Well, Happy Katana fans, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has done it again. It never fails to bring us one of the highest quality cartoons that has graced television in the last several years, and after watching the two-part season four opening, my wildest expectations have been more than achieved. I know that a lot of Bronies were torn about season four, mainly because season three was comparably weaker than the first two. The exception of course, is Magic Mystery Cure, which is still my favorite episode in this series. But yeah, I’ve beaten this horse to death (oh god, why? Bad Ashley.) more times than I can count on this blog, so, here’s hoping this is the last time I will have to mention how much I love the season three finale, though that’s wishful thinking right there. Anyway, ever since Twilight Sparkle became an Alicorn Princess, the fandom has been divided on how FiM would handle that plot device (even though, in my opinion, the movie Equestria Girls proved that Twilight’s a character wasn’t going to change in the least), and you know what? They really fucking nailed it. As expected, the superb and ingenious writers on My Little Pony have made a powerful, fun, memorable, and awesome start to what I have high hopes will be an amazing season.
In 1991, the SNES was released in North America (1990 for the Super Famicom in Japan). It was intended to be released later than that, but the Sega Genesis was starting to pick up steam and Nintendo panicked, releasing its system sooner than it wanted to (yet somehow, it still ended up being the greatest console of all time, in my opinion). In North America, it launched with three games: F-Zero, Pilotwings, and the game I’m about to review, Super Mario World. Okay, enough of the history lesson. You didn’t come here to learn stuff. You came here to read a review of Super Mario World (or whack it to Pokémon hentai and erotica if some of the searches that people used to find my site are any indication). So, without further adieu, let’s begin.
This is the second part in a series of character analysis from the anime and manga Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack On Titan). Now, this goes without saying, but this will take into consideration all facets of a character’s personality, talents, families, special abilities and past, and that includes the manga. So, if you are an anime watcher that hasn’t read ahead, be prepared for massive spoilers. Continue reading
This is the first part in a series of character analysis from the anime and manga Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack On Titan). Now, this goes without saying, but this will take into consideration all facets of a character’s personality, talents, families, special abilities and past, and that includes the manga. So, if you are an anime watcher that hasn’t read ahead, be prepared for massive spoilers. Continue reading
Well, considering I had my YouTube channel up since 2008, and the fact that I now have a webcam, I decided to make my own videos. So far I only have one video (well one real video), which is pretty much an introduction video:
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Hey. I am new to the survival horror genre, and is there seriously any other better way to be introduced to it other than playing Resident Evil 4? I doubt it. Now, this review may look biased or generic, but this was my first experience playing the game.
Back during E3 2010, Paper Mario for the 3DS was announced. I was highly excited for the game since at the time, I beat both PM64 and SPM, and they were some of the greatest games I’ve ever played. A few months ago I beat TTYD, and finally this game came out. This was my most anticipated 3DS game, so does the new sticker idea work out great for this beloved series, or does it fail miserably? Here is my review of Paper Mario Sticker Star.
Hello there, Happy Katana fans. Well, Disney Month is officially over. So, was it the massive success that I thought it would be? As the first themed month in Happy Katana history, did it live up to the hype? Was it as good as I expected?