The clear difference between gg and EveTaku is understandability. Go with EveTaku’s release for this series.
File size: 494 MB (includes both parts 1 AND 2 of episode 01, which means it’s double the length of a normal episode)
Japanesiness: Japanese name order. Honorifics. Loose, localized style to match how people speak. Keeps up with yakuza terms and flavor (e.g. Ane-san).
Release format: MKV & AVI
Font: I was not a fan of the fonts they used for the main episode or for the karaoke. The main episode’s font was disconcerting because it takes the idea of san-serif to the extreme, meaning that things like “d” or “a” don’t have the trailing line coming off from them.
OP/ED. They did not do karaoke for the ED, which is in English.
This is not a question. It is a statement.
The word is “Furthermore”
The word is “probable”. As in, it is probable that nobody edited this.
The timing is way off here. The bottom line should be the only one on the screen until it gets replaced by the top line, but they both appeared at once.
the wounds of her heart.
If you wanna accent the “Wha”, that’s fine, but limit it to two of the same letter in a row. Why? Well, no word in the English language has three of the same letter in a row.
Capitalize Senpai. In this context, it’s a term of address, much like Father or Mother. This was wrong a LOT in this episode.
Farther and farther what? Away?
her real name.
By now you’ve probably realized that most of these mistakes could have been corrected with a 20-minute check-through of the script.
But by that time, Shouko had, of course, gone missing.
I was just gonna add another comma after “time”, but three commas is more than enough for one line.
Again, this is a statement, so drop the the question mark.
There were also comma splices and a number of smaller mistakes that I generally only point out in reviews that reach the higher tiers (mostly related to sentence phrasing and word choice).
Overall grade: C-
Funnily enough, gg fucked their grammar to hell and EveTaku fucked their spelling/word choice to hell. In the end, what matters is that proper grammar is more important than proper spelling in terms of understandability of the show. When it comes to gg vs. EveTaku, I suggest you go with EveTaku.