91 Days is an original anime developed and produced by the same new studio that was created to bring us Durarara!!x2, Shuka. The anime is directed by Hiro Kaburaki and is 12 episodes in length + 1 recap, and has a 24 min. duration for each episode. 91 Days started broadcast in Japan on July 9, 2016 and ended on September 30, 2016.
Harmonia is Key’s 12th and most recent visual novel and was made to celebrate Key’s 15th anniversary. Very much like another one of Key’s famous works, Planetarian, Harmonia is a kinetic novel; a type of visual novel that offers no choices and thus no alternative endings, a single and set ending. Harmonia is unique among Key titles in terms of release, as it was first released in English before Japanese. It was released on September 23, 2016 in English and the Japanese release has yet to be announced.
Read the full review here: Link
Kamisama no Inai Nichiyoubi (The Sunday Without God) is an anime adapted from a light novel of the same name by Irie Kimihito (Story) and Shino (Art). The anime is directed by Kumazawa Yuuji, produced by Madhouse Studios and is 12 episodes in length, plus an un-aired 13th episode (special). Kami-sama started broadcast in Japan on July 7, 2013 and ended on September 22, 2013.
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic is an anime adapted from a manga of the same name by Ohtaka Shinobu. The story itself is based off an old classic, 1001 Nights, often referred to as Arabian Nights or 1001 Arabian Nights. The anime is directed by Masunari Koji, produced by A-1 Pictures and is 25 episodes in length. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic started broadcast in Japan on October 7, 2012 and ended on March 31, 2013.
I know that I am pretty late at posting this review, as it has been about 6 months since season one ended. I started writing the review right after the final episode, but I wanted to post it in anticipation of season two… so I waited. Yeah, ‘kay?
Season two airs on October 6, 2013! Less than a month away! So, for anticipation I decided to do the Magi 30 Day Challenge. Should have done it earlier, but what the hell. So after this post I will be posting each day answering a question from the 30 Day Challenge, nothing grand, but fun! For it to be even more interesting, I ask Magi fans to follow along with me and post your answers in reply to my daily post. All just to anticipate the up-coming season two! ヽ(･∀･)ﾉ
Since I haven’t seen any available on the web, I’ve made my own. These are the selections I’ve chosen to get the true ending to complete Refrain. I didn’t experiment with other choices, so I’m not certain if some of the other choices in the beginning will change anything or not.
Since this isn’t the review for the entire game, I’ll only do a brief introduction of the information to it:
Rewrite is Key’s 9th and currently most recent visual novel. It was released on June 24, 2011 and a fan disc that is an extension to the game, Rewrite: Harvest festa!, was released on July 27, 2012.
For the longest time, I’ve been dying to play Rewrite. After some serious searching, failing, giving up, re-motivation, rinse-and-repeat-another-10-times, finding, failing again, giving up again, retrying again, and finally acquiring accomplishment, did I get the English Rewrite game at last! Courtesy of Amaterasu Translations. It was certainly well worth all that effort…
and 7.5GB on my laptop… ;w;