>Anime set up in a western settings
>Characters have Japanese living habits like saying itadakimasu and there is kanji everywhere
Characters who break the universal laws without any explanations to it; Kirito would be a good example, since he already had 0 HP.
Simon would be a bad one, since their universe is run on the energy to make the impossible possible
This shit right here.
>and engrish again
>what am I even quoting
Makes me glad I'm alone.
Training arcs that give new powers instead of improving old ones
There are like 10 prominent niggers in anime, how can you hate them
predictable mannerisms. like some girl will be looking down, mildly disappointed, then a guy will say something not even really surprising or significant and she'll gasp and look up at him like it was really important. don't necessarily hate it but whenever that setup first starts im always reminded of it and it always plays out how i expect it to
Easily, they're not picking cotton in the field.
>Really buff chick
>Sounds like she's 8
Yeah, I hate it when the characters speak Japanese in my anime as well, it's not like they are made for Japanese people who want to be able to read and hear things in a language they understand. Fucking stupid.
Admit it, if you saw an american film set in Japan, where everyone speaks american english except for the few that use Texas accent, and everyone used English as their primary, you'd be pissed off too
Well yeah, because film is different than anime. Thankfully, I don't hold film and anime to the same standards so I am able to enjoy them both.
I think OP is talking more about Japanese mannerisms being forced onto characters that are obviously not Japanese.
I ran into the perfect example yesterday, watching Michiko to Hatchin. Some little brown girl yelling, "Itadakimasu!" just doesn't make any sense.
It felt even more out of place in this show because everything else about it is very not Japanese.
I wish Japs knew how to act
>call me by my given name
>but that's too hazukashii
>also general portrayal of gaijins
Those two make my life harder in real life too
It's even worse than english, cause they think every european language is basically the same (=variants of english), so they force an english accent as well.
I would foreigners are supposed to speak British English with RP accents.
I would foreigners to
>They would foreigners to
I couldn't understand half of what they said, god damn.
>carbs filled with carbs
>entire episode dedicated to tsundere ramblings and feelings of the shittiest and most boring character
Doitso is even worse. You are lucky, my english speaking friend
All the gasping
Is gasping a dozen times during a conversation part of Japanese culture?
>character talking while you have a side view of their face
>they have two mouths
Teenage girls who could somehow take on a mob of big men just because she knows some martial arts.
45-60% of your diet should be from carbs, just not simple sugars.
I have no idea what you're complaining about, if it's just a snack.
I love this. It's hysterical. I don't watch anime for Jap culture, I watch cause I like seeing my culture through their eyes.
Annoying tsundere who treats the MC like shit somehow wins while doing absolutely nothing to deserve it.
I hate when the MC is upset about something and a female character slaps him in the face for it. And it's all dramatic, with the slap sound echoing and going in slow motion.
>not something Europeans do as well
What is Bon appétit or Guten Appetit?
>male MCs in romance/harems
Or just when things are overly dramatic in general.
>Not praying to itadakimasu before eating your croissant with your chopsticks
I find that gasping, moaning, and other noises simply a necessary evil. Imagine the characters in scenes not making any sounds at all when something happens. It would seem a bit off to me, as if there is something missing that should be there. Of course, none of this happens in real life conversations.
The annoying thing is when American voice actors have to replicate those sounds and they mostly fail at not making it the most awkward thing ever. I present Vanille's moaning in FFXIII for a perfect example.
>Oh look its X.
>She is the council president good grades good in sports and talented at everything else.
I don't think even the degennerate French don't proclaim they'll place their food on their head before every meal.
Nip food is good at first but it gets really boring. Everything either tastes like soysauce, dashi or tonkatsu.
Breasts that bounce randomly
Women in their underwear for no good reason
People groping each other for no good reason
Most things to do with breasts
>female characters having male friends
>anything that takes me out of my comfort zone
I take it you don't like breasts.
Sakurako please go
what are you, gay?
Are you gay?
Maybe you're gay.
Dicks that bounce randomly
Men in their underwear for no good reason
People sucking each other for no good reason
Most things to do with dicks
Kinda strange because they actually can speak it pretty well https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBhlM0UpHLU
Only thing I hate is when there is an interesting concept but its wasted on a shit anime.
