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Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town Review

Everyone loves a peaceful farm simulator, from Animal Crossing to Harvest Moon, and beyond. The newest in this calming genre is Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town. The game has only been out...
Root Letter: Last Answer

Root Letter: Last Answer Review

Visual novels are a unique niche of games that are widely popular around the world. While each game is different, visual novels are generally video games that are a mix between reading a manga...
sazan & comet girl manga

Sazan & Comet Girl (Manga Review)

Sazan lived a simple life on Earth doing off-planet construction, landscaping, and maintenance jobs. Then one day he catches a ride from the eccentric “Comet Girl”, Mina, on her space scooter. She’s...
Doki Doki Crate

February 2021 Doki Doki Crate Review

There are a lot of subscription boxes out there these days, and sometimes it's hard to know which ones to get. As an anime fan, there are quite a few, including Loot Anime, YumeTwins,...
Paprika

Paprika: Dreams Come to Life

Imagine you and a friend put on a small headset and then drift off to sleep. Then upon falling asleep, your friend enters your dream as if it was their own. In...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is the perfect game for any fans of the Dragon Ball franchise who want to relive the highlights of Dragon Ball Z. It's a giant game packed with countless hours...
fiancée of the wizard

Fiancée of the Wizard (Manga Review)

Fiancée of the Wizard is obviously a fantasy romance based on the title, but it’s also an isekai! Because why not?! The premise here is that this girl dies...
I Love You So Much I Hate You

I Love You So Much, I Hate You (Manga Review)

I Love You So Much, I Hate You is a yuri romance drama about an office affair between the sales department’s rising star, Saori Fujimura, and her division’s first female manager, Ayako...
I Don't Know How to Give Birth

I Don’t Know How to Give Birth (Manga Review)

I Don’t Know How to Give Birth is QUITE a title. This is a comedy autobiography about manga artist Ayami Kazama learning about motherhood firsthand. She goes from wanting a child to...
monster anime

Monster: Looking Back at Naoki Urasawa’s Masterpiece Thriller Anime

It's almost Halloween, and what better way to spend October than watching psychological thrillers? If you're looking for an anime filled with suspense, amazing storytelling, and dynamic characters, Naoki Urasawa's 2004 anime...