The most beautifully arranged anime end credits have been rigorously ranked by anime watchers, taking into account not just music but also the visual accompaniment – and the results actually for once leave K-ON! in the dust…
Final Fantasy XIV’s ending has seen the ominous in-game events capped off with a snazzy cut scene, whilst anticipation for its rebirth as A Realm Reborn is growing with the release of alpha gameplay footage which is markedly more impressive than the original (though this is admittedly not saying much, else it would not need to be remade in the first place).
The spectacular end times Final Fantasy XIV’s few remaining players have been treated to as the game comes to an end in preparation for the launch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn have been attracting almost as much attention as its spectacular launch failure.
Sword Art Online fans have been angrily condemning the game’s finale as “idiotic,” “a total farce,”and “making no sense whatsoever” – none of which is helped by the fact the series is only half finished, with the “Fairy Dance” arc continuing events next week.
Bimbo anime Binbougami-ga!’s reputation as the most amusing title of the season (if not some other long period of time stretching back to the days of Nichijou) looks to have been secured, with the show’s finale both well received and leaving a yawning chasm which only an as yet unannounced second season could possibly fill.
Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai has delivered more of the sexy scenesfirmly expected of it in its final outing, leaving nobody in any great doubt that whatever its generic male protagonist was incapable of, Feel more than compensates for.
Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero’s climax has finally come, bringing with it the expected sexy service and some semblance of plot conclusion, not that plot seems to have been driving fan interest particularly hard in comparison to certain other factors…
Dynamite daimyo anime The Ambition of Nobuna Oda has finished to general approval – although the conspicuously open-ended ending has prompted much hopeful speculation that a continuation is planned, though so far all that is confirmed is a summary episode.
Hyouka has ended on its 22nd episode to more than a little approval, with viewers praising the unsurprisingly sky-high production values which seemingly accompany any Kyoto Animation production, as well as touching story and lovable characters.
hahahaha i know, hate when they dont even grabs a girl hand, no wonder why people are getting older and not having kids.... More
Anonymous commented on September 19, 2012 07:02
I rarely watch Conan but whatever you say Mr/Miss Kyoto Animation Fan. *sigh* The animes that Kyoani produced after Clannad really went downhill to me. To even further your name calling, I dropped K-ON within... More