>God Tier: 2060s anime
>Great Tier: 2070s anime
>Good Tier: 2030s anime
>Retro Classics Tier: 2010s anime, 2020s anime
>Decent tier: 2050s anime
>Ugh, I'm glad those days are over tier: 2040s anime
You, too, could be watching the GREATEST ANIME of the DECADE.
Pick up Kemono Friends today!
>Just beat spooky grandpa ghost
What would you say in this situation, anon?
Leave the universal tournament to me
>ttfw we used to be a happy family
>people said that HxH is the best Yoshihiro Togashi work
>get to episode 3
>the characters are all extremely boring and there hasn't been any buildup to anything at all so far
So when does this get good? It feels really generic so far. The only reason why I haven't dropped it is so I can fap to the porn better.
You guys are alright, don't go to Heaven tomorrow.
Is this historically accurate?
Sao is shit.
what the fuck just happened, I am traumatized.
why would he do this to her? what the fuck is wrong with Andre?
Why this slut is supposed to be the "best girl"?
/a/ is under the delusion that was the case with Aquarion Evol and look how that turned out
Best 'the feels' moments.
>I very very strong man, you very very strong man. Fight Joe Fight
Not particularly. Each girl has their own route where they don't particularly even interact with the other girls or are even in a relationship with the protagonist. It's more of an omnibus format of sorts, each story being its own contained thing instead of them all existing in one singular world. Which in the end makes every girl their own winner.
no, neither are most other multiple love interest anime which get called harem on here a harem.
most of the time pseudo harems focus on one girl per episode and then focus on a different girl the next episode and yet another girl the subsequent episode. Then back to the first girl at a later time and start the cycle again.
Amagami SS is the same just that it gives you all the girl A episodes at first and only starts with girl B when that is finished.
It's as much of a harem as e.g. Love Hina, Haganai, Nisekoi, etc.
I dare say Amagami SS is closer to a harem than those, because Junichi actually gets together with all the girls. Just one at a time in different what-if scenarios, but still.
How often is attachment disorder portrayed as a serious psychological impediment instead of goofy tsundere lolsofunnyexdee misadventures?
Why does she have to suffer so much when she's so pure?