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Admin’s Note: Regarding the counterpoint article to the Leave MAL article yesterday, the author has decided to delete the article due to its emotionally charged nature. He never intended to defend any ideology and the intended effect was supposed to be to reiterate that one wrong is not necessarily enough to abandon…
Today I’m reviewing Muv-Luv, a visual novel developed by âge. On the surface, this game is a slice-of-life romantic comedy and it makes no excuses for itself. Under the hood though, this game is really something entirely different, and it’s very aware of this.
No explanation required.
I’m not entirely sure what Sekai Project will be announcing today or even talking about, but you can watch it right here at 3 PM Pacific.
There have been many examples of shows and games that have affected the culture of Ani-TAY. In my opinion, a disproportionate quantity of it came from an unlikely place: the incredibly campy Valvrave The Liberator, a show as controversial as it is famous on Ani-TAY.
One of our oldest traditions is the Ani-TAY Sunday Café. It’s a tradition that is older than the blog itself, but still survives due to new management today. It was always envisioned as a place for random chatter and amusing commentary. Today it still has much the same goal.
It’s not exactly common knowledge, but today is actually the official second anniversary of the Ani-TAY blog; the anniversary of the rocky start our grand experiment in an anime Kinja blog. Somehow, we’re still here! It’s second anniversary week at Ani-TAY, so join us as we kick it off.
Blimp: Gundam.info has put Mobile Suit Gundam SEED back up for streaming. These usually stick around for a couple of months before it gets rotated out for another Gundam show.
The Next World is a survival/strategy game set after your colony ship crashes on an alien planet. In the aftermath of the crash, you take command of the ragtag group of survivors as you search the wastes for supplies and attempt to build up your base, all the while searching for answers to explain why your mission…
It’s been a long time since I’ve chimed in with a review, but it’s a disservice to give Cho Dengeki Stryker anything less. What started as a fun action story ended with an incredible world and an even more powerful message. This is Overdrive’s finest hour.
Throughout the ages, we’ve seen countless heroes rise and fall in the superhero genre. With Chou Dengeki Stryker, we get to see a new one born from an unlikely place. At first, Stryker reminds me a great deal of both One Punch Man and Majikoi, but it’s a lot more than that.
One common refrain we’ve heard for months since the podcast relaunched into Season 2 was that it needed a new feed. Today, we can proudly say that we have a new home, complete with all the previous episodes, on http://podcast.anitay.org/
Admin Blimp: Be aware that posting to the tag “Ani-TAY Podcast” (and “AniTAY Podcast”) on the Ani-TAY Blog is now regulated. You can not post things to this tag without approval from the admins.
If there were ever a time for me to overanalyze something for no particular reason at all, the time is now. This is a frame-by-frame breakdown of everything I saw in the trailer.
I’m back to host the Café for the first time in a while, so this is a throwback installment of the Café. Got any stories from prehistoric Ani-TAY? Any old shows that you’re eager to suddenly go and watch recently?
As promised (although a bit late) here are the two Ani-TAY Muv-Luv Podcast episodes. This episode covers Alternative. This is a spoiler zone.
As promised (although a bit late) here are the two Ani-TAY Muv-Luv Podcast episodes. This episode discusses Extra and Unlimited.
Today, the Muv-Luv Kickstarter is coming to an end. Having shattered previous visual novel Kickstarters with over US$1 million, it ends on a final high-note. The end result is that one of the most highly regarded pieces of Japanese literature is coming to English.
Ani-TAY (or AniTAY for those people) has been around for a long time at this point, though the Ani-TAY blog is still just over a year old. At this point it seems like good practice to set out everything from rules to legal positions in one place.