Genshin Impact Review: A Little New, A Lot of Old

Reviewed on: Playstation 4 Developer: miHoYo Release Date: September 28th, 2020 Full disclosure; I am a sucker for a JRPG. I’m still grinding through Persona 5 Royal, I haven’t stopped playing Fire Emblem Three Houses since its release date, and I’m desperately trying to find time to chip away at Dragon Quest XI. Through aContinue reading “Genshin Impact Review: A Little New, A Lot of Old”

Jujutsu Kaisen Review: I Hope You Miss Bleach

Director: Park Sung-Hoo Studio: MAPPA Streaming on: Crunchyroll Jujutsu Kaisen is the latest adaptation of a Shonen Jump manga, and the newest addition to the growing catalogue of Crunchyroll Originals. Directed by Park Sung-Hoo, fresh off the dumpster fire that was The God of High School. However, while The God of High School’s story wasContinue reading “Jujutsu Kaisen Review: I Hope You Miss Bleach”

Kaguya-Sama: Love is War is the Most Realistic Teenage Drama

It’s easy to scoff at this title if you’re familiar with Kaguya-Sama, whether it is the original manga by Aka Akasaka or the stellar anime adaptation from A-1 Pictures. The so-called “Geniuses’ War of Heart and Minds’ is many things, outlandish is foremost in its qualities. The story of Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya, twoContinue reading “Kaguya-Sama: Love is War is the Most Realistic Teenage Drama”

Death Note: A Lesson in Disappointment

Death Note is by almost all accounts fantastic, and a classic. For 25 episodes it presents a dark tale of two masterminds playing the ultimate game of cat and mouse, fighting not just for the lives of thousands, but the very concept of justice. It’s tightly written and plotted, and stands as a premier exampleContinue reading “Death Note: A Lesson in Disappointment”

Introduction to the Otaku Exhibition

If you’re here already, that probably means that you have an interest in anime, games, writing, or most likely all three. That’s great, and it means you’re certainly in the right place. The Otaku Exhibition is a project designed to share analysis and discussion of a lot of things, and geeky passions of mine likeContinue reading “Introduction to the Otaku Exhibition”