Few franchises became important to people as quickly as Pokémon did, or maintained such a rock-solid brand formula over 25 years.
Welp, it finally happened – I’m way into Pokémon cards now. Turns out, I just needed to see it cleverly rounds off its harsher edges.
Horimiya thrives on its characters’ vulnerability – and that’s exactly why I’ve never once felt uncomfortable on their behalf.
I’m absolutely garbage at Street Fighter. But that’s perfectly fine – ultimately, my failures are more helpful than embarrassing.
Few things blend pure enthusiasm for a subject with a light fiction to tie it together nearly so well as Yuru Camp.
I almost didn’t finish The Day I Became A God, which is really weird for me. But sometimes these things just take a while.
I had the same conclusion about otome that I use to avoid a score of other genres: “It’s just not for me.”
Which is, of course, a ridiculous statement to make about an entire genre.
Everybody has a preference between weighty hard fantasy and flashy, delightful soft fantasy. Witch Hat Atelier does both marvelously.
Welp, an MMO finally got its claws in me. Makes some sense that it’d be Final Fantasy XIV. But this isn’t the first time I’ve made a pass at this particular MMO – so why does Final Fantasy XIV work for me now?
Man does anime love to geek out over oddly-specific stuff. That can be a real trip when, like Silver Spoon, it hits on something personal.