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Please tell me what good Animes on Crunchyroll that I should watch. ^^
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Posted 2/25/15 , edited 2/25/15
It really comes down to what your tastes are, but coming from my bias opinion...

Firstly I can recommend Little Busters. Seeing as this is my all time favorite anime, I can't really say anything bad about it. It's a mixture of mostly drama and comedy. Also, it's a work from Key (Clannad, Angel Beats, Kanon...) so naturally you'll probably take a ride on the feels train like I did multiple times. Crunchyroll has the first two seasons, but it doesn't have the OVA or the 8 episode special-season. But yes, I can highly recommend it.
Another one of my favorites on Crunchyroll is Kill la Kill. I'm not usually one for action-orientated anime, but Kill la Kill is so stylistic, so ridiculous and so funny that it's impossible for me not to hate it. Oh, I have to mention that the OST is probably the best I've heard in an anime before.
One other that I really like is Another. It's a horror/mystery so I'm naturally a fan. Wish there were more... But I can't say a ton about it other than its story and twists were great. I like it way too much and I don't know why.

Those three are just some of my all time favorites and are pretty different from each other, but there's a lot more I can recommend. I don't know, I just like recommending anime way too much.
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Posted 3/6/15 , edited 3/25/15
Out of those three, I've watched Kill La Kill, and I think it was pretty good. It took a few episodes for me to get invested in the story, but once I did, I watched it all the way through. I also like the way they ended the anime.

On another note, if you like anime where the stakes keep getting higher and higher, like Gurren Lagann, try Samurai Flamenco.
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Posted 3/7/15 , edited 3/25/15
I'd say Dog Days, even though the 3r season didn't make it to the west (for some reason god only knows), you can't go wrong with the other 2.

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Posted 3/16/15 , edited 3/25/15
Yea, unfortunately CR didn't get the licence for Dog Days 3 in America. The First two seasons are still pretty great.
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Posted 3/17/15 , edited 3/17/15
The fact that they only listed it to Korea and China puzzles me to no end, let's just hope that CR fix this mistake some time later.

My next recommendation would be Squid Girl



One of the most random pieces of randomness on CR, it's really worth every second you spend watching it. The only problem would be availability, but since I can watch it here on Brazil (one of the newest branches of CR), I guess it should be up on most of the world.
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Posted 3/17/15 , edited 3/17/15
I shall make some more recommendations as well. I'll try to keep it a little shorter this time.

One of my favorite animes that I've recently watched is Usagi Drop. I don't really know why I like it so much but I almost gave it a 10/10. It feels like either you'll find it boring or awesome (like I did). Yes, One of my favorite genres of anime is Slice-of-Life.
Another one I could recommend on CR is Angel Beats!. It's written by Key so the feels are to be had. The only problem is that it's way too short with the amount of characters it hosts (13eps and like 15 characters), but the problem is being fixed with 6 releases of Visual Novels. Yes, I'll be reading them once they're translated (after like two years for each of them ). Hopefully they get adapted into an anime.
Lastly, I can recommend Log Horizon. I finished the first season a few days ago and will watch the second season once it's done airing in two weeks. Basically, it's nothing like Sword Art Online and I think people who compare the two are silly. The only thing that they both share is the setting (and even then, they're quite different). So if the idea VRMMO's interest you and you didn't like SAO, this is what you should be watching.
SAO is about a single person (who for the most part, I dislike) doing VRMMO stuff while LH is more about a group of people, or a society. The part I enjoyed the most in SAO was the building of the society and culture, but that didn't last long. LH is all about that.
Oh and the OP is amazing.

I've given them all a high 9/10 so there's that. I tend to rate my animes pretty high since I mostly rate on how much I enjoyed myself while watching them. Apparently I enjoy almost all the animes I've watched.

...I guess I didn't keep it shorter than last time. All well.
Edit: Oh mah god, after I posted it I realized that it's much longer then the first time.
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Posted 3/20/15
i can confirm that angel beats and log horizon are really good. I haven't watched Usagi Drop, so I'll try it. Thanks for the recommendation.
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Thank you all.
are any of you up-to-date with tokyo ghoul ^^?
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No, I haven't watched it, although my sister's been bugging me to watch it, so I'll probably give it a try soon.
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Posted 3/30/15 , edited 3/31/15

Kielomo wrote:

i can confirm that angel beats and log horizon are really good. I haven't watched Usagi Drop, so I'll try it. Thanks for the recommendation.


Though I haven't watched neither Log Horizon nor Angel Beats, I can confirm that Usagi Drop is indeed quite good, that is, if you like sappy dramas, 'cause that anime is one of the sweetest things I've ever watched.

Just look at this:



Rin is probably the cutest child ever...

Just be sure to stay with the anime, 'cause the manga sucks hard after the timeskip near the final quarter of the series.
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Posted 3/30/15 , edited 4/4/15


Damn double post, sorry...
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Yeah, I read about what happened in the Usagi Drop manga and... yeah... that happened. Thank god they didn't adapt it in the anime. If anyone watches it you should read about what happens; it's messed up. :sweatingbullets:

While I'm here, I may as well recommend another anime.
I shall highly recommend Barakamon. It aired in the summer last year and I loved it. It's a comedy that is quite funny, and also a drama that is quite good... and funny. I just think it's one of those anime where I like it more then I should.
I'm in Canada and apparently it's not available up here... Is it available in the US?
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Posted 4/17/15
Started to watch world trigger guys :D. have any of you seen it? :3
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