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Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru ~ Review

Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru ~ Review

“A hilarious love comedy that teaches us the hard yards of the harem route!”

It’s every man’s dream; to have two (or usually more) pretty girls to fall in love with you at the same time…possibly all of you living together peacefully afterwards. Of course, those kinds of situations will most likely never happen in real life… that’s why we LOVE to watch this kind of stuff in the world of anime, where they make the harem route seem possible. But behind the covers of every harem route is a tough road, and this anime right here shows us just what it takes to make a harem a reality.

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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo ~ Review

Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo ~ Review

“A cute, inspiring and beautiful story of friends, connection and an inseparable family”

If you want a love story, a cute story, an inspiring story, a dramatic story, a feel-good story, or a tear-jerking story, then you should probably watch this series. Because it just so happens to have all of the above stories in one unforgettable tale of friendship, love and the importance of never forgetting to dream. I can guarantee that by the end of this series, you will be tear-jerked, heart-pounded and inspired all in one.

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Shinsekai Yori ~ Review

Shinsekai Yori ~ Review

“One of the most beautiful and creative stories ever written”

I know there are heaps of anime reviews that I have to write right now, but I have just finished watching this anime and I can’t not write a review for it right this instant. Because to me, this anime has to be one of the most beautifully written, executed and played out stories that has ever been written. And to those who didn’t watch this near-masterpiece, let me tell you why you should pop over to your nearest anime streaming site and watch this grand story.

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The Top 100 Greatest Anime Openings Of All Time: #80 ~ #61

~ The Top 100 Greatest Anime Openings Of All Time: #80 – #61 ~

Anime openings… it’s only a short minute and a half long, but it gives us just that little glimpse of the big picture. The stories, the characters and the overall feel of the anime series can be presented so well (and entertainingly) in a minute and a half. Us anime watchers love those anime openings; whether it’s listening to the song, watching the animation sequence, or in most cases: both! Some anime openings are better than others in more than many ways… but which are the best of the best?

Well, here it is! The Top 100 Greatest Anime Openings Of All Time as chosen by you! The anime lovers, fans and fanatics of the online wonderland!
I’ve been collecting votes for about 2 months, and the feedback was extraordinary.
In a little under 2 months, we managed to collect a whopping 3473 VOTES!
That’s truly amazing! And I thank each and every one of you that voted! Thanks to you guys, I managed to create a list that truly separated the good openings from the epic openings.
Although I had absolutely no part in this list, it seems that my anime-music sense was spot on with the rest of the community; most of my favourite’s obtaining a spot in the top 100.

Well… without further ado, let’s start presenting the Top 100 Greatest Anime Openings of All Time!
I have spit the list into a number of parts (to gain a little tension effect) so for this post, here is #80 to #61 in the Top 100 Greatest Anime Openings of All Time!

Time to have a listen…

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Campione! ~ Review

Campione! ~ Review

“A fantastical harem with cute girls and god killers!”

If you thought that you can’t kill a god, then think again! Because here’s an anime that shows you just what happens when you “kill a god”. It also shows us the awesomeness that is the “harem” genre; I mean we see the harem scenes in quite a few anime’s (that’s what makes anime different from normal animated series, I guess…), but here is a harem series that takes the genre to the next level. If you’ve seen this series, then you’ll know what I mean when I say this… but if you haven’t, then let me explain to you why.

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