Learn Japanese at Your Own Pace with LEXiKEET

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More and more people are getting interested with learning Japanese due to the country’s steadily increasing exposure to other countries, especially in the fields of entertainment, tourism, technology and business. There are numerous ways for one to jump right into studying, and with the number of available options through the Internet, it’s not impossible to […]

Boku to Kanojo no Renai Mokuroku: Dat Ending

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Just recently I’ve been reading up on manga titles that catch my attention, not to mention stories that deal with repeatable timelines (I’m looking at you, Steins;Gate!). With my unending hunger for time travel-esque plotlines, I arrived at Boku to Kanojo no Renai Mokuroku‘s doorstep. Full Title: Boku to Kanojo no Renai Mokuroku Full Kanji […]

Windows 8 Apps: Anime Seasons helps keep track of the shows you watch

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Information Application title: Anime Seasons Type: Notifications, calendar, scheduling, information Platform(s): Windows 8 Metro (exclusive) Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Why it works: Clean UI, easily understandable, alerts integrate with Win8 OS notifications, shows can be rated and reviewed by users. Why it does not: Database isn’t updated (yet), no way for users to update […]

Web Koihime Musou

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    Publisher: Bean Fun Developer: BaseSon I’ve been mostly stuck around the office for some time now, and my low-powered PC won’t allow me to play with anything graphics-intensive. So I resorted to look for web-based games. I tried Battestations, which looked pretty awesome—but yep, my browser crashed all too much (yes, it is […]

Tomio’s Fall 2012 Anime Picks and Impressions

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To be honest,  I’m was  more focused on playing online games (specifically League of Legends)  than watching anime.  And I only pick up series which are recommended by friends. Titles that I’ve finished recently was Puella Magi Madoka Magica, High School of the Dead and Fate/Zero (Yes I’m a late bloomer LOL). I’m currently watching Sword Art Online since […]

Rakion: Still Rock Solid at Five

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The free-to-play online game title Rakion has been heard by a typical hardcore player at least a couple of times. The game, developed and published by South Korean company Softnyx, has been keeping its place in the competitive online gaming industry for five years running. For these past years, Rakion has undergone drastic improvements which […]

[Anime Review] Guilty Crown: A Guilty Pleasure?

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Guilty Crown: A Guilty Pleasure? The right to use my Friends as a Weapon. That is the Sinful Crown I shall adorn. Some quick info: Studio: Production I.G. (Break Blade, Star Driver) Director: Tetsurou Araki (Death Note, High School of the Dead) Writer: Hiroyuki Yoshino (Gundam SEED, Macross Frontier, Code Geass) Art: Redjuice Music: Supercell, […]

Mashiroiro Symphony – Series Review

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This week marks the end of many Fall 2011 series – to which we had a wide variety and array of titles and themes presented and shown to us. Though many didn’t like or enjoy them, I did. And one of these anime titles I’m talking about is Mashiroiro Symphony.

Steins;Gate Ep10,11,12,13

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Hi all, It’s been a while since my last post. In the string of episodes 10 – 13, the time leap machine was completed, and that the machine was tested out and used in the most dire circumstances. And the most dire circumstances is that someone important dies. I won’t be giving a summary of […]