OkazukiIchigo (Level 11)

morbidly enjoys Asian dramas. Good or Bad, otherwise
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Wow! Something tells me that I have seen these before.

If you are interested, it costs 525 yen(like 5 bucks) and 3150yen for the whole set.
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And boy! Just what you expect.

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As a part of Anime Fandom, shoujo are most likely to appear in their interests. This sort of fandom which also called "fan delusions" delegates from sorts of irony to enjoyment that the series offer. It has well been criticize for its form of depiction, to the wondrous Tenzuaka on having the same gender. The context of that is somewhat a depiction of sexism involvement, on which Japanese culture was contrive in. Though many people have been enjoying these representations of this unique concept, one might wonder or question how is this easily entertaining and less likely to be offended to other audiences? These elements that is derived into the shoujo genre can be even confusing to understand despite having the entire culture of being its own confusing right.

Many people often seen, otaku as freaks and socially awkward. Due to shoujo, seeing a person fit his interest to "having a shrine dedicated to that specific character" is really awkward at its own right. Not that I disdain that sort of fandom, but ridiculous concepts like marrying a fictional character to others makes the sole purpose on having that evidence. It's the part of Anime Fandom that I hate. There are many grudges that I hate in Anime Fandom, honestly. Like One True Pairing, not only that Japanese culture tried to promote it through its context of their anime but having that inconsistently talked about is getting ridiculous. Its one of my secret grudges that I don't understand is this concept that was derived in Japanese Culture and a lot of people are easily offended like "passing the bill for same sex marriage." This is quite purely the case that I hate this Fandom because of seeing these shows and somewhat getting inspired or agreed on this.

Fan art, fan fiction to other pieces of Anime Fandom is alright. It's this degree on describing the Otaku behavior, you have. Heck Doujinshi is fairly awesome to represent how true, you are in craving Anime. Hopefully if you ever wanted both Yoko and Revvy in a doujinshi, well that's my dream yet to come! There are setting concepts of fan delusions that persists in Hentai. It's every men/otaku's dream to have Yaoi/Yuri explicit material or any other concepts that generally represents how cruel, corny to entertaining that genre is.

But all in all, generally speaking. One of the horrid parts of Fan Delusions is live-action role-playing or having the sense that "you would look good with anime eyes." The whole representation of Anime eyes is quite ridiculous as this doesn't portray emotion. But the over-exaggeration of melodramatic emotion. It's directly the opposite that, big eyes portray
Oh Good! Now, I'm definitely going to have a nightmare about this.
Oh Good! Now, I'm definitely going to have a nightmare about this.
emotion.  It's even disturbing yet creepy, to see a photo-shop of "a real person" that was implemented "Anime eyes".  Live-action role-playing of your fetishism of Anime is alright, it's enthusiastic to see Otakus, acting like they are Japanese or "pretending to be Japanese". Making social interactions more lively as well as enjoyable.

Japanese culture is quite confusing to understand too. I indulged, an article from Sankaku Complex that you generally see, women exposing all their glory as they roamed the streets of Japan. Having enjoying it as nudists and getting raped.

No, fans does not expect more from the creators. Why? Because the creators have enough content in their material that it would be ridiculous if its more Fan service than already imagined. Fan Fiction has created a effort in which that form of genre is involved but its too much to delegate from it. Bisco to other certain authors, already created parody-related Tenzuaka like Ouran Host Club. Representing the overexagerration of shoujo romance through the entirely to thoroughly is a fan fiction of Tenzuaka itself.  Yet again, there are plenty of Fan service already that "having more" is generally nonsensical at this point.

Fans owe the creators much more RESPECT than possibly imagined. It's neither unfair to fair that creators deserve that sort of treatment because they are delivering much of the content you might been hoping for.


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I was quite pessimistic about the Shin Megami Tensei games. Ever since watching gameplay videos to impressions, I feel withdrawn out of the series due to the Shuffle minigame, the day/night cycle and Social Links(which I assumed is like a Dating Sim). Persona 3 is one of the first suspects that introduced me into the Shin Megami Tensei game. Besides the faults that I hate, I really enjoyed watching those gameplay videos where there is a cast of characters that talk in the game, making it enjoyable as it is for a Role-playing Game. The sense of a dating sim that is implemented in these Persona games are pretty neat too, as you can select your preferred girlfriend. The obstacles that you faced in those games, living a ordinary life as a high-school student but becoming a hero in the other world, sounds appealing.
I know how you feel..Haru... I mean Minato. Due to the lack of images.
I know how you feel..Haru... I mean Minato. Due to the lack of images.

One of the aspects that I also adore in these Shin Megami Tensei games , is the soundtrack. It features great J-PoP/Rock music during your adventures and its quite addicting as well. Provided by Shoji Meguro in Persona 4, I really crave the up-beat rhythm music that the game persists, especially when it sung in English on J-Pop. The openings of Persona 4 is the evidence for that. As it consists of the cast of characters, you will encounter through the game, the town of Inaba which has a "bewildering fog" and the other dimension in which you enter through the TV through Junes.

