Scum’s Wish Review

Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com

Love is complicated. It’s an age old saying that will never lose its meaning and in one way or another, we’re all searching for it, or something like it.

Scum’s Wish is the story of that complication found in love and the emptiness left behind when your love isn’t reciprocated. When you can’t have the one you love, can you find comfort in someone else? In a replacement?

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Upcoming Anime of Spring 2017 – Part 1

Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com

Every anime season, I snoop around AniChart and MyAnimeList for those special upcoming anime that will integrate into my weekly routine over the next three months. I prepare a list of everything I predict will be noteworthy and whatever else my silly anime taste picks up along the way. Thus far, each season has been a fairly tight list, consisting of no more than four series that peak my interest. And, while I’ve missed one or two gems, I’m pretty confident in my keen eye. This time, however, Spring is jam-packed with so many anime that I’ll be splitting this list into two posts. So, buckle up anime boys and girls because the Japanese train is about to roll on into the station with a heaping supply of fresh anime.

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Traptrix Stun: Traps, Hands, and Clownblades (Link Format)

Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com

Prior to taking my break from Yugioh, I had a real interest in the Traptrix cards and way they join up with various engines to create a single, cohesive whole as a stun-based deck. Now that I’ve returned to the game and cards from my time in the Xyz era are cheaper than ever, I built myself a Traptrix deck that I can play in the modern format and advance upon for the upcoming Link Format. Without further ado, here’s my current Deck Profile for Traptrix Stun.

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Casual Decklist: Budget Boxers Enter the Ring

Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com

With my return to Yugioh, I wanted to do a deck tech of one my favorite decks from my competitive days, Battlin’ Boxers. While no where close to a great competitive deck in its time, I worked myself to the bone crafting the perfect Battlin’ Boxer deck that ended up propelling me into winning more than half of my matches at locals, including stomping every other Boxer player with superior combos. Now, as my friends and I build budget decks to play each other with, I’ve recrafted my Boxer deck to match up with the current banlist along with some modern changes and I wanted to share my thoughts and explanations for one of my favorite decks to play.

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My Excitement for Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception & Mask of Truth

Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com

On January 18th, Atlus announced they are localizing the Japanese Visual Novel/Strategy Role Playing games Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and its squeal, Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth, for the west this year. This news came after the discovery of Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception’s sudden ESRB rating popping up earlier in the month. Both games will be arriving for Playstation 4 and PS Vita with Mask of Deception hitting shelves this Spring. More information can be found from the announcement post by Atlus PR on the Official Playstation Blog. Now it’s pretty exciting news that these games are even making it over in English at all, but, honestly, for most people it brings up a big question: what is in the world is Utawarerumono? And better yet: why should I care about this niche anime game? Well folks, take a seat and let me tell you.

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