Hey hey all you Heroes and Travelers out there today I’m bringing you all another super special awesome OWLS post!! If this is your first time here on Nice Job Breaking It Hero, you were probably linked here by my blogging buddy and the anime host with the most, Takuto… and I welcome you with open arms!!
Back in December I mentioned that I’d joined OWLS: Otaku Warriors of Liberty and Self-Respect, a group of bloggers and vloggers that hope to spread a message of acceptance and understanding through thoughtful community activism!
So, in order to spread our message of self acceptance and tolerance, we’ve decided to hold Monthly Blog Tours! During Blog Tours, we each write individual theme posts on our blogs that promote our group’s values, with a bit of an otaku twist. May’s Blog Tour topic is Strength!
*Disclaimer: This post and the film, Colorful deal with some heavy themes that some people may be uncomfortable with, namely suicide and death. While I understand that different cultures and people deal with mental health in different ways, it’s important to know that this is an important topic and I have done my best to handle it with the utmost care. Remember that if you or anyone you know is experiencing feelings of loneliness, saddness, hopelessness or considering suicide, you are not alone!
Continue reading “[OWLS Blog Tour] Our Imperfections Make Us Stronger- Learning to Accept Your True Colors”
Hello Heroes and Travelers, here we are at the end of another week here on Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! Some of you may have noticed that I’ve stopped writing all of my weekly post series (save this one). Don’t worry, they aren’t cancelled, just on hold until June like everything else. I’m currently working on bringing everything up to snuff and for that I need a bit of time and with all the real life stuff I have going on right now, I need to prep a bit.
I will still upload game reviews during this time, but, that will be about it. If everything goes as planned, I should have everything back and running starting June 1st. In the meantime, I am always open to chatting with more bloggers and writers, so definitely hit me up and say hi, a list of where to find me online is, HERE! Also, if you want to exchange Blogroll links, just let me know and I’d be more than happy to add you, however, you kind of sorta have to write about Japanese culture and media (anime, manga, otome games, etc), but I will make an exception for K-dramas a K-pop stuff!
Continue reading “Last Week Today: Week End Recap- May 14th to May 20th”
Re:Birthday Song ~Koi o Utau Shinigami ( Re:BIRTHDAY SONG～恋を唄う死神～) is a 2015 Japanese supernatural fantasy otome game, developed by Honeybee (the team behind the popular, Starry Sky series). While the game does not have an official English language release, earlier this year, estearisa released a full English patch of the game. Of course as it is with most patches, you’ll have to purchase a Japanese copy of the PC game (not the Vita port) in order to play it. I will say this now, it’s easier to find copies of the Vita version of the game, however, they won’t work with the patch. (Ebay has a few copies floating around though)
The game follows Kokoro a young girl who suddenly becomes the newest resident of the Netherworld, a place where souls with deep regrets go when they die, as she trains to become a full fledged shinigami. But, because our heroine isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed, she has to take supplementary lessons with a group of shinigami rejects…
I am notorious for never finishing games, so I picked up Re: Birthday on a whim, since my playthroughs of Period Cube have pretty much come to a standstill. So, I figured I’d play one route and go back to PC, what I didn’t expect was to be hit over the head with wave after wave of tear inducing emotions… OH MY GOD THE FEELS IN THIS GAME!! I’d played one of Honeybee’s other titles, Starry Sky in Spring ages ago and it’s like comparing apples and oranges!
Disclaimer: Screenshots used in this post were taken from the game and belong to Honeybee and the other respective developers of the game. Also, this game deals with some mature topics such as, but not limited to: death, suicide, and grief. Just a bit of a warning.
Continue reading “[First Thoughts] Re:Birthday Song ~Koi o Utau Shinigami~”
As many of you know I became a writer for MANGA.TOKYO, a new Japanese media site that covers a wide range of topics from anime to manga to everything in between! I highly recommend checking it out when you have the time there is a lot of great content from some fantastic writers, you won’t be disappointed!! Well, today I am writing to tell you guys about a super cool giveaway MANGA.TOKYO is holding, that any anime fan would be crazy to miss out on!
Last month during the cinematic release of Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, cinema-goers were given a 200 page storyboard bonus book! But, if like me you live outside of Japan getting your hands on that amazing book might seem like a far off dream… Well, I have news for you!! MANGA.TOKYO is giving away a copy of the bonus book for FREE and you don’t even have to leave your house!!
Continue reading “Special MANGA.TOKYO ‘Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry’ Giveaway!”
Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is now available for purchase from Amazon (US) for just $39.99!! The game is a PS Vita only title, you must have the system in order to play it!
*Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, I receive a small commission from Amazon every time you all purchase something using those links. Also all images belong to Aksys Games!*
Continue reading “[New Release] Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is OUT!!”