When you were still a child, you might of had a particular career aspiration that was constantly running through your mind as something that you’d hope to be doing in the future. Probably one that immediately comes to mind for a lot of people today is being involved in making video games. Upon graduating High School, Aoba Suzukaze lands a […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: New Game!"
As much as I love action and shooting games (especially Splatoon), puzzle-based adventures have seemed to be the kind of games that I’ve been drawn towards lately. One of those titles that I’ve gotten around to playing is Catherine. Usually when I play any video game, I’m instantly able to draw similarities between the current game […]Read more "Inkling Video Game Review: Catherine"
Whenever you think about all the groundbreaking and seminal works of film to have ever graced the screen that center around War, there are so many movies that immediately spring to mind. Some noteworthy examples include, Apocalypse Now, Platoon, and Saving Private Ryan. For today’s movie review, I’ll be talking about a film by Stanley […]Read more "| Inkling Movie Review | Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb |"
Hi everyone! Recently I got nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by Matthew over at Matt-in-the-Hat. Make sure to go check out his wonderful blog everybody! Matt shares and discusses about anime, bible verses, gaming, and manga. Thanks again. ^-^ Rules: Display the award. Thank the person who gave this award (and include a link to their blog.) Share seven […]Read more "Versatile Blogger Award *Anime Edition*"
Throughout the years of binging on anime, I’ve watched some pretty zany shows and OVA (original video animation) features. Despite the oddities that they present by subtly straying from conventions or even going completely left field in some cases, I’m somehow drawn and fixated to these kind of works. In terms of overall presentation, Dead Leaves feels very […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Dead Leaves"
Every now and then, I come across a movie that leaves my brain in knots many days after watching. This is a state that brings me both rapture and turmoil since it is a feeling that I rarely get from films. Persona by Ingmar Bergman, came out in 1966 and is a complex drama that obscures the line of fantasy […]Read more "Inkling Movie Review: Persona"
What thoughts would be running through your mind if you were given future messages from yourself 10 years from now stating that you could alter some events that could ultimately save someone’s life? Naho finds herself in this odd predicament when she receives a letter from her future-self 10 years from now that earnestly persuades her to do certain actions […]Read more "Inkling Anime Review: Orange"