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4 More Anime I Found Interesting

Updated on April 26, 2015

#1. (ノーゲーム・ノーライフ/ Nōgēmu Nōraifu)No Game No Life

No Game No Life is an adventure, Gaming, Comedy, Fantasy, and fast paced anime. This anime is about a brother and sister named Sora and Shiro who gets sucked into this virtual world after beating god (Tet) in a game of virtual chess. They meet a girl named Stephanie Dola. She is the daughter of a kingdom trying regain her father's crown but loses everything in a game. As she teams up with sora and shiro and eventually learns from the expericence and improves her skills. They declare war on all the other nations to win back what the previous king had lost and beat God while following the 10 pledges.

What I Liked About No Game No Life

I like this anime because it is funny and the characters are great. My favorite character is stephanie dola because I can relate to her. We try our best to win but fail but with help many things can happen. This anime has a lot of perverted jokes but not all the time. Shiro is adorable little sister of sora and likes to keep him in check. I like the bond between sora and his sister shiro because they do everything together and are a team no matter what. There are many game references. For example you sign up to stay at a place they ask for your name and ask how long would you like to stay like an NPC save spot. Another example would be the 10 pledges are the rules of the game in an MMO. It has taught me th at it is better to play the game fair instead of cheating and losing everything in the end.

#2.(シュタインズ・ゲート Shutainzu Gēto) Steins;Gate

Steins; Gate is a story about time travel and the consequences of it's misuse. It begins with a university student named Okabe Rintarou who sometimes refers to himself as mad scientist Hououin Kyouma.He attends a lecture from a man proclaiming to have discovered the secrets of time travel, Rintarou then challenges his theorem by claiming a man named "John Titor" has beaten him to it. He lives with a Professional otaku Daru hacker named and his childhood friend Mayuri. They spend their days in a ramshackle laboratory hanging out and occasionally attempting to invent incredible futuristic gadgets. Their claymore is a hydrator and their hair dryer flips breakers, and is their Phone Microwave, which transforms bananas into oozing green gel. Eventually the phone microwave they discovered e can also send text messages to the past. Their misuse of time travel eventually leading to consequences so great, he questions whether or not time travel was worth discovering after all.

#3.(天体のメソッド Sora no Mesoddo) Celestial Method

Celestial Method is a fantasy amime about girl named Nonako who lived Kiriya City. Where she meets a blue-haired girl named Noel. Seven years later, Nonoka returns to the city, which now has a mysterious saucer floating above it, and reunites with Noel, who promises to grant her wish. When nonoka returns to the city where she grew up she has forgotten a few things like how she meets noel and the friends she had when she was younger. Nonoka and her dad moved back to town after her mother has died to an illness. She lives alone with her dad cooks and cleans.

#4.Xam'd: Lost Memories

Xam'd: Lost Memories is a fantasy romance anime the is centered around Sentan Island exists in a state of dreamlike tranquility, surrounded by the Yuden Sea, cut off from the war between the Northern Government and the Southern Continent Free Zone. Akiyuki Takehara lives on Sentan Island along with his mother Fusa. Despite his mother's strained relationship with his father, Ryuzo, the town doctor, the bond between father and son remains strong. One day the island's tranquility is shattered, when Akiyuki, along with his best friends Haru and Furuichi, are caught up in an explosion on a school bus. The explosion produces a mysterious light which enters Akiyuki's arm. With no time to understand what has happened, Akiyuki is transformed into a creature called Xam'd. As Xam'd, Akiyuki uses his newfound powers to fight off monstrous invading forces to save Haru, only to be stopped by a mysterious girl who offers him a choice: come with her and live, or stay and turn to stone. Accepting her offer, Akiyuki embarks on a journey of discovery that will take him to new lands, and help him understand the connection between himself and the world of Xam'd.

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