They didn't really have anything in common, other than both having (very different) Maou's. I don't understand the basis of comparison
That's basically my point and what I didn't manage to formulate, I expected something with some similarities and it was totally different, I enjoyed one more than the other.
To end the off-topic with it, it's pretty much every-time the same thing every-time, I have a friend, I ask him what's good to watch, he tells me :
Go watch [Maoyuu, Ano Hana, Hyouka] ! (pick one, he recommended me all of them)
I come back and say "Love it, before I finish it can you give me another cool one ?"
Okay now go watch [Hataraku, Angel Beats, Boku wa Tomodachi] it's a bit similar...
So this way you just end up disappointed and have a tendency to compare them to the previous one, which made me think that. Hopefully Hataraku and Angel Beats redeemed themselves when I finished them, maybe I wasn't that much in the story for Hataraku. By the way, Boku wa Tomodachi ga sukunai is totally different from Hyouka and well, I don't even know why he recommended it to me.
I should never listen to his recommendation again. (what I thought after Boku wa tomodachi)
Epilogue : a few weeks before this post, "You liked Hataraku Maou-Sama, you should watch Yuusha Ni Narenakatta." And I followed his recommendation, the result :
I think now I'm like this people saying "I'll never buy EA games again" and still ending up buying the last Battledibs 4 or whatever...
Epilogue of the epilogue : I haven't bought an EA game since 2011, achievement get "EA nope, it's in the DLC's"
I managed to totally derail my own post.
Last edited by BobobVanBlob; January 29, 2014 at 03:37 PM.