Ryuugayou Nanana: Despite the dumb setup with the cute gamer girl living in his room, they actually haven’t exploited it all that much. She’s more like an NPC in a video game. She gives information to anybody, regardless of who they are and regardless of the consequences. She can always be found in the same location, she gives out quests, she knows all the item stats. This entire world seems to be a game.
No Game No Life: While the world of Nanana looks like a fun game, the world of No Game No Life looks like a really shitty one. A game where only one player knows the rules is not very funny. And why is it that all the world’s rules seem inviolable except the cheating one? Also, this show completely fails at convincing the viewers that the two siblings are as great as they’re made out to be. The main character is supposed to be this great, charismatic leader, but this is only shown in how he inspires a bunch of chess pieces. This super charismatic guy can’t even make friends. He’s people-savvy only in comparison to Stephanie, who is a moron. I can buy that the sister is intelligent. She’s probably actually a computer though.
Fuun Ishin Dai Shogun: So this show obviously has no money. Most of the thing is barely animated. They seem to draw still character cut-outs and slide them around most of the time. But you know what? For all that, they still manage to express a story that I’m interested in watching. This is an excellent show as far as perverted harems go. It’s not about how well you animate the vibrations of enormous mounds of flesh. It’s what you do with the characters and whether you can move things along enough to keep people entertained.
Black Bullet: DISCRIMINATION IS WRONG KIDS! Don’t hate lolis!
What an inspirational message, everyone should learn from it.