I Found an Online Karuta Game

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I was watching the third season of Chihayafuru (I still haven’t finished it) and I suddenly had the urge to search for something similar to Karuta to play. I think I actually searched for a karuta game online a few years ago when I first watched the first season but I didn’t find any. Now however, I FOUND IT! It’s called Competitive Karuta Online and you can play it on Android and iOS.

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Chikai No Finale – Too Rushed?

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Chikai no Finale is the second sequel movie from the series Sound Euphonium. This movie takes place a year after the series, with the new first year students joining the club and the old third year students graduated. I was very excited when I found out that Sound Euphonium is getting a sequel. I’m a bit disappointed that it is a movie instead of a series but I appreciated it nonetheless. Now let’s move forward to what I think about this movie. 

Long story short, I love it. I get to relive Sound Euphonium again, how could I not love it?

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I Watched ‘Stop This Sound’ Because of The Romance

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Yes, you read it right. I watched this anime only because I saw a lot of blushing scenes on multiple social media platforms. I once said I didn’t want to continue watching the second season but yet here I am. I explained in this post that I didn’t really enjoy watching this anime. And I still hold to my stance. I did not enjoy the musical performance (but this season is much better), I don’t like how overdramatic everyone is, I don’t find the dynamics of the characters interesting and I especially hate the trio boys. I mean, why do they exist?? However, I found out that there are ships in this anime and all of them aren’t harem so I tried looking into it and now, I finished the anime. Basically, I decided to continue watching this anime just because I want to watch anime girls blush.

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Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc Impressions

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I’m currently playing a game called Danganronpa. It’s a very unique game (or visual novel) about 15 students who are trapped in an abandoned school by a bear-like psychopath. The only way for them to be freed is by killing at least one person and getting away with it. 

Unlike other battle royale stories which revolve around being the last one to survive, in this story, you just have to kill one person without letting any other students know you’re the culprit. After a murder takes place, there will be a period of time for all the students to investigate the crime scene and search for all the evidences. Then, the ‘class trial’ starts.

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WaifuBot Addiction

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I’ve been introduced to a gacha game on discord by my VRChat friends. It’s negatively affecting my life.

Seriously what’s the point of this game? We’re just collecting waifus and collecting Weeb Points and gambling to collect even more waifus using the Weeb Points that we get from sending waifus to the dungeon. We open boxes using our coloured keys which contain more Weeb Points and if you’re lucky, a random waifu. There is daily reward, daily gacha and daily keys, all of them encourage you to collect more waifus.

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VRChat – A Great Place To Hang Out During Lockdown

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So my country is currently in lockdown! Well not full lockdown yet but extremely restricted. We call it the Movement Control Order (MCO) This means that all the classes are postponed, people work from home and there are more time to play video games.

I’ve started playing VRChat because of a Youtuber named Lunamia. You can check him out. He’s really funny. But I’ve started to play more during this MCO period. I didn’t think it was this fun. So many random things can happen at any given moment.

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Domestic Girlfriend – Should I Watch It?

For some reason, I thought this song was sung by Mafumafu. If you don’t know who he is, he’s a Japanese singer who sounds like a girl. I like this song because of how emotionally committed the singer sings the song. She sings with desperation, frustration and exasperation. This goes hand in hand with its lyrics which is pretty depressing in my opinion. 

Then I found out that…

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Three Local 3D Animated Films in 2019

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Okay I’m going to stray a little bit off anime but this sis still on the topic of animation. There are three local animation movies that are released this year so the hype in my country is pretty damn high right now. While most of you can’t actually watch those movies, I’m gonna tell you about them anyway and share the hype. Because I’m honestly just proud of what our animation productions have achieved so far. I’ll link all the trailers for all the movies that I’ll mention. The trailers have English subtitles so yea, you will understand the trailers. Let’s begin with the first movie.

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Musical Performances in Sound! Euphonium

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The live performance is one of the most important moments in all music anime. If it’s good, it makes the characters feel more real and alive. If the anime skips the performance, it makes us wonder why it is a music anime in the first place.

Many music anime such as Stop This Sound, which I recently watched, have so many dialoguesduring the performance. As they play their instruments, the characters watching them play would make remarks like, “It’s very good. I feel like all the seasons have changed” or “oh my God they all play the impossible notes in sync even though it’s… well, impossible!!!” The remarks, to me, break the flow of the performance. I want to listen to the performance and let me catch it first hand how awesome or awful they play and how good they’ve become. But I can’t because other characters keep interrupting me and describe how they play to me. Continue reading

‘Papers, Please!’ – A Very Stressful Game

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During the summer steam sale, I looked into many indie title games available on Steam and are on sale. Papers, Please happens to be one of them.

Like many indie games, the gameplay is very unique. You are the inspector of a fictional country called Arstotzka, guarding one of the entrances of the East border of the country. A war against a neighbouring country has just ended but the peace is still very fragile. Your job is to inspect everyone who wants to enter the East border of the country. The means of inspection is by examining their personal related documents such as passports and ID cards, hence the title, Papers, Please.

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