This month we talk about the Record of Lodoss War OVA – with some tangents to the novels, the Actual Play, and the Chronicles of the Heroic Knight OVA (and also Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth).Continue reading
The Summer of JoJo continues with the first half of Stardust Crusaders – the Road to Egypt arc.Continue reading
This month we’re doing a quick rundown of some of the shows airing in the Spring 2023 season, before we discuss Bocchi! The Rock – a music comedy series about dealing with social anxiety.Continue reading
This month, Tora, David, and I kick off the inaugural installment of Fate-uary with a discussion of our background with the franchise, and a look at Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family.Continue reading
This month, for Christmas, David, Tora, & I are taking a look at the 1979 Sanrio stop-motion animated film “Nutcracker Fantasy”.Continue reading
This month, David, Tora, and I look at the 2019 adaptation of some of the Boogiepop light novels – Boogiepop & Others.Continue reading
We have the inaugural episode of the Anime Explorations Podcast! I and my friends David and Tora take a look at Masami Yuasa’s 2020 adaptation of the manga Keep Your Hands off Eizouken!Continue reading
Well, my review is done for Deja Vu for the NES. How good (or bad) of an adventure game is it? Well, you’ll have to listen to the review to find out.
The game was originally released for the Macintosh, but the version I’m reviewing is the NES version, which is only available on eBay. There was also a port of the first and second game in the series for the Game Boy Color, but if you thought the game was pixel bitching bad before, it’ll be even worse on the GBC’s small screen, so I just reccomend you skip that version of the game entirely.
Alright, I’ve played (though not beaten – it’s a really long game and I’ve only got 1 day to play it, sort of) Gauntlet II. Again, I’m reviewing the PlayStation Network version of the game, as that version is significantly more accessible than the NES version, and if you buy PSN version the developers actually get money and a random warm and fuzzy sensation, as opposed to just the random warm and fuzzy sensation they get for when someone buys the NES version on eBay (which, while pleasant, doesn’t pay the rent on their offices).