A show with its title screaming “nostalgia” or “relatable” for gamers alike. It goes without saying; this show is not everyone’s cup of tea! But because Gamers! is my cup of tea, it’s about time for me to talk about it.
Her anger-filled cry consisted mainly of frustration, however somewhere beneath the tones was--in near equal weight--her desperation.
"OH SNAP! It's another post on this show! Like, what happened to you saying that the previous post was possibly the one and only regarding this anime, Shoka?!" This is a dedicated post to Plyasm for preventing me in joining the dark side of herd mentality. And Glasses-kun, this is the answer to your wonder. … Continue reading A rational post regarding Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni.
If music was a game, the pop genre would have forever been known as a cheater. Originally existed to be of anything that rock genre couldn't do, now pop practically means anything that is popular. Pop music takes greatest advantage by absorbing everything around it and amalgamate them into the things that already exist within … Continue reading Adding energy into Pop music
If Saekano's main story gets adapted into a visual novel (and not made separately with original story), Katou Megumi route's bad end would pretty much look like this. I'd like to welcome Ino-Bato's infamous... Episode 7 This is probably the biggest reason most people today will ever want to watch the show at all--because … Continue reading Kushikawa Hatoko: Her Cry of Isolation (Part 1)