Warning: amateur speculation ahead, also spoilers for Infinity War and Trails/Kiseki games.
Episode 6 is hopefully the start of a better Caligula.
This week was just a bad episode.
While the main cast is composed of teenagers, the discussions about isolation and loneliness are universal across the age groups.
While the overall plot advances minimally once again, Caligula feels like it’s making a decision about the show it wants to be, finally.
I think the cover image sums up my feelings about this anime so far really well. Welcome to the weekly recap for Caligula the anime.
A new season of anime came and something occurred that I thought would never happen: I was eagerly waiting for a video game adaptation.
A recent article by Jason Schreier about Yoko Taro came out last week and it was an interesting insight into the mind behind one of last year’s critically acclaimed games, Nier: Automata. It’s definitely a great read, but one of Yoko Taro’s comments made me pause. Specifically, it was his comment about his pessimism: