All that fucking money and it still couldn’t save itself.
Spending week after week talking about how things will get way better down the line gave me a bad premonition of how things would go.
But hey, if you’re into creep shots of girls wearing high-leg panties and leotards, do I have a recommendation for you.
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Yeah, it’s back and things look a bit better but that doesn’t mean the story is going to be salvaged this late into the game.
After Babylonia and this adaptation, I think I can safely say no amount of money or budget can make a good mobile-game adaptation unless you pull something completely original like Shingeki no Bahamut did.
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Expectations have not been fulfilled.
Between lackluster King Hassan scenes, anime-only additions, and generally poor quality outside of Noble Phantasms, I’m frankly disappointed.
Continue reading Fate Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia Episode 20: All over the place →
Everyone gets to die!
And it’s entirely a good thing in the confines of FGO because how many times has Arash died for you?
Continue reading Fate Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front Babylonia Episode 19: Dropping like flies →
Things are finally exciting.
Took a while for the exciting stuff to finally start and now is the time for when the despair meter reaches the end of its gauge as Quetz’s attack, while massive, doesn’t do enough to stop Tiamat’s advance. I recall describing Babylon pulling off that end of the world feeling really well. The lahmus weren’t enough but now we’re going to see a ton of noble phantasms aren’t going to be enough either.
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These breaks aren’t really helping the pacing.
Seeing as how I’m writing up Episode 16 a day away from Episode 17, time to bundle up since not much is really happening. I’ll stress again how Lahmus definitely felt more otherworldly and threatening in-game for the aforementioned reasons because type advantages made them pretty beefy and they removed buffs, what assholes.
Ushi’s fight as well felt at least a bit more alarming because they fired off Hassou Tobi every single turn but at least I feel like they got the set-up for the finale down right.
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I should have expected this.
So after hyping up the shit that’s about to go wrong, for more or less the entire time talking about Babylon I had the thought in the back of my head about how a mass of enemies would turn out looking like. All the ugallus and mushus should have clued me in but it is what it is.
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