Synopsis
With a passionate love of Tarot cards Akari tries to learn everything that she can about tarot cards and learning how to be a great reader. One day through the occurrence of strange events Akari learns that she has special powers that relate back to tarot cards.

Story
Day Break Illusion is an interesting anime, the idea of tarot cards already interested me but to have a completely different world that is invisible to the human world. The story doesn’t introduce anything that makes the story exciting at all, the story is fairly consistent with its telling of the story but it was rather average, no plot twists or exciting turns of events that grabs the viewer into the story. The story was easy to follow and didn’t try to hide any information from the viewer, the anime is fairly predictable but you don’t really focus on whats going to happen next as most episodes end on a note where it finishes off that small story. Day Break Illusion doesn’t focus on story arcs but instead has episodic episodes that fill in the overall story. The story does explain all of the necessary details that the viewer wants and needs to know, in terms of satisfaction in the plot, Day Break Illusion really doesn’t make the viewer satisfied for watching it, if anything it will make the viewer unhappy as it is doesn’t leave you with a definate feeling of either liking or hating the anime, it just sort of sits there in the realm of not really leaving an impact with you. The ending was pretty anti-climatic and didn’t live up to the expectations of an anime that had a battle  theme around it. Overall I give the story a 5/10.

Characters
The characters in Day Break Illusion like the story don’t really live up to the expectation that is set before them, the viewer expects deep and meaningful relations and back stories yet it was really disappointing when we learn the motives of a character, no real effort was put into it, when it came to learning the story behind Hoshikawa Seira it was just a story, it was the sad turning point in her life that it should have been, it felt more like “oh, so that happened.” The back story behind Tsukuyomi Luna had been teased throughout the entire anime yet they never really discussed it, sure it was obvious that she came from a wealthy family and the fight for the will was prevalent but it was never explained what her family did or why they are from money. Hoshikawa Seira is the calm minded and cold hearted girl in the team, she often carries out her tasks with an unwavering will. Shirokane Ginka is the indecisive member of the team, often not knowing where she stands on a point she quickly changes her view based on what some one will say. Taiyou Akari is the cheery Tarot card loving girl who is often described as being as bright as the sun. Tsukuyomi Luna is the shy and quite member who sees her lost twin sister in Akari making her naturally try and be near Akari. Overall I give the Characters a 6/10

Art and Animation
The art is actually nice in Day Break Illusion, the scenery was well detailed and that was a nice change to see compared to other anime which really don’t focus on the scenery. I do admit that there are some scenes that throw the idea of scenery out the door like when they are in the Astralux there isn’t any detail put into scenery but it’s the astralux, it’s meant to be a world that doesn’t have a lot of features in it. The animation in the beginning of Day Break Illusion was actually pretty good but as time went on the animation become worse and worse, the disapointing thing was at the start they had a heavy emphasis on movement and first person movement but as the anime went on the animation quality dropped a lot. The panning shots were always choppy yet that could have been my browser not working properly as it seemed a bit strange. Overall I give the Art and Animation a 7/10.

Sound and Music
The sound track for Day Break Illusion was pretty decent, it fit the tones very nicely, it did remind me a bit of amnesia the way they had the same track to end of the episode but that didn’t bother me as the track was good and didn’t matter how much it was repeated, there were other tracks that were used repeatably for the one purpose but once again I didn’t mind this as it made the anime feel like there was more consistency to it. The voice acting on the other hand was a bit questionable, the emotions never really came across as the voices didn’t fit some of the characters, Akari was too soft to be the cheery and sunny character that she was, the voice made her sound as if she should be Luna since it was a voice that sounded intimidated a lot of the time. Overall I give the Sound and Music a 6/10.

Final Thoughts
Day Break Illusion for once isn’t an anime that I recommend you watch, the anime leaves you feeling that you wasted you time as you don’t have a firm opinion on the anime, it kinda just sits there in limbo and that is what makes it frustrating. Overall I give Day Break Illusion a total of 6/10.

Normally this time this week I have something that I want to talk about or rant about but nothing is really hitting me this week. I am attending an anime convention in 11 days and I am super pumped for that, I plan on the first day just to go and splurge all my money on manga, what I have in mind is the entire Bakuman collection and issues 4-7 of Deadman Wonderland. Other than that if I find any cool figures I will buy those. My plan for the second day is to spend it in the video games area and compete in the Tekken Tag 2 Tournament. I won it last year so lets hope that this year is also prosperous.

