Yandere Simulator

How in the world did I come across this game? Watching random YouTube videos? Taking too many “Which -dere are you?” tests? Well, however it happened, I can’t deny the fact that I love it.


Yandere Simulator is a RPG in which the players assumes the role of Ayano Aishi, more commonly known as Yandere-chan. Yandere-chan is in love with “Senpai” and has to eliminate her rivals in love using any of the optional methods. The game hasn’t been finished yet, and there are many rumors going around about its release date (I’ve been hearing 2019 a lot.)

Yandere Simulator

I’ve been following Yandere Dev’s YouTube account for a few months and it’s really fascinating to see all the things he’s implemented since it first began development. It makes me really want to learn how to code!

In his most recent video, he said something about the 10 rivals that will be featured in the final game. My guess is that the Student Council President, the one that knows that Ayano is a Yandere, is gonna be the final boss. Though it would be cool if Info-chan turned out to like Senpai too and then you had to fight her.


The easter eggs are really cool too (Ebola-chan and Bad Time mode are my favorites)! I really love everything about the game and look forward to the final release date. I will continue following the development of Yandere Simulator.



To be honest, I’ve never played this game for myself. I only watch other people’s play-throughs because they’re probably way better than I’d be! I originally just dismissed Undertale as boring after watching the first episode on DanAndPhilGAMES, but after seeing all the references in Yandere Simulator I decided to give it another try. Right when Sans came in I was instantly hooked. He just seemed like such a great character! I will admit, I do have my share of Sans fanart on my phone now.


Sorry this was so short! Look forward to an upcoming Yandere Simulator post!

What Should I Watch Next? V2

This time, I have five different shows that I want to watch, but I’d rather take them one at a time. My options are:


1. Another

I’ve discovered that I enjoy horror anime (ex. Tokyo Ghoul, Mirai Nikki) and I’ve head that Another is one of the best horror shows out there. There’s also a lot of scenes in Another that are shown in various anime cracks, and I think I’d enjoy the videos more if I knew what was happening in the original. It’s only 12 episodes, so it shouldn’t take more than a week to watch.


2. Haikyuu!

I started watching Haikyuu! months ago but had to put it on hold because I didn’t have access to it anymore. The few episodes I was able to watch were very entertaining, so I am perfectly willing to pick it back up. The only problem is that it’s a little long (25 episodes) and might take a while to complete.

Yowamushi Pedal paint

3. Yowamushi Pedal

The main reason I want to watch Yowamushi Pedal is because it’s a sports anime and the main character is an otaku. It’s the longest series of them all (38 episodes), not to mention there’s a lot of seasons, but I lasted through all of Kuroko no Basket (which adds up to almost 100 episodes -_-) so I could manage.

Diabolik Lovers

4. Diabolik Lovers

This show gets a lot of hate, and I can understand why. However, I watched the first episode of More, Blood and enjoyed it, probably due to the art style. I also have a friend who likes Diabolik Lovers and it keeps with the reverse harem theme that I’ve been going through.

Noragami Aragoto

5. Noragami Aragoto

I’ve seen the first season of Noragami (which was awesome) and I still haven’t got around to watching the second. It totally looks good, and it got good reviews. Okay, now time to vote!


Uta no☆Prince-sama♪

It took a while, but I finally finished all three seasons! Overall, I’d say 8/10. I came for the pretty boys and stayed for their music.


Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ is a reverse harem anime in which all the boys are singers and the girl is the composer. They’re all enrolled in Saotome Academy, a school where students learn how to become idols or composers. Of course all the boys fall in love with her, despite romance being banned in the school. Unable to choose which boy to compose for, our main character decides that they should become a boy band and combine their voices. Thus creates STARISH, a name created from each of their initials.


I have to say, the first season was the best, the second was pretty good, and they were both much better than the third. Maji Love Revolutions got a little slow after the first episode, going through each member of QUARTET NIGHT hanging out with Haruka just like they had with STARISH in the first season. The Cross-Unit project also wasn’t all that exciting since every pairing was fairly repetitive. But, on the positive side, the songs that STARISH sang were great! I listened to Maji Love 1000% on loop over 108 times. Maji Love 2000% was equally as good, but I didn’t try learning the dance to that one. I liked the Maji Love Revolutions song too, though I understand everyone that was upset by the MMDs.


