Monthly Archives: February 2017

[Announcement] Cover Art for Back in the Game!!

Finally I can reveal to everyone what I’ve been holding back for a while now. And I know what you’re thinking: “The hooded guy looks exactly the same as in the last one!” NOT TRUE! Take a closer look and … Continue reading

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Grandia [Game Review]

Although graphics-wise it has aged about as well as most classic Playstation JRPGs such as Xenogears, Breath of Fire IV and FFVII, Grandia is a great fantasy adventure game that I had the pleasure to play through more than once during … Continue reading

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Discovering LitRPG

Turns out I’ve been barking up the wrong tree as far as Stuck in the Game‘s genre goes! With its science fiction elements, I assumed cyberpunk was the genre I should be selling it under. I had no idea that there … Continue reading

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Steins;Gate [Anime Review]

The term ‘modern classic’ has been thrown around recently, and being guilty of using it myself, I thought I should define what I mean when I use the term as far as anime goes. I consider a modern classic in … Continue reading

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What is the Culture War?

Introduction: An Attempt to Understand  I’m honestly asking. I’ve heard the term being used so many times in the context of articles and youtube videos that I think I’m beginning to puzzle together what it might be. This essay is … Continue reading

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G-senjou no Maou (The Devil on G-String) [Visual Novel Review]

G-senjou no Maou (The Devil on G-String) is easily my favorite visual novel. It somehow achieved an atmosphere that many urban fantasy books struggle to create without a lick of the supernatural or magic, instead using crime and mystery as the linchpin for … Continue reading

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NIHILIHIN 1: Post-Project Depression

Once prosperity in the city reached its highest point, depression and suicide rates soared. Why was it that when everyone had all they needed to survive, they all suddenly decided they wanted to die? Without the driving will to gain what they … Continue reading

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