Anime · review · TV Series

Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

Genre: Slice of life, survival, cute girls doing cute things, adventure, post-apocalyptic Rating: 12+ Studio: White Fox Episodes: 12 Available on: HIDIVE Overview: Girls Last Tour is set in an dystopian future where two friends named Chito (Chi) and Yuuri (Yuu) seem to be the only humans left of civilisation. In the baron wasteland in… Continue reading Bittersweet Adventures (Girls Last Tour Anime Review)

Music · review

OurKid – ‘Disappear’ Single Review

I'm back at it again with another single review! This time I'm reviewing OurKid's brand new single titled 'Disappear'. I reviewed one of their live shows a while back which I recommend checking out and today, on September 2nd they have released their latest single. 'Disappear' is track filled with dreamy indie goodness. Its floaty… Continue reading OurKid – ‘Disappear’ Single Review

Anime · review · TV Series

A Demon Samurai Bloodbath (Dororo Anime Review)

Genre: Historical, supernatural, samurai, action, adventure, drama, shounen Rating: R-17+ Studio: MAPPA Episodes: 24 Available on: AmazonPrime Overview: Dororo is set during the times of Japan where samurai and war lords ruled the land. One of Dororo's protagonists named Hyakkimaru is born a bloody shell of himself as his father Diago Kagemitsu sacrifices him to… Continue reading A Demon Samurai Bloodbath (Dororo Anime Review)

Anime · review

Enter the Cringe (Enter the Anime Documentary Review)

Rating: 15 Documentary length: 1 hour Available on: Netflix Overview: Enter the Anime is a Netflix documentary which wants to explore anime and discover what it is all about. The documentary features anime industry professionals such as Shinji Aramaki, Yoko Takahashi and Kozo Morishita whilst also showcasing anime such as Aggretsuko, Baki and Rilakkuma and… Continue reading Enter the Cringe (Enter the Anime Documentary Review)

Games · gaming · review

Discovering a Masterpiece (Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review)

Genre: Action, adventure Rating: 12+ Developers: Nintendo My Playtime: 100+ hours Overview: Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Is set at the end of the Legend if Zelda timeline. It is a vast open world game in which quests can be completed at your leisure and you are free to explore anywhere and everywhere.… Continue reading Discovering a Masterpiece (Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review)

Games · gaming · review

Life on the Farm (Stardew Valley Review)

Genre: RPG, simulation game, single-player and multiplayer game Rating: 7+ Developers: ConcernedApe Available on: Nintendo Switch, PS4, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Xbox One and PS Vita My Playtime: 40+ hours Overview: Stardew Valley follows your own customisable character who inherits a farm from your dear grandfather. The farm sits in the quant mountain filled area… Continue reading Life on the Farm (Stardew Valley Review)

Anime · review · TV Series

Samurai Shenanigans (Gintama Anime Review)

Genre: Comedy, parody, sci-fi, historical, action, shounen Rating: PG-13 Studios: Sunrise and Bandai Namco Pictures Episodes: 367+ (still ongoing) Available on: Crunchyroll, Funimation Now Overview: Edo Japan, known famously for its samurai has been invaded by aliens known as the "Amanto". After a harsh war where the Japanese and the Amanto fought fircely, the Amanto… Continue reading Samurai Shenanigans (Gintama Anime Review)

Anime · review · TV Series

A Modern Look on Old School Gaming (Hi Score Girl Review)

Genre: Comedy, seinen, romance, school Rating: 12+ Studio: J.C. Staff Episodes: 12 (+ 3 OVAs) Available on: Netflix Overview: It is 1991 and protagonist Yaguchi Haruo is a video game obsessed grade schooler who spends every waking moment of his existence playing the arcade games available to him.  One day whilst playing a game of… Continue reading A Modern Look on Old School Gaming (Hi Score Girl Review)

Anime · review · TV Series

Don’t Drink and Dive (Grand Blue Dreaming Anime Review)

Genre: Comedy, slice of life, seinen Rating: PG-13 Studio: Zero-G Episodes: 12 Available on: Amazon Prime Overview: Kitahara Iori is freshman in college who has just moved to the seaside town of Izu to start up his time at university. Iori has gone to live with his uncle in the town who owns a scuba… Continue reading Don’t Drink and Dive (Grand Blue Dreaming Anime Review)

Anime · Film · review

A Classic Flop (Akira Film Review)

Genre: Action, sci-fi, horror, supernatural, seinen Rating: R-17+ Studio: Tokyo Movie Shinsha Available on: FunimationNow Overview: In 1988, Japan experienced the disaster which would ignite world war three. Many years later Tokyo has been reborn and is now known as Neo Tokyo. The city is filled with violence and terrorism and many are fighting against… Continue reading A Classic Flop (Akira Film Review)