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Submitted by futurefrog 934d ago | review

Un-Go Review | Capsule Computers

Luke Halliday writes:

"The truth can mean many things to different people. Depending upon who you ask the truth could be an enemy, a friend, a secret, a revelation or even salvation. What truth is though, is an ideal. Ones truth can be another’s lie, it all comes down to what one chooses to believe. The truth is what you believe it to be, even if in another’s eyes your truth is a lie. Un-Go thoroughly embodies this ideal.

Un-Go is an inspired anime series propelled by purpose. Deconstructing a variety of facets of the mystery genre it breathes fresh air into stagnation with intelligent and refined narrative finesse. Based upon the work of Ango Sakaguchi, Un-Go becomes something truly special. If you’ve been looking for a thoughtful anime filled to the brim with creativity, stop searching, this is the one." (Anime, Un-Go) 10/10

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