The theme for this week is Simplicity/Minimalism. Fortunately Canberra delivered some beautiful blue skies that admirably fit the bill:
Yes, I’m still binging on the Fate franchise. Deal with it.
Kaleid Liner does turn serious when necessary, has quite an engaging story, and decent characterisation but is dragged down by some really creepy fanservice in places. So this is a show where your mileage will vary. Continue reading
Well, that was an experience, and one that lived up to the title.
I liked it, but it isn’t the sort of film I’d normally watch. Continue reading
Unlimited is more or less a direct sequel to Fate/Zero, and builds directly on what Zero set up. I say a direct sequel because there were apparently several routes through the original Visual Novel, and Unlimited covers one of those routes. I understand that the original Fate/Stay Night (2005) covered another route.
So, how does Unlimited stack up against Zero? I enjoyed it more, but might struggle on a rewatch, and there are major spoilers ahead. Continue reading