The 2014 winter anime season was full of over-the-top action, tongue-in-cheek comedy, and interesting thought experiments. But even with all those possibilities, the anime I most looked forward to wasn't one of those, but rather the lesbian romantic comedy Sakura Trick. Here's why.
Games and game systems pop up semi-frequently in anime. But given the utter failure of the Xbox 360 in Japan, I was more than a little surprised to see a Kinect in a recent episode of lesbian romantic comedy Sakura Trick.
There are a lot of new anime on the air right now—47 of them to be exact—and it can be more than a little difficult to know which ones to watch. Luckily, we at Kotaku East are here to help with our recommendations.