Anime

Why Reverse Isekai Feels Refreshing and Relatable

Isekai is a polarising genre. Many otaku can’t get enough of the genre since being transported to another world works as a great form of escapism. Meanwhile, others groan in annoyance at seeing more longwinded sounding isekai join seasonal anime schedules. However, reverse isekai offers a refreshing and relatable middle ground for people such as… Continue reading Why Reverse Isekai Feels Refreshing and Relatable

Anime

Animal Crossing New Horizons – A Year of Memes, Politics and Business Models

On March 20th 2020 Nintendo released their fifth main title for the Animal Crossing franchise under the name Animal Crossing New Horizons. How has the game held up over the course of the year and just what kind of an impact has New Horizons had so far on not only the Nintendo community but also… Continue reading Animal Crossing New Horizons – A Year of Memes, Politics and Business Models

Games · gaming · review

Breath of the Wild But Make It Anime – Genshin Impact Review

Genre: RPG, fantasy, action, online single and multiplayer Rating: 12+ Available on: iOS, Android, PS4, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch (TBA) and PS5 (TBA) Developers: miHoYo Genshin Impact Genshin Impact is an online RPG created by Chinese video game developer miHoYo which initially released on 28th September 2020 for Microsoft Windows, iOS, Android and PS4. The… Continue reading Breath of the Wild But Make It Anime – Genshin Impact Review

Anime · Film · Japanese Culture · review

The Spirit of Ghibli – A Whisker Away Review

Genre: Romance, fantasy, drama Rating: PG Studio: Studio Colorido Overview: A Whisker Away is Netflix original anime film about a junior high school student named Miyo "Muge" Sasaki who has fallen head over heels in love with her classmate Kento Hinode. However, the feelings aren't mutual. Muge is determined to get her crushes attention but… Continue reading The Spirit of Ghibli – A Whisker Away Review

Culture · Music · review

Bring Me The Horizon ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’ – Album Review

Back in October 2020 Bring Me The Horizon released their latest album titled Post Human: Survival Horror. This is the first instalment of the band's latest musical project going under the name Post Human. This album truly took me by surprise in the best way possible. As someone who was once a big fan and… Continue reading Bring Me The Horizon ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’ – Album Review

Culture · review · TV Series

The Purposeful Life and Death of Unus Annus

Memento Mori, Unus Annus. Remember death, one year. These words are the entire embodiment of Unus Annus (meaning "One Year" in Latin) and on 15th November 2019 these words resonated every single day until Friday 13th November 2020 when they went silent from the Internet forever, and died. Ethan Nestor (left) and Mark Fischbach (right)… Continue reading The Purposeful Life and Death of Unus Annus

Culture · live review · Music · review

Yungblud – The Weird Time of Life Gig Review

The second digital gig to hit my computer screen during the strange year that is 2020 was Yungblud’s 'The Weird Time of Life' virtual tour. The tour was created to almost simulate an in-person tour as much as possible. Sixteen tour dates are schedule for the upcoming weeks in which Yungblud will be (digitally) touring… Continue reading Yungblud – The Weird Time of Life Gig Review

Culture · live review · Music · review

Motionless In White Creatures Anniversary Gig Review

Around this time last year, metalcore band Motionless in White performed live at Manchester’s The Ritz to hundreds of screaming and dancing fans, myself included. Almost a year later the band are now celebrating the 10th anniversary of their ‘Creatures’ album in a room, alone, performing to cameras instead of their fans excited faces. As… Continue reading Motionless In White Creatures Anniversary Gig Review