Back in 2016, I watched High School Fleet, which focuses on Akeno trying to manage a school ship for survival after they became fugitives. Believe it or not, the series have staff members that worked on Girls und Panzer. With that, we are reviewing the latter, which focuses on Sensha-dou (戦車道), which basically means the way of the tank.
I guess I am on the roll with all these manga reviews. With that, we will focus on the first volume of Comic Girls, which focuses on Kaoruko dorms at an all-girls mangaka dormitory.
Author: Hanzawa Kaori (はんざわかおり)
Publisher: Manga Time KR Comics (Serialized in Manga Time Max)
Original Release Date: April 27, 2015
Author: Tokumi Yuiko (篤見唯子)
Publisher: Manga Time KR Comics (Serialized in Manga Time Kirara)
Original Release Date: July 12, 2017
Given that this blog will be turning 10 years old next year, I want to expand my content. Aside from anime reviews and Japanese video games, I will cover some Japanese manga. I imported 9 volumes from different series, mostly leaving where the anime left off. All the manga I bought are Manga Time Kirara series.
With that, the first I will review is the manga adaptation of Sakura Quest.
Author: Kohinata Iroha (小日向いろは)
Publisher: Manga Time KR Comics (Serialized in Manga Time Kirara Forward)
Original Release Date: May 12, 2017
In 2016, I reviewed the Playstation Vita capture kit. It’s basically a hardware mod, which allows you to capture footage. While expensive, you can capture footage of all Vita games, which is something that you can’t do on the Playstation Vita TV officially.
In November, I decided to buy a Nintendo 3DS capture kit since Pocket Monsters Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon is coming out with it being the last on the console. Now that I used the kit extensively, it’s time to share my thoughts.
Note: It’s not possible to obtain a Nintendo 3DS with a capture mod since the company behind it, Katsukity went out of business. This review will remain for historical purposes. No, the capture kit is not for sale.
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Since June 2016, I finally bought a PlayStation 4. You might be wondering, what took so long for you to write a review? There are many reasons why I didn’t hop on the PlayStation 4 bandwagon until later on.
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It only has been one year and Game Freak decides to make an alternate story of Pocket Monsters Sun and Moon. Pocket Monsters Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon like Pocket Monsters Black 2 and White 2. How well does Ultra Sun and Moon compared to the originals. Let’s find out.
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For a while now, idols have become popular in Japan. While I enjoy Idolmaster 2 and One for All on the Playstation 3, Bandai Namco decides to make the jump to the Playstation 4. They announced The Idolmaster Platinum Stars on the franchise’s 10th anniversary live concert and released in July of 2016. It improves on the graphics drastically while introducing new gameplay. The question is, does it live up to the hype.
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In November 2015, Gust made a new franchise called Yoru no Nai Kuni (also known as Night of Azure outside of Japan). It focused on a half-demon girl named Arnice (アーナス) with her quest to protect Lilysse (リュリーティス) and stop the Nightlord
The sequel, Yoru no Nai Kuni 2: Shingetsu no Hanayome (よるのないくに２；新月の花嫁, lit: Land without Darkness: Bride of the New Moon) starts where the first game left off with a new cast with more refinements to the battle system and a new story. Of course, this game suffered development hell with it delayed several times. It’s not until August 31st it finally made it past development and released to the public in Japan. With that, this makes you wonder, is the sequel worth the wait?
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For a while now, the Playstation Vita was the console for me. Not only it’s almost as powerful as a Playstation 3, but it has a lot of good Japanese role playing games. It also sold well in Japan.
Now, there is another contender. You guessed it! It’s the Nintendo Switch.
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