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The Winter 2013 season was an atrocious one; there was barely anything worth watching. I mean, it was to be expected; Winter and Summer are always the two seasons that suck the most in the year, but usually there is at least one thing new and unexpected that shatters the expectations and the minds of all. Nothing of that happened this season though; the only shows that came out that were worth a damn were sequels. At least we were fortunate enough to have had a great Fall 2012 season that gave us the second half of many 25-episode shows. Psycho-Pass and Shinsekai Yori were by far the best shows of the season, the two of them making their way into my personal category of “Shows of the Decade”; usually, only 2 or 3 shows each year makes it in this category, and this time we had two of them play at the same time.
Shinsekai Yori was by far the best thing to come out last year. The show was a pure seinen and lived-up to my expectation in every single ways. I’m glad I decided to follow this confusing story and now it is time to see how well the show fared in every aspect.
Robotics;Notes was a 22 episodes long snore fest that I absolutely regret watching. The show gave me high hopes because of the 2 big hit of the same universe that preceded it: Chaos;Head and Steins;Gate. Unfortunately this one was a complete flop and in this review we’ll look at every elements individually and see why Robotics;Notes completely failed to make a good impression and to make it worth watching.