Alright Maybe They’re All Elite In Their Own Special Way – Classroom Of The Elite Review

To my surprise, Classroom of the Elite became very popular among the community. I had a lot of doubts after my three episode test. It was mostly because I didn't see a proper story lining up with the set of characters they gave us. And to me, the one saving grace was our main character, Kiyotaka Ayanokouji, … Continue reading Alright Maybe They’re All Elite In Their Own Special Way – Classroom Of The Elite Review

Our Feminine Looking Male Protagonist Outsmarts A Rival Mecha Otaku – Knight’s & Magic Review

It's been a long time since my last article but I'm back from the dead to talk about Knight's & Magic. In my midseason article, I praised its consistency and pacing of the storytelling. This fact stays true to the end but my overall opinion of the series remains the same. This article is going to be … Continue reading Our Feminine Looking Male Protagonist Outsmarts A Rival Mecha Otaku – Knight’s & Magic Review

Living To Tell The Tale of The Dead – Throwback Thursday: Telltale’s The Walking Dead

After three full seasons and a spinoff featuring Michonne, I'm here to take you back to how Telltale's The Walking Dead all started. Telltale wasn't a newbie to the game industry but it took quite a while for them to get in the spotlight. Some gamers may remember their more successful games like the Sam & Max series … Continue reading Living To Tell The Tale of The Dead – Throwback Thursday: Telltale’s The Walking Dead

It’s A Rom-Com With A Dozen Couples And It’s Also Presented In Shorts – Tsuredure Children

Subconsciously, I try to find a good Rom-Com to watch every season. Whether it be heavy on one genre or a good mix of the two, it's usually a reliable genre I can enjoy. With that being said, I've become really picky about my choices. It might be due to the lineup this season as … Continue reading It’s A Rom-Com With A Dozen Couples And It’s Also Presented In Shorts – Tsuredure Children