That was a balanced, well-thought out article you did. However, I don't feel right on commenting on it just yet. There's more I need to find out about the guy. In particular, the literary version of the F/Z novels.
In 360p quality, I could probably get it in 30 to 45 minutes. Anything greater than 360p would take a hour or more, though. Very few modern anime am I content to watch in 360p.
Now, it's not like that everywhere in Canada, but in some rural areas, definitely. I know that it applies to my town as a whole, because I have a cousin who watches a lot of anime who lives down the street from me, and his download speed is roughly the same as mine.
It's not a major issue, but it does mean that I can't watch every new anime show that comes out. And anime movie downloads have to be put off for weekends when I don't intend to download anything other than the movie.
Nah, they wouldn't work as a tag team. Warrior would be showboating all the time and Rider would try to outdo him then do the only sane thing - ragequit.
Halloween - well...we don't have any form of pagan/wicca history within Australia in significant form since we're a very young country compared to most of the world. So the roots of Halloween are beyond us. I think it's primarily a U.S. event. Already enough times of year kids get free sweets anyway....Not to mention street roaming is generally not the best thing to do these days either.
You thought the original Mobile Suit Gundam was 'mature'? Weird...all the hardcore Gundam fans I know IRL are manly trolls! Who are ANYTHING BUT MATURE. So...explain...particularly since Amuro is hardly a picture of maturity.
On Koihime Musou - so-so game. The side characters appealed to me more than most of the main ones. The male in the game is a complete playboy. They didn't even include him in the anime except for 1 episode where he got his butt kicked. The anime adaptation is pretty yuri/moe overload as Undertaker said. Season 1 is watchable. 2 and 3 are pretty indigestable.
Season 1 ED theme. This pretty much sums up the better parts of the adaptation in a nutshell.