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All “Reviews” blog posts. This category is already self-explanatory but since I need to fulfill the SEO requirements (the red icon really bothers me) I will add comments about the games that I played either in PlayStation or Steam as well as movies or TV series that I watched over the weekend on Netfl**. These posts are simple and will not give a rating system since I don’t have criteria for those.

↝ You might see some “Travel” or “Life” categories here since my hubby is a retro game collector so we will be visiting some arcade games and claustrophobia-triggering stores to fulfill his growing collection and my game collection as well.

↝ Although it is named “Reviews”, I believe majority of my posts will be gaming, so some topics that will be posted here are ranging from current game style to old-school, retro video gaming. I might share a 30-sec to 1-min video clip because just to show off my gamer skiLLZzzss and such. (Actually, I have a potato laptop so I can only record very short clips hehe)

↝ I tried to add my weird binge-watching habits since its a frequent thing to me now, so might as well some movies or tv series here.

よるのないくに — Game Review

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It’s been quite a while since my last game review, or even completing a game for that matter. So, I decided to check into my backlog and randomly selected a game, and it turned out to be an absolute hidden gem.

I bought this game a year ago because it was dirt cheap and I bought it along with other games like .hack//GU Last Record, Yakuza Remastered Version, Deemo Last Recital, and Death Stranding. Honestly, I bought it on a whim without watching the trailer and knowing that the game is in Japanese, so my かな reading skills are put to the test.

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Tokyo Mystery Sake — TV Review

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Tokyo Mystery Sake (東京怪奇酒) caught my attention after watching “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness” a few weeks ago. My curiosity was piqued when someone mentioned it on Discord, so during my work hours, I decided to give this series a try.

Tokyo Mystery Sake follows Yosuke Sugino, a young actor who receives an offer for a lead role in a horror series called “Tokyo Horror.

Sugino is hesitant to take on a horror series due to his fear of the genre. But his manager promises that it will elevate him from a trendy actor to an internationally renowned Japanese actor (I see what you did there Netflix *wink* *wink*).

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir — Game Review

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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is an exceptional remake of the original PlayStation 2 game released in 2007, simply titled Odin Sphere. As fans of Vanillaware are well aware, the studio consistently delivers games of artistic excellence, and Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is no exception.

From the awe-inspiring backgrounds and beautifully designed characters to the seamless animation and engaging gameplay, the game lives up to the high standards set by previous Vanillaware titles such as Oboro Muramasa Rebirth and Dragon’s Crown. If you’ve experienced these games, you already have an idea of the level of quality and craftsmanship you can expect from Odin Sphere Leifthrasir.

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Muse Dash — Game Review

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It has been quite a while since my last post, and I finally have a moment to share my thoughts on Muse Dash. Life has been incredibly busy since my previous update, but today, I managed to find some time to compose this blog post.

Rhythm games have always held a special place in my heart. The way they incorporate music into the gameplay and the variety of difficulty levels available make them truly captivating. I can easily enjoy a casual session by selecting Easy or Medium mode, but I also find great satisfaction in challenging myself with the intense gameplay of Master mode.

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