For those who don’t know, Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse is the latest version of Muv-Luv Alternative, which is itself based on a romantic/eroge visual novel. However, as Muv-Luv moved away from the visual novel format, it started to become a much more sci-fi based series, and has really changed and improved over its origin.
If there is anything I should start these resumed reviews with, it’s several apologies. Sorry for not having a review sooner. I had no internet and no computer while I was moving out in preparation for the demolition of my house, as it was hit by a tree, breaking the foundation. Thankfully, insurance is replacing it, but I have been immensely busy moving out. A second apology is due to any fans who emailed me. It turns out that my email recently got hacked, and they started spamming everyone who had ever contacted me or who I had ever contacted. So for the dozen emails I had received that were fan mail, and the only dozen I have received about this blog, my sincerest apologies if you received any spam. The problem should be remedied.
Anyways, back to reviewing! This time, it’s the anime Moyashimon, also known as Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture, which is based on an apparent earlier anime series by the same name and a manga series, also by the same name.
School Days is a rather infamous visual novel that was recently re-released in what seems to be a remastered version, thanks to places like Jast USA. Most everyone has heard of School Days, even in passing, due to the intense violence and gore of the various endings.
Given that, and having secured a copy of the digital download version from Jast, let’s review this thing!