More interesting and with greater political intrigue than previous seasons. Still has some issues with direction and an abundance of seemingly unnecessary details.
Once you accept that this is an Ecchi with Isekai elements, and not the other way around, it's actually enjoyable. Plus, there's an interesting exploration of religious corruption that was more compelling than what the previous season offered.
SAO goes back to its roots and slows the pace down for a more comfortable, immersive experience. Does still suffer from some SAO sins.
An Isekai with an identity crisis. It sometimes feels like a complete tongue-in-cheek excuse for an ecchi premise, but then tries to be legitimately heartfelt and sincere at others. Not a chore, though.
A fun, cozy, and stress-free vignette piece of various fantasy customers discovering great food. Surprisingly high production value.
This reverse harem isekai is a hilarious, wholesome, and delightful time in a Disney Princess-flavored setting with an endearing, surprisingly strong, and distinct protagonist.
No Game No Life is a gorgeous game-centered Isekai with lush worldbuilding and an interesting story. It also brings the worst of ecchi objectification/sexualization and the Smartest Man In The Room genre.
A cozy food anime that centers on the unique joys and experience that only a small establishment can bring. If you've ever worked in or been a regular customer of a small restaurant, you'll enjoy this.
The Konosuba Movie is the series at its absolute best. From start to finish, the comedy is perfectly on point.