Don't Call Us a Junk Game! - Recommendations

Alt title: Kusoge-tte iuna! Animation

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Mini Vanguard 2

Mini Vanguard 2

Second season of Mini Vanguard.

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Mini Vanguard

Mini Vanguard

When they’re not battling it out in tournaments or training to be the best, Aichi, Kamui, Misaki and the rest of the gang have plenty of fun misadventures. Whether they’re participating in interviews, enjoying a hot bath, learning how to be a better Vanguard player by reading fairy tales, or even flying giant mecha in an epic space battle, Card Capital’s residents are sure to have a good time!

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Demon Lord, "Petit" Retry!

Demon Lord, "Petit" Retry!

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Car & Tue

Car & Tue

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Overlord II: Play Play Pleiades

Overlord II: Play Play Pleiades

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Good Morning!!! Doronjo

Good Morning!!! Doronjo

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Tales of HR

Tales of HR

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Macross Fufonfia

Macross Fufonfia

A series of webshorts based on the characters from Macross Frontier, placing them into the roles of various employees of the software development company "Frontier Software."

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Mobile Police Patlabor Minimum: Minipato

Mobile Police Patlabor Minimum: Minipato

Unlike most shows the three episodes are not only totally unrelated to each other but really don't follow a plot as such and are more a light hearted jibe at both the Patlabor series (TV and films) and other "mecha" Anime. Episode 1 is a brief introduction to the weaponry carried by the Ingram and how it was designed and why it is the way it is. Episode 2 looks at the design and maintenance of the Ingram 98 AV in SVU2 and takes a swipe at the marketing forces behind them (as in merchandising for the series). Episode 3 is the only one to attempt to expand on a very minor point raised in the original TV show and just how SVU2 is actually funded.

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DD Hokuto no Ken

DD Hokuto no Ken

In the 21st century, the characters of Fist of the North Star are living in peaceful Japan. In particular, Kenshirō is a convenience store worker, Raoh works at a factory, and wracked by illness, Toki is looking for work. The legend of the Fighting NEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) North Star begins in the modern day.

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