Like Arcana Famiglia, nothing against the genre but it could have been much much better.
I also hate when there is an interesting concept/idea for porn but it's wasted because Japan has this raging boner for fat old men rape.
We pray to dionysos and demeter (wine and baguette) before every meal.
3D breasts look better. the only appeal of 2D are the faces expressing emotions with blushing, tears and big eyes more clearly. and the fact that 2D is inside an own world, where you take things that happen as they are - a character is portrayed as pure, so she must be pure; in reality she would have dirty thoughts once in a while, but the fictional world leaves those parts out. of course this works only as long as the plot is somewhat believeable; sudden fanservice insertion can be out-of-character and make people realize it is just a cartoon after all.
>references for their own sake
>always the same 3 shows, also Dragon Quest
>light novel art style
Seriously, at least KyoAni's can manage a facial expression here and there.
>blonde hair, blue eyes, obvious foreigner
>blue hair, blonde eyes, fits right in
>black hair, no way she's from out of town
>parents always away on vacation business trip
>"this isn't some anime/manga"
Then why is the tsundere puff-cheeked midget sexually accosting you and saying you're doing it, then slapping you so hard that you fly all the way across your gift from the gods, the beach?
Also, your rain is made of fucking death. Not exactly what I would call the common cold.
We don't say it before every fucking meal, only when we're eating in family most of the time
When they say gomenasai or gomen like a million times in a bit
>girls with the voice of a 3 year old
>acting way too childish for their age
>drama ensues of the stupidest shit
>romance between teenagers containing no sexual tension whatsoever
>romance between teenagers containing only sexual tension
>tsundere's who have no good reason to be mean
>girls confessing their feelings to MC but MC has absolutely no idea which one he likes
>liking someone for stupid reasons (i.e saving someone from getting hit by a car)
>not liking girls with the voice of a 3 year old
>not liking girls acting way too childish for their age
you have shit taste in women
>parents always away on vacationbusiness trip.
This shit always annoyed me. I like when they show parents in anime or manga.
It gives you another depth look at the character and how they were raised.
ITT people who watch shit anime
I agree, on the other hand I understand why they don't want parents around
Taken from a previous anon.
>MC-kun, s-ski desk!
>Eh? Nine days?
>N-n-nine demon eye
Every romcom ever.
That's pretty annoying, I'll admit, but the real shit is the fact that someone felt the need to explain all of that. Even the most socially awkward kid in the class.
You want me to believe that shit? Show me.
Look at this motherfucker right here. This is his first appearance in the series, and we already know, right off the bat, that he's got all this shit going for him. That's how you introduce somebody. Not with a wall of text, but with a shattering of ice.
No offence intended, but the anime fans who like the stuff with "She is the council president good grades good in sports and talented at everything else." don't have the patience (and sometimes I think the brain) for that, so anime have to explain everything.
But why would they not foreigners to?
High school settings.
Seriously, I can't take this shit anymore.
This may or may not also include the "-name-, baka!!!" mannerism.
It is needed in anime, it's the same with how every movie has music in the background for every single god damn scene.
Laughed, nice nuance.
>liking someone for stupid reasons (i.e. saving someone from getting hit by a car)
Hate to break it to you, but that's a pretty badass reason to fall for someone.
"Because he's nice," on the other hand, I agree full-heartedly.
But I love random engrish
Saving someone from getting hit by a car is badass, but the way I've seen anime do it is horrible. It's as if the girl falls in front of the car for the sole purpose of MC coming in to save her so that now she has a justification for liking him. It's very contrived.
but women dont like nice guys, anon. the reason is unrealistic and stupid.
We all do anon.
Japanese English best English.
>MC was just your average guy when suddenly he got a NOTgirlfriend who's magic powers send him on an adventure!
See almost every light novel ever.
Please let's not go down that road, it never ends well.
Adults are incompetent, teenagers the world.
>like there's anything more to discuss
It certainly is.
So much focus on food and meals. Why is that?
there is an entire board dedicated to this discussion, /r9k/. and its pretty active
I remember when I first got into anime, I noticed this as well when I watched Death Note. I thought it had to do with the Japanese in general and they just gasped more than other people.
Otaku can't afford/eat nice food so they want to look at it?
