The Best Anime of 2016 (Part 1)
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Assassination Classroom has been on pretty much every best of list that I’ve put together. While its never been the highest on said lists, its consistent nature has been a constant through four separate seasons of anime. As great as this medium can be, it more often than not doesn’t allow for proper endings. That can’t be said for Assassination Classroom, however. Though it surely skipped over many manga chapters that I’m sure fans of the anime and source material wouldn’t have minded seeing, it was given an ending that you’d hope every anime would receive.
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Two shows focusing on the development of video games from the perspective of all female groups will appear on this list, and the first happens to be NEW GAME!. Though it sadly seems to be remembered more for its surprising amount of fan service, its the enjoyment one gets of watching this newcomer, Aoba, navigate through her new job that really makes the series work.
Doga Koba continues its strong run of comedies with this anime, and though it tends to get bogged down in unnecessary fan service, where it succeeds is in its character development. Through the use of outside relationships for Aoba in particular, NEW GAME! succeeds in telling a rather familiar story in an enjoyable way. Don’t go in looking for the next SHIRIBAKO, but instead more of a Sore ga Seiyuu.