It's just sad that one of Key's works gets to have such a bad animation. I gave the first episode a 5/10, which means it's highly unlikely I'll ever really like the show no matter how good the plot is.
It's just such a waste.
Maybe KyoAni should make a remake a couple years later as with Kanon.
I think most high schools don't have such educational licenses. Perhaps a university does, like how I can get free licenses of Visual Studio and Mathematica, for example.
Except I forgot to order a PCB.
And it wasn't a replacement part. It's a completely new part I didn't have before. It was the PCB of the power switching board.
First episode of Little Busters had to be the most disappointing of the season. Animation was pretty bland but honestly, so was everything else so I'm not going to get too pissy about animation. I'm not sure if it's just the work itself or JC Staff but I have faith in both studios so I'm not giving up yet. That being said, Little Busters is the one KEY work I've never been particularly interested in. Only the studio name attached to it ever made it noteworthy. The characters, antics, jokes, and overall interactions just were flat this episode and I am pretty dumb founded at the moment...oh well, we'll see what happens. Like I said, I still have faith!
Hah, I felt behind just not watching for a season! Can't imagine how you'd feel. Then again, I've always been an anime first kind of guy.
I know what you mean with regards to bad anime.
Lately though I've become better at judging whether an anime is good or not before watching. And I do still regularly drop stuff I don't like.
I personally didn't read manga all that much though, since I somehow found it annoying trying to read it off my screen. It was less annoying to read it off my phone, but there the screen is kinda small so it's far from ideal. As a result I've only been really reading manga when I'm on vacation.
Nowadays though, I spent my Thursday and Friday afternoon in Europe's one and only public manga library/cafe. Reading manga in paper format for €0.17 per volume is so much better.
Over time I just gained a method of evaluation and it has helped my intake control for the most part but my personality just makes it so sometimes I take a risk on anime that I'm on edge about. This makes it so I still drop a few anime a season. I actually averaged it out that since I started watching anime by the season as frequently as I do now, I drop about 19% of my shows.
Hello guys! I have risen from the dead! Oh my word, 4500 unread posts. That't going to take an eternity to read all of them.
Anyway, what I've been up to. Well not much really since I spend my time focusing on school work although I will soon get a Fostex T50RP that I will plan to mod them.
Other than that, I've watched the first episode of Zetsuen no Tempest. Quite nice actually, can't wait for the next episode.
What it do Vortex? Tempest was pretty awesome for me too.