The very pretty Koizumi (CV: Ayana Taketatsu) has transferred to the same class as Yuu Oosawa (CV: Ayane Sakura), Jun Takahashi (CV: Yumi Hara) and Misa Nakamura (CV: Akari Kito). Yuu, who likes pretty things, gets attached to Koizumi and starts trying to befriend her, but all Koizumi cares about is ramen.
Professional shogi player Yaichi Kuzuryu (CV: Yuuma Uchida) is the youngest Ryuo to this day, but ever since he got his title the previous year, he has been in a slump. That’s when he find Ai Hinatsuru (CV: Rina Hidaka) in his apartment and she tells him to let her be her pupil, because he promised to do so during the Ryuo title match. He realises her potential and takes her as his pupil, but will his change of life get him out of his slump as a professional? Continue reading
Now it’s been a few months since the new party member joined us. He’s doing really well and so am I. But as expected, I don’t have a lot of time to focus on blogging. I’ve managed to make two new posts since he was born and hopefully I’ll have at least a handful in 2018 as well.
I’m not going to go over how I did on my 2017 goals, nor am I setting any new ones for 2018, because I still have to see how I can fit in my blog in my new life, but I hope you all will stay with me for another year.
Are you into trading card games but can’t afford buying real cards and have yet to find a digital game that’s like a real TCG? Look no further, ’cause I have found it! Shadowverse has 6 different kinds of decks you can build: Forestcraft, Runecraft, Dragoncraft, Bloodcraft, Shadowcraft and Havencraft. They all have their specialties and you can choose to both build a deck from scratch or get a generated deck. The game has both a single player (story mode and playing against an AI) and a multiplayer mode (ranked matches, unranked matches, play against a friend and Take Two), so no matter what mood you’re in, you’ll be good! Continue reading
In a society where humans have advanced technology so far that we can reach the moons of Jupiter, gender and sexuality is an issue. People can change physical sex however they wish, or even have the organs of both, but humanity has come much further in bioengineering than that.
On Jupiter-I, a space station in orbit around Jupiter, we find the Rounds. They are so-called true intersex, and they naturally have both male and female traits. They are humans whose DNA is different from the people who created them. However, not all are happy about the engineered humans, and now Jupiter-I is targeted by the terrorist group The Vessel of Life.
D Day is coming closer (at the time of writing, anyway, but as with pregnancy, who knows when that is?) so I thought I’d give you an update, some information and… a challenge!? Continue reading
As sad as it is, this is the last review post you’ll see from me for a while. Keep up with how things are going by mailing to TheAnnyBlog@gmail.com or on the Facebook page or Twitter. Remember that Patreon pledges and donations will keep the site up while I’m on parental leave, and you can always contact me for donations of material to review whenever I have time between sleeping and caring for my baby.
Yuki Takeya (CV: Iori Minase) is the upperclassman of the school living club and is one of the original members of it together with Kurumi Ebisuzawa (CV: Ari Ozawa) and Yuuri Wakasa (CV: Mao Ichimichi). After joining the club she has started to enjoy school as well. But one day the dog that the club takes care of, Taroumaru (CV: Emiri Katou), left the club room by himself and Miki Naoki (CV: Rie Takahashi) is searching for him, asking Yuki for help. But Yuki has to remind Miki every time they enter a classroom that it’s in the middle of class, because not everything is as it seems…
Takashi Natsume (CV: Hiroshi Kamiya) is back once again, living between the worlds of human and youkai. For another season we get to follow Takashi’s daily life with Nyanko-sensei (CV: Kazuhiko Inoue). He starts to learn more about his maternal grandmother Reiko (CV: Sanae Kobayashi), and slowly continues opening up to the fellow humans around him. Continue reading
A while back Taisho Alice was released in English by E2 Gaming. Rants were burning all over my Twitter timeline and as a reviewer, I can’t look away from this. This post, however, will probably be a bit ranty. Okay, not just a bit, a lot. I’m also choosing to entirely skip the summary, because in this post I will focus on taking this game – and the company localising it – apart. I suggest reading the description on VNDB or find one of the English bloggers’ review of the Japanese games for a summary or the like.
“Borrowing an umbrella from you is a deep, deep wound to my personal virtue and honor! One that will never heal in thousands of years!”
The Devil King and his general Alciel fled from the world they tried to conquer when the Hero Emilia was overpowering them. And the two ended up in Tokyo, Japan. Now they have little to no magical power and they realize they need to adapt to the life of the Japanese. They get an apartment, they work, they buy necessities and food. And live a peaceful, yet financially difficult, life as Sadao Maou and Shiro Ashiya until Sadao one day meets the girl Emi Yusa. Continue reading