>>29671 there are various awards and accolades given out, and stuff like the oofuji prize recognize indie and arthouse stuff, whereas the best we have are like, random bloggers? we have less people to take seriously over here, so I find you get a lot of people hating on "the classics" and hyping up inane stuff obviously I don't think that's a bad thing, I prefer this kinda diversity to a stagnant Spirited Away, Only Yesterday, Ghost in the Shell, the list goes on... type of deal
>>29678 I knew about the awards but are those things taken seriously by otaku? Obviously I don't know anything about Japan but jerking over recommendation charts and making GOAT lists doesn't seem like something Japanese equivalents of /a/utists do. Anyway that /v/ chart isn't representative of a video game canon either, it's just a simple popularity poll.
>>29683 beats me, I'm talking out my ass mostly - you're probably right my thought was that if /a/ were to take a poll it'd be fairly flat and useless outside of Eva at #1 since tastes aren't as homogenized as something like, a /lit/ poll (not to say that /lit/ has stagnant tastes, just a more clear idea of the "classic" and a bias towards those in voting)
>>29411 >>29423 >>29686 The thing is I know there were at least two polls like this but I don't have any of them saved. One was a general /a/ poll and the other one was a poll based on 3x3s. Pretty sure Monogatari and Evangelion were the top 2 in both of them. I also remember the 3x3 had no Code Geass while on the general one it was pretty high.
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