In terms of the anime I have watched in the last week I was originally intending to watch D.Gray-man as I purchased it back in December but just haven’t gotten around to watching it but since Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou took so long to read, not that it was a bad thing. It was going to be to hard to watch all of D.Gray-man so that is why I decided Day Break Illusion. I don’t know how to feel on Day Break Illusion, normally I have a certain idea when I’m halfway through an anime but not with this.

For manga I was thinking of attempting to read Coppelion yet it’s rather long so I might not get through it all by Friday. I could also do the Light Novels for Campione because I am rather interested to see how that compares to the anime adaption.

Click here for our reviews on Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou and Campione!

Day Anime  Episodes  Total Episodes  Average Length
Monday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Tuesday  Bleach 20 366 24 min
Wednesday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Thursday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Friday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Saturday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Sunday  Bleach 20 366 24 min
Day Manga Chapters  Total Chapters
Monday JoshiKausei
King’s Game: Origin
Kiss Him, Not Me
Kippo
My Wife is Wagatsuma-san
14
19
21
5
1
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Unknown
111
Tuesday My Wife is Wagatsuma-san 60 111
Wednesday My Wife is Wagatsuma-san
Mysterious Girlfriend X
50
10
111
96
Thursday Mysterious Girlfriend X 60 96
Friday  Mysterious Girlfriend X
Memoirs of Amorous Gentlemen
Murder Incarnation
Maga-Tsuki
26
510
19
96
Still Publishing10
Still Publishing
Saturday Maga-Tsuki
Orange
Okitenemuru
25
17
18
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Sunday  Okitenemuru
Present for Me
Persona Q Shadow of the labyrinth side: P4
Recollection
Space Brothers
5
7
23
43
Still Publishing
7
2Still Publishing
Still Publishing

Synopsis
After his parents go overseas to work Usa Kazunari moves into the Kawai complex where lives a few strange renters but he also finds himself living in the same complex as his crush at high school Kawai Ritsu.

Story
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is your stereotypical romance comedy yet it has a twist, they already live together. Normally we find the boy and girl in interest only knowing each other at home but in this scenario they already live under the same roof meaning that we get to see them after school interacting with each other and how hard Usa tries to get closer to Ritsu. This story is very captivating and you easily find yourself absorbed wanting to learn more. It does it’s job to explain everything in the situation and setting that we found ourselves in and fulfills everything the reader wants to see, sure the romance does go slow but that is the very nature of the characters so it really didn’t bother me as it made the story all the more sweeter to read. The chapters at first follow a series of events that happens in daily lives but as you get further into the story the chapters start to flow off one “arc”. I say arc but it’s better to say scenario, and this scenario may not be solved for 2 chapters, sure the scenarios aren’t very long but when you compare them to those of real life it’s an accurate depiction of what happens. As you are reading the idea of predictability and can I hypothesize on what happens next doesn’t enter the readers mind, in fact all you are concerned about is will Usa and Ritsu’s bond grow closer as the chapters go on? With a rather simple story you aren’t having to write notes or back tracking so then you have the entire gist of the story as you are reading, its really nice as it allows you to focus on other details like dialogue and artwork. Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is brilliant if you want to get excited and giggle like a group of teenage girls when they discuss boys as you will often find yourself wrapped up in the present, there are many examples that can be given when emotion isn’t expressed well but Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou does it perfectly. Overall I give the story a 10/10.

Characters
The characters are brilliant in Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou, my only complaint would be that you don’t get to learn about the supporting characters all to much just a few details here and there, yet if they were to focus on the supporting characters entirely it would hurt the progress of Usa and Ritsu but they do explore the supporting characters just a little so then it’s not just two characters throughout the entire story. The relationship between Usa and Ritsu is really enjoyable to watch as you can really see how close the two actually get. Kawai Ritsu is the book loving girl who would rather read books then make any unnecessary interactions with people, the fact that she is shy and antisocial adds to her charm as she can often get flustered when something happens and she doesn’t know how to deal with it. Usa Kazunari is your average teenager, he likes manga and video games yet he is madly in love with Ritsu and tries really hard to close the gap between them so then he can date her, Usa’s development through the story is rather big as he tries so hard to get Ritsu’s approval, you see him go through stages of happiness to depression. The manga does have a lot of characters that they introduce through the chapters and even though some characters may not be all that relevant in the here and the now they become very relevant later on in the series. The personalities of the characters are actually really good, normally I find them rather unoriginal but I didn’t find that with this, sure Usa is a stereotypical teenager it’s still enjoyable to see him try so hard for Ritsu. Overall I give the characters a 9/10.

