Weekly Recommendations – Performance Piece

Hello! It’s another Monday, and that means it’s time to give you some good recommendations for what to spend your time on this week. This week’s theme will be ‘performances’ – specifically games, anime, and books that either feature on-stage performances or that are about performers of some variety.

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Persona 4: The Golden: The Animation: The Review

Persona 4 came out years ago on the Playstation 2. A few years later they released a remake of it on the Vita known as Persona 4: The Golden with some additional story content, and it was incredible. They then made an anime series based off the original known as Persona 4: The Animation. Now, they have created Persona 4: The Golden: The Animation. And, in response, I am creating… Persona 4: The Golden: The Animation: The Review.

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Akame ga Kill – Kill the Capital

Tatsumi is a naïve country boy, trained by a former captain of the Capital’s army in the ways of the sword, who has come to the Capital to find fame and fortune to save his village from starvation at the hands of overtaxation. Idealistic and eager to prove himself, he slays a giant monster that is attacking a wagon travelling on the main road… upon revealing his intentions, a cloud falls upon the guard of the wagon’s face and they attempt to warn Tatsumi, but their warnings fall on deaf ears…

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Weekly Recommendations – Summer 2014 Releases

This summer saw a few good games and a lot of good anime… so I’d like to share with you a few recommendations from this past summer if you missed them or just want to relive some of the glory of the 2014 summer.

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Locodol – Sung From the Heart

Nagarekawa: a quiet, peaceful country town in Japan. Not famous for anything in particular, the town struggles to attract tourists… this is where Kohinata Yukari and Usami Nanya, sorry, Nanako come in. You see, they have been chosen by Oota Mitsugu, Nanako’s uncle who is on the city council, to become Nagarekawa’s local idols – or locodols - the Nagarekawa Girls.

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