the otaku wonderland
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.
Kindred Spirits is a visual novel by Liar-soft, which was also released on Steam a few months ago. It is one title from the recent influx of yuri visual novels I have been looking forward to play.
As rhythm gamers, I think we all aspire to perfect songs. Other than memorizing rhythms and endless repetitive practices, are there any other ways you can do to improve your chances of perfecting a song?
I never hated shounen or anything, but admittedly, I have outgrown it. Gone were the days when the only anime I ever watched were the “Big Three” of shounen — Naruto, Bleach and One Piece. After I tried out more genres and begun to appreciate them more, shounen anime just gradually returned to the backseat. As time goes on, new shounen anime does comes in bits and pieces once in a while, but these are a little different than the ones I’m accustomed to.
And then comes along Boku no Hero Academia. It’s really been awhile since I have last watched such a typical shounen action, and last season, this very anime instantly reminded me why this genre still works so damn well.