Art
The art is rather simple and is the weakest link in the manga but it fits the majority of scenarios rather well, the story doesn’t demand for brilliant art that blows you mind away but it gives you what you want at the best moments, normally this is when you are given portraits of Ritsu and these are very well drawn and make me just want to admire the art for a few minutes before moving onto the next panel, they make an effort for nice art where it counts and the readers are all the more happy for it. When the art isn’t super high quality it defiantly is simple making it easier to make a sense of motion with the characters, when reading this you find yourself reading to the pace of the scenario and that’s a reaction that I like to see. When the art makes me read to its pace, sometimes the art demands lots of attention and sometimes it makes you want to read faster to get a feeling of fast motion. The art allows you imagination to travel as you read which is an effect I don’t get all to often when I read manga. Overall I give the art a 7/10.

Final Thoughts
Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou is a must read for anyone who is a fan of romance manga, at first I admit I didn’t think I would see anything out of the ordinary romance even though I love the genre but after getting absorbed into the story I realized that it was by far the best romance I have ever read, allowing me to give Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou a total of 8.6/10.

Synopsis
While in Italy to return an old stone tablet for his grandfather, Kusanagi Godou finds himself being held a knife point for the tablet being accused to stealing it. As this is happening trouble occurs and Godou finds himself in the middle of a battle with Gods.

Story
Campione! had a lot of potential yet it didn’t act upon that yet it doesn’t really mean it’s a bad thing. The concept of the story was interesting, modern day God slayers and heroes with ancient Gods from all beliefs such as Roman and Greek Gods. One of the many downsides was that the anime would skip a lot of crucial information and events that happen in the novels. One of these is when they reference to the fight that Godou has with Doni Salvatore, you start to question if you have missed and episode or two as at the time it’s made out to be a big event. The reason why this doesn’t bother me is because there are 17 novels along with 12 side novels so have the anime skip some information to show some of the big battles doesn’t really make a big difference. Due to this Campione! is really fast paced but you don’t lose yourself in the story as you can still grasp what is happening. The story had a feeling that it wasn’t really connect nicely, since the battles are taken from different places in the story they did an OK job to piece it together as smooth as possible but the fact that you only meet some of the camiones that are spoken about. One of the positives are that the anime conveys feeling perfectly, when you are in the moment most romance scenes are very sweet and you can really feel the love that is intended to reach the audience. In saying this there are a few moments that don’t convey emotion no where near a well as it normally is. Overall I give the story a 5/10.

Characters
The characters are easily the best part of Campione! in a sense, you could say that the characters are somewhat shallow with no story behind them, you have to take them for face value but I don’t think that’s a problem. Part of the charm of the characters is that you don’t know of their past, the characters feel authentic in there feelings and in their actions. The one character who doesn’t really fit this mold would have to be Mariya Yuri, a lot of the times when she is involved she doesn’t really convey the feelings to the viewer that is intended to be conveyed. The character development is a weird thing in the anime, most of the development with characters happen with the first encounter so they don’t really change all too much through out the anime. Kusanagi, Godou is the regular protagonist, he claims to be a pacifist until he actually as to fight, seeing his friends as people he has to protect and holds dear to him, he is willing to fight for their safety. Blandelli Erica is also known as the red devil from the Copper Black Cross, she is in love with Godou and says that she has to be number one in his life. Being a strong fighter she is often at Godou’s side for battles. Kranjcar Liliana is Godou’s knight, she is a very serious person who treats her role very important, being a member of the Bronze Black Cross and is Erica’s rival. She also has a passion for writing romance novels. Mariya Yuri is the pure Princess Shrine Maiden who also happens to be in love Godou, she tends to be very shy but she will critisize Godou if he makes a foolish decision, she claims that she is there to make sure that Godou is kept in line. Overall I give the characters a 9/10.

