How I rate Anime

Ratings. The first thing on my mind when I see this word in the context of anime is myanimelist. This is probably because that’s the only place where I actually rate anime. And really it’s the only place where I’m looking at anime ratings. At times they are one of the factors I use to determine if an anime is worth watching. Sure enough, they can be too high or too low, depending on the show, but they sort of give the general idea of how good the series is. In most cases at least. At first I decided not to rate each anime I watch, because I thought I will too often think about the score I would give. I thought I will give it too much importance. Later on I changed my mind and realized that rating shows really isn’t that deep. There is really no need to Continue reading…

I was at a gaming fair

Reboot InfoGamer, held in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is “one of the biggest games shows in the world”, according to their official website. And my university was kind enough to take care of the transport and ticket costs for our one day visit. I was looking forward to this day a lot because I’ve seen Bandai Namco would be featured. This gave me some hope that they will present Jump Force. It turns out my hopes were actually fulfilled. Trying out Jump Force Since it was announced that the Hunter x Hunter characters Gon and Hisoka will feature in this game, I knew I wanted to buy it. And when they announced Kurapika will also be one of the playable characters, it’s fair to say my hype levels were quite high. Seeing I could actually try this game out made me so happy. Unfortunately, the version I could play Continue reading…