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Saku's Thoughts

Random rambling about things that I am passionate about

Thoughts on Sword Art Online: Lost Song

I recently purchased Playstation 4 (PS4) since there are quite a few jRPGs coming in this 2016 or was already released late last year. First game I bought was Sword Art Online: Lost Song.

Don’t get me wrong, as much as I enjoy Sword Art Online (SAO) franchises in general, my expectation was very low story wise. Not to mention, I played Sword Art Online Hollow Fragment on PS Vita but couldn’t get into it further after floor 80. I got bored with it even though I did enjoy the random side stories/skits with other main characters.

How was SAO: Lost Song?

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Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm

Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm (蒼の彼方のフォーリズム) is also known as Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue or just Aokana. This anime series of 12-episode long is based on an adult visual novel developed by Sprite and was released back on November 28, 2014, for Windows. In addition, a manga adaption has started running on Monthly Ace Magazine since October 2015 and there’s also an upcoming release of the visual novel for PlayStation Vita.

Sprite itself is relatively unknown (at least to me) as there’s not much information on the internet of their other visual novel releases except Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate (Source: VN DB)

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Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi

Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi (僕だけがいない街) is also known as Erased and is based on a manga with the same title serialized on Young Ace by Kei Sanbe (story and art). It’s been running since 2012 and it appears that the series ending this March 2016. It makes sense for the anime series to start running on this winter 2016.

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Another cosplayer that I recently followed on facebook – Luvnatsu Cosplay. Check out her Facebook page and you won’t regret it. She did some amazing cosplays I’ve ever seen.

Saku’s Thoughts Has Been Revived

After four months of downtime, I finally revived my blog – Saku’s Thoughts (saku.to). Setting up a self-hosted WordPress site took a lot of effort in term of site maintenance. Since I just wanted to blog without having to worry about upgrades and plugins, I switched from self hosted WordPress.org to WordPress.com.

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Akame ga Kill!

Background

In a fantasy world, everyone’s dream is to go to imperial capital, be well-known, work their way up in the ranks and make a lots of money. From the outside, imperial capital looks like a peaceful place, however, darkness is hidden within the city where corruption by government officials running rampant. Prime minister, who indirectly rules the capital  behind a king who’s just a little kid, lead and is the source of all bad things happening in imperial capital.

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Rail Wars!

Background

Rail wars takes place in modern Japan where all rail ways are managed by a government body called Japan National Railway or it’s more well-known as JNR instead of being privatized.

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Sailor Moon Crystal

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Background

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Glasslip

Background

Glasslip takes place in a small town in Fukui Prefecture surrounded by mountains and sea.

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Story

Main heroine of Glasslip is a 3rd year highschool girl named Touko Fukami. Her family runs a glass-working family business and Touko’s dream is to become a glass artisan. Touko usually hangs out with her four best friends,Yukinari Imi, Sachi Nagamiya, HIro Shirosaki and Yanagi Takayama at a café named Kazemichi who’s owned by Hiro’s grandfather and it’s also where they work part-time as a waiter or a waitress.

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Tokyo Ghoul

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Background

Tokyo Ghoul is set in a fictional city of Tokyo which is haunted by mysterious ghouls who, in order to survive, are devouring humans. Normal ghouls need just one human flesh to survive for thirty days.

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