Art and Animation
The art in Campione! is above average, the characters are nothing special but the scenery has a bit of detail in it, the animation was also average. The motion was smooth but there wasn’t any movement during scenes where characters are talking, they will just be sitting or standing there talking and none of them will move or there weren’t being anything happening in the background. The 3D animation was surprisingly good, it wasn’t amazing or anything but it didn’t take all the focus away from the the traditional animation, given that a lot of anime tend to do 3D animation poorly I was impressed. The fight scenes were really anticlimactic, the fights never looked impressive and Godou never really had a surprising win. The fights basically followed the same formula each time. At first he gets slapped around and outclassed, then he will kiss a girl and have them use their teaching magic to teach him about the God and/or God power they have and then defeat them. The fights were never exciting because of this. Overall I give the art and animation a 5/10

Music and Sound
The music in Campione! was really forgettable, there wasn’t that one song that you would remember that, along with that note the music wasn’t emphasized so it made it harder to spot music and it was just blended in, which is fine but even the fight scenes there was no distinct song you could hear play. The sound track itself is enjoyable to listen to even though some of the songs sound like other songs. The mix is what suprised me, there were the medieval style songs which is to be expected of Campione! but there were also songs that sounded like they belonged in Lord of the Rings. The voice acting was average, nothing really stood out to make me think that any particular character had a good voice acting. The actors did their job and provided realistic tones and expressions in their voices. Overall I give the music and sound a 5/10

Final Thoughts
Campione! may seem like an anime that really isn’t worth your time and you would be right. If it weren’t for how fun it was to watch Campione! I might have said differently. Despite all the flaws in the anime it was still fun to watch. I give Campione! a total of 6/10 and a recommendation of it if you don’t really care for flashy fight scenes or a plot that makes total sense but just want to simply enjoy watching an anime.

Day Anime  Episodes  Total Episodes  Average Length
Monday Blade and Soul
Bladedance of Elementalers
Blast of Tempest
1
12
7
13
12
24
24 min
23 min
24 min
Tuesday  Blast of Tempest
Bleach
17
3
24
366
24 min
24 min
Wednesday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Thursday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Friday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Saturday Bleach 20 366 24 min
Sunday  Bleach 20 366 24 min
Day Manga Chapters  Total Chapters
Monday Fairy Tail 60 Still Publishing
Tuesday Fairy Tail 60 Still Publishing
Wednesday Fairy Tail
Fairy Tail Matsuri
Fuuka
31
4
25
Still Publishing
4
Still Publishing
Thursday Fuuka
Girl May Kill
GTO-Paradise Lost
26
19
15
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Still Publishing
Friday  GTO-Paradise Lost
Is this Girl for Real!?
Investor Z
7
49
4
Still Publishing
49
Still Publishing
Saturday Investor Z 60 Still Publishing
Sunday  Investor Z
Insufficient Direction
Japan Sinks
Joshi Kausei
14
22
10
14
Still Publishing
22
10
Still Publishing

So the idea of procrastination is something I am very familiar with, in fact I haven’t even posted yesterdays post because of it. So the common idea is that you use anime and manga to procrastinate from the work at hand yet in my case I use YouTube, Twitch and games to procrastinate from anime and manga. Yes that’s right I procrastinate of anime and manga, now this is quite odd as you would think that all I ever did was watch anime and read manga well on the contrary sometimes I feel burnt out and need a break yet this website has me ignoring those signs, fortunately this weeks anime and manga are quite short. I do plan to catch up very soon so please bear with it for the mean time. Also I passed my driving test today so I’m street legal.

The anime I have been watching this week have involved One Piece, One Piece never ceases to amaze me on how great the story telling is. I have also been watching Campione! and man Campione! is a fun anime to watch. Sure I take a serious look at anime to see what their strong and weak points are and that usually takes away some of the enjoyment of the anime yet Campione! is very different. I find it really fun, there are the obvious problems with it but that will be for tomorrow’s review.

So I finished Attack on Titan, well caught up at least and I have to say that the hype was really built up on it, I think the complexity of it is what really kept me interested in the manga, some might say it’s a flaw but from my point of view its actually a plus.

Thanks for reading and make sure to check out our other content. I might also be adding a new segment on the weekend so keep and eye out for that.

