Garo: The Crimson Moon — First Impressions

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Knights fight monsters.

I don’t know. It wasn’t bad, necessarily, but it just feels like it’s lacking after the first Garo. It’s too straightforward. Everyone’s too competent (except the kid who’s just annoying).

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And it was a really strange story. That guy is making a statue, some random girl tells him the statue doesn’t have enough “life”, and he immediately goes off to start sacrificing virgins at the full moon? WTF???

What’s weirder is that her being a jerk is what started the guy on his path to being a mass-murderer. She’s fully aware of this and doesn’t give a crap. It’s just weird…

5 thoughts on “Garo: The Crimson Moon — First Impressions

  1. He was already sacrificing women to make his prior statues, that’s what it seemed like to me. They heavily hinted at it.

    And well, that seems like Seimei’s character, she told carver-due to rely on his own strength, but offered the Knight her aid even though he said he doesn’t need it.

    And yeah, annoying kid, meh design, grating voice 😛

  2. ”And it was a really strange story. That guy is making a statue, some random girl tells him the statue doesn’t have enough “life”, and he immediately goes off to start sacrificing virgins at the full moon? WTF???

    What’s weirder is that her being a jerk is what started the guy on his path to being a mass-murderer. She’s fully aware of this and doesn’t give a crap. It’s just weird…”

    You’re the first reviewer I see to mention this but yea. I was really weirded out but what was going on. But I guess he was already a weirdo working in a cave?

    1. I guess if he had been sacrificing people to make his statues before it makes a bit more sense, but still, what a weirdo.

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