As I was looking through my posts over the last few months, I realised it’s been way too long since I reviewed a webtoon. It’s not that I haven’t been reading any, but I keep getting distracted by games and manga. So without further ado let’s jump into my latest tantalising read. #Killstagram is an… Continue reading #Killstagram Webtoon Review – Looks to Die For
There’s nothing quite like a horror manga you can’t stop thinking about. Those scenes that replay in your mind as you try to fall asleep and questions that you mull over again and again. There’s something strangely tantalising about finding your next big scare. I’ve read supernatural horror and I’ve read gory horror, and for… Continue reading 4 Horror Manga I Can’t Get Out Of My Head
Coming hot off the exhilarating experience that was Death Mark, I was more than ready to jump into its sequel Spirit Hunter: NG. In this game you play as Akira Kijima, a sullen young man with a complicated family history. When his young cousin is spirited away by a spirit doll named Kakuya, Kijima is… Continue reading Spirit Hunter: NG Visual Novel 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
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
Otaku Monthly Reads is a new feature that will be added to Two Happy Cats. At least, I hope, we’ll see how long I can keep it going! Just to give a quick overview of it, each month I’ll be selecting about three manga/ manhwa/ webtoons I’ve read that really stood out to me, whether… Continue reading Otaku Monthly Reads – October 2018
Hello! Hope everyone has been having a spook-tacular October. As it is the month of horror, I thought I’d theme my podcast around Otaku things that have given me the creeps. Next month’s episode will be a special one, but won’t be released until late November. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this month’s episode!… Continue reading One Happy Otaku Podcast: Episode 4 – Spooky Time!
Shin Hayarigami is a Japanese horror visual novel that was released for PS Vita in 2014. In 2015, a Korean PS vita version was released, and in subsequent years Korean mobile company i-play has released the visual novel episodically. At the end of 2017, i-play released an episode in English, ‘Blind Man’. Unfortunately, the English… Continue reading Shin Hayarigami – Blind Man Review
During my February ‘Indie Developer’ Month, I reviewed the demo for GB Patch Games’ ‘Lake of Voices’. In my review, I talked about how excited I was for the game’s release, and I’m happy to announce the full game will be out on the 28 August, and it will be completely free! The GP Patch… Continue reading Lake of Voices Review – Who Will Survive the Long Night?
‘Perseverance’, by Tap It Studios, is a horror-drama visual novel, with various parts placing you in the shoes of different characters. For part 1, we’re introduced to husband, father and down-on-his-luck Jack. Jack’s day, no, Jake’s life isn’t going very well. His wife has had enough, his relationship with his 11 year old daughter is… Continue reading Perseverance: Part 1 | Review & Giveaway!