Hey there! Back here on random recommendations, a weekly series where I post about various things I highly suggest you check out. Last week was just a couple anime series, but this week it’s video games! The list could go on and on but I guess the best place to start would be some of my favorites
1.) Okami, Rated T. For the Wii
First of all, this is seriously my favorite game ever in terms of graphics, I love them so much. Okami is a game for the wii about the journey of a wolf sun goddess, Amaterasu, who is brought back to save Nippon. I myself have yet to finish this, and luckily I don’t think I’m halfway (I’m at the part where in stuck inside that water dragon) and haven’t had the opportunity to play since we moved a few months ago and packed away our Wii. Okami is probably the only game I play on the Wii nowadays.
Anyway what I love SO SO SO SO SO much about Okami is it’s stunning graphics! I love that Japanese ink style graphics it contains and the music is beautiful as well! The story is great, the landscape is great (an older Japan), the characters are great, and everything about it is great! This is most likely the highest recommended game on my list. If you haven’t played this yet I highly recommend that you do. I love this game so so much.
HAHA! Okay, so I’ve noticed I’ve been pretty lax about my amount of posting recently…so I decided to start something that would be a weekly thing to keep me on track. So thats how this “Random Recommendations” was born! It’s basically just me saying which anime you should, if you haven’t already, be watching. Let’s begin!
Attack on Titan
Okay, this one’s a bit of a no-brainer. I myself watched Attack on Titan whilst it was still airing (which was terrible due to all the “cliff-hangers” and sudden endings) and currently the ending of the first season is still bugging me, and we won’t be seeing a second season for a while. Honestly if you haven’t seen this already…where have you been? Attack on Titan just about took the world by storm with it’s crazy action scenes and dystopian setting. Although Attack on Titan was good, but definitely not perfect, it still forged its name in “anime history”.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Just going to say this right now, the finale was awesome. If you haven’t seen Rebellion yet, you really have to cause it was really amazing. But of course if you haven’t seen the actual series yet (gasp!!) then leave, right now, click on this and start watching cause I won’t be talking to you until you do. Listen to me when I say this, Madoka is certainly not your orthodox mahou shoujo anime. In fact, it’s the complete opposite. I love how at first things are really slow, and happy, and all rainbows and unicorns. But once you get to about episode 3, things change…a lot.