That's just chili, my dude. It's just that you can't tell 'till later games because this game does barley even have not graphics.
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This album is pretty great, in all honesty. But I have to say, I find the 1st quarter of the album extremely lacking compared to everything after it. I'd say the album starts to pick up around the track "2PAC". Possibly even in the track before it. Then it's all uphill from there. For me, it just kept getting better and better. Deeper and deeper. I was suprised it was the same album I had started listening to from the beginning. Maybe this is a bit of a given, considering BROCKHAMPTON is a bit of a large group, but when it comes to sound, There is great variety overall. But I also feel that this contributes to the first quarter of the album not being quite as great as the rest, but nothing was truly bad when it came to instrumentals. Nothing I could really see a problem with at least. Other than that, I don't have much else to say about it. It was a delightful surprise, and maybe I'll do SATURATION II someday.
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Also this chick accidentally let go of a balloon.
I feel like this anime is a bunch of potential, and little to no payoff. I'm gonna spoil the structure of this anime a little bit because it's my biggest gripe with the whole thing. Medaka Box introduces itself as a seemingly unrealistic comedy. Fair enough. The plot is a good idea, the characters and their interactions with one another are interesting and funny, and the setting is large enough for variety. Sometimes a situation occurs which also changes the tone of a scene to be contrastingly dark, and concludes with the same upbeat and comedic tone as the anime usually is, which is really interesting and funny. Now if that's how the whole anime was, with some other added development, I'd be cool with it. But problems start to arise around the tail end of season one. Just when you think you like where the anime is going plot-wise, it takes an unexpected and maybe even unwelcome turn. All of a sudden (quite literally), the anime turns into an extremely serious Shonen for some reason. There's a couple of reasons that this is just an awful. For one, it's just inconsistent. If the anime had sprinkled all of this action and dark scenes through the episodes before, then it would make more sense. But it just happens out of nowhere. By the way, this part of season one that gets all action-y is dark, but even darker than the dark scenes in the more comedy-centric section of the season. At least those scenes end light-heartedly. This is just dark overall, and even darker. It's such a jump in seriousness. Anyways, as for the second thing, this jump from comedy to Shonen really blurs the line of actions that can be used for comedy, and actions that have consequences. The comedy in the beginning of the season is very animated and extreme. So when hard violence is used later in the season, it feels empty. As for season two, it just goes full-on Action Shonen. So if that's a turn for the anime that you enjoyed, then enjoy. But be warned. Medaka Box has one of the worst endings to an anime I've seen, period. I'm not gonna spoil it, but anyone who was enjoying the series even a little bit will hate this end. But I'd say it's an OK series. [Requested by @zeke_is_fucking_spooky ]
I wanna get one thing straight: Death Note is fucking cool. Everything from concept to characters. It really is. But why are so many people gave this anime so much praise? There are a billion "cool" amines, after all. I feel that it's because of how the story is executed. Now I never bring up the manga versions of animes that I cover because they're irrelevant to a review on the anime, but for an example, I'll be needing it here. The manga and the anime of Death Note are exactly the same. Almost beat for beat. But the execution on each are different. Home release volumes of the manga are extremely thick. Harry Potter thick. There are only about four if I'm not mistaken, so they each take up a lot of the story. The anime on the other hand, leaves cliffhangers with episodes. My very first time watching through, I binged the whole season because I couldn't stop. So other than execution, how is the story actually? Don't worry, no spoilers here. Well, it starts off extremely minimalistic. Making the goal of our anti-hero crystal clear. But the story gets interestingly complicated as the episodes go on. It's blood-pumping at times, not knowing what happens, and very dramatic. About halfway through the season, a major change/event happens. If you know what it is, and want to know what I feel about it, I personally like it. But other than all of this, I think the ending is a bit of a cop out. Very underwhelming, and a little dumb in my opinion. Also, since I'm probably not gonna get the chance to talk about it again, I personally feel that the 2015 drama adaption of Death Note is better than the anime/manga. Of course, I won't go into it, but just a little side note. But even so, I highly consider this anime for beginners. It's partly famous for further popularizing anime in the 2000's.