Yona of the Dawn is One of the Best Shoujo’s Ever and You Have to Watch it!

Princess Yona lives a life of luxury and ease, completely sheltered from the problems of the seemingly peaceful Kingdom of Kouka; however, the sudden murder of the king and betrayal of her beloved cousin Su-won places Yona’s life in mortal peril. Forced to escape only with Son Hak, who is both her childhood friend and bodyguard, the naΓ―ve princess soon discovers that Kouka is not the idyllic place she envisioned it to be. Poverty, strife, and corruption run rampant, making reclaiming the throne nothing more than a wishful fantasy given the kingdom’s current state.

Based on the popular manga of the same name by Mizuho Kusanagi, Akatsuki no Yona follows Princess Yona on a coming-of-age adventure as she faces the harsh realities of her kingdom. With only a mysterious legend to guide her, Yona must discover a way to restore Kouka to its former glory while being pursued relentlessly by the forces of the new King of Kouka.

from MAL

I got into watching Yona because a dear friend of mine from Twitter/Line called Rosie, who is obsessed with it, told me I just had to watch it. I of course knew about this show’s popularity, but I’m so lazy to watch anything. So I said I wanted her to watch with me which she accepted, and in the space of 2 days I watched 24 episodes.

/wipes sweat

I hadn’t been that into a show in a long while, but this one gripped me by the throat and I couldn’t sleep well until I reached the finish line, tears pouring out of me. But let’s not get ahead of myself, shall we?

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Voez – Taiwan made Rhythm Game without CCG and Idols!

I saw the lovely Iris playing this on twitter for #TCGMusicMonth of That Game Club, and I got curious so I downloaded it from the App Store and off I went ohoho 😼😼

I’m weak to pretty, and this game seriously is pretty. The music is also all over the board, and not just idol-type music. There’s soothing pianos, there’s more eclectic instruments and compositions, from rock to pop to ambient.

I was surprised to see that the makers of this game, Rayark, were the ones that made Deemo (which I haven’t played but heard lots of good about it and will play it, I just…need to clear that backlog ORZ).

The tutorial was pretty short and did its work, tho I still don’t know for sure how to hit those slide notes lmao 😹

Where this game really shines is how pretty the whole thing is. From the UI design, that menu for song selections is so gorgeous, to the game part itself. It’s a total light show, and it moves sideways so you have to keep up with the notes. It’s really pleasant just to watch the notes fall.

One of the most important things, at least to me after going through multiple idol hells, is that there are no characters, no stamina to wait to recover, no card collecting, no idols, it’s just the songs themselves as the focus and center piece. I really like that, feels fresh and just lovely, without stress or pressure, you can’t even game over! πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ
There’s featured songs, that change every day, and for a limited time songs will unlock for us to play without having to pay (tokens, which can be won or bought with $$$). Some only make you need to watch an ad before playing, which I approve off.

If you want a hassle free, really enjoyable and pretty rhythm game without the idol hell and money sucking ways, this is definitely the one for you! πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

Have you heard about this game before? What about Rayark and Deemo? Have you played it, or will you now play that you know about it? Tell me all! πŸ™Œ

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Inaugurating Another Gaming’s Day Twitter

If some of you don’t know, I just used my personal account before, but as I’m falling deeper into fandoms I realize it’s harder to find the things that matter, like my posts and me seeing yours to.

So for that reason, I decided to open up this account exclusive for the blog, it receives the automatic feeds and I’m also there trying to find the people from here on there.

So follow the account Another Gaming Day and it’s not just a bot account receiving feed, sometimes I rt things but only anime/manga related, and I also reply and talk every day there.

If you’re following my personal, I’ll say you can unfollow since it’s become kpop 99% of the time and rt spam haha.

I also did one exclusive for gaming, where I live tweet as I play games (which means spoilers), because it had the same issues as my personal. A lot of otome followed me and I’m not talking about it in there a lot, and my live tweets get buried haha.

If you’re interested, follow Gaming Nessa I tag all the games I’m love tweeting, so that people can mute the tag.

I hope this genuinely helps people get the feed and things they’re interested from me, instead of having to get a mess.

Tell me, do you prefer that I divide like this so it’s easier to get only what’s important? Are you gonna follow any of these? If so, which? Tell me so I can follow back! πŸ‘Œ

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Impressions – Kiss of Revenge

MC wants revenge on the doctor that killed her mother during an operation 12 years ago that was from neglect and, to further rub the salt in the wounds, got shushed and told to the media/general public that it was after the operation. MC knows the truth and she’s out for revenge, she wants to get alone with the director and stab him/kill him, bringing justice to her mother.

Phew, sounds heavy but also like a great hook. This game peeked my interest when i saw what it was about, so I downloaded, installed and played the prologue and the free first chapter of each dude.

The oorning movie was gorgeous and made me super pumped,but the game starts pretty boring. I understand they’re going to build tension, but i also feel like they’re going to sweep it under the rug once she tells in love, and she won’t want revenge anymore.

Considering I want her to actually do it, you know shake it up and let me stab peoppe, i feel a bit letdown. Plus I also didn’t like how pixelated the sprites are, I wonder what year this is from. My tablet is 7″ so this shouldn’t be this horrible, right? @.@↓

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Also, I’d think good for you to have the balls to back it up andput it in motion instead of whining about it and expecting it to happen from the ether. She has spent 12 years cooking this up so she can get closer to the director of the hospital, so she better finally taste that sweet revenge, tho I doubt it.

The guys are all fairly decent and interesting, tho Sezaki is the one I’m most curious about because of his nightmares, sleeping pill usage and his intense dedication to his patients. I’m pretty sure he either knows the truth, or experienced/saw MC’s mother’s dead, or something similar.

Has this game made me curious enough to actually pay? No.

I feel like that was one of the most lukewarm prologues I’ve experienced considering the set up. I know, i know. It’s an otome mobile game, but there’s some that super hook you in from the get go. This has a super interesting premise without the payback.

Now this is what I feel after playing the prologue and chapter 1, if you’ve played it further than I have I’m curious what your opinion is. Is it good? Is it bad? Did it disappoint you? I wanna know! αƒš(Μβ—‰β—žΰ±ͺβ—Ÿβ—‰β€΅αƒš)

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