Maybe because humans eat, or otherwise they'd be in dangar.
No offense intended, but that's the silliest thing I've ever heard. You could spend a good 2 minutes saying all that, or you could just show that in a quick snippet.
>Girl is actually a boy with no visible male features
But if you show it people wouldn't understand.
It's why they explain everything, anime can rarely be subtle.
Well, Slayers does exist...
>hating breast envy
>implying breast envy didn't create a love so pure that it made you question whether or not you had ever loved at all
Gourry was a pretty average guy for the setting.
>A main cast of 4 or so female characters who only do fan service related things with some Seth MacFarlane teir comedy thrown in.
>sword guy meets tank/powerarmor/some-hugeass-thing-made-of-titanium/whatever
>slashes it like it was butter, and then it explodes
>sword guy meets a guy with a gun
>cuts through his bullets without fail, gun is useless
>sword guy meets a flying opponent
>sword somehow sends a wave of energy to hit the flying guy
>sword is so sharp that it can cut atoms in half and never gets dull
Every male protagonist since he is so damn generic.
>the concept of a male school council president is almost non-existent
Nichibros proves itself as a top tier anime once again.
When someone makes a joke and a character takes the liberty of explaining it out loud.
I guess, but they were still written from Lina's POV, so I wouldn't exactly call Gourry the main character.
And even ignoring Slayers there's still older light novels like the Dirty Pair.
I guess the general rule is that the female character has to have some super power?
>One of the main characters lost a parent to illness when they were young.
My main issue is that it's used in almost every single anime as a quick and easy way to shove some drama or sadness in.
>talks for 10 seconds straight
>realizes he forgot subject
>tack it on the end
>anemia is an illness comparative to a cold
>pops up when convenient and never mentioned again
>character faints "oh, it was just my anemia!"
that's not how anemia fucking works
>omg mc-kun's room smells just like him
>the smell of heroine's shampoo
what is up with nips and their smells
>not understanding that superior nippon steel is folded over 1000 times for a reason
Never mind the fact that we could fold it a million times with today's tech. Japan tradition stronk.
>Also, your rain is made of fucking death
Seriously though, this getting wet = cold shit is getting old
What, you don't notice when a girl's hair smells like strawberries/cherries/pomegranates/bacon/whatever
You mean like gif related?
Also, folding steel after a certain point just makes it weaker. At a million folds stainless steal forks are better fighting tools.
>implying I've ever gotten close enough to a girl to smell her hair
the only girl whose hair I've smelled is my little sister's
> What, you don't notice when a girl's hair smells like strawberries/cherries/pomegranates/bacon/whatever
Brb gonna cry in /r9k/.
>folding steel after a certain point just makes it weaker
>45-60% of your diet should be from carbs
that's a funny way to spell fats
When authors don't know how to manage their own characters.
>Pointless love triangles, especially when they become the focus of the plot or take over the personality of the ones with the crush.
>Characters who's only reason for existing is to have a crush on another character.
>Characters falling for MC for no good reason.
>What should be pure familial love turning into incest love for no good reason.
>Unrelatable fanservice and moe characters.
I know these are all harem anime tropes but they've been seeping into other genres with disturbing regularity.
I know this is complete heresy
But moe characters.
They're alright in moderation... too much of that shit recently though
Anything that really goes out of its way to be pointless moeshit without even an attempt at some type of linear plot.
I dislike but can deal with animu that doesn't follow a linear plot. I don't mind when it deviates from the linear plot for a few episodes but when it is jsut all over the place for a whole season I tend to lose interest. It feels like filler after the first few episodes...
normative moe is boring
>character gets a cold
>Everyone in the fucking school knows and is worried
>"We should go visit him/her after school!"
>bring character snacks, they are too weak to do anything....
it's just a cold holy shit, is this an actual cultural thing or do animes just make it seem like a bigger problem than it is?
I'm just wondering because almost everyone I know just sucks it up and goes to class, especially in college.
and by too weak to do anything, I mean that the sick person is too sick to even sit up and eat and can barely talk
I think it's just anime. That might happen for more serious things but I really doubt Japanese people actually take colds that seriously.
anything related to colds in jap media piss me off
>it's raining I better buy an umbrella before I get pneumonia
>I fell in a lake I am going to die if I don't dry off!
