Ace Attorney – Phoenix is Always Right Anime Review

What is Ace Attorney?

The director who brought you Space Brothers (Ayumu Watanabe) and the writers who written Inazuma Eleven (Atushiro Tomioka). Based on the Capcom’s Ace Attorney video game and it’s animated by A-1 Pictures (same animator that does the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice). Ace Attorney is a mystery courtroom video game, where you play as a rookie defense lawyer named Phoenix Wright who helps his clients get a not guilty verdict.

Phoenix wright has a rival prosecutor named Miles Edgeworth who’s in his way. Phoenix meets characters on the way such as Maya Frey, Larry Butz, Dick Gumshoe and many more. As the game progress, instead of being a lawyer Phoenix is an investigator that look for clues behind the murder. Phoenix can talk to witness and get help from his closes friends and present the evidence in the court of law. The anime is a adaption of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Justice for All.

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Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV – Crown Prince Anime Review

What is Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV?

Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV is a 5-part anime ONA based on Square Enix’s hit game Final Fantasy XV. Brotherhood is directed by Soichi Masui and animated by A-1 Pictures. This is not the only time Square Enix and A-1 Pictures did a collab together, it was a short animated flim called “On the way to a Smile”. Which was a part of Final Fantasy VII: Children Complete Edition, both Square Enix and A-1 Pictures was willing to work together again. The plot is the same as game but the ONA explore the backstory of Noctis’s loyal companions Gladiolus Amicitia, Prompto Argentum, and Ignis Scientia.

During the development of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV.  Due to budget of Brotherhood being a free anime, the creators want the anime to a wide audience.

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Persona 4: The Animation – Save Your True Self Anime Review

Are you ready to accept your true self

Based on the PlayStation 2 video game Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 by Atlus, Persona 4: The Animation is one of the best video games anime adaptation I ever watch. It’s all thanks to director Seiji Kishi (who worked on Danganronpa, Assassination Classroom, Angel Beats! And Re:_Hamatora) and it’s animated by Anime International Company (AIC ASTA). The anime is very faithful to the source material of the PlayStation 2. The plot of anime is the same as video game, a high student named Yu Narukami (who is a silent protagonist in the game) who moves to Inaba with his uncle and cousin while his parents work abroad. One day, Yu turns on the TV on a rainy day then Midnight Channel (A world where shadows live) comes on and goes to school and meets Yosuke Hanamura and Chie Satonaka. The Three decide to go inside the TV world while there is a strong of murders on a foggy day, while in the TV world you the three meets a resident in the TV world Teddie and tell them that people are thrown in her and find the culprit behind the incident. While being inside the TV the group unlock a power called Shadow to defeat the shadows and themselves.

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