Bladedance is what Kanojo ga Flag wo Oreretara tried to become at the end. A fantasy harem anime about groups of powerful fighters. In this world, pure women have the ability to form contracts with elemental spirits, gaining power based off of the spirit they bond with. This is virtually always the case… history has only shown a rare handful of men with this gift, the last such led to catastrophe as this male individual became known as the Demon King and attempted to dominate and destroy the world. As our story begins, we are introduced to our main character who just happens to be a rare, ill-omened male Elementaler.
Hallowe’en, as I’m sure you all know, is this Friday and that means horror. In this case, we have a variety of games, anime, and even a surprise to terrify you this week.
This is a bit late, but we’re less than a week away from the Central Canada Comic Convention (C4 for short). Taking place at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg, starting on Hallowe’en and continuing until Sunday, it is one of the major Winnipeg conventions I like to attend each year.
The more I heard about Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, the more conflicted I was about it. On the one hand, the game mechanics looked utterly brilliant. They showcased some incredibly creative ideas in preview footage, really unique concepts, and some exciting and varied combat. On the other hand… we have the story, which has just left me more and more worried with every word I read… but you can never be sure until you actually experience a game how it’s going to be. Were my predictions correct? Was I way off the mark?
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.