>I'm so sick I can't get out of bed
>let me wipe the sweat off you, you seem awful
>I have a 98 degree fever I better go to the hospital
native americans had stronger immune systems than these asian fucks
>>I have a 98 degree fever I better go to the hospital
You have to understand, Japs measure these things in Celsius. This is why they're so sick in Japan.
>character gets a cold
>Everyone in the fucking school knows and is worried
>"We should go visit her after school!"
>"NAH, let's just go to the amusement park she wanted to go so much"
>"oh, and send her the pictures of us having fun afterwards"
>New romcom comes out that looks good
>Oh cool! I wonder what this is going to be about....
>Opening theme pretty much explains whole story, tells you who everyone ends up with
>Oh ok....T-thanks opening credits....
If they have a 98 C fever, there are other things they should be worrying about.
>>What should be pure familial love turning into incest love for no good reason.
Usegi Drop is the worst fucking offender of this, ever.
Everything went according to keikaku.
TL Note: keikaku means plan
someone post the world death rates
Oh wow. ANOTHER way that Battle Network 4 sucked ass.
Ow, the feels. My shitty childhood... Jewcom killing off the series, endless hours enjoying doing every single thing in every single BN game
sounds about right
BN5 and 3 were the best, weren't they?
I loved BN2 the most for some unexplainable reason. Followed closely by 3 because I felt it had the most content with chips going up to V5 and all the secret area quests and the secret version of Alpha.
BN5 was where it started rolling off for me. The liberation missions were a bit repetitive
shitty plot twitst where characters were secretly related to each other
>revealed like halfway through show that superior was actually the son of one his subordinates
happened like 3 times already with different characters by ep 17 / 22
saiko pasu go home, I've had enough of this shit
By 6...It just didn't feel the same anymore. The game made me sad for some reason.
I agree. I still played six and did enjoy it even though it introduced a whole thing moving away from the traditional settings and characters.
Where Jewcom really killed it was on the Japan release only of Rockman Operationshooting Star which was Pretty much BN1 with an added scene from the Starforce series (ew). This served as a final fuck you to all the loyal BN fans and was a ditch attempt to squeeze any last bits of money out of the franchise before killing it off.
>tfw there will never be a official BN7
>tfw you will never be busting cybercrime organizations and venturing deep into cyberspace with your netnavi
Sounds like Tomoyo from Clannad
I was thinking the same thing while watching an episode of Usagi Drop yesterday
Their swords weren't actually that great. The folding technique has been around for about 4000 years. The best European swords were much better than anything created in Japan. Katanas aren't even very good for warfare..
You forgot beta as fuck MCs that can't just choose someone already, and when they do make their love interest feel insecure because they can't tell the others to back off.
Pic inversely related. We need more characters like him.
>tfw there will never be a official BN7
>tfw you will never be busting cybercrime organizations and venturing deep into cyberspace with your netnavi ever again
I don't need this!
So you're saying the only anime you'd ever watch is Tenshi no Tamago, gotcha.
I-I'm sorry... It's just... Those games defined everything for me. It's how I developed a passion for technology. Currently studying Unix system infrastructure. I know I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for those games sparking my interest in hardware, software, and networking
Beta Bitch Harem MCs...so basically every Harem anime ever
does no one drink soda over there?
Rock on, man.
Apparently tryhard children acting like adults is more common in japan. I'm surprised this doesn't lead to people growing up with fucked up fetishes everywhere.
Also, they have trouble tolerating the fizz on soda.
canned coffee is fucking disgusting but i can see why people would drink it
The dude was okay, at least his engrish was comprehensible.
You don't think a pitcher learning a new breaking ball is neat?
I hate it when a character goes into inner monologue mode and becomes an armchair psychologist to explain another character's actions.
Show, don't tell.
Stuff like that is sometimes done to help the stupid people keep up, so sometimes it's not an issue of telling instead of showing because there's a point where you can't show something more clearly without it becoming ridiculous. Although that obviously only applies in cases where something was shown and then explained anyway and not when the explanation was your only way of finding it out.
Japanese joke delivery
>He's wrestling a deer! That's crazy!
Yes. I know. Thanks for fucking up the pacing though.