Depending on how you wish to acquire it…there is a subs version. It has some issues but works well enough.
Not sure whats on Netflix, but some of the classics/favorites would be Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gunbuster, Macross Frontier, Gundam (though no idea where to start), Gurren Lagann, Full Metal Panic…
Be prepared for lots of believing in yourself though. It’s a rule that every robot suit is powered by the pilot’s psyche, because reliably functioning equipment, strategy, firepower, and the laws of physics are no match for the power of the human soul!!!
A lot. Just as many have endings that, while not necessarily bad, are unsatisfying or depressing. Romance/comedy/slice of life animes often have the unsatisfying endings, cause the relationship between the hero and the love interest seldom becomes more than good friend by the end, and often nothing interesting happens with the group of friends at the end, they just graduate or whatever. Mecha/drama animes often have depressing endings, since people die and there’s often really terrible consequences for the hero’s actions.
EDIT: ohhhh man Steins;Gate just got even more intense. The part where [color=’#151515’]Okabe keeps time-leaping to try to save Mayuri totally jerked all my heartstrings. Emotional stuff, man. Nonetheless, I couldn’t help but think that he was a little dense (he always is, but specifically here)…I mean, if you can’t save her in this world line, wouldn’t you try some D-mails to change it to a world where she lives? Of course, Suzuha totally negates that possibility with her explanation of the alpha/beta world lines, but still. Seemed obvious to me, but I guess the point was he was consumed by emotion and wouldn’t think straight anyway, right? Oh and how did no one realize who Suzuha really was like a million episodes ago? She dropped like every hint that she was a time-traveler: talking about common stuff like she’d only read about it, referring to what would happen in the future…you’d think that people experimenting with time travel would be more…aware of stuff like that. Also, once they know about what D-mail does, why do they still not think of that first whenever he acts weird? Or is that just illustrating how difficult it is to get used to the idea of time travel, and how powerful an influence our own memories have over us…? Agh. Well, minor gripes and head-scratchers aside, this show is freaking amazing.