Has anyone on /a/ watched Tsukihime?
I found it really good, how does the Visual Novel fare?
THERE IS NO TSUKIHIME ANIME
It loses Shiki's internal monologues, misses a lot of backstory and character interaction, and badly merged most of the routes into a huge mess.
The first half of the show does Arc's route somewhat decently, but after that it becomes a jumbled mess. If you have nothing against reading and you liked the show I would definitely recommend the VN.
VN remake when? Translatation of the VN remake when?
Mahoyo Part 2 when? Eng translation when? Will the French translation finish before commie release it?
Will Nasu stop milking Fate? New Fate VN for PC when?
>play Melty Blood
>Look into the series because of him
>My face when dropped
Idunno, there are plenty of aspects of Zero that I really enjoy over Stay Night. The least of which being that all the masters don't go to the same freaking high school.
So /a/. You're given the choice to replace one route for the fabled Sensei route. Who do you replace for Aoko and why?
The characters art on this show was gorgeous, shame about all the rest though
>replacing Ciel's route for Sensei's
This needs to happen.
I'd also like a Satsuki route but we all know that will never happen ;_;
>actual sensible replies for once
Compared to the average VN adaptation it didn't do too badly, and as an anime in its own right it's
The artwork was OK, it's better than the weirdly mishaped style Ufotable have used for all their TM works.
/a/ hates the Tsukihime anime.
I enjoyed it, but the visual novel is supposed to be incomparably better.
I always enjoyed the Tsukihime OP
>Characters art was nice
>Music was fantastic
>voice acting was cool
characters and plot where destroyed with stupid and horrible paced mix between routes that took everything characteristic about the characters and shoved down the toiled, shiki's character was downed to a regular clueless fag, so everything good about this show was tainted by the writers stupidity, because you could later see how a single mangaka actually got most of the best of every route in the Tsukihime manga, yes taking arcs route, the same thing this anime tried to do and failed miserably
I always recomend the Tsukihime manga to people who want to get into typemoon besides fate, it's basically the best adaptation out there, plus less mollusks references included
The anime basically changed the personalities of the characters in the visual novel. And that really changes a lot of the mood from the anime to the VN. The manga was actually closer to the source material, so much that the author himself said the manga was such a great work that it'll take a lot from him to surpass it.
He never said that about the anime, which he said was its own canon.
The Tsukihime animu certainly had that 90's feeling and atmosphere i really liked that, the music and some scenes catched that feeling, but it tried too hard to be hellsing though, another incomplete adaptation by then
It's kind of sad considering those years where the perfect time for those kind of stories to shine but well...
>JC Staff in charge of decent adaptations
Not trying to compare a manga to an entire franchise but, Hellsing anime got many people interested into it's source material enough to keep it alive, tsukihime anime didn't get any love, most people these days got into tsukihime by fate or catching the manga
In Japan at least it was considered a milestone of sorts, it was the first doujin product to get its own official televised anime. Obviously FSN and its 2006 anime kind of overshadowed it, but it was a pretty big deal at the time.
It would be about hamburgers, hot springs, and mana restoration.