anime, twice, and was followed by a slew of spinoffs, both in video game, book and anime form. Ufotable’s Fate/Zero anime is arguably the most remarkable of these spinoffs, because it both followed the original lore and also went on to become a high quality hit anime in its own right. Now Ufotable is toiling on its own adaptation of the original Fate/Stay Night story and the fans are anticipating the same insane production values and polish found in Fate/Zero. But simply throwing massive amounts of funds into this project won’t be enough to gurantee another bona fide hit. To make a difference Ufotable must also innovate and breathe new life into this long-established, yet stale, franchise. Here are 5 things that would make Ufotable’s Fate/Stay Night remake epic:
Outbreak Company delivers an amusing portrayal of otaku fandom. Unfortunately it also caters to otaku, making itself too conservative and less refreshing than it could have otherwise been. Continue reading