On this episode, Honoka and Ayaka works on their escape from the villains. Meanwhile, the Workshop Witches fight against the villains without their magic and the city became an apocalypse.
So the current plot is pretty intense. It's nice to see more details about the Workshop Witches and more villains introduced. Also more details about the protection of the city was explained. However it seems our male lead is in big trouble and he'll have to solve it on the next episode too. Other than that, there's more action which is nice. Overall, I can't wait to see the plot continued.
Conclusion: Intense current plot and more action.
On this episode, Yukine does good deeds to make up for his terrible actions and realized how much Yato liked him. Meanwhile, Nora makes a plan against Yato by interfering with Hiyori.
So it's nice that Yukine is no longer an annoying character. But Nora was the most annoying for me since her introduction. Also it seems that she's the main antagonist in the series. I really hope Yato can slay Nora soon since she's corrupted. Anyway, the new current plot is going to be intense and can't wait to see what happens next.
Conclusion: A nice new plot introduced.
Guns N Souls is a action runner collectable card game. You basically get to collect cards (which categorizes from three music categories) and use them to power up your character and fight monsters while running and shooting monsters along with dodging obstacles or traps. So after weeks of playing, I got bored with it because runner games is not really my interest. Although the big downside about the game is the lag. Anyway, the game is overall decent but is somewhat generic.
Conclusion: A decent runner action game.
Note: Available in the Japanese app store.
At first, I was like "oh cool, a mecha girl anime" and then it actually had a nice decent opening. But after the opening, the series showed its ugly computer 3D graphics (that seems to be out dated) and cheesy scenes with no action whatsoever. So yeah, I'm automatically dropping this series (also meaning I won't be watching this whatsoever) and not much else to say about it. Although it seems their entire budget was spent on the opening.
Conclusion: It's one of those really terrible cheesy minor anime. Dropped.
This is quick notice on why I'm not posting everyday at the moment is because I kinda got busy managing a English fan wiki that I started for a RPG and rogue-like indie game called One Way Heroics which is developed by a one man Japanese indie game developer. Anyway, I'm currently planning on the designs and content on the wiki. Feel free to check it out.
On this episode, Honoka finally gets to start his combat training. Meanwhile, a nasty villain plans to kidnap Honoka which becomes the major plot.
The new current plot is interesting and got complicated. They revealed the real current master mind who wants to kidnap our male lead. Although I really wonder if Honoka can fight without his sealed powers. Also will our hero and heroine have a fighting chance against the master mind on the current plot? Other than that, not much else to say but I can't wait to find out.
Conclusion: Male lead finally gets to start combat training and master mind is revealed.
Before I get started, I used to travel a lot that ranges from going to Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, Canada and more which is basically mostly around in Asia (but I kinda got lazy to post about them). In other words, you'll see my point of view as an experienced traveler myself.
Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~ is a visual novel about our American male lead who recently got in contact with two guys on the internet. He soon took a plane and went to Japan while letting them know that he's going to arrive. Once he arrived, he soon found out the two guys he met on the internet are actually girls (as shown on the screenshot on top). After they met, they then went to their home and thus, the touring adventures start.
The game is pretty interesting. You'll be able to make some choices like picking a place on where you want to go for each day but you will be limited to picking up to three places because the story will last for around five days(which fortunately means that there will be some replay value). Other than making some choices, they decently explained a lot of specific facts or explanations depending on the place you decided to go to and along with that, there's a helpful tool that shows the estimated money you would have spent during the tour (depending on the US Dollars to Japanese Yen conversion number you inserted in the beginning of the game). As for the story and characters, it's not bad but is basic since it's not the main focus in the game, exactly. Although it is something like you would see in a slice of life anime/manga with some comedy and romance (including some echii). So overall, I find the game to be quite enjoyable and surprisingly helpful for a traveler such as myself. If you want to go to Japan or if you don't think you can go to Japan but is in your interest, I would highly recommend you to buy this game. It's really worth the money.
Conclusion: An awesome visual novel guide of Japan.
DICE: The Cube that Changes Everything is a manhwa (Korean version of manga) about what if life becomes a game. So the story is about a high school boy who encountered another boy who happens to have special skills and nice looks. Then eventually he found out about a mysterious object called "dice". Dice can do a lot of things for improving the user's stats that ranges from looks, strengths, agility and much more as you read further. To earn a dice, the player (mainly called a Dicer) will have to do certain real life quests given by the GM (game master). However, there are rules revealed that a Dicer is not allowed to break and players can die.
Anyway, the series has very interesting concepts. I pretty much like the story and characters so far. But it can get very dark and intense which is a bit similar to the Mirai Nikki series. As for the action, there's a bunch of a nice fight scenes. Other than that, the art is pretty good especially that each issue is colored entirely (which is probably in most manhwa). So overall, not much else to say but it's enjoyable and I do recommend you to check it out.
Conclusion: A nice interesting manwha series about turning life into a game.
Dungeon and Girls is an RPG based on the classical RPGs. A similar example is the Etrian Odyssey series. So on this game, you get to play a hero and eventually unlock other heroes and play as them for progressing through the levels. Also you'll have a companion/pet that will assist you during battles and to get more of them, you'll have to do certain battles. To move around or preform actions, you will be limited to cards (as shown on the screenshot). Moving around will depend on the number of the card (located on the top left corner) and while in battle, your actions will be based on the symbol of the card you use. They have effects from counter, healing, attacking and more. Once you complete a certain point on the level, you'll gain cards that you could use for the next level and exp for your companion/pet. However your hero will have to start over again from scratch at level one for each level but fortunately, each hero has a special ability along with other abilities you can choose after a battle that can be very helpful depending on the situation.
Unlike most other RPGs with the similar format, this game doesn't have the stamina system (meaning you don't have to wait a certain amount of time to complete a level). Also a very nice addition is that you can play this game offline without having to use the internet or data. Although unfortunately, you'll have to spend real money to get most of the rare companions/pets but that shouldn't be a bother since it seems like the game doesn't really need them to pass through harder levels after hours I played. Other than that, the bosses and monsters are all cute girls and there's only pretty much one male character who is one of the heroes you start off with. It's an interesting game overall.
Conclusion: Interesting RPG game with no stamina system and can be played offline.
Note: Available in the Japanese app store.