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8/2/19
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Kyoto Animation might be one of the most quintessentially anime companies out there. With their bright colors, heartfelt slice of life shows, and an extremely cute aesthetic, it’s hard not to associate them with them with anime and the culture that surrounds the medium. KyoAni, however, is a company unlike any other

6/20/19
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With YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World, a classic Visual Novel getting a remake and anime adaptation, many people are now being exposed to the work for the first time. On first impression, however, YU-NO can be seen as nothing more than an old Visual Novel, with a decent majority of players also

6/18/19
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Summer is here! Time for vacations, going to the beach, and getting cozy in an air-conditioned room to watch anime! You’ll need that air conditioning now that we have a good selection of sequels that will heat your hearts and will make you all warm inside!

6/12/19
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With Project Scarlett and Next Gen PlayStation already announced with many juicy bits and AMD announcing some new components, I’ve been spending some time speculating on what could possibly be in the next gen consoles. If you’re not into technobabble, feel free to skip this article, but I’d like to ramble about the

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5/12/19
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Are you a fan of both otome games and mystery genres? 7'scarlet might be a game you may want to consider then. 7’scarlet is a mystery adventure otome visual novel by Intragames and is available on both PS Vita and Steam. Our protagonist is a college student named Ichiko Hanamaki whose older brother went missing over a

5/10/19
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Kaguya-sama: Love Is War has been a fan-favorite on AniTAY for a couple of years now, and many of us were thrilled to see it get an anime adaptation. But did the anime hold up to the original? How good of a show is it for series newcomers? All these questions and more have been answered below by famous* anime scholars

2/12/19
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The winner of multiple awards in AniTAY’s “2018 in Review” series, Violet Evergarden was a clear favorite among our writers and the anime fandom as a whole. Although the animation by itself already represents some of the very best that anime has to offer, it was far from the only reason that we were such big fans. I

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1/7/19
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There’s so many things that define 2018 for me, but at the end of the year, it’s hard to help but look back at the positives, the best of the best in regard to anime. Here’s my two cents on my favorite anime of the year, my top anime of 2018.

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Are you a fan of Ever 17 but have serious problems with how the game has aged? From the nearly glacial skip speed to the questionable translation, the original Hiramaki English release of Ever 17 has some issues that are almost painful in the modern era, but you don’t have to live with these issues any more thanks to

10/28/18
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There’s nothing quite like 428 Shibuya Scramble. It’s been a long time since I first learned about this game, 4 years in fact, but I’ve always been eager to get my hands on it, my excitement never dwindling. From it’s 40/40 score on Famitsu to the insane budget and quirky visuals this game has to offer, there’s

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8/22/18
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The future of gaming is here. Throughout the history of Nvidia, we’ve seen them constantly push the boundaries of graphics technology, but ultimately in anti-competitive, proprietary methods. Nvidia’s latest attempt to revolutionize gaming technology might actually change everything, but it has the possibility to

8/10/18
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As an avid fan of retro gaming (especially on original hardware), Emuparadise’s decision to take their ROMs down and the discussions that have followed have a left a lot of mixed thoughts in my mind. I thought I’d throw my two cents about the whole situation, as well as clarifying some things that you may not

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