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 came across R-15 while looking for ecchi anime to watch over at Crunchyroll. I decided to give it a go and after seeing the first few seconds I was intrigued enough to keep on watching. Sadly the anime is heavily censored on Crunchyroll, meaning that if you want to enjoy the full experience you will have to purchase a copy of the anime.
Several of my friends and acquaintances suggested that I should check out Tokyo Ghoul, because apparently it’s a masterpiece. I usually don’t give in to suggestions, because I tend not to like the same series as my friends do, but this time I gave in and started watching Tokyo Ghoul.
I heard a lot of good things about Psycho-Pass from friends and the overall anime community and I thought I’d check it out. It really disappointed me and it was one of the hardest anime that I’ve managed to sit through due to being so boring and uninteresting.
I’m a fan of Key’s visual novels and even some of their adaptations (mainly Clannad). It just recently came to my attention that Little Busters! had an anime adaptation and I’ve decided to check it out. Well, I can say that the anime adaptation hooked me more than the visual novel did.