No details, I promise. It just hasn't gone away after that one fateful volleyball match in September, so I'm making an effort to make it whole again.
Isekai as in otherworldly? The ones I've watched so far aren't really that.
Nekopara is what Nekopara is, probably needs no introduction here.
Ishuzoku Reviewers is fantasy though. Partially made by MonMusu's Okayado, and quite similar. It's good so far.
The long-winded title Itai no wa Iya nano de Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu
(BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense) is really silly. Max defense in a VR game that's broken to the point where she is practically invincible on accident. I enjoyed the first episode a lot.
ID Invaded sounds very interesting, but I haven't watched it yet.
Sakaido is a genius detective who can track down any criminal. But when his daughter is murdered, revenge lands him on the other side of the law. Now in prison, he helps the police solve mysteries using a system that invades a person’s identity. Little by little, a trail of blood forms, and it all leads back to his daughter’s murderer.
Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun sounds silly, but also interesting. Also haven't watched this one yet.
Kamome Academy is rumored to have many mysteries, the strangest of which involves the mischievous ghost of Hanako-kun. When occult-loving high schooler Nene Yashiro accidentally becomes bonded to him, she uncovers a hidden world of supernatural beings. Now the two of them are conspiring to keep the peace between student and supernatural—that is, if they can only stay out of trouble themselves.
The same goes for Koisuru Asteroid.
When she was little, Konohata Mira promises a boy she meets at a campsite that they can find a galaxy together. When she enters high school, she joins the astronomy club. But that year, the astronomy club happened to combine with the geology club, making it the astrogeo club?!
And of course there's more My Hero Academia, which I'm only on the second season of so far.
My taste is all over the place lol>>42115630
And you remembered your name, so there's that too!