Build Divide is another anime based around a trading card game though I'm not sure if it is a real game or not. Whichever way, this anime is real focused on explaining the rules. But is Build Divide worth watching?
With two episodes available on Netflix I decided to check out Blue Period. While I'm not huge on slice-of-life anime, I'd read some positive reviews around the first episode and was interested. But is Blue Period worth watching?
So vampires are having an idol competition to see who can gain power or something along those lines. This anime boasts some fascinating character designs by is Visual Prison worth watching?
When I first read the synopsis of Night Head 2041 I wondered why it sounded kind of familiar. Turns out there was an anime from 2006, Night Head Genesis, that I may have watched some or all of at some point. Clearly it left an impression given I barely remembered it. Anyway, how are the first three episodes of this 2021 anime, Night Head 2041?
I was kind of curious about The Duke of Death and his Maid. The supernatural romance tag was definitely appealing and so I was quite hopeful firing up the first three episodes of this series. But did it meet my expectations and is it worth watching?
I was avoiding trying Battle Game in 5 Seconds when I read the synopsis that indicated a whole bunch of people were dragged into another death match. Where have I seen that before? That said, the first three episodes turned out to be surprisingly watchable. But is it worth continuing?
Sonny Boy is an anime I've been reading reviews and first impressions of since the Summer season began and now I'm finally giving it a try. But is it worth watching?
Tsukimichi - Moonlit Fantasy intrigued me with its visual but were these first three episodes worth watching? And is it worth continuing?
I'd read a number of fairly negative reviews of episode one of Scarlet Nexus but still decided to give the first three episodes a watch. Was it worth it?
Given this one only has a 6.41 score on MAL I wasn't going in to Full Dive expecting a masterpiece. That said, at three episodes into Full Dive, there's a definite question of whether or not this is actually even supposed to be entertaining.