On one hand, I’m glad to see that arguably my favorite director is not just anime but cinema returning with a new show. On the other hand, I am extremely disappointed to see her departure from a studio that has her marks left all over their shows. For those of you who don’t know yet, … Continue reading Thoughts on Yamada Naoko Leaving Kyo-Ani (why I like slice of life better than action)
Exploration is by far my favorite part of Genshin Impact. That being said, the exploration part of Genshin is far from flawless, and one big issue I think is the collectibles (anemoculuses, geoculuses, etc). In this post, I discuss why.
Genshin's 1.6 patch is out, and it's much bigger than I thought! Here's some fantastic things about it that I'd like to see in future areas too.
100 is quite the number huh? I want to say thank you to everyone that follows and reads the blog. Although Jun and I didn’t start this blog looking for followers but rather to find a place and community to talk extensively about the medium we love, it’s always super gratifying to see when you … Continue reading 100 followers + Plans for Future
I tend to see that most reviews, whether it is on each episodes or a whole show, seem to be more positive reviews rather than negative reviews. The negative posts I’ve read are usually completed series reviews that look at some of the cons after explaining what makes the show good. Or even if the … Continue reading Do People Dislike Reading Negative Reviews? (And Why I have a Hard Time Writing them)
Now you may be wondering. Why is an anime blogger posting about a vegan documentary? My answer to you: With the CoronaVirus, I’ve been watching random stuff on Netflix. The other day, I watched the documentary, “The Game Changers”, a relatively popular documentary on netflix which discusses the ‘plant eating diet’. It is definitely not … Continue reading The Hilariously Wrong Vegan Documentary: The Game Changers
Music affects our viewer experience, often much more than we end up realizing. When reading media reviews, especially ones concerning anime, I often see a lack of focus on the sound section. Now, of course I definitely think that part of this is on the fault of the anime industry, due to many series having … Continue reading How Music in Slice of Life can transform「calming」into「relaxing」
A while back, I was nominated by Keiko with the Real Neat Anime Blog Award. If you haven’t followed her already, you should, since she nominated me. I planned on writing about this the week I got the nomination, but I was too busy forgetting about it. The Rules: Display the logo.Thank the blogger that … Continue reading Real Neat Anime Blog Award!