Anime in Video Games

Getting word that Fire Emblem: Three Houses got an award for Best Strategy at the Game Awards makes me proud for supporting the creators. Just in case if you didn't know, if Awakening, an older entry in the franchise, didn't receive the praise at first then Three Houses wouldn't exist today. It's quite a miracle… Continue reading Anime in Video Games

Is Anime Running Out of Ideas?

This has been a question that's lingering to me every time the new season comes in. You'll see a group of sequels, new shows with similar concepts, and shows that do give something new to the mix yet gets under the rubble. And even some specifically niche shows for a specific audience. Some trends just… Continue reading Is Anime Running Out of Ideas?

Experience of Seeing Weathering With You at the Cinema

Having the chance to watch anime via other means is another experience. I've been so used to seeing it at my phone, tablet, or any available gadget in front of me. I know there's TV, but I don't trust that one anymore since the internet exists. On the cinema, it's the best choice for people… Continue reading Experience of Seeing Weathering With You at the Cinema

Beastars and Characterization

This post contains major spoilers from the anime. When I started watching Beastars, that was when I discovered another great story and the struggle of reading the manga gets more difficult as each day goes by. Until now I haven't read from Chapter 1 because I want to finish the anime first. It's just that… Continue reading Beastars and Characterization

Stars Align and Dealing with Torment

Oh boy. This is another anime that wasn't in my seasonal previews at all but it only drew me in because of the good reception. And all I can say is they didn't lie. What's seemingly a sports anime on the surface has so much pain, suffering, questioning, and a whole lot of incidents that… Continue reading Stars Align and Dealing with Torment

Analysis Through Song: Angela Carpenter

There was one music anime where I reviewed Episode 1 all the way to Episode 24. And it was a bumpy ride. The world, premise, and music behind it has all the ingredients to make it a classic yet it was underutilized. That anime is called Carole & Tuesday. But this won't be about the… Continue reading Analysis Through Song: Angela Carpenter

An Influential Father: Byakuya Ishigami

I like how parents are now involved in the story of anime. Back then we only follow the journey of the main character and how one would handle the challenges they face. In Dr. Stone particularly, Senku wouldn't be the character we got to know behind his great interest in science. It has been built… Continue reading An Influential Father: Byakuya Ishigami

Ensemble a Cast: Kono Oto Tomare!

This post contains spoilers of the anime. Kono Oto Tomare! has been a solid show from its debut to its recent sequel this season. Yet, it got overshadowed by many other anime to choose from. Sure it had a rocky start but as time goes on seeing the characters grow is worth the wait. Almost… Continue reading Ensemble a Cast: Kono Oto Tomare!

Revisiting All the Anime I’ve Watched So Far

As an otaku for roughly four years makes me wonder what are my preferences in anime. Everyone here has their own, right? Do I even share them to other people? Not so much. I started compiling all the anime I've watched in MyAnimeList and there hasn't been a slight difference up to now. You know… Continue reading Revisiting All the Anime I’ve Watched So Far