Cool. I was mostly worried that the show would end up going some weird Battle Royale direction halfway through, since it sounded like it got fairly serious. I may add this to my queue at some point.Without derailing this thread too much, C3 is an interesting series and I wouldn't say to avoid it just out of hat. It has a real low point for the protagonist, but it ends on a serious high note for her. If you don't mind spoilers...
Yeah, I do want to check this out, assuming it ends up streaming on one of the usual suspects.That said, as a fan of C3, I am absolutely going to check out Survival Game Club.
It would have been sooo much better if it had stayed like that.Our focus is on a small Arandas mecha unit manoeuvring near the Wall. Just three mechas, their pilots, and at best a dozen support staff in their trucks. The Captain, who knows the score, welcomes the Wall Garnison's order to fall back inwards like the escape out of this death trap it is.
Impressive. This succeeds on every level : a toxic atmosphere, the quick descent of the protagonist into the deep end, striking visuals... The very good use of Kana Hanazawa helps, too. It's creepy, paranoid, and quite disturbing.
Now, do I want to keep watching it ? Probably, yes. I have some niggling doubts about where it's going, but it's an auspicious start. There are many ways for it to fall apart quickly, but so far, so good.
Unfortunately, it's often the case when I don't have this information at hand when writing the reviews (and I'm out of my editing window by the time I get it). I think the best compromise is to do a simulcast recap at the thread's end, when the dust will have settled down a bit.Jhiday, can I ask a favor? In those cases where a show has a legal US streamer could you put the company in your summary?
I have been posting regularly over in the main anime thread with a compiled update of all legal streaming for the new season's shows. Lots of stuff is still not announced (or isn't being streamed yet), but that's a place to start.Jhiday, can I ask a favor? In those cases where a show has a legal US streamer could you put the company in your summary? Last season and this one will have time crunches for me that mean I will probably only watch 3 shows a week. Being able to go back to this guide in a month or so and see not only the writeup but also who streams the show would be very useful for catching up with shows later in the year.