The concept of “waifus” has been around for quite a long time, but only rarely do I come across a character I’d consider using the term for. Someone, while fictional, who stands far apart from the crowd and you can imagine being a significant other (at least in an ideal situation) is quite rare. Even then, narrowing this down to 10 characters was quite difficult, but here are my top 10 waifus!
Throughout “otaku” culture, there lies a recurring concept which has been debated more than the theory of evolution. A topic so virulent and divisive that future wars may be waged over the differing ideologies. A situation of such magnitude that Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin have offered their own opinions.
The topic? 2D versus 3D. And I’m here to tell you why 2D is the winning team.
In a world where most gaming consoles are connected to the internet, downloadable content is becoming increasingly prevalent. Some people revile this trend as a foretelling of the apocalypse, while others gleefully accept the additional material for games they enjoy. All in all, DLC is a bit of a mixed bag that could potentially harm the gaming industry in the long run, but only if consumers continue to support the practice.
Behind the sub vs. dub debate, arguments about whether the most hyped show of the season is any good, and squabbles about who is best girl (it’s Kaiki), is the discussion of physical releases, streaming, and fansub/download releases, and how they each have an impact on the anime industry.
My whole life, I’ve been primarily a Nintendo handheld gamer, starting with a GameBoy Pocket in kindergarten, and then eventually getting a GameBoy Advance, Advance SP, and finally a DS, which I’ve had and used for about 8 years or so. On the other hand, the only TV consoles I’ve had are a PS2 and Xbox 360.
With the tide of mobile gaming and people claiming that handheld game consoles will be overrun by phones and tablets, I figured it would be interesting to compare the two primary handhelds – the Nintendo 3DS XL and the PlayStation Vita – against mobile devices.