personally I'd say both are good. I've rewatched steins;gate twice and read the VN once
Will finish Tasogare Otome x Amnesia today, surprised I didn't find it during my trawls through the anime database.
Watched the Eve no Jikan last night. Started off as a few OVAs but then they compiled it into one feature with some extra scenes. It's really nice! Great visuals and I just love fiction that explores a future with AIs, especially when they explore the 'Three Laws of Robotics'. I think these are philisophical dilemmas that we are likely going to have to face in the future, in some capacity. So, I enjoy sci-fi that opens up discourse earlier than most.
It's being hosted on YouTube, under the label of "Official", so I'm guessing it's okay to link it here. It's in 720p too! \o/
Also, since those of you who were going to watch x Amnesia have likely gotten past the first episode by now, I'm guessing I'm safe to post this:
Yuuko's so wuvabble!
the cafe and its 'One Rule' be discovered). The story establishes an impressively fibrous and immersive universe in under two hours and there's a lot of interesting insights shown that leave you hoping to learn more.
I really like the creator's style, I'd love to see him involved in developing a full series of something. The visuals and atmosphere of his stuff feels really similar to Makoto Shinkai's work but way less bleak and saddening. >.<'
"Defending a position by citing free speech is the ultimate concession: you're saying that literally the most compelling thing you can say for it is that it's not illegal to express."
Almost done with Hanasaku Iroha. At first I didn't really like Takako at all, but near the end I'm liking her more and more. A have a few episodes left, but as you see her in the show more she seems far nicer then before. Beanman is awesome, same with Renji (the older cook), but I think my favorite character is Minko.