I tried the new series from January-February over the last week.
I only like two. Thermae Romae and Amagami SS Plus. Pirates wasn't unwatchable but was uninteresting. Everything else was very unwatchable for me. Was really ticked off DxD was only properly drawn when Rias was naked - feel very cheated that Miyama-Zero's artwork has been wasted.
Just a warning to never do it again. *shrug* Better than doing it in a thread, I guess. I'm just outright bored by this and whatever else the new gen says is good/worthy of selling these days. After the third and final day of the o'week stall is done, I'm marathoning the rest of Space Battleship Yamato this weekend. Still haven't heard any convincing argument to watch 2012 material. Nise seems to be benefiting from the fact there really is no legit competition this season. Which will also benefit Fate/Zero but I still don't know how to feel about that show.
Visual orgasm for the masses probably comes closest out of what you listed.
Koyomi brushed his sister Karen's teeth in a highly erotic way with Karen acting like she was about to orgasm to it. This was since Karen wanted to meet Kanbaru, but Koyomi didn't like the idea. So Koyomi came up with the five-minute tooth-brushing challenge, saying that if Karen could withstand it that he'd introduce Karen to Kanbaru, but otherwise he wouldn't.
Okay....but what actually happened in it...Something along the lines of Nadeko's arc having no visuals? Someone got laid? Visual orgasm for the masses? Why all the fuss?
I've come to appreciate the biggest driving factor of sales in Japan is fanaticism. You have to be stupid and unnecessarily loyal to buy 2 episodes for 90 dollars. P4 and Horizon fans made me fume for a while, then I realised they're the idiots in all of this. Good luck to them wasting their money. Fanaticism is what ostracizes anime in the first place, yet it's what drives the industry. What a hilarious double-edged sword.
I'm watching Space Battleship Yamato in full until someone gives me a convincing argument to watch anything from 2012. I still haven't heard one.