Synopsis
Humans once roamed the lands of the world freely until one day creatures known as titans threatened their very existence. Nearly being brought to the brink of extinction humanity has learnt to live behind walls in order to survive. After 100 years of peace titans once again threaten the existence of humanity.

Story
Attack on Titan is pretty unpredictable, sure there may be one or two cases that the outcome is predictable but for the majority of it the manga keeps you guessing. As more mysteries arise after countless encounters with the titans the more complicated it gets. There is information that is with held from the reader in order to make the keep wondering which is an aspect that I appreciate as it keeps the reader interested and wanting to learn more. The downside to this though is that the amount of things that are kept from the reader makes it more confusing on what is going on, occasionally in the story they will skip back 20 hours in order to tell the back story of the events that led to that particular moment, this ends up confusing the reader in some sense but they normally do a good job in reducing confusion by having it noted on the panels somewhere. Sometimes the methods used to build suspense don’ t work very well, in these cases they will with hold information in the middle of a conversation only to skip to another scenario which in turn confuses or annoys the reader.With a lot of back story involving the characters it makes it easy to understand the motives of characters. Overall I give the story a 7/10.

Characters
The Characters in Attack on Titan are really interesting, the majority of them come from different backgrounds allowing for a more variety in characters. I wouldn’t say the characters are relatable as most of them come from situations that are abnormal yet the relations between all the characters are portrayed quite realistically. The hard choices made in a war to protect the existence of humanity are shown in the expressions of characters, to choose survival or to choose to save others in a chance you will die. The character designs on the other hand are quite average and suffer from characters looking identical to each other. With most characters getting their own back story you really do get to learn a lot not just about the characters but also the conditions of the land they live in is like. Yeager Eren is the protagonist of the series, after living through the events of the collosal titan breaking down the wall he vowed to exterminate each and every titian. Often described as the idiot who rushes to the enemy looking for his death, Eren is rather fearless and will never back down from a fight, especially on that allows him to save his friends. Ackerman Mikasa is Eren’s childhood friend and is extremely gifted in combat, she tends to appear rather heartless and cruel to people except to Armin and Eren, through out the time she has known Eren it has been her job to protect Eren and to get him out of the situations he finds himself in. Arlet Armin is the strategist of the trio, being childhood friends with Mikasa and Eren he is the weakest of the three with little muscle power which he makes up for with his ability to assess the situation and narrow down possibilities based on information he has received. Overall I give the characters a 7/10.

Art
The art in Attack on Titan is rather simple, in saying that it tends to be quite “dirty” and what I mean by that is that there is a lot of darkness in the art that allows to portray the story as a dark and heartless world instead of just an action series. This works quite well to get points across to the reader yet it has it’s downfall in the fact that it also makes fights in particular hard to follow. The art does get spruced though in certain panels making the art more clean for yet again more effects. The backgrounds are also very simple or even yet ignored, this makes it hard for the reader to be able to determine what the land looks like. The expressions and emotions shown by characters are neglected though and don’t actually look all that good. The fighs between titans also gets rather confusing as the art style is simple so two titans can look quite similar. The exception to this is that when the squards are fighting the titans with their blades the effect of brutality really shows. I often found myself pitying the titans when their eyes where either slashed or gauged as it always looked so brutal. With the art being the weakest link in the manga is lets it down as the visuals are what help get the reader through the series. Overall I give the art a 5/10

Final Thoughts
Attack on Titan is definitely an interesting series yet with the amount of questions raised it does become complicated but in a good way. It makes you think about everything that has happened through out the series so then you can come to a logical conclusion in the end, well that’s if you can find one at least. With a weak art style it can be distracting to read it time to time but the characters can easily make up for it. Overall I give Attack on Titan a total of 6.3/10 with the recommendation of reading it if you enjoy action packed series with a story to question you every step of the way.

Synopsis
In the war that has placed Arandas in a disadvantageous position, as part of Individual unit 8, rookie pilot Susumu Tokimune races onto a battlefield to save a civilian. In the process his mech is destroyed and unusable. In the cargo that the civilian truck is carrying is a brand new mech model that Susumu is forced to pilot in order to change the situation he finds himself in.

