Oh wow. I actually only have one answer for this one. Mostly because it’s the only romance anime I’ve watched to completion as of writing this. Not to make it sound like that is the only reason that this one is here, goodness no! It’s close to being one of my favourite anime as well.
This might be the hardest one yet. I find it difficult to think back on single episodes of shows I’ve watched and have a particular kind of favouritism toward them over the rest, because I simply haven’t reflected on them enough to confidently explore any. It’s especially hard to choose a favourite episode from the series I consider having consistently great episode after great episode. It’s not something that’s ever occurred to me to think on and figure out until recently.
What I want out of endings is closure, but the best ones deliver things which really resonate with me.
Today I have less picks than previous posts in this anime challenge, and also less to say about each of them. Not because I don’t appreciate sad scenes in anime as much as I appreciate the voice acting talent behind characters or a certain artwork or soundtrack, but rather because I find it so difficult to explain just how much they meant to me when it’s been so long since I’ve experienced those feelings. Though, the ones I have listed are the most memorable and I’d like to believe they still resonate with me.
While there are quite a few talents in voice acting I consider among my favourites I’d love to mention besides ones from anime, the use of the word “seiyuu” for this challenge (meaning “voice actor”) will be decidedly interpreted as only Japanese voice actors that use their talents in the anime industry.
And here I thought I’d only have one in mind this time, but upon writing this I kept recalling more composers, the anime they worked on, and by extension their awesome soundtracks. I’m even less of a music critic than I am an anime critic, so don’t expect any fair evaluations here.
Tales from Borderlands is one of the most charming games I’ve ever played and one of the most fun experiences I’ve had playing a game in quite some time. I’d go as far to say that it’s the strongest standing game Telltale Games has to offer, and perhaps even the best decision Gearbox has made with the Borderlands IP.