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  1. This music is rather unexpectedly sad, when you're in an empty, dead world.
  2. What are your top 3 favourite anime genres? What is your favourite anime that you have watched?
  3. Who could have known that an anime taking place in a bleak post-apocalyptic world will have an upbeat opening music.
  4. If you also want to read or watch Girls' Last Tour, you should also read the manga Shimeji Simulation, which is the complete opposite of GLT.

     

    https://myanimelist.net/manga/117851/Shimeji_Simulation

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    2. test-dummy-99

      test-dummy-99

      Shimeji Simulation is not as melancholic as GLT, hence the word "exact opposite". It pretty much takes place in a school setting, but it has elements of surrealism, much to the likes of Girls' Last Tour.

    3. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      I see. So, a bit familiar with other works from the same author but at the same time going in a different direction.

    4. test-dummy-99

      test-dummy-99

      Yeah. From what I can tell from his GLT manga, he seems to be fond of surrealism. GLT is extremely surreal enough to be considered a post-ap & slice-of-life manga.

  5. Their disaster has only dealt a major hammer blow to the company's reputation, but on the contrary, it is a win for the fans.
  6. Pretty much the case, which their version differences also reflected from some of the game's trophies, which have different grading. Anyway, new Vita games purchased:
  7. Girls' Last Tour Vol. 6

    Manga Finished: Girls' Last Tour

     

    WRITE-UP

     

    This story is something you would not expect when you see a show, a game, or a book that has post-apocalyptic themes into it like the Walking Dead, STALKER, or even the Metro series.

     

    Rather, Girls' Last Tour's main flavour is a juxtaposition of two diametrically opposite genres: science fiction and slice-of-life, which are then coalesced into a single parfait of a story.

     

    Now you would think these two elements are incompatible, in terms of their respective elements, but GLT's author managed to perfect this very art of juxtaposition and brings a post-apocalyptic tale that completely separates from most stories with post-apocalyptic themes. Instead, GLT does not focus with the common themes of a post-apocalyptic fiction in any medium, which often includes bloodshed and constant war for resources. However, GLT still has one post-apocalyptic formula that is within place: survival for resources.

     

    In terms of how post-apocalypse is portrayed, Girls' Last Tour is not the case.

     

    The main premise revolves around two female characters, Chito and Yuuri, as they travel around the wastelands of a forgotten civilization within their Kettenkrad. As mentioned earlier, the emphasis of GLT's story is not about constant war for survival as the central plot. Rather, the central plot is about two girls who travel across the ruins of human civilization within their vehicle, in hopes of encountering survivors during their "last tour", which is where the slice-of-life part comes into play.

     

  8. VA-11 HALL-A on Vita is also not a cross-buy, which is also reflected by its different interfaces for the Vita and PS4 versions of the game.
  9. I think they didn't make it cross-buy, because both versions of VA-11 HALL-A have very different interfaces.
  10. Girls' Last Tour juxtaposes two completely differing genres, which is slice-of-life and sci-fi. I'll give this one a read after finishing its anime adaptation.
  11. The Way of the Househusband (manga)
  12. Seijo no Maryoku wa Bannou Desu (The Saint's Magic Power is Omnipotent) [ONGOING] The Way of the Househusband Non Non Biyori the Movie: Vacation After years of me putting this series on hold, I've finally decided to finish what is left of the franchise, and NNB: Nonstop is now on the list.
  13. - God of War I and II - WWE vs. Raw 2008 - Black - Call of Duty 1 - Need For Speed: Most Wanted (the OG 2005 version)
  14. Deadbolt - 5-Star all 27 missions, no-death run, and a 1-hour run will be enough to be considered a fun and challenging plat.