Story
Argevollen’s story is rather unsatisfying, we are placed into a situation with little to no information about it. All you know is that there is a war between two nations and that one side is losing. Sure you learn things along the way but there are questions that are unanswered though out the 24 episodes. Why is there a war happening? How did it start? I understand that this isn’t the focus of the anime but it would have been nice to understand why they are in war. Why is Takimune in Individual unit 8? According to the anime it’s a specialist unit that helps out along the front lines. So then why would a rookie be placed into a specialist unit? Questions aside where the story is focused is kind of sketchy in itself. Jamie’s job is to be the engineer of Argevollen and yet she doesn’t really tell Tokimune a lot about the mech in itself. One thing Argevollen tends to do is give you a lot of information in one sitting about the connections of certain characters, sure this isn’t much of a problem in itself but then the anime will let you watch a few battles before telling you more information. The pacing is rather slow and by the end I found myself saying that it was unsatisfying as the story doesn’t really achieve what you want it to achieve in any sense and screams out that the is an intended sequel. Argevollen tends to do things sporadically as skip time forward by two months so then the viewer has absolutely no idea what has happened. There are a few filler episodes early on in Argevollen but they aren’t really a big issue as they follow the idea that Arandas is falling behind in the war. Overall I give the Story a 5/10.

Characters
The characters in Argevollen are aggravating to the point where the three mechanic girls have the best personalities in the entire anime. The character designs were terrible every character looked like every other character in the anime and I actually ended up confusing two completely different characters because they looked exactly the same. There isn’t really any character development in the anime so the characters never really became more mature or anything like that. Argevollen pointed at a romance between Tokimune and Jamie through out the entire anime and never actually built upon it, sure I expect some awkward scenes with them but they never showed any signs that there relationship was going to go any further as friends which really frustrated me. Susumu Tokimune is the rookie mech pilot who becomes the pilot of Argevollen and becomes an essential part of Individual unit 8. His personality follows the hero who is wants to save civilians and his friends from harms way. Jami Hazaford is the engineer of Argevollen who is essential to booting it up and running system checks, she tends to be anxious and uptight through out the anime. Samonji Ukyou is the captain of Individual unit 8, he tends to be a very emotionless character with deep and lingering problemds from the past. Suzushiro Saori is kind and friendly second in command to Captain Samonji, she also appears to have a deeper relationship with the captain. Overall I give the Characters a 4/10.

Art and animation
The art and animation has to be the strongest point in Argevollen. The art is actually really good as the backgrounds always had a lot of detail in them. As I was watching I said “Damn those rocks look good.” With the added detail to the scenery it made me happy knowing that all hope wasn’t lost on this anime. The only complaint with the art would be the choice of what was glowing, I understand open doors would have a glow to them but trees, this really made me thing maybe the art isn’t perfect after all. Aside from that the animation was both great and bad at the same time. The mechs were really good, they just looked nice on screen which really amazed me since CG type animation normally never impresses me but the mechs did impress me. The motion most of the time was fluid yet I recall a time where a pan shot was done and that was pretty choppy. During scenes with dialogue there was no movement happening in the background or with the characters which was disappointing as it could have made for some more interesting pieces within the anime. The fights were really great to watch, as previously stated the motion was very fluid so the fights benifited from it. There were some scenes where you would see the Argevollen become faster and they put emphasis on bullets that were fired at it to really prove the point. Overall I give the art and animation a total of 7/10.

Music and Sound
The music in Argevollen is what i like to see in an anime, suspenseful, dramatic, blood pumping and sad.The sound track fits the anime quite well and compliments the different scenes very nicely, the sound track consisted of a lot of orchestral music with strings and brass which is a really nice fit to the anime. The sound effects were quite realistic and seemed authentic to the actual motion, combat and movement. The voice acting can go either way, you could say its good or bad but in this case I would say its rather average. Nothing really grabbed my attention that made me think “damn that’s some good voice acting.” Yet I feel that compared to the rest of the anime it fits nicely as Argevollen isn’t exactly an anime of brilliant caliber by no means. Overall I give the music and sound a 6/10.

Final Thoughts
Argevollen did not meet my expectations from the Preview trailer of it yet saying that it really isn’t a bad thing it didn’t. In terms of anime or anything with a trailer if the anime in this case meets all your expectations from what you have gathered from the trailer then the anime really isn’t going to surprise you in any manner. All that aside, overall I give Argevollen a total of 5.5 and recommend it if you enjoy mech anime or good fight scenes.