In the past couple years, I’ve found myself getting a lot more invested in MMORPGs and games with MMO elements. I’m talking games like Elder Scrolls Online, Dragon Ball Online, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Wild Star, VRChat, and Toontown Online Rewritten. Ever since I started playing these games, I’ve been craving a TV show about said … More Log Horizon: An MMO Anime Done Right
Something that has gotten traction as of late is “Virtual Reality”. While this has been a concept in movies, TV-shows, and literature, the general concepts of VR hadn’t been defined until recent years. Modern VR is in its infancy, and there aren’t a whole lot of fun games out for the platform yet. Still, developers … More VRChat Game Review: A Beautiful Mess of A Digital Chatroom
90s animated television was truly a bizarre thing to behold, due entirely to its experimental nature. The mid-to-late 90s became a breeding ground for some of the oddest and most entertaining shows you could ever imagine. I’m talking shows like Daria, King of The Hill, Dr. Katz, Samurai Pizza Cats, Spider-Man Unlimited, Batman Beyond, The … More The Awesome Absurdity That Is Space Ghost: Coast To Coast
Good news, everyone! As of late week, I am now officially a published writer. I wrote an article on Star Phoenix about Asperger’s and my experiences living with it. The link to it is on my “Info About Me” page, but I’ll also link it here as well. I’m pretty proud of it and how … More I’m A Published Writer Now!
Digimon was a huge thing back in the 90s to early 2000s, at least to a certain extent. Some people say Digimon piggybacked off the successful of Pokemon, which could be true to an extent. They did have similar names, show concepts, and both had successful anime adaptations. Of course, this meant when Pokemon received … More Remembering Digimon: The Movie
To me, internet animation has always been a unique subject to tackle. There are so many facets to online animation, and so many awesome cartoons out there to list. I’ve tackled the animated web-short “Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit”, but I thought I’d go back and discuss the epicenter of all online animation: Homestar Runner. … More Homestar Runner: A Legacy of Great Web-Cartoons
It’s been a great holiday break for me, and it was good spending time with family. I’m going to usher in 2018 by making a resolution: I intend to increase the quality and output of my written work, to go beyond what I was capable of before, and to branch out into territory. I intend … More Happy New Years, Everyone!
I like to imagine there’s a game series out there, one that merges the history of the samurai with the oddball nature found in a lot of Japan’s popular media. A game series that is both steeped in history, while still being screwy enough to capture the weirdness that Japan has become so beloved for. … More Way of The Samurai 3: The Oddball of Samurai Games
Anyone remember the Shenmue series? This series was originally released on the Dreamcast, and managed to provide a wholly unique experience. Shenmue was not only an action RPG, but it was also an open-world life simulation game! You played as a young man named Ryo Hazuki, who was on a quest to avenge his father. … More Virtua Quest: The Lost Shenmue Game
So, Star Wars Episode VIII just came out. The long-running sci-fi series has just released yet another film, and it’s divided audiences quite a bit. Not since Star Wars episode II has their ever been such a divide on people who love and hate the film. I haven’t seen the film yet, though I fully … More Star Wars: A Fanbase Divided