Well, it's the end of the season, and that means that it's time for new reviews from me. Yes, I have to actually dust off my keyboard and do some work, heh... That being the case, I thought that I'd start with perhaps the most controversial of the season, H2O ~Footprints in the Sand~. Now, this is a series that takes a little walk into the darker areas of human nature, of hatred and its power to consume long after the events that gave rise to it... Not sure what I'm talking about? Well, take a look at the review, and
feel free to drop into the forums to discuss a little too. CLOSED Oh, and look for a few more reviews coming soon - lotta series wrapped, after all!
So here we have one of the most interesting manga I've read in awhile, Welcome to the NHK, which seems to be all about the insanity that has infected damn near every walk of life in one way or another both blatently and subtly.
There's also a discussion thread over there on the message boards if you want to take a gander at that. CLOSED
So, what happens when you take a tabletop RPG and try to make an anime out of it? Night Wizard, that's what. This series takes you on a simple enough romp through the life of one Hiiragi Renji - or at least, his attempt to have a life in face of being one of the protectors of the Earth. Take a look at the review to see what's up - aside from him, that is. There's
a discussion over at the forum too. CLOSED
-Sniffle- Sorry, don't mind me. I'm just drowning under a flood of the warm'n'fuzzies right now. Why? Well, that's the subject of tonight's addition, a review of ef - a tale of memories. What do you get when you take a two part eroge game and turn them into a single anime series? ;_; One of the single most awesome series I've ever seen, that's what. Want to know more? Read the review.
Feel free to discuss too CLOSED, because I'm feeling rather ferclempt at the moment... I need to go watch Hellraiser or something, all this good natured lovey dovey sad ending stuff is going to be the death of me.
That's right folks, it's past time for me to be adding a new review to the site, so this week it's a series fresh from the finish line: Myself; Yourself. Hope youv'e got some popcorn ready - and a girl to curl up with, because this is a great series deserving of the right setting to watch it in. But c'mon, take a look at the review to see what I thought about it, and feel free to
join the discussion in the forums! CLOSED
For your Christmas enjoyment, Dark Overlord Santa brings to you the Kaibutsu Oujo or Princess Resurrection manga for your entertainment. Some small differences from the anime, but quite profound, all things considered.
Be not afraid, and drop by the forums to engage in the ongoing discussion...or in this case the dissing of myself by my partner.CLOSED Worry not, he's got his coming, heheheheheh.
And here's a third review this week. Continuing the trend of video game reviews, this time I'm taking a look at a little gem called War Front: Turning Point, an RTS by Digital Reality. Unfortunately, it went unnoticed because the developer released it in direct competition with Command and Conquer 3, which is a pity because it's actually a pretty solid little game. Take a look folks!
What? Two reviews on the same day? I might actually clear out my backlog sometime this decade at this rate. As long as I'm reviewing FPS games, I decided that it's time to take a look at Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, in my case the PC edition. Hope you're ready to hump it folks, because the bullets are flying and the mud's neck deep. Take a look at the review to see what I thought.
Hey, what do you know, I finally got a chance to do it. Well, needless to say folks, today's (first?) update is on Halo 3, and only two months after it was released this time! The Master Chief needs no introduction, so I'll just let you find your way over to the review without further ado.