Never a dull moment. The final chapters of the series making every sentence count. Continue reading
Maybe there was a part one but you missed it. No, not really, it’s the post before this one saying that it’d take a while to get used to the Umineko Chiru voices. This one is different. This is actually more than decent. So after a few weeks of being exposed to the 1st group voices from the Chiru release I’ve grown used to them little by little. The 2nd PV is a better surprise than the 1st trailer. To say the least they nailed it fairly well here. Three more characters to the madness. Continue reading
It didn’t take too long for Chiru game to be released. Everything is smooth and nice. My only criticism would be the voices they chose for the new Chiru characters – namely those in the trailer. Namely whatever they were thinking when they chose some of them and namely a first impression. Continue reading
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The following problem is put to the reader: Two murders were committed in such fashion that the murderer must not only have been invisible, but lighter than air. According to the evidence, this person killed his first victim and literally disappeared. Again according to the evidence, he killed his second victim in the middle of an empty street, with watchers at either end yet not a soul saw him, and no footprint appeared in the snow. – Solution?
I needed a good