World End Economica: Episode 3 is out!

World End Economica: Episode 3 is out!

Finally. Finally it’s here.

I’m a little late to the party seeing that it was released on Steam in December 2016 but I look forward to finishing the game during the long weekend next week.

But really, it has been a long wait. Especially with the awkward cliffhanger ending of Episode 2, which led me to believe that the story wasn’t meant to be told episodically. Just as it was getting good it ended. The score on a rising high, the plot twists revealed, the protagonist just about to take action, and it just ends.

Now that all three episodes are out, and though I haven’t played the third and last episode, I think I can safely recommend WEE to anyone who wants to give the story a shot.

For an introduction to the story of World End Economica, I think I briefly wrote my thoughts on episode one here.

A thought, Pokemon GO

A thought, Pokemon GO

Pokemon GO has been a huge hit worldwide. Even media outlets have been reporting on the hordes of people roaming the city for elusive Pokemon.

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When it was reported that a Pokemon trainer stumbled onto a dead body, I immediately thought of a scene in To aru majutsu no index.

In academy city, the world of index, prepaid cards charged with varying amounts of value were scattered around the city in random places, including backalleys and small streets.

The intent was to take away the ability to stay hidden to do unsavoury activities.

Pokemon GO could do the same. It would place people in all kinds of places and increase the likelihood that someone is watching.

Final Fantasy Chocolates

Final Fantasy Chocolates

It’s Valentine’s and here’s some chocolate I really want.

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Last weekend I was at a department store in Tokyo, and since Valentine’s Day is coming up, the confectionary section was packed with candy makers hawking limited-edition chocolates for the romantic holiday. As I looked at all the sweetness on display, though, something struck me.

In Japan, women give chocolate to the special guy in their life, but the aesthetics are still entirely feminine. I saw dozens of candies shaped like hearts, ribbons, and even teddy bears and other cute woodland animals.

While the craftsmanship was impressive, none of the designs were the sort of things men actually want for themselves, especially when they could have these awesome Final Fantasy chocolates instead.

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