Never heard of this channel, but since I still can't play Dark Souls, I won't look it up, because I shall avoid spoilers until I myself can play it, but on the main note, here's a video of the 2017 anime, and an episode of the 1997 one, if you want to see the 20 years of difference. Yeah, the wolf was also pretty bad, however, it just appears in the beginning, the bear on the other hand . . . wait, there isn't that many bears in the anime, in the manga, they do encounter a bear here and there (as far as I remember), but I guess they got so criticized that they decided to skip any chapters where bears show up (they did skip a lot of chapters by the way), and about the video you linked, here is some pages from the manga for comparison. While I do fear this "westernization" that seems to be happening in some animes (I may or may not elaborate more on this matter later), I think that Golden Kamuy's case was just dumb decision, if I remember correctly, someone involved with the production said that they were trying to show how dangerous and intimidating the bear was with that animation, which didn't go as planned, and Berserk probably was just the problem with animating action scenes, since using CGI is way easier than animating combat frame-by-frame (which is still bad, but that is another matter). I agree with you in the cultural matter, and well, there's always the chance I'm remembering wrong that waiting time. Well, creepypastas based on existing things like Mickey, Spongebob, Courage (that couldn't even manage to be scarier than the actual cartoon), Rugrats (this one even have a music inspired by it) and etc, are almost always using suicide (for shock value I suppose) or are a little too over the top, but original creepypastas such as Slender-man, the Rake and others can be pretty interesting.
I would almost feel it was a Persona reference, had I not know you never played it. That's for sure. Guess we can only hope. I think I know what movie you're talking about, however, for it being a movie, I definitely never watched it, since I almost never watch movies (and them taking 6 months to be released in DVD/BD, thus taking the same time for them to fall in the internet certainly doesn't help).
The problem with my sister lies elsewhere, she liked all the animes I convinced her to watch, but even so, keeps being stubborn about watching new ones... Whenever someone says that "anime is childish", I just tell them to look up "Elfen Lied" and never again they speak such foolishness. Indeed. Well, in my country we had one called Bagman (literal translation), which were said to be an old man carrying a large bag, who would walk around and attract children with sweets and stuff, and them put them in the bag, kidnapping them, some versions say he just kills the childrens, but others state that he would also eat their organs, I don't know how "Boogeyman-esque" this is (although it may be a mix of Boogeyman and Krampus), but it's probably the closest we have (or had, I don't think most of today's kids even heard about him). "Reminds you that there are always more sides to the story", and that's how creepypastas are born.
Well, it happens pretty often nowadays, using a word until it loses its meaning I mean, although it happens the most with insults, which may be a good thing I guess.
I'm pessimistic by nature, so even if I don't think it's outright impossible, I also don't think it'll ever be achieved. Indeed, whenever I say this, people don't seem to get it, so the analogy I always use is the saying that "A child shouldn't be blamed for their parents errors". I don't have an example of my own, but my sister used to listen to a singer called Melany Martines (or something like that), but then, there was a rumor saying that this Melany sexually assaulted a friend of hers, and even before this rumor was confirmed or debunked, my sister completely stopped listening anything from her.
I can only imagine. Nah, it's fine, my sanity took some damage over the years, but it most likely won't lower more than the current level, but yeah, that was a strange trailer, makes me wonder if they have even played Mario at that time... I see.
Personally, I'll always decide to laugh, unless they do something that I absolutely can't handle, but I hope that never happens. I don't really know the situation, but it seems some people are actually saying that Diablo Immortal is good, however, a lot of videos on YouTube regarding this game have like 80~90% dislikes, so yeah, even if the game ends up being good, most of people are already too pissed to give it a chance. Not gonna lie tho, in their place, I would be angry as well, that, plus the fact that I don't like mobile as well, I would most likely not play the game, even if I was a fan of the franchise (nowadays I only play 2 mobile games, and I just do so because that's my only option). I don't know about him being tsundere, since he actually aknowledges us as a very strong individual, and as you know, no praise comes from a tsundere. Now about him as an unit, I was thinking about it as well, and my current line of thought is a multi level(?) skill, we deploy him normally, and each skill use transform him to the next stage, being the last one permanent, or, making the unit him like the enemy him, as in, every time he dies, he immediatly revives into the next transformation, until the last one, in which you would want to keep an eye on him. Would be funny indeed, and as you said, I would need to spoil myself to discuss the second option, so I'll keep it on hold.
Exactly, I haven't played that many gacha games, but the ones I did play, I got tired of them in about 1~2 months, even the Metal Slug Attack, I just played for a couple months and stopped, even though I love Metal Slug, at some point it just became impossible to move forward with basic units, so I'm really glad that Aigis (and FGO) are F2P friendly. Pretty much, I just need to level her (which I probably have more than enough, since I just lack Spirits of Platinum, however, I'm strange). Don't worry, I have almost 8 million gold and plenty of Silvers (although more Silver Spirits would be welcome), the thing is that I limit myself on when to Awaken my units, and in this case, I decided that I would Awake my next unit when I get Mitra, so if she doesn't appear in the TP, it'll be another month with no Awakenings at all (unless I reaaally need to Awake someone to clear some mission). All's well that ends well (or at least, could be worse). Normally, I wouldn't be so sure of that, but Aigis do seem to like me a fair bit, so with time she'll grant me the units I don't have.
Let's hope. Yes, yes indeed.
I see, later I'll go see what other may have responded then, but right now:
1- I think it's safe to assume that Aigis is pretty much polytheistic, I won't try to guess how many there are (or were), but we did discuss on the "other Gods" matter before, so you already have my instance on that.
2- I had to google "chaoskampf", but I believe it was the site of the Millennium War, that if they aren't actually the same, since, even though Maou isn't a Dragon or other giant monster, I think he could be seem as the "Chaos 'monster'". Anyway, without mixing both, I'd say Millennium War.
3- Like was said some paragraphs above, talking about Leviathan would be spoiler, so I'll refrain from doing so. However, regarding the second point of the question, I'm fairly sure that his destruction is in the literal sense (also, have you ever watched Hunter x Hunter?)
4- So far, I would say it just applies to Maou, since he does seem to be far more powerful than anything we had encountered, being even immune to Aigis' Blessing.
5- I don't quite remember, but wasn't Keraunos' goal just the eradication of mankind? If so, maybe Maou's full resurrection still brings more destruction than she intended to cause... or, maybe she fears (rightfully, probably) that Maou will also threat the gods. Other than that, I can only think of pride or something, she wanting to see the end of mankind herself.
6- Well, to be fair, humans can be immensely evil if they want to, I'd say that knowing that is enough reason, but yeah, we may never know.
7- Since Shushu didn't show up at all in this event, I'd say that Maou's resurrection isn't what the prophecy is warning to, but his next actions still may be related to it.