S.W.A.T. Reviews: Summer 2014 Pt. 2

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The premise of these reviews is simple: watch the first episode of a series and then immediately sit down to record a review mini-podcast. The reviews are five- to ten-minutes long and entirely off the cuff. As always we only review new shows (so no sequels or continuations) and try to avoid anything that just looks outright awful. These are the next batch from the new season:

Listen – First impressions  of Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun from Dogakobo. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions  of Terror in Resonance from MAPPA. It is streaming on Hulu and Funimation.

Listen – First impressions  of Love Stage!! from J.C. Staff. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions of SHONEN HOLLYWOOD -HOLLY STAGE FOR 49- from Zexcs. It is streaming on Hulu and Funimation.

Listen – First impressions  of HaNaYaMaTa from MADHOUSE. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions  of Blue Spring Ride from Production I.G. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions of Tokyo Ghoul from Pierrot. It is streaming on Hulu and Funimation.

Listen – First impressions  of Sabagebu! – Survival Game Club- from Pierrot+. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions  of Akame ga KILL! from White Fox. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – First impressions  of Person 4 The Golden Animation from A-1 Pictures. It is streaming on Crunchyroll, Hulu, Daisuki, and Aniplex Channel.

 

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6 thoughts on “S.W.A.T. Reviews: Summer 2014 Pt. 2

  1. VichusSmith says:

    Why has Alan played Persona 3 but not 4? Just 1 and done?

    Also, what would you call a Persona 4 anime besides Persona 4? They want the fans of the game to pick it up because it shares the name of their favorite game.

    • reversethieves says:

      I guess I just figured fans of Persona 4 would know this anime is coming out/seek it out while people who aren’t familiar could be thrown off. I’d like to see more game adaptations that don’t just play to their fanbase and instead try to create a good anime that will get people interested in the game. Sadly, these types of anime seem to be few.

      ~kate

      • VichusSmith says:

        Yeah, but you’d kinda be foolish not to play up to the people who loved your game. It’s a weird balancing act. I will agree that the final product was not very friendly to a new audience.

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