Reviews

Nisekoi: (Nisekoi Season 2) Review

  Some point last year I was told about the romantic comedy Nisekoi. I added it to my backlog like I would with any anime but then I learned it was getting a second season that would air in the spring 2015 anime season. I decided to quickly watch it (and

Grisaia no Rakuen (Le Eden de la Grisaia) (Anime) Review

This review will make reference to the Grisaia no Meikyuu special. If you did not watch that (or want to read my review of that before this) here you go: http://blazekick.com/grisaia-no-meikyuu-le-labyrinthe-de-la-grisaia-anime-review/. Story:   The story picks up exactly where Meikyuu left off. It leaves me wondering why they didn’t just make

Halo 3: ODST Review

Halo is a series I hold close to my heart, as it’s the game that first got me into the mantle of being a more prominent gamer. I’ve stuck with Bungie from the beginning of this franchise and even went to their roots and played the Marathon games. When the

The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Review

As I’m working on my summer anime schedule (yes I work really far ahead!) I noticed I had two shows in my backlog that had second seasons airing this upcoming season. I decided to put up a poll on the Blazekick, and my own, Twitter pages to see which people

Nisekoi: False Love Review

Picture this: you’re a normal high school boy, son of a yakuza boss, when one day you’re forced to date a girl you hate, later finding out you have a fiance (who is probably the closest thing I’ve seen to a yandere in a comedy) all while trying to find

Koufuku Graffiti (Gourmet Girl Graffiti) Review

I like food. I can’t cook very well and usually go for taste over looks as no one I cook for really cares about appearance in their food. Sometimes I like seeing what people who can cook make though, and while I do sometimes watch cooking competitions and the like

Little Busters! (Anime) Review

Earlier this year I did a series of editorials ranking my favourite Key heroines all the way from 40-1. If you have read through at least the Top 10, you’ll know Rin Natsume, main heroine of Little Busters!, came out as number 1 so I thought it was a good

Wreck-It Ralph – Review

  Movie Synopsis  The gamer’s dream turned movie hit the cinemas in 2012. Set in a retro-style arcade, we see the gaming world through the eyes of the villain, known as Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly). Ralph doesn’t feel appreciated in his game, and sets out to be a hero in