I think you've got the right idea as far as reviewing goes. I did things differently throughout the Recap Reviews. Starting out, it was straight up my opinion. It was based heavily in community thoughts and spending time learning what the general consensuses is. Later on, I moved into what one could accurately call an overview as opposed to a review, since it wasn't my opinion, but that of others.
I can see the merits to all styles of review. Personally, I do prefer an objective overview style, but right after that I enjoy to review things from my point of view. I think that reviews, somehow, will have to represent you on some level. The challenge is figuring out how strongly you feel about whatever it is you are looking at.
Hopefully that answers your question.
- Look for the books in Le-Koro.
- Yes, I am aware. I wish them the best.
That ain't for me to decide. =P
I became aware of it after the episode came out, which sucks since I do own the book and would have had to have seen it at some point. As it stands, no, it does not. I still don't believe that "LAY-wa" is proper outside of an accent, and even then it'd be "LEH-va", but Greg didn't do that. "LEE-wa" still has a strong presence, and I don't think the changing of generations changes the pronunciation.
Aw yeah, chocolate time!
I'd give them more structure. Visually and talking point-wise. And I'd have a nice looking summary at the end. Generally, making them look and feel like better videos.