Thursday, November 25, 2010

Otanjoubi Omedetou!

Today is the birthday of my ichiban from Arashi!

I have been a fan for the past 4 years and I still love them as much as I did since my first episode of Arashi no Shukudaikun! (ZOMG I MISS THAT SHOW LIKE HELL. THEY SHOULDN'T HAVE ENDED IT AT ALL! T____T)

Can you believe this guy is already 30 years old????

Damn their beautiful youthful genes.

It makes the rest of us look bad. *mumbles some mumbo jumbo on inequality of youth looks*

And just because I think he looks super hot more of his current age with a super cute goatee:

Happy 30th Birthday Ohno Satoshi!

Hope you get the boat and fishing equipments you always wanted!

And catch the maguro or tuna or bonityou keep telling everyone you waited to catch for 43692374892749 hours. LOL.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Unofficial Doraemon Ending

A beautiful ending, despite it being unofficial. Prepare a box of tissues nearby, you have been warned. :')

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Touch Detective

Cited from Wikipedia:

The player controls the titular detective Mackenzie as she solves four mysteries in the small town of Osawari. Both the art style and the plot reflect a subtle fantasy mood – for example, the first case is to track down a thief who is stealing someone's dreams. Aside from the main plots, there are also a number of small bonus mysteries that involve much simpler tasks. There is also a Touch Notebook containing a list of major items in the game the player has touched.

The game is
entirely controlled via the touch screen. Tapping a location on the screen will talk to a character or examine an object. The player has an inventory of items collected, and may use them on other items or objects in the environment. The player can also communicate with the characters along conversation trees or present inventory items to them to learn new information. Mackenzie's pet mushroom, Funghi, is used as an aid in some puzzles.


HUGE HUGE fan of this game. It is highly addictive and you will find yourself glued to it to complete EVERYTHING. I worship investigative games (I previously completed a CSI game in one day) no matter how dizzy I get trying to solve the mysteries. It's a challenge and hey, people say that games like that increases brainpower so it's like killing 2 birds with one stone!

I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical in the beginning because I thought that the graphics were not as good as The Legend of Zelda, Lego Star Wars and other 3D games, and instead was presented with cutesy girls. Cutesy girls in an investigative game? But a few minutes into the game, the gameplay made up for it. I was glued! The characters are very interactive, and you can bug absolutely everyone!!! I love how there is no crappy dialogue and that sarcasm in dialogues is the way of life in this game. You'll be laughing your way through completing this!

And if you are done with this, there is the second version of the game! I am currently starting with it!

Oh, and just how much I love this game? Check out my current desktop:

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Ouran High School Host Club

Cited from Animelist:

Fujioka Haruhi won a scholarship to attend Ouran High, a school reserved for the rich and prestigious. Despite what other students may think of her, Haruhi cares little for physical appearances or the fact that she's a commoner. Unfortunately for Haruhi, her high school days took a turn when she stumbled upon the Host Club, a group of guys who use their specific traits and charms to entertain the women of Ouran High. Even worse was that Haruhi had accidentally broken an 8 million yen vase in the club. Unable to repay her debt with money, Haruhi found herself with no choice but to work for the Host Club, becoming a male host herself.


Defenitely an anime focusing on the female viewers with its range of astonishingly goodlooking male characters who apparently would do anything for the one female character, Haruhi. Sounds familiar? *cough* Fruits Basket*cough*. No complaints though, as I love that sort of thing, haha. Though the setting is different, the overall storyline would seem similar with the boys having some deep dark secret which apparently Haruhi would somehow help to overcome magically. But then again, this anime is a barrel of laughs and certainly enjoyable for anyone looking for a good anime to watch leisurely. The storyline is easy to be addicted to due to the multiple characters and their different personalities making it seem like there are 38470237402408 different stories in it. This also makes it a rewatchable anime for me! This is an anime full of life and laughter and definitely tons of eye-candies for the girls! *winks*

This review is personally dedicated to Chii-chan. *squishes*

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Kimi ni Todoke

Cited from Animelist:

Kuronuma Sawako is completely misunderstood by her classmates. Her timid and sweet demeanor is often mistaken for malicious behavior. This is due to her resemblance to the ghost girl from "The Ring", which has led her peers to give her the nickname Sadako. Longing to make friends and live a normal life, she is naturally drawn to Kazehaya Shouta, the most popular guy in class, whose "100% refreshing" personality earns him great admiration from Sawako. So when Kazehaya starts talking to her, maybe there is hope for the friendships Sawako has always longed for. Maybe...there is even a little hope for some romance in her future.


This is an AWESOME anime! I know I may seem biased because I am really into the whole shoujo romance manga/anime thing, but seriously, this must be the BEST depiction of what I had in mind of a GOOD shoujo romance anime. The love, although not formally expressed in words, is shown through actions and innermost thoughts and feelings. It makes the relationship between Sawako and Kazehaya to be so PURE and INNOCENT. Different than the typical romantic school romance anime, I find this to be the most realistic of all. I love how animes in this genre go into drama-mode where it will seem less anime-ish and make you forget that they are just drawings. For once, I felt the characters were lifelike. It is hard for a viewer to not feel attracted to Sawako's unique charm and personality and would love to befriend Yano-Chin (a gyaru character, kind and supportive, humorously masochist) and Chizu-chan (a former Yankee Girl who is actually really sensitive to emotional stuff, haha). The problems in school-life and relationships are shown in a more realistic form where viewers can actually relate to. The opening song and ending song are very soothing, and addictive. No teeny-bopper whiny moe songs, but actual songs with proper lyrics to go along with the movie! Refreshing! Overall, ths has definitely conquered the top-spot in my favourite animes.

Haven't said this before in previous anime posts, but this is a MUST watch.

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