Hello everyone, a few bits of news for everyone. First and for most is in regards to the Conception II demo I reviewed last week. As the six or seven people who actually read my blog might know, the reason why I posted that review as because Atlus was having a sweepstakes where the winners can get a download copy of one of four games if you posted some sort of content about the demo, including a blog post (also I wanted to try something different). Low and behold, I was one of the contest winners, and so I got a copy of Etrian Odyssey IV. Immediately after the announcement from Atlus, I got a huge boost to my view count. So if you're one of the individuals who came from Atlus's twitter, welcome to my blogs. I'm Crescent, or CRES if you are on the Mighty No. 9 forums, and here I review various anime and video games and I post a new review, or a mindless, rambling, barely coherent rant every Sunday (usually before 5 PM PST). I also now have a Twitter account (because I needed one in order enter the sweepstakes) @CRESC3N7. Follow if you want, I don't really care. Anyway, here is an introduction to the type of reviews I do: Let's review Kill la Kill.
|It isn't every day that a sailor suit with an eyeball is forcing himself on you.|
|Aren't you two cold?|
|Just in case you think that only the girls get naked.|
Kill la Kill is a REALLY hard anime to review, because it is one of those things that you just have to see in order to understand what it is like. Did I enjoy it? Yes, it is ridiculous fun from start to finish; however, the key word there is ridiculous. If you are a sensible person or do not find the ridiculous entertaining, then you probably will not get Kill la Kill at all. In fact I am almost certain that if this is shown in any sort of academic circles, it would be viewed as juvenile, poorly written, and sexist. Fortunately, most anime circles revel in the ridiculous. Kill la Kill is Highly Recommended.
Watch Kill la Kill on Crunchyroll: http://www.crunchyroll.com/kill-la-kill
Until next time.