March has been totally insane! I don't even know where it went...
I hit in the 5-hour mark in Tales of Vesperia and decided to write up my current thoughts before moving on. I'm not sure how frequent they'll be, but it'll be fun watching the rankings change!
February's update brings work changes, personal life updates, book reviews and the addition of games. Plus a sneak peak at a plan I have.
There's more amazing posts for you to read this week. This week contains a post talking about the women in Log Horizon, an in-depth look at a scene from Ergo Proxy, a review of Code Realize, a personal post about living in Nagoya, thoughts on purchasing physical copies of anime, and a post on clickbait titles.
Part 3 of 3 - We try to identify strengths and weaknesses in the story of this game; aiming to understand how and why the characters are treated as they are over the course of the story.
Part 2 of 3 - In this post Rise of the Tomb Raider is subjected to three feminism tests. Surely with a female protagonist at the helm it'll be easy to pass the game?
Part 1 of 3 - We take a look at how Rise of the Tomb Raider has decided to split the genders of their characters, portray their characters, and how they chose to design them.