The winner of the Winter 2019 first impressions poll was Dororo , and I won’t attempt to hide my excitement. Thank you all for not rallying against me and picking something you know I’ll hate! For those who are new to Dororo, I recommend checking out my first impressions post of it, over here. With all that… Continue reading Dororo Episode 2 Review: Will Bandai go Bye Bye?
In December of last year, indie developers Moral Anxiety Studios released their second game, Tales From Windy Meadow. You may remember me mentioning them on my blog, as in February, of the same year, I interviewed them about the game and development process. The game follows three characters who live in the village Windy Meadow, the game… Continue reading Tales From Windy Meadow Game Review
During my November trip to Japan, one thing I did a lot of was figurine shopping. I ended up bringing back about thirteen awesome figures, some won and some purchased. I’ve seen a few bloggers do figurine and merchandise reviews and thought it’d be fun to have a go of it. For my first figurine… Continue reading Iroha Tamaki SQ Figure Review
XSEED Games has just released their first otome game localisation, ‘London Detective Mysteria’. First published in 2013 by Karin Entertainment and Marvelous Interaction, the game is set at the turn of the 19th century, and follows a young noble woman on a quest to bring her parent’s murderers to justice. After winning the Queen’s favour,… Continue reading London Detective Mysteria Review – Sharp Minds & Warm Hearts
Airing during the Fall 2016 season, ‘Magical Girl Raising Project’ peaked my interest as a rather infamous dark magical girl series. The series is based on a light novel series of the same name by Asari Endou, illustrated by Maruino. However, the anime’s 12 episodes barely scratch the surface of the novel’s ten volumes. The… Continue reading Magical Girl Raising Project Review – Sparkles, Cuteness and Murder
The idea behind ‘Angels of Death’ reads like it could be my dream horror anime. A young girl wakes up in a strange building, to escape she must make her up up the building. But, true to its name, on each floor a deranged killer is waiting for her. The anime is based on a… Continue reading Angels of Death Review – Comparing the Game, Manga & Anime
Just three months ago, XSEED games announced their plans to localise otome game ‘London Detective Mysteria’. The game, by Karin Entertainment, was first released in 2013 for the Playstation Portable. The game is set in the late 18th century where you play as the heiress to the noble House Whitley. Through a series of unfortunate… Continue reading London Detective Mysteria Demo Review