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Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! <3 Throb (Season 2) Review


Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! <3 Throb, or, Chuunibyou demo koi ga shitai! Ren, is the second season of the Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions! (read the season 1 review here) anime series. Chunibyo focuses on a group of highschool students coping with their love for each other while they have a syndrome known as chuunibyou. A chuunibyou is essentially a person suffering from the delusion of heightened self-importance, often coupled with a highly imaginative psychosis. This particular season follows the group through their second year of High School and the advancements of the relations between each other. There may also be a few interlopers lurking throughout. The story of this season of Chunibyo follows Rikka and Togashi as they … Continue reading

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Uriel’s Chasm 2: את Review


What do you get when you mix Touhou, religion, gardening, religion, surfing, religion, Battletoads, and, Rail Slave Games? If you answered with “something bizarre”, you would be correct. If you added: “probably Uriel’s Chasm 2” to the end of that statement, you’d be even more correct. Uriel’s Chasm 2: את (pronounced as et) is the alt-game featuring religious themes by Rail Slave Games. It touches on multiple genres of gameplay and combines elements of those genres into a rather strange sequel to Selfie: Sisters of the Aniotic Lens, Uriel’s Chasm, and N.P.P.D Rush. Interestingly, the game doesn’t seem to tie into the original Uriel’s Chasm as much as you think that it would. Officially, the story of Uriel’s Chasm 2: … Continue reading

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Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 Review


Have you been planning a trip to Japan recently but have had no idea where to begin? Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 is the Japanese Visual Novel designed to help you with your Japanese trip planning by putting you through the story of a character traveling to Japan while staying with a couple of sisters. As the follow-up to the previous game, Go! Go! Nippon, it features updated graphics and features, such as the E-Mote system, which give the game a bit more life. The story is largely similar, however. This particular Visual Novel has no swearing, suggestive nudity, or sex-scenes, making it ideal for gamers of all ages. The story begins with the main character arriving at the Narita Airport … Continue reading

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Star Wars The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire Review


Star Wars The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire is the latest expansion pack to the SWTOR game, picking up after the events of the previous expansion pack: Shadows of Revan. In this expansion pack, the player goes through a 5 year time-skip to a point where the Sith emperor from the previous game, Valkorion, has been defeated by his son who is now waging a war across the galaxy. It is up to the player to lead a rebellion against the Empire and to free both the Republic and the Sith from subjugation. The storyline begins in the past (I guess), with the game picking up just after the events of Shadows of Revan. However, there’s a new … Continue reading

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Shiny Days Review [Adult Content Warning]


Shiny Days is an interactive anime OVA series from Overflow and has recently been released by JAST USA. The game is a remake of the School Days game appearing previous in the series, with School Days being a followup to previous Overflow games Summer Raddish Vacation and Snow Raddish Vacation. Players take on the role of the protagonist, Makoto, through a summer vacation where he begins a romance with his classmate, Setsuna. This is a hentai story and has had a small amount of censorship due to child pornography concerns. The protagonist, Makoto, is on a break from school due to it being the summer vacation. He is tasked with looking after his little sister and frequents a beach near … Continue reading

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Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation Review


A video game about video games has been turned into an anime series and the name of that series is called Hyperdimension Neptunia. The premise of Hyperdimension Neptunia is that there is an alternative universe where there are nations based on video game console companies that compete with each other for shares. The leaders of these nations are known as CPUs and they gain their power from Share Energy, accumulated from these shares. As such, the CPUs are essentially gods that are powered by the belief in their followers. The series takes place in a time of peace where the nations of the world are no longer in a war against each other, and the CPU goddesses are essentially friends. … Continue reading

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Magical Warfare Review


Magical Warfare is an Anime series that feels as though it is a mixture of Harry Potter and traditional seinen anime tossed through a blender and then served in a cool glass. The series was animated by Madhouse and translated by Sentai Filmworks. It is released by Madman Entertainment here in Australia. The story of Magical Warfare revolves around the character Takeshi after he is transformed into a wizard after being exposed to a magical attack during an encounter with a group of wizards from another dimension. This battle was between the wizard girl, Mui, and a terrorist group led by her brother. However, takeshi was not the only person tranformed into a wizard during this clash, a small group … Continue reading

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