I, for one, welcome our retarded Crunchyroll overlords. Least it means Crymore will never be wanting for content.
While I am going to blame Crunchyroll throughout this release as being solely responsible for every issue here, I am 95% certain the majority of problems were caused by Funimation’s incompetency instead. If ya missed the news, Funimation and Crunchyroll formed some kind of devil-magic partnership where Crunchyroll got full marketshare of subtitle simulcasts and Funimation got full marketshare of… dubbed simulcasts. Which they already had. lol.
Anyway, point is throughout this season, issues I point out as Crunchyroll’s fault may be the responsibility of Funimation instead. And I am quite certain this was a Funimation effort that was simply branded as Crunchyroll. Reason being, whereas Funimation follows a subtitle style guide written centuries ago, Crunchyroll is staffed primarily by current/ex-fansubbers, who aren’t behold to academic incompetency. (Funimation also has ex-fansubbers on staff, but if I named them, they’d get fired, and I don’t feel like fucking with someone’s life just for the lulz.)
So if ya look for the signs…
…you can reliably tell which company is responsible for the release. And as you saw from that screenshot, this is unmistakably a Funimation :effort:. Which makes sense, considering how bad it is.
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Watchability: If you are actually unable to watch the show, it is literally unwatchable.
Overall grade: Fail.
Nothing else to say. Don’t watch the Crunchyroll release if you have a choice. It is literally that fucking bad. Que tragedia.