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The comparison is not as farfetched as it sounds. Sword Art Online and Accel World share the same author, Reki Kawahara, and they’re both about virtual-reality MMOs. That’s where most of the similarity ends, though, and why I’m liking one … Continue reading
This just in: /tg/ is actually making a homebrew enjo kousai RPG. Only a basic structure has materialized so far, but the concept and mechanics interest me greatly. I’m not too aware of enjo kousai, having only heard or seen … Continue reading
[source] Lately, I’ve been spending the past few weeks staying up late because of Magical Burst. It’s an indie tabletop RPG by the translator of Maid RPG, and it’s been loads of fun–playing magical girl pretend was never so good!
I wasn’t really sold on Mazinkaiser SKL until the titular mech received a gouged eye from a beating. I always found the original Mazinkaiser to be boring, because it was too invincible for its own good–in fact, the Mazinkaiser movie … Continue reading
I was reading up on W40k fluff and Orks. Being bred to be the ultimate fighting race, there’s the biological explanation on why Orks are so ubiquitous (they reproduce asexually by scattering spores on the ground, which later turn into … Continue reading
One nifty thing that Mazinkaiser SKL does that amuses me is the special use of the venerable rocket punch, which is fired to retrieve a fallen weapon to free itself from bindings.
When the English translation for Recettear was announced, I found myself liking the game in a heartbeat, before ever having played it. The reason for this was because I had played this type of game before. Ragnarok Online has a … Continue reading
Being a longtime RO player, I have always liked the game’s sprite art. A large part of its charm is in its cute anime look, and countless headgear you could equip. And that’s all achieved by sprites. However, the art … Continue reading
Aside from crappy Korean grindfests that haven’t aged well, I dedicate a portion of my free time to playing Fallout: New Vegas. It’s a nice game, and a step up from Fallout 3.