I’ve been finding that I’ve been oddly focused with my gaming time lately, and have knocked a few things off my backlog. This is pretty uncharacteristic for me, because I feel like I’m pretty resistant to just closing the door on things; I’ll usually pick up new RPGs impulsively, and with each one of them […]
I always find it fascinating when the release of something coincides with a general cultural need. With the COVID-19 quarantine still going on, it was pretty great to see Animal Crossing: New Horizons come out right at a time when anxiety is high and people need something to do. For those unfamiliar with the series, […]
I read a lot of sports manga for specific reasons, and Giant Killing is a pleasant change from all that.
I’ve done my fair share of speaking about esports, but never in a class setting before. When I found out that my alma matter had an esports class (not just like, one week of study), I jumped at the chance to email the prof and see if they could put my experience to use. Literally, […]
Kazuma Kiryu’s story is done, and here’s what the series did for me.
Reading, watching and playing can bring a great state of “comfy”; but how do we know when what we’re consuming is just junk food?
It’s hard to start this kind of post without the usual cliches; 2019 felt overwhelming, but left me with hope for the future.
Let me tell you a tale of beating singlet-wearing dragons by shaking my hips.
I’ve been trying to sleep better lately, and part of that is improving my sleep hygiene. This is one of the manga that’s helping me get comfy at night.
This article contains heavy spoilers for people who aren’t current to the Haikyuu!! manga. Specifically, it’s written after reading Haikyuu!! 374.