Published on August 26, 2016
Fine, I'll talk about Mob Psycho...this won't end well.
Published on August 25, 2016
It's too bad. I've found the time travel aspects of this series to be interesting so far, but this week's episode just relegates it all to futuristic science mumbo jumbo. That's just frustrating. Oh well. As for the actual episode, Morse mostly gets thrown in the background. I guess Morse code is well-known enough that we don't really need much explanation?
Published on August 24, 2016
I guess this episode was supposed to be a turning point of some sort. Things got pretty gruesome, huh? Still, I feel like the series doesn't really handle tone correctly and most of the events of the episode end up having no real impact. Also, so many of these characters just feel so unnecessary...Touko in particular. What did she even contribute to the show?
Published on August 23, 2016
Oh Naho...am I really supposed to cheer for you? Because it's really difficult. Anyway, I guess the "we're all in this together" vibe from this episode wasn't bad, but I'm really wondering...at what point do we cross the line into manipulation? Feels a little bit sketchy. And Naho, I just have no words...
Published on August 22, 2016
Aaaaand we're back. I'm a bit salty that the big tornado that they left before the Berseria interruption ended up disappearing almost immediately. That being said, I will say that the way Mikleo is being handled in the anime is probably better than what happened in the game. Anyway, next week's episode is probably the introduction of everyone's favorite character, Edna, so prepare yourselves (I'm already braced).
Published on August 21, 2016
So, I guess the main point of this episode is to introduce Kagari into the cast. In my opinion, introducing her as an amnesiac is kinda lame, but what can you do? Other than that, some brief status updates on the other characters after the group is split, but not too much going on. We must be setting up the final conflict or something?
Published on August 20, 2016
This week's episode was pretty eventful, huh? This series continues to be pretty entertaining for me to watch. I guess Avilio's plan is to kill everyone close to Nero until he's the only one left for Nero to trust. He seems so in control of everything that it's almost scary. Now I'm just curious how it all falls apart. Because it's going to, right?