My Favorite Aikatsu Songs


Welp. Here we go.

Admittedly though, I have been trying to do a “Top 5 Aikatsu songs” for awhile, but it’s just impossible since every damn song is just so good. One guy in my twitter TL found an Aikatsu Sorter link and through that, I have been looking up at the ceiling, and frying every single brain cells of mine contemplating on the best Aikatsu songs — this one particularly hard because the lists will be consecutive (saved though, by the fact that the lists will be divided by seasons). Then I figure, why don’t I just share these lists here? I won’t be saying why I like these songs or stuffs (the post will get too long), but feel free to ask me about my choices in the comment section… if you even Aikatsu.

Tabi ni Deyou, Horobiyuku Sekai no Hate Made Review


Tabi ni Deyou is a light novel I greatly enjoyed, and when Cho put up this title for his LN Summer Reading Program, I thought it’s a perfect time to reread it. While I realized it’s not exactly a masterpiece, it’s still a very nice, pleasant read. It is written by Tadahito Yorozuya and illustrated by Houmitsu.

Re:Zero Musings – The Problem with Main Heroines and Shipping Subaru X Rem

Me as I finished episode 18

Me as I finished episode 18

Note: This post contains massive spoilers for Re:Zero especially for episode 18.
Please don’t read this post until you reach that part.

Stepping away from all the “shitty LN” jokes, Re:Zero’s actually pretty decent. However, it does has it’s own fair share of problems, and one thing that irks me the most now is episode 18.


Steam – A Double-Edged Sword for Visual Novels

This picture really represents Steam's visual novels well. Just... read on.

This picture represents Steam’s visual novels well. Just… read on.

I rarely use Steam myself (only ever used it for screenshot), but if there’s one thing I’m appreciative of — Steam has given visual novels a more mainstream attention. This however, comes with a price.

Video Games and Depression – How do they correlate?


I had seen discussions here and there where video games had been said to be great coping mechanisms for depression and anxiety. But are they really? This is a topic I’m going to focus on today.