The Importance of Ambience in Anime

Over the past few days I’ve been finishing the anime Silver Spoon by A-1 Pictures. It was alright but in my opinion not exceptional. I just couldn’t quite put my finger on why that was however. The characters were good, so was the story. The concept was unique and interesting, I’d never seen an anime … Continue reading The Importance of Ambience in Anime

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Games That Break the Fourth Wall

This post is about games again, sorry for that. My next post will be on anime. I do deliberately try to write about games that don’t require any conventional gaming expertise or expensive hardware though. Yesterday a friend of mine recommended Doki Doki Literature Club to me. He doesn’t like anime or Japanese media at … Continue reading Games That Break the Fourth Wall

Solanin is About Life and the Decisions You Make in it

  Solanin is a manga by mangaka Inio Asano who is renowned for his realistic, psychological and dark stories. The first manga of his that I read was Oyasumi Punpun, which deserves a post of its own but I don’t think I’m capable enough to do it justice yet. Punpun was written after Solanin, and … Continue reading Solanin is About Life and the Decisions You Make in it

Prison School is Oddly Relatable, Obscene and Hilarious

Prison School is an ecchi comedy anime that I finished only yesterday. Already though, have I come to the conclusion that it is one of the funniest anime I have ever watched alongside the likes of Nichijou and The Everyday Lives of Highschool Boys. It shamelessly uses its eroticism, which is honestly borderline hentai, to … Continue reading Prison School is Oddly Relatable, Obscene and Hilarious