After two underwhelming fights in a row, ‘Vento Aureo’ bounces back by delivering one of the best episodes in the entire series. With an amazing fight on top of some wonderful art direction, “White Album” delivers an incredibly entertaining experience that stands as one of ‘Vento Aureo’s’ highlights.
If the "Grateful Dead" arc’s main falling is that it dragged on for too long, then “Baby Face” suffers from the exact opposite problem of feeling too rushed.
“The Grateful Dead, Part 1” is an episode that begins and ends on a solid note, but really meanders during the middle act. While the Jojo staff did an excellent job making Grateful Dead a horrifying Stand and giving both Mista and Bucciarati some time to shine, there’s so little going on throughout a lot of the episode that it hurts the episode’s entertainment value.
As a narrative experience, 'The Raven: Remastered' is an excellent point-and-click adventure game that’s bound to intrigue players with its gripping plot and colorful cast of characters. As an actual game, however, it’s hard not to point someone towards a let’s play.
“Narancia’s Aerosmith” is not only one of ‘Vento Aureo’’s best episodes thus far, it’s one of the big stand-outs in the entirety of the ‘Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure’ anime.