At the end of the third season, when the crowd was chanting for either QUARTET NIGHT, STARISH, or HEAVENS, I was yelling for HEAVENS. I think their song was pretty catchy and they made the second season pretty entertaining. I look forward to season four!


Okay, now some time to reflect on the characters. First up, the main character, Haruka Nanami. I entirely agree with everyone that says her eyes are creepy. Her eyes are yellow/orange and the pupils are green. It’s so unnatural even for an anime character. And, since she was the center of the harem, I naturally loathed her. I’d prefer if her best friend, Tomochika, was the center since she had a much better personality than Haruka.


My favorite member of STARISH was Otoya Ittoki because (1) I love red hair and (2) he had a really nice personality. Other than him, Shou Kurusu was pretty cute and Tokiya was good to look at, I suppose. The rest (Ren, Natsuki, Masato, and Cecil) were all really elegantly animated and the majority of the show was HD (without going into these lazy animations too often).


Sadly, QUARTET NIGHT’s songs weren’t as good as STARISH’s song (but I guess they’re not supposed to be). The only member that I liked was Ai Mikaze (Imagine my surprise when they revealed he was a robot!). Camus and Ranmaru weren’t all that likable and Reiji was a little strange to me.

Ringo Tsukimiya x Ryuuya Hyuuga


I really liked Ringo Tsukimiya as a character. It’s nice to see some LGBT in anime ^^ . The ship of him and Ryuuya was pretty fitting since they’re always together. Lastly, the headmaster, Shining Saotome, was kind of annoying, especially because he kept shooting down STARISH.

Well, that’s all I have to say about this show! I’m not sure what to watch next, so I’m taking request and I may do a poll.



100+ Followers!!!

Thank you all so much for 100 followers!

(102 to be exact)

It’s been my goal since I started this blog and, after two years of posting, I’ve made it!

Twirling anime girl gif

I just looked back to my first post and I can see that I’ve come a long way. I was obsessed with Minecraft and Star Wars back then (though I still play Minecraft daily), followed by my Harry Potter phase, then Artemis Fowl, after that came Sherlock, and then Anime took over my life. I’ve notice that I’ve posted a whole lot more since I got into anime, with only 53 posts in 2014 and 2015 combined, yet 114 in 2016 and the year hasn’t ended! My views also went way up this year. It makes me so happy to know that people actually care about the same things as me.


This picture is in the top five most viewed things somehow >.<

I’m considering doing another 30 Day Anime Challenge or making up my own! They’re really fun to do, and I always enjoy posting on here. I’ve gotten nominated for a couple awards, though I know I have no chance of winning because everyone on WordPress is so great! Anyways, I’m gonna close out this post by saying THANK YOU once again, and I love you all!

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K: Return of Kings

I’m quite overdue for this review, but here goes!

The first thing I have to say is, if you plan on watching the second season of K Project, watch the movie K: Missing Kings first. The second season has a lot of flashbacks to what happens in the movie and there are many references to it. It’s only an hour long, but it’s fairly hard to find online.

Despite what many other reviews say, the character development was better in this season and I’m pretty confident that I know all their names (maybe not the background characters, but no one cares about them :D)! The green clan, JUNGLE, had a pretty cool concept with anyone being able to join online. I’m sure if the clans were real, JUNGLE would definitely dominate! I really like Sukuna Gojou as a character too.

Gojou Sukuna

Back to the original cast of characters, Fushimi was great! I actually didn’t realize he was acting until they actually revealed it. Also, Yata and Fushimi’s bonding time was just <3.

K Project SaruMi

My only problem was Awashima. Maybe GoHands thought that the show needed fan service for all genders, but it was really annoying and bothered me every time. (Skip to 5:03 of this video if you want to see) She gets so much screen time and she doesn’t even do much.

Overall score: 9.5/10, minus the .5 because of this lady!

There’s a rumor of a third season coming out this year but I’m not sure if it’s real or not. I hope it is!