Final Fantasy Game Review

“Bless the Crystals!”

Final Fantasy was originally released by Square Soft in 1987. This is the game that started it all, the original Final Fantasy. The original version of the game was made for the NES, then it was ported to, let me see here, PS1, PSP, iOS, PC, MSX, Wonder Swan, Gameboy Advance, Mobile Phones, and 3DS, so a lot of different platforms. I played the PS1 version on my PS Vita.

What is in a name? The game was titled Final Fantasy because it was the last chance for success before bankruptcy for Square Soft and potentially being fired for Sakaguchi Hironobu. It really was the final dream for a company, and I am glad the title is ironic at this point. This is the beginning to fantastic world of Final Fantasy.

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Kimi no Na Wa Movie Review

“Dreams fade, but always treasure the memories”

Also known as Your Name is an anime movie based on the novel of the same name. Both the novel and the movie were written/ directed by Shinkai Makoto, the person behind 5cm per Second as well as Garden of Words. It was animated by CoMix Wave Films. The film originally was released in Japan August of 2016, but it was just recently released here in the States.

This will be a brief one as I don’t want to spoil anything.


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Persona 2 Innocent Sin Retrospective

Persona 2 is unique in that it is a duology, the stories of Tatsuya and stories of Maia. The duology is divided into Innocent Sin and Eternal Punishment, here I am talking about Innocent Sin.

Persona 2 was first released in 1999on the PS1 and was re-released on the PSP in 2011. The games are made by Atlus, one of my favorite game companies. I had the chance to play the PSP remastered version of the game.


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Gabriel DropOut Anime Review

I actually didn’t plan on watching this, I just started randomly, at 2 in the morning, binged watched what was out, then continued….

Gabriel DropOut is an anime adaptation of the manga of the same name. The manga series is written by Ukami and the anime series was created by studio Doga Kobo. The series consists of 12  episodes and aired from January 2017 to March of 2017.

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Re: Zero Anime Review

“False tears bring pain to those around you. A false smile brings pain to one self.” – CC from Code Geass


I will say this, this is not some super cutesy show, you need some tolerance for messed up things, but it’s no Berserk.

Re:Zero is an anime adaptation of a web novel that became a light novel series of the same named written by Nagatsuki Tappei and drawn by Otsuka Shinichirou. The anime adaptation was made by studio White Fox. The series is 25 episodes long and aired from April to September of 2016.

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The Witcher 3: Heart of Stone Game Review

Heart of Stone is the first big DLC or as some say expansion to the Witcher 3. While it does not add any new regions, it adds missions, stories, enemies, and whole lot more. Heart of Stone was released in October of 2015, about a half a year after the release of the Witcher 3. Heart of Stone is once again made by CD Projekt Red.

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Logan Movie Review

If you haven’t heard this is a new movie featuring Hugh Jackman as titular Logan, the Wolverine. The movie was released in March of 2017, so just a bit ago by 20th Century Fox. As it does feature couple of character from the previous series, it can be seen as part of the X-Men movies, but practically, it is a stand alone movie, you don’t need to have seen the previous movies.

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