Hmm... From the looks of it, the ones that I'll check out are:
Dog and Scissors (Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou) - I have to know what the fuck is going on.
FREE! - Like a tragedy happening in front of you. You want to look away but you can't.
Go-Home Club Activity Minutes (Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku) - Sure. We'll see how bad the humor is.
Stella Women's Academy, High School Division Club C³ (Tokurei Sochi Dantai Stella Jogakuin Koutou-ka C3-bu) - The show probably have nothing to do with the style of that trailer but it sold me on at least the first episode.
Servant x Service - Saw Working!! in the description: "I don't care what they're selling but I'm buying."
Dangan Ronpa: Academy of Hope and High School Students of Despair - The Animation - Let that "The Animation" train rollin'.
Golden Mosaic (Kin'iro Mosaic) - It's about girls...
Something-monogatari Series - All the information I needed is in the title: Monogatari
No Matter How I Look at It, It's Your Fault I'm Not Popular! (Watashi ga Motenai no wa dō Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!, or "WataMote!") - I like the manga but I don't know how it will fit into the 20+ minutes/episode format. We'll see I guess. Maybe I like it because I had a part of my life when I had a similar personality (socially awkward, really weird) like her's. I'm so glad I grew out of it.
Blood Lad - Let's hope it is a beautiful tragedy like that Amnesia show was. Man, the ending of that show... so good.
Silver Spoon - I have all the respect for the writer, but if it turns out like Moyashimon (boring agriculture infodump) then no thank you.
Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation - ... What?...
A Town where you Live (Kimi no Iru Machi) - Why not?
For those who don't want to click on the damn thing:
Atlus is famous for role-playing games, like the Persona series. In Japan, its parent company is now in trouble with Japanese authorities for dodgy bookkeeping.
The name "Atlus" only exists on paper as a brand name in Japan. The company was dissolved and removed from the stock market a few years back, after it became a wholly owned subsidiary of a company called Index and was subsequently merged.
That company is being investigated for shady dealings. There's an investigation going on at Index's corporate offices as well as at the company president's home.
As reported by NHK (via 2ch), the Japanese authorities are investigating Index for fabricated and inflated business transactions, which is known as "round-tripping". This was used to beef up the company's corporate balance sheet.
"It's true that we are being investigated," an Index spokesperson told NHK. "During this investigation, we are unable to divulge any information at the request of the authorities. From here on out, we are cooperating fully and as soon as all the facts are evident, we will promptly make that known."