Thursday, 18 December 2014

Akame ga Kill - Review

Genre: Adventure / Fantasy / Action
No. of episodes: 24
My rate: 9/10

Everytime new epsiode came out, I straight away took my earphones and click on the link. There were lots of suprises awaiting like unexpected twists, new characters introduced, followed by lots of deaths T^T I got excited and I cried. The plot is extremely interesting as well as the characters, both in the 'bad' side and 'good'. However, both sides may be called 'bad' as to restore peace and happiness in the capital, Night Raid needed to kill authotities. By the way, there was a bloodshed and the fights were extremelly intriguing, keeping tension as you say to yourself - 'Please don't let this character die!'.

A warrior called Tatsumi travels to the capital to earn money for his village which lives in poverty. Two of his childhood friends accompanies him yet they went seperate ways. When he reaches his destination, the capital does not reaches his expectations. He fails to join the army, he is robbed and his two childhood friends that accompanied him died. Later he is kidnapped by organisation called Night Raid which are wanted dead by the capital. However, he realises that Night Raid is working for the good of citizens and is not how the capital describes them. Night Raid members kill the authorites who are responsible to the mess in the capital which makes the citizens live in poverty. The main issue is the Prime Minister, who persuades and changes the king of the capital who is just a child and his puppets With his influence, no one can live happily. That is why Tatsumi decided to be the assassin in Night Raid.


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