As the game boots up and entering my name as "Kenji Satou". Ignor whom was persists in the previous installments as well as Margert explains to me about the challenges that I will faced through the course of the storyline. It then flashes to an anime sequence where Kenji is leaving his hometown to the rural countryside of Inaba. The impression that I saw in the opening made me want to go to Japan but as evidence to the last blog that I posted recently, I have second thoughts of it..sadly

Anyways, Kenji arrives to the town of Inaba where he was met by his uncle/cousin, Dojima and his daughter Nanako. Where he is staying at his place for about a year and the trials and tribulations that he will face here. It's quite fun to have a prolonged sequence of dialogue /w voice acting and seeing how awesome the Atlus guys did to localized it. Upon welcoming Kenji to their new home as well as having a dream sequence of the fighting mechanic. Kenji was introduced to Yasogami High School where he met Chie Satonaka, a kung-fun fanatic, Yosuke Hanamura, a clumsy yet hilarious dude and Yukiko Amagi, shy yet popular girl at this school. After brief introductions were made by Kanji from Rappiest, McRappier, a murder investigation which
Everyday's Great at your Ju-Nes!
Everyday's Great at your Ju-Nes!
Yamato(the announcer) was murdered and then Saki Konshi. Kenji, Chie and Yosuke took action finding who is all behind this, ending up in the TV dimensional world with our buddy, Teddie. In the television at Junes where no-one could afford a Flat-screen Television due to this being a PS2 game. Facing obstacles like Yosuke's shadow form to introducing Kenji's PERSONA!, Izumangi as well as Yosuke's PERSONA! Jiraya(no! not that one). After that, as everyone wonders where is Yukiko and destined to save her as evidence by an anime sequence. Wanting to "score a hot stud" and wanting to take the pants off so that he could go inside to do business with her.

Upon entering Yukiko's castle, featuring a new bond with Yosuke and now Chie as "they will take a mortal blow to you" as well as Ignor and Margert explaining how the fuse Personas which I still have the difficulty on doing so. Purchasing a Chain mail for Kenji and now can explore freely through the town of Inaba. He went to the North Shopping District and ate at the Chinese restaurant, increasing his Courage. Within each day, he was introduced by new concepts such as working "a part-time job" and after-school activities as well as increasing his traits through the lectures that he has, with Chie and Yosuke taking advantage of him with the correct answer. When the after school bell rang, he was met by a Quiz/Riddle Dude which gave him some potions for answering the correct answer. He explores this school, having some interaction with students to granting him to be a part of a basketball team and then a drama club. It was awe-inspiring from what Sunohara and Tomoya did before. Knowing that his weakness is that of the Social Links' aspects. Then, Kenji decided that he wants to become a day-care attendant because of how much it was paying.
Kenji showing his "feminine" side.
Kenji showing his "feminine" side.

As of right now, three hours into Persona. Upon beating "Shadow" Chie and now doing the Social Links with joining the basketball and drama club. It feels quite complicated to me to progress more due to that damned Yukiko Castle and getting "pressure" each day. It's that type of pressure that I usually have when I play "Dating Sims" and getting stressed out about the time system and how to manage my character's trait everyday. The one possible thing that I did is upping my Knowledge and Courage to Informer/Reliable and having some level ups for my Social Links. Everyday as I was pressure by both Yusuke and Chie about rescuing Yukiko. I went there and have my ass kicked by those enemies, seeing how I'm still at a low level and haven't gotten much Personas yet. Due to that damned Shuffle minigame in which I really suck it.


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Either making us laugh or feel disgusted at their articles. Now you know that their specialty is making you have a eroge/jerk off to their enormous galleries of naked women to disgusting random pictures. I have known this from experience and the way the
My reaction and spoiled life ruined!
My reaction and spoiled life ruined!
comment section is filled up with perverts, its now become a real joke instead of loving that site. The real culprit on this case on making me avoiding too much "exposure" to that site is THIS.

Codenamed 露出狂(Exposure Madness). As an army of attracted/unattractive girls send to the streets of Japan to expose "all their glory" of being feminine. Embarrassing as it may be or really messed up, these young ladys are having a "good time" with posing themselves nude and loving it. This exposure can led to perverts, ending up raping them as evidence by the later photos. The funny part is that the people there isn't surprised at this "nudity" and seems to yet promote "HENTAI" and increase sexism. At any time in which given moment they posed nude, anywhere someone is there to see their glory and they don't mind at all. Just to please the fans.

Is it all arousing? No! I feel quite sorry for the people there in Japan and feel more sorry for those sick perverts. Showing no modestry as they show their asses/boobs in the public and the reaction to the public is yet amusing. It's shocking yes, it looks like Japan is endorsing it like no-one got arrested after, for either rapping, revealing femininally or especially "disturbing the public". As amused by the comment section of how disgusting they can to "NOT" shave off "you know what". It's really really disgusting to even share to you guys, seeing those disturbing and ugly images that I will regret it again.

There are plenty more when that came from but now I spoiled myself entirely...


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