Last episode Kaede was sick, and I was wondering why we hadn’t seen much of Primula. Looks like they decided to address that with this episode.Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 6) – Stuffed Cat”
Last episode focused on Nerine and her cooking ability. It was a pretty lighthearted episode, and to be honest, this series so far has been very lighthearted.
It doesn’t feel like anything too exciting has happened since episode 1..!Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 5) – The Common Cold”
Last episode felt like it was from Sia’s route in Rin’s harem. It wasn’t the most exciting episode either.
This time it’s Nerine’s turn to get some attention.
So how did the episode pan out this time?Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 4) – Friendly Picnic”
We’re at episode 3, and I can already see what I’d imagine would be the similarities between the anime and the VN. This episode follows Rin and his relationship with Sia, in the exact type of situations / settings I’d expect to see in a VN route.Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 3) – Rainy Season”
Last episode we were introduced to our protagonist, Rin, who lives with his childhood friend Kaede. In addition, two girls have become his neighbours – Nerine and Sia, who are the daughters of the Devil King and God King, respectively. On top of that, we met Rin’s senpai Asa.
What we ended up with is 4 girls in the proverbial anime harem, surely they couldn’t add anymore than that already! Right?Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 2) – The Struggles of Maintaining a Harem”
It’s time for me to start watching a new anime for the blog – Shuffle!
An anime that I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen, but it’s marked complete on my anime list. I think what happened though was that I watched the first episode or two, moved onto something else, and then months or years later saw it on MyAnimeList and assumed I had finished it.
I’m 99% sure I have never finished Shuffle!
So this will be as fresh as it gets for what I believe is an anime classic?
Here we go!Continue reading “Shuffle! (Episode 1) – A Peaceful Life Disturbed”