After watching the first season of Tokyo Ghoul and enjoying it more than I probably should, I’ve decided to check out the second season. After finishing Tokyo Ghoul √A, I can now understand people who are saying that watching the anime is a waste of time that could be better spent reading the Tokyo Ghoul manga.
I was really excited to check out Roberta’s Blood Trail, because Roberta is one of the most badass characters in Black Lagoon. After watching this 5 part OVA, I have to say that she’s now my favorite as well as most hated character in Black Lagoon series.
Hitsugi no Chaika is the first simulcast anime series that I’ve watched that got two seasons and actually ended in the same year as well. I’m a bit sad that it ended, but at least we received an absolute ending and not the famous “read the manga” ending which is the case for the majority of anime endings nowadays.
There are thousands of visual novels for us to play, especially if you are able to read Japanese. Sadly not all of them are good and suitable for someone who is just starting to discover the great world of visual novels and most likely does not speak or read Japanese. I have decided to provide a list of five visual novels that should be an enjoyable read and hopefully get you craving for visual novels.