Okay, how the fuck am I supposed to review releases that did well? This is a good release. What more needs to be said?
This is a bit awkward. How about “If someone else sees me like this, then I…”
Inconsistency in capitalizing when people stutter.
Inconsistency of comma usage in such short phrases.
If you look closely, there are two spaces between “to” and “the” in the first picture and two spaces between “it’s” and “a” in the second picture.
Yes, you know I’m stretching when I’m looking so hard at the subs that I notice double spaces.
Fuck it, you can probably tell from this review that I really liked the subs. The editing’s spot-on. It’s fucking near-perfect. Crunchyroll did an A-class job of translating this shit and U-C did an A-class job editing this.
Overall grade: A
Watch their Nichijou release.
This makes me curious, though. What exactly do you want me to say when I see subs that get A’s/A-‘s? Do you want me to pick out a line at random and say “OMG look at this they used the period perfectly and they managed make a sentence that actually makes sense!”? I’m legitimately confused here. I don’t want to waste your time, and I’d like to make my posts a bit more informative than “good job, bad job”. Let me know, kthx.