Tag Archives: Review

The Rising of the Shield Hero: Episode 1 Review

I had the chance to watch The Rising of the Shield Hero’s first episode on Crunchyroll before it properly aired. I want to share my thoughts on this fantastically designed episode and break down how I felt about these 45 minutes in greater detail....


Goblin Slayer: A Spoiler Free Review

Season One of Goblin Slayer has come to an end. Many controversies surround this Anime and this will be one of the only times I mention them. Since they are so numerous, I will focus instead on talking about my personal thoughts on this...


The Grinch (2018)

This year’s animated version of The Grinch is a new take on the animated classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas from 1966. The movie is adapted by the producers of Despicable Me over at Illumination. The Grinch stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Grinch, Cameron Seely...


Fire Emblem Heroes Patch 3.0 Review

After a two year run with continued success, Fire Emblem Heroes recently added its third major overhaul patch. This mobile Gacha Game gained instant fame due to being Fire Emblem.  Lets take a look at how the game looks two years after its launch....


Overlord Season 3: Spoiler Free Review

The Premise Imagine you are playing an Massive Multiplayer Online RPG.  You have chosen to role play as an evil character.  You reach maximum level. Next, you are transported to another world.  Before I continue, this almost sounds like many different Anime right?  True,...


Steins;Gate 0: A Spoiler Free Review

Steins;Gate was one of the greatest Anime I had ever watched.  Because of this, when I was jumping into this new addition in the series I felt two different and conflicting ideas within me. The first was that few if any series could hold...


Pokemon Ultrasun and Ultramoon Review: Revisiting Alola

Pokémon Ultramoon/Ultrasun is the newest duo of games in the Pokémon series.  Set on the island chain of Alola, this is a retelling of the original generation seven games.  With an expanded Pokedex and a few changes from the original games, Ultramoon/Ultrasun has plenty...


Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Review

The new Animal Crossing game for mobile phone released on November 21, 2017. It’s the first mobile game for the series and the fourth one officially published by Nintendo. I’m a big Animal Crossing fan so the release of its first mobile game is of...


Pokémon The Movie: I Choose You! Review

Inspired by the first episode of the original Pokémon series, Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You! was released in theaters on November 5. It was for just a few days to mark the twentieth anniversary of the anime. Instead of Ash’s original friends, Misty and...


Imperfect Girl – Volume 1 Review

Imperfect Girl is a suspense manga featuring a teenage boy who possesses no name. From this point forward, I’ll refer to him as the protagonist. As he is riding on his bicycle from school, the protagonist crosses paths with a young girl and her...


Mystic Melee Review

Mystic Melee is a new multiplayer fighting game on the Steam Store. Additionally, Mystic Melee features a speedrunning campaign for solo players. This review is mostly covering the campaign aspect of the game. In short, I can say that the campaign is pretty time consuming...


We Watched Ghost in the Shell (2017) So You Don’t Have To

After much deliberation and discussions between the other writers and friends, we have finally come to a conclusion about how to feel about the new American version of Ghost in the Shell. Before reading on I should warn you that this review contains major spoilers to...


December 2016 Bokksu Review

Gotta say, I’m a big fan of the kind people over at Bokksu. They’ve sent us yet another of their Japanese sweets boxes, this one being the December 2016 box. As we’ve mentioned before, Bokksu is a little different in that the focus of...


Bokksu November 2016 Unboxing and Review

This week we received a new subscription box from a company we have yet to come across, Bokksu. Bokksu, which comes in a little orange box, has a bit of a different perspective on the whole Japanese subscription box fad. Much like Snakku, they...


Drifters Episode 5 Review

Drifters Episode 5 was perhaps the most direct episode of the series we’ve seen to date. While interesting, the plot followed a very linear path as we watched Toyohisa and his group progress from one battle to another. While it’s a bit different than...