How to discover good anime without watching-5 tips
by Danshi ·
Yes, that doubt always arises when someone talks about the anime, when you find casually and when the anime is from the current season. It's like a shot in the dark, but it can be accurate if you follow these tips. The tips here are to find anime that match you. Each anime causes different impact for each person, good anime can be bad for you. Use the tips to not fall for it.
5. Each person with their differences, define their favorite genres (target audience)
Of course, face will not be easy, you should watch many anime to be able to set the pattern that pleases you most. But of course, a little change can be good, so your range of possibility increases more and more. I, at first, only watched Shounens, now I watch everything a little, but what pleases me most today is creative casual comedies full of clichés… I'm crazy, ignore it.
4. Use the anime score, but don't get totally arrested (general opinion)
That's pretty obvious, huh? But do you know the ideal score for a good anime? Probably not. That varies a bit by your tolerance. For example, watchable anime should be above 7. To be good only from 7.5. Upon arriving at 8 we have a highlight. And with 9 It's pretty hard to not please. But don't get all full on scores, and besides, it's not useful for anime of the current season.
3. See the history of the studio that made the anime, a good history is crucial (technical detail)
Exactly, such a father as a son. And you don't even have to look in detail, just give a revised. In MyAnimeList you can briefly see each anime that the referrer studio did. In these moments see the score of the animes. And if you find in the list an anime you've watched and liked, most likely what you want to watch will also be good. Over time you will learn which are the best studios.
2. Small details such as synopsis, cover, trailer and others, must be convincing for you (personal detail)
I will cite an example in my case: what counts for me are things related to my fetishes (I'm a pervert even), that would be fetish for Imoutos, tsunderes, traps, lolis and best girls of the season… Focus on the details that count for you. An example, Astarotte no Omocha, an anime with very low scores, but that possesses the elements that please me. As a result, I loved the anime.
1. Don't rely on reviews and first impressions, focus on recommendations (don't be so critical)
Reviews/Reviews. They are made with anime already finalized, the author describes details, shows positive and negative points, at the end gives the verdict. It is more geared towards those who have watched the anime. It is not useful for those who are looking for animes. Read this guy more for the SAUDOSM, to better understand or reminisce about the anime.
First Impressions. Even if the anime is bad, the author will do the post the same way. It just wants to produce content, it will not deliver from tray saying whether it is good or not, you will have to read the entire post to draw your own conclusions. But for those who love reading can be good.
Recommendations/indications. The business already changes, the author only recommends anime recognized as good, nothing forced. Texts of the type are more relaxed and sharpen the curiosity. Obviously, the author must be trustworthy and always inform what is the target audience of the anime.
Note: I am not criticizing the types of text. Every case and case, I'm just giving you the most practical and fast option.
Practice takes perfection, the more anime you watch, the better
You may be disappointed in this beginning, but remember, it will not be so forever, you will gain practice. And once again, focus on the points you like, you're you. And another, don't be so judgmental, you're just a casual consumer, you're looking for fun. Do not make your hobby a job, it is laborious to be too critical. and answering the question you are ashamed to do in the comments, the tips also serve for Hentais (you do not deceive anyone)…
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