Tag Archives: Ecchi

Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Review

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Normally I do not write game reviews since I am an anime critic at heart. However, I am sure a lot of people expect me to give my thoughts on the widely talked about Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 that was released a couple of months ago. After all, I am the ecchi extraordinaire that everyone wants to know what is the greatest form of lewd entertainment. Besides the busy schedule I mentioned in my previous post, I wanted to give my thoughts on this game later on so that I can give a clear critique of all the things that it has to offer.

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Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid Review

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Ecchi has never had a big presence in the widely niche genre that is Yuri, or Shoujo Ai as it’s more accurately called. Yuri has always been a genre that I’ve always leaned toward the “erotic” side than the actual “romance” one, only because most of the anime tend to be too sugarcoated with soap opera quality stories. That doesn’t mean that I think there can’t be any ones that are good, I just think yuri fans deserve better than Valkyrie Drive Mermaid if they want their “dumb ecchi anime.” Continue reading

Triage X Review

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All I wanted was a fun fanservice anime to help embellish my ecchi bone like I am always known to do. Is this too much to ask for? Is it hard to make a fanservice anime that is actually fun? Unfortunately yes. I don’t deny the tough task of trying to make a fun anime that can please many people. However, when it is plainly obvious that the writers did not give this thing the time of day that it desperately needed from how it is presented, there is no excuse to justify laziness of this magnitude. Continue reading

Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai Review

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Hello there. Do you love dirty jokes? I do, who doesn’t? I like my dirty jokes to go beyond the boundaries that many would consider to be the tipping point of how far jokes can go. There is an art to it that can make any of these jokes work when they are done with precision and finesse. Sometimes they are done with subtlety or not subtle in the slightest; both of which can be successful or a failure depending on how they are executed. Shimoneta fits the latter quite accurately to say the least. And when I say not subtle, that is taking it lightly. Continue reading