Developers must take care to render these epochs accurately.The obvious risk for not doing so is just misrepresenting the era.
The final part of the Remake of the Evangelion franchise.
Director Anno Hideaki had announced that he is working hard on the project but did not announce the release date. The fate of the world is threatened by seemingly monstrous entities known as Angels. An activation test of a decisive weapon was underway.
While nostalgia for the 1990s has become a cliche over the years, for anime, it feels at least somewhat appropriate.
During this decade, artists and writers were given free range to experiment with whatever ideas they wanted, no matter how esoteric.
But the more troubling danger is that developers could use historical settings to conceal a politically inconvenient past.
This would allow them to avoid responsibility for the beliefs (and resultant actions) associated with that past.
Revolutionary Girl Utena is a perfect reflection of that: it's hard to pin down what genre the show is, as it doesn't borrow too heavily from any established genres.
What it does offer are complex messages about gender roles, romance, and sexuality; an endless supply of symbols and literary allusions; and a theatrical flair to tie it all together.
A new girl moves into Shinji's class, and immediately takes a shine to Shinji (much to the jealous anger of Asuka).
Mana Kirishima is her name, and she quickly enters Shinji's life and becomes somewhat his girlfriend (in a perfectly innocent and shy way).
What about , it doesn’t espouse any immediate political messages.