A Lot of Games That Have to Do With the Past!
By: Head Writer – Justin Tafoya
Monday, Mar. 27th –
Hello again, Giga-Friends! I hope you’re doing well today! Much better than me at least! Since I work in tech support that deals with hearing devices for old people, I tend get a lot of near-deaf customers and that means I need to shout a lot. . . I hope I don’t lose my voice. Not that that will do much about how much I type at other people!
Anyway, since I’ve beaten Tales of Berseria, I’ve been occupying my time with some other games that I need to catch up on. That being said, I jumped back in to Sengoku Basra 4: Sumeragi for some reason and have been playing on my off time whenever I get the chance. I genuinely liked a lot of the characters and stories that went with the game. Preferring to shy away from the actual Sengoku Era history, it’s gone into its own realm of possibilities and really plays to a lot of the characters’ strengths. All that aside, it’s just really fun to wreck entire armies by yourself and great stress relief! Maybe I’ll eventually buy the Yukimura-den game when I can figure a way to give Capcom less money!
Other than that, I’ve jumped back in to Bloodborne in an attempt to catch up on the Dark Souls series! I love the aesthetic of the game and it definitely gives a creepy Victorian-era vibe when I play. Hell, I get so scared that I slowly walk around every corner I’ve never turned because I’m sure a damn werewolf will jump out at me at any second! It’s been a while since I’ve played a Souls game, so I need to learn how to “git gud” again. . . Maybe one day, I’ll really be “gud” enough to beat the game. . .
NOW ON TO ANIME!
KonoSuba was only ten episodes, again. Travesty of the year. Who do I need to force to commit seppukku to make sure this never happens again!?
The only things left to finish this season are Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon, Sousei no Onmyouji, and Little Witch Academia which is going to be finishing next season. I generally liked the first and last of those three shows, and definitely wish Kobayashi could keep going. While it’s not quite as cute as Sweetness and Lightning, it’s definitely up there and makes me feel these fuzzy things inside my chest. I think women call them “feelings”, but that can’t be right. On the other hand, for as serious as the show isn’t, the animation is really damn good for some reason! I highly recommend checking the show out if you like comedy or slice-of-life. WE MUST PROTECT THE SMOL DRAGON! Kanna is absolutely adorable and must be admired by all!
Anyway, that’s it for me today, Giga-Friends! I hope you have a great Monday and an even better week! -J.R