the otaku wonderland
Paying to Win in a VRMMO is a light novel series written by Blitz Kiva, with it’s illustrations drawn by Kuwashima Rein. How does Paying to Win hold up in genre which is arguably as diluted as it could possibly be at this point?
Kyou no Cerberus is a manga drawn and written by Sakurai Ato. It was published on 2013 and completed by 2018. Decided to read this on a whim one day, and moreover, the fact that a manga about a moe anime girl-anthropomorphism of the very same three-headed guard dog of Hades actually exists, no doubt grasped my attention even more. How does it hold up though?
Being one of the member of HoloEN, a sub-division of the heavyweight vtuber group, Hololive — Mori Calliope surprised everyone with her sick bilingual bars. Her Dead Beats EP, has literally topped the iTunes music charts. So while this may (or may not) be a shitpost, Mori does legit has some incredible resume on her belt.
I’m an adult.
Well… I’m technically one. I’m of age, but I’m definitely not the mental age of the mature adult that everyone expects. Anyway, it may sound like I’m saying all these out of the blue, but I would like to reflect on how adult life has been influencing my hobbies, in this case — anime, games and whatnot. The short answer? Not good.
The older you grow, the more the responsibilities you bear and the obligations you have. You just have more things to worry about, from career to relationships to pretty much everything that has to do with this dumb thing called “life”. It can get extremely difficult to watch anime, play games; with all the stresses and hardships of real life, bearing down on you like shackles chained on your ankles. These days, instead of enjoying anime, I spent more time complaining about how I worry I can’t enjoy them. The fucking irony.
For now… damn.
While I’m just as usual preoccupied with all my endless personal problems, I can feel 2020 was one of the worst years ever even in a general sense. You know the news, so I’m gonna spare you the mumbling. In fact, you guys are probably more affected by them than me who live in a small corner on the other side of the world.