I admit that last week was a pretty exciting week, at least for Anime. (Image Source)
Considering that this is the last full week of school before finals, I will be getting in one more review and editorial before I start focusing on finals. During finals week, I will only share my impressions for shows at least until after May 10th. After May 14th, I will probably begin streaming rest of Atelier Escha and Logy (I have about one more main task and a 1 year extension to go).
Also, if you haven’t already, I suggest checking my recent post on Net Neutrality and how it will affect Legal Anime Streaming forever at least in America to take some action.
Now, the anime impressions for this week.
Atelier Escha and Logy – Episode 3
At last, the ruins mentioned in my last week digest post is finally mixed in with the plot of the dirty water. While it’s clear that they are going to change some stuff around since this show only has 12 episodes, I have a funny feeling that the directors are making Logy less capable than he is in the actual games. For instance, when Escha and company find themselves having to battle a robot, Logy gets slammed by the wall by it, thus revealing his old wound. After watching Wilbell, Linca and Escha defeat it, it seems that they are portraying the female characters in a better light. While I don’t mind, it kind of gives the wrong idea about him as he is still intelligent, but I think he will get his time as the adaptation progresses.
As for Nio’s older sister, if you haven’t played the prequel, you probably won’t get this. However, I do have Atelier Ayesha Plus still in its shrink-wrap since I’m busy playing Neptune Rebirth 2, but I’ll find out the back story sooner than later.
Nisekoi Episode 15 and 16
If you haven’t had enough of Marika, she actually brings Raku to her house. I admit that it’s funny that all the parents in this show is out to get Raku as in Episode 16, Kosaki’s mother scared the living crap out of him too. Still, I find it funny that while Marika is the only girl who remembers the promise he made, Raku admits that he still likes her no matter how much effort she put into becoming his ideal girl. Not to mention, Marika’s explosive anger voice does reminds me of Blanc/White Heart from Hyperdimension Neptunia.
As for episode 16, Kosaki in that episode is just too adorable. At least Raku got to see her room and pictures during his junior high school years. From the looks of it, perhaps she still has a fighting change as long she has the guts to confess to him. ¶