What I Watched In February 2017 (Recommendations and reviews)

Whenever I write these summations of anime watched I can’t tell if the anime I watch look like a lot or a little depending on who you are / who you ask. These are going to be the shows that I’ve watched quite a lot of (e.g I watched one episode of Noragami and ping … Continue reading What I Watched In February 2017 (Recommendations and reviews)

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School Days: Was Sekai Actually Pregnant? (Part 1)

If you haven’t watched school days yet then you really should, it’s something that you won’t enjoy watching but be glad that you saw it when it’s over. If you haven’t seen it then why did you click on this post? Anyway in the last episode when Katsura opened up Sekai to see if she … Continue reading School Days: Was Sekai Actually Pregnant? (Part 1)

How To Make A Puzzle Game Based Around Just One puzzle – King’s Quest (part 6)

Previously I looked at the first 45 minutes of chapter 4 and I will now continue to explain how the game becomes one massive, boring, ice puzzle. If I was to say that the middle section of the game had 12 puzzles inside it wouldn’t that sound like a lot? The answer is yes however … Continue reading How To Make A Puzzle Game Based Around Just One puzzle – King’s Quest (part 6)

Attack On Titan Is Not Gore Anime

Attack on Titan is commonly confused as a gore anime when it’s really not. Whilst the definition of a gore anime is debatable it’s often considered to be something with lots of blood, and gruesome violence. The fact that I don’t think AOT is gore doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a bad show; it’s just … Continue reading Attack On Titan Is Not Gore Anime

How You Shouldn’t Deliver Exposition– King’s Quest (part 5)

In my series of rant posts against this game I’ve noticed one thing that seems prevalent in most of them. That is a boring intro puzzle sequence which could easily be explained in one or two sentences (as I will demonstrate) and chapter 4 is no exception. The game takes well over 15 minutes to … Continue reading How You Shouldn’t Deliver Exposition– King’s Quest (part 5)

Why King’s Quest Doesn’t Use Linear Puzzles Effectively (King’s Quest part 4)

In the last part I wrote about how I disliked the introduction to king’s quest chapter three and I will continue to be talking about more things that I disliked, continuing from the point in the game where I left off. I can’t help but feel like you’re railroaded into choosing who you want as … Continue reading Why King’s Quest Doesn’t Use Linear Puzzles Effectively (King’s Quest part 4)