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Wow, didn't realise my Full Moon wo Sagasite review would irritate anyone so much >.<
As for episodes being fillers- you do most likely have a better idea, after all, you've watched the whole show I presume :)
I personally disliked the songs, but I feel you can't really have a bit of a nag at me for disliking them, although I see your point at how they could be a lot worse. And yes, dancing I expected, but the dancing? I mean...it was like they were puppets, the dancing wasn't flowing and I just thought it looked very odd I'm afraid :S
I'm sorry I rated Elfen Lied higher because I enjoyed it more....? :S Yes, I do like stories with darker tones, we just have different opinions. If you rate Elfen Lied low and Full Moon high, I can't say I'd exactly complain to you about it. Elfen Lied's plot isn't dumb, not to me anyway. You can think that if you want to, I don't want an arguement >< But the opinions you feel you seem to like enforcing onto others a bit too much. My reviews are just my own opinion, no one need take them to heart.
Thankyou and good day :)
I didn't want to confuse people with the whole manhwa or manga thing, its just called different things depending on what country it is (alot of people in NA still call manga comics). I know the author is Korean and he uses Korean names in the manga(manhwa), but the publishing company and editor is actually Japanese. So it gets published in Japanese first, then it gets translated in Korean. I deffinetly feel like manhwa would be more appropiate in this particular case though, considering a lot of the manga(manhwa) is based on Korean mythology and legends, but again I just wanted to avoid confusion.
I actually have heard of Kaiji, I just never really got around to watching it. I only recently started watching anime out of different genre's (I previously stuck with sci-fi and slice of life) so I'll probably get around to it once I finish all the shows I'm watching now. Thanks for the recommendation!
It seems we have a difference of opinion. That happens from time to time. You seem to be the type to be very critical of your anime, as you have never given a 5 star rating to any anime you've reviewed on anime-planet. I, however, watch anime because I enjoy it. In that mindset, my ratings are based off how much I enjoyed it. 1 star = hated. 2 stars = didn't like. 3 stars = liked. 4 stars = really liked. 5 stars = loved.
Your comment makes me wonder if you took the time to actually click on my name and see what I found enjoyable, for a quick comparison of our tastes. I'm inclined to think that you posted without taking the 2 seconds it would have taken to answer your own question. Either way, no hard feelings, and thanks for taking the time to give your feedback to my review.
I can't say responding to the comment you made on my review for Xam'd Lost Memories as "troll review is troll" is a good idea since the review was positively glowing by comparison to the reviews I've trashed various popular titles on. I guess I'm trying to figure out if you misunderstood the review, didn't agree with it at all, or you yourself are just trolling (hence my hesitance to even reply).
Fact remains, the title in question was given 4/5 Stars, a score of 9.5/10, and is currently part of my Top Anime List.
Finally, after looking at some of your other comments on various profiles I'm more inclined to believe you're just trolling yourself, which is sad but thems the breaks. If you're not trolling and have just misunderstood by all means ask, if you are trolling my response is "umadbro?".