Dark, Emotions, Freestyle, Poetry, Video Games, Writing

The Last of Us, Together

Through seasons present and past, I walk on, gripping your hand The two of us, Surviving together

Animals, Blogging, Books, Entertainment, Manga, Reviews

‘The Fox & Little Tanuki’ Volume 1 Review

'The Fox & Little Tanuki' is a great manga that most genre fans will love for its many strong points.

Blogging, Books, Graphic Novel, LGBTQ, Love, Reviews

‘Bingo Love’ Review

Aside from a couple small nitpicks, 'Bingo Love' is a gorgeous, powerful, inspiring, and wonderfully told story of true love. It also features a diverse, unique, and interesting cast that readers are sure to root for and fall for. So, if you’re looking for a short, sweet, adorable, heartwarming, and inclusive romance, this is the book for you!

Blogging, CIB Sunday, Nintendo, Nintendo 3DS, Video Games

CIB Sunday #18 – ‘Pokemon Moon’

It isn't the most recent release from the series, but 'Pokemon Moon' is the newest game I've played to date. After all these years and multiple games, you may wonder if their quality has decreased somewhat. However, I think 'Moon' still retains the magic and fun of the original 'Pokemon' video games, while introducing fresh mechanics and putting its own unique spin on the usual journey. Somehow, each 'Pokemon' title manages to be just as engrossing and interesting as the last, even after so many different games. Today, I'm going to go over what I loved about my experience with 'Pokemon Moon.'

Blogging, CIB Sunday, Dark, Honor, PlayStation, Video Games

CIB Sunday #16 – ‘The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan’

'Man of Medan' is the first entry in 'The Dark Pictures Anthology' series, a saga of horrifying, stand-alone tales. It was developed by Supermassive Games, the studio behind the smash-hit 'Until Dawn.' I played 'Until Dawn' when it first came out and absolutely loved the game. So, of course, I was very excited to see what the developers had in store next. But, does 'Man of Medan' live up to the legacy of Supermassive Games' past hit? I certainly believe so, and there are a few key reasons why.