I watched Psycho-Pass and Kuma Miko. i was going to watch some girl und panzer and some evangelion but my app doesn't have those as it seems.
Anyway, about Psycho-Pass
It was fantastic, the futuristic atmosphere and badass character design was very awesome, i especially loved those weapons they use (can't remember their names now) and how they shift from a thing to another depending on the situation or someone's insanity, but it was slightly depressing and disturbing with all the crazy people and what happens to them. the psycho who takes a woman as a hostage was really disturbing to me because it felt like no matter how normal can someone be they might always be insane. the woman who was taken hostage was also a little bit disturbing because of how much painful events she goes through, first she gets burnt with a hot knife on her chest, then she gets rapped, then she watches someone burst into a fountain of blood and then she's followed by cops that want her dead because she became way too insane, but i can't say that this was bad because i really love anime that have a depressing atmosphere to how the story unfolds. it was a great anime.
You guys should watch it, you might also enjoy this @KompiButut it has gore, violence and it's an action anime.
But Kuma Miko however, was pure shit.
It had way too many over-used anime tropes, the voice acting was garbage and the idea in general was crap.
Now sure, anime tropes are alright if they're placed in the right time and place, but in this anime, they're always in the wrong time and place, for example "I want to go to the city *Lightning because i'm so badass*" "No *Lightning because i'm so awesome*" or even "Oh no i don't know how to answer this completely un-important question, wathc me fly behind a dark background while my eyes go cartoony and i act like i'm upset" my point is that they've used these tropes in the wrong time, some anime uses these tropes in the right time, for example, there's this scene in Nichijou where the professor catches Sakamoto playing with an eraser, he uses almost the same trope but it's for something important like his "Authority" and not something un-important like a dumb question about the city, and there's also Seitokai Yakuindomo where Tsuda gets praised for the first time by his friends, he then freezes into a bit of a cartoony drawing and wonders if he was useful before, now that wasn't the same trope but it was used in the right time. as for the voice acting bieng shit, it had no tone in it, it felt like an emotionless person reading from a paper, there are anime that have better voice acting such as Black Bullet, Hellsing and Chuunibyou, in these said animes, the voice acting fits the situations and it's as if they're actually living in those situations, unlike in this anime where it seems like somene is reading from some paper or something and just being like "You know what, i'll just read this and try to act like i have emotions" as for the idea of it, a girl meating a bear is pretty un-original, it was done many times in bed time stories for kids and the bear seemed like the author's attempt at being original. and also, this Machi girl looks exactly like tokisaki kurumi from Date-A-Live just look (Pic below) So yeah, it's shit, i don't recommend you watch this if you don't like over-used anime tropes and other garbage like that. fucks sake though, no wonder people prefer old anime over modern anime these days.