DISCLAIMER: The Following anime review is based on my personal opinion and experiences. Thank you. 

While taking a break from all the research and inspiration for new beauty videos for my YouTube channel, I needed to get back on my anime kick. Anime is my home away from home. My piece of my geeky lifestyle, along with video games. Ever since middle school, my life revolved around anime and video games.

Browsing through Netflix, I stumbled upon RWBY. After watching the first 5 minutes, I completely remembered that I originally saw this one on Blip.TV. I was so excited to re-discover RWBY on Netflix. I absolutely love this show! The animation looks awesome, the story arc is interesting, and it feels like video game cut scenes put together, which I can't complain.

Overall, This is an enjoyable anime on Netflix. It truly was a great break away from my beauty routine. Definitely take a look if you are a video game and anime fan like myself :) 



SYNOPSIS: RWBY consists of Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna, and Yang Xiao Long. Team RWBY train to become powerful huntresses at Beacon Academy in the city of Vale. These huntresses in training also investigates the crime of stolen dust (magical abilities to fight back against monsters), in connection to the white fang and the humans. They learn the power of teamwork, battle monsters and forces of nature known as GRIMM, and build a bond a friendships.

PROS: I actually enjoyed this two part animation series. The animation looked fluid, I enjoyed the characters and the story arc.

CONS: I did not experience any cons at all.

RATING: 5 out of 5

RECOMMENDATIONS: If you are a fan of anime and video games, definitely take a look on Netflix or Blip.TV.



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