The first Ni No Kuni was a wonderful little game. If asked, I’d say it was a role-playing game that borrowed elements from the greats, the likes of Final Fantasy and Pokemon. Actually, it’s the Pokemon element that most reviews Continue reading →
I’ve already seen The Last Jedi, and I wanted to see something with friends on Christmas Eve. The movie I ended up seeing was one of the strangest and most awkward movies I’ve ever watched: Downsizing.
Okami, a product of Bayonetta’s director, Hideki Kamiya, is a wonderful love letter to all things Japanese. As an outsider looking in, I’ve always been attracted to the art style and history of Japan. That’s why I gravitated towards Okami Continue reading →
If you grew up like I did, as a child of the 90’s who loved anime, you probably had at least a passing interest in .hack//Sign, an anime that was (and you’ll see a theme here) way before its time. Continue reading →
I spent this past weekend doing something I have a serious love/hate relationship with: managing my “gaming station.” I have what I would call a “franken’puter,” meaning it is a mess of parts from all over the place. Some new, Continue reading →
Fresh off the excitement of finishing Final Fantasy X for the first time, I preordered Final Fantasy XII the next day. At the time, I was ready for something – anything – new from Square-Enix. I was obsessed with Kingdom Continue reading →
In November of 2016, my social media accounts were flooded with memes from Yuri!!! on Ice. I was far from interested. I assumed that it was going to be another sports anime full of fanservice and some irksome queerbaiting. I Continue reading →