RWBY is Rooster Teeth’s latest venture in Internet entertainment domination but it has had some mixed feedback. The positive are that the action is phenomenal. After all it is Monty Oum’s production but anime critics have torn RWBY to shreds regarding animation, storyline and every thing that isn’t the combat. Checking the site and twitter yesterday I was surprised to see that they released a new action figure featuring the titular character.
Anime is not stranger to the concept of Love. Every male main character has a childhood friend just dying to get in his pants. But out of all the anime I have seen, there isn’t a greater love story than a man and his machine. Love Hina may be most popular harem next to Tenchi Muyo but I think Chobits has the most heart.
People who have watched Space Dandy may have already caught onto the really catchy opening song that introduces each episode. That song is called “Viva Namida” by multi-talented musician Yasuyuki Okamura. Continue reading
With Valentine’s day on the Horizon, I thought I talk about my experience of Love in Video Games. It is not new for games to have a romantic sub plot or if they are feeling especially brave, to base their whole mechanic around falling in love. It doesn’t matter if its fantasy worlds on a quest to slay evil or inter galactic politics, video games still have time to play match maker with our characters and a limited number of NPCs. Tifa Lockheart, Alyx Vance or Samus Aran are to name a few famous gamer sweet hearts but I’m here to talk about an unorthodox flame.