After the previous two tepid outings, I concluded last week that the show only could go up from here, it’s pretty safe to say that whatever excitement I walked into this series with is dead and buried. Also that “go back” yell was pretty terrible sounding wasn’t it? Looks like somebody needs a bit of work on their emoting. Continue reading
“oh noes who could have seen this coming?”
No one ever
I’m going to be blunt starting this review, Texhnolyze is a hard show to watch and, as a result, is just as hard to recommend. The reason why I say this is because the series tasks itself with presenting a complex world and cast as simply as it possibly can script-wise. No long bouts of exposition to clue the viewer in on how the world works and a near complete lack of dialogue in the earlier episodes make getting into Texhnolyze somewhat of a sink or swim experience. Those who are curious to properly know the context behind the strange, unexplained imagery of the 1st couple of episodes will make it through. Those looking for instantly appealing and an addicting storyline will be left high-and-dry if they don’t want to compromise for this title. Texhnolyze isn’t completely like Angel’s Egg, however, since it does eventually open its dark heart clearly for all to see and t is disturbingly beautiful to look at.