Banner of the Maid (Switch) review
"Important question to history scholars: How would the post-French Revolution era be different with cute anime girls?"
No, really, it's a serious question. Naturally, we posit that cute anime girl Marie Antoinette could never go to the guillotine. Thus, she would instead broker a truce between the royalists and the revolutionists. Ergo, instead of the Reign of Terror, Louis XVI and Robespierre would merely be sipping champagne and having polite disagreements while Beethoven plays in the background. Also, everyone knows cute anime girls make the best military officers, so many would quickly enroll and rise up the ranks. Naturally, these cute anime girls must show off their fighting skill while exhibiting their single personality quirks and custom cute uniforms, and so the Napoleonic War will still happen, and not even cute anime girls could stop Napoleon from becoming famous. But naturally, his cuter and anime-ier little sister Pauline would become equally celebrated, and indeed would fight under the banner of the original French cute anime girl, none other than the Maid of Orleans, Joan of Arc herself.
No really, that is all 100% fact. Trust me, I'm a scientist.
Featured community review by mariner (August 23, 2021)
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