Sizuru is a member of Guardian who has the ability to produce various chemicals inside her body which can be used to heal herself and others, paralyze and cause amnesia.
Right now, his most famous of quotes is running through my head: Eight of the main characters from Rewrite have background music leitmotifs —the six heroines, Haruhiko Yoshino and Sakuya Ohtori. Still, I'm by no means one of their biggest critics.
Prior to the initial events of Rewrite, Kotarou had been a low-ranking member of Guardian posted in Kazamatsuri, where he encounters Kagari.
Hell, I have read and liked the visual novel, yet watching this makes me question my opinion on it. The vocal pieces which play during each ending are tear-jerkers: Not only is she a nothing character in this, but the set-up of her individual story being the most eye-rolling cliched thing ever amnesia certainly doesn't help.
Their contribution to the plot is minimal at best and we already had more than enough comic relief without them. The anime never manages to create the feeling that something valuable has been lost here. Getting people interested in the franchise.
Likewise, Kabuto Juzo, the creator of the god mecha Mazinger Z, is a mad professor who is hardcore enough to ride a rocket punch and still scream in joy. Kotarou takes the girls to the Moon where they are shown circled around a seedling as the embodiment of the Moon's Kagari sprouting on the otherwise barren regolith.
But that's not to say that Rewrite's music is bad, after all it still has Shinji Orito on board. It seems like the director knew that wide shots are something that competent directors use, but not why.
So Rewrite may return in the coming Winter season, but I don't think that I will.
Hell, I wrote a post on this. Shortly after Rewrite's release, Tonokawa approached Takahiro Baba with the proposal, who gave his approval for the production of a fan disc.
Shizuru Route Yuto Tonokawa; 8. In this story, the protagonist becomes loosely affiliated with the first of the two opposing factions in the Rewrite world — a brief explanation of each faction and its goals is given in this route without much in-depth detail.
This time two of my blades do very slight damage. In Rewrite Harvest festa!
I find it hard to believe that the original author was involved with the adaptation, considering that it completely misses the point of the work it was based on. Why are there so many wide shots? There is absolutely nothing appealing about it.
Which, again, may not be something to be happy about in this case. When adapting a visual novel with multiple routes you have a couple of different options in regards to how you're going to put the non-linear source material into a linear format. Leave a comment Rewrite:Again, if you're just looking for a casual read and you're only interested in the story, characters, and ideas in Umineko, that's fine.
But the mystery is the heart and soul of Umineko. If you want to get the most out of it, you should start trying to solve it. If you're smoking too much SHAFT anime and can't stand normal anime (e.g. non-SHAFT animes), watch Teekyuu.
It's about a bunch of girls on crack playing tennis.
The director's the same guy who did Ben-To and also did some episodes of TTGL. Jun 04, · Read the topic about New to visual novels; where to start >. Mar 30, · Rewrite has been one of the most critically-acclaimed Visual Novels in Japan duringwhere it was once the highest-selling PC game.
An English localization patch has been released by Amaterasu inthus making the game accessible for western audiences. If you're smoking too much SHAFT anime and can't stand normal anime (e.g.
non-SHAFT animes), watch Teekyuu. It's about a bunch of girls on crack playing tennis. The director's the same guy who did Ben-To and also did some episodes of TTGL. For some reason there is no VNDB page for the project, but there is a VNTLS page.Download