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Mushishi Zoku Shou and Durarara!!x2 Shou are each the second season of their particular series. Tsukimonogatari and Hanamonogatari are a part of the Monogatari series that starts with Bakemonogatari, highly recommended. Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works is an alternative "path" of the Fate/Stay Night series, I much prefer the prequel Fate/Zero though.

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Psycho-Pass is excellent

 

Rage of Bahamut is nice-looking fantasy fare. Personally I feel that there is something missing, but it's alright.

 

Aldanoah Zero is hampered by a s*** protagonist and somewhat silly plot, but otherwise it's OK-ish.

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As a random recommendation, I throw Kyousogiga. Imagine TTGL but more about world-building and family relations than big fights (still exist though!)

 

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Gonna try it next.

 

 

Thanks for this, great anime. I really liked it, really, really liked it.

 

Unlike Hataraku Maou-sama!, which is light hearted, Kyousougiga really has some depth to it.

 

Got any more recommendations? Doesn't have to be slice of life, though I wouldn't mind more of it!

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As a random recommendation, I throw Kyousogiga. Imagine TTGL but more about world-building and family relations than big fights (still exist though!)

 

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Gonna try it next.

 

 

Thanks for this, great anime. I really liked it, really, really liked it.

 

Unlike Hataraku Maou-sama!, which is light hearted, Kyousougiga really has some depth to it.

 

Got any more recommendations? Doesn't have to be slice of life, though I wouldn't mind more of it!

 

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Watched Guilty Crown.
 

Now I'm so bummed out...I'm such a sucker for a happy ending and I guess the ending wasn't bad as such, but it wasn't happy at all, at least for me. To think I'm still waiting for Evangelion 4.0, that one's gonna hurt...


 
Anyways great anime.
 
Also here is the list of anime I started watching. So far I haven't watched an anime I didn't like or at least finish from it.

 

 

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Added it to the list. Hope it lives up to the reviews.

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Hentai?

Gotta transfer that prana

 

Edit: I've caught up on Garo: The Animation. It's solid medieval fantasy sentai, but the mid-series climax had fights that I expected to happen at the end of the series, and some twists that happened during those have shattered the series' status quo. I have no idea what direction the plot will take during the remaining 7 episodes and this pleases me somewhat.

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Recently finished Steins;Gate and season one of Psycho-Pass - thoroughly enjoyed both, Steins;Gate especially. About to begin watching Attack on Titan? Worth a damn?

 

I read one of the Stein;Gate's mangas once, I ain't touching that anime, at least not yet. That **** hits hard and I'm not ready yet for another feels trip.

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Finished Stein's Gate myself recently, as well -- It lives up to the title of this very thread, being an emotional rollercoaster in very sense of the word that really got to me, and I was also genuinely impressed by the dub which I chose to watch since I felt I needed it in English when it's time travel we are speaking.

 

It actually came as a recommendation to those who liked Groundhog Day and Eternal Sunshine, which ended up getting me onboard. I can see why as well, in regards to its ending.

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Much like Full Metal Alchemist, it's one of those few animes that really got to me and I'm quite impressed, especially considering its a relatively new one at that too. But yeah, I'm glad I stuck with the dub as well, given Dura's Japanese voice made me want to drill out my ear drums -- The time travel stuff would require that the characters speak in a language I could understand, thus it'd be easier to follow.

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Hentai?

 

 

 

Developed from a eroge visual novel, but a VN that actually had a good story to it.

Anime is top class

 

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Ugh, that's gonna be hard. The main problem is that I only recently started watching anime again and I pretty much forgot most of what I watched before that. Though I'm willing to give it a shot.

 

This list only includes TV series (if it were movies, they would probably take all 5 spots).

 

1. Neon Genesis Evangelion - Good or bad this one is the original Emotional Roller Coaster for me. I have watched it so long ago, but it still sticks with me even now.

2. Death Note - Really liked the concept and execution, though season 1 was by far superior to season 2.

3. Code Geass - Again, liked the concept and execution. Solid series throughout.

4. Kyoukai No Kanata - Beyond The Boundary - Liked it

5. Guilty Crown -  Not too sure about this one being here, but it left an impression on me

Kyousougiga was in contention for 5th place.

Samurai Champloo as an honorable mention.

 

I probably forgot about some anime I watched years ago as I used to watch a lot, before I completely switched to manga, but if I forgot them they probably don't belong on the list.

 

There you go, not the most revolutionary list and you probably watched them, but this is what I like.

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3. Code Geass - Again, liked the concept and execution. Solid series throughout.

 

Everyone in Code Geass sucks at chess.

"Good thing I don't heal my characters or they'd be really hurt." Is not something I should ever be thinking.

 

I use blue text when I'm being sarcastic.

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