games

Void Terrarium Review – One Small Robot against One Big World

Void Terrarium, also known as void tRrLM(); //, is a roguelike game released by NIS America earlier this month on the Nintendo Switch and PS4. In the game, the world has become overrun by toxic fungi. In a bid to save themselves, humanity retreated underground, but that only delayed the inevitable. You play as a… Continue reading Void Terrarium Review – One Small Robot against One Big World

Otome Games

Fin’s Route is Coming to Steam Prison 

Steam Prison is an otome game by HuneX and Dramatic Create. The game was originally released on computer with five romance options, a year later a vita release unlocked Fin as a romance option. In 2019, when MangaGamer released their localised version of the game, they based their release off the original computer release. Many fans… Continue reading Fin’s Route is Coming to Steam Prison 

Freaky Friday

The Art of Junji Ito: Twisted Visions  Review

I was first introduced to Junji Ito’s work when I was fifteen years old. I remember my friend talking non-stop about Uzumaki, and almost infecting us with her obsession with the spiral-themed manga. Our friendship group quickly devoured the series. While not everyone kept up with Ito over the years, I definitely did. I followed his… Continue reading The Art of Junji Ito: Twisted Visions  Review

Anime

Keijo!!!!!!!! Anime Review – The Ultimate Fan Service Series?

After over ten years of watching anime I thought I had seen the full spectrum of what it can offer. From demon slaying teenagers to cat-banana mutants, it really took something special for me to go WTF. And that’s when my boyfriend introduced me to Keijo!!!!!!!!,  a series so outlandish it needs eight exclamation points.… Continue reading Keijo!!!!!!!! Anime Review – The Ultimate Fan Service Series?

Manga

Yumi to Kurumi Manga Review – Sew, Sew Good

Yumi to Kurumi is a completed one volume manga by Uruhiko. The story focuses on office worker Yumi, who struggles in her fast paced work environment and lacks confidence in her own abilities and self. After a particularly hard day at the office, Yumi comes across as discarded doll. It’s an immediate connection and she… Continue reading Yumi to Kurumi Manga Review – Sew, Sew Good

games

Death Mark VN Review & Limited Edition Unboxing

Death Mark is  the first in an intended series of Spirit Hunter games.  The game was developed by Experience and originally released on almost all consoles in Japan in 2017. In 2019 Aksys Games released the game in English for Switch, PS4, PS Vita and Steam. You play as a man who wakes up in a mansion… Continue reading Death Mark VN Review & Limited Edition Unboxing

Anime

Ni no Kuni Film Review – Lost Between Worlds

Ni no Kuni is a series of popular RPGs by Level 5 that have spanned five (soon to be six) games. The series has been highly praised for its complex stories, wonderful characters and Ghibli- style animations. Two of the games’ animated sequences were actually done by Studio Ghibli and the other games continued the style.… Continue reading Ni no Kuni Film Review – Lost Between Worlds

Miscellaneous

How I Write Reviews – Sorting My Thoughts & Airing My Feelings

Over the last few weeks I’ve slowly been easing myself in the blogging game, and it’s been a lot harder than I thought it would be. When I was on my hiatus, I always imagined just opening WordPress and the latest blog post would magically flow from my fingers. But it’s been the exact opposite,… Continue reading How I Write Reviews – Sorting My Thoughts & Airing My Feelings

Manga

5 Manga I’m Currently Obsessed With

Last week I wrote about manga that didn’t leave much of an impression on me. Essentially, series that left me with the feeling of ‘meh’.  This week, I wanted to share some manga series I’m currently obsessed with.  Ones that I can’t wait to see what happens next, and anxiously await each new chapter. In… Continue reading 5 Manga I’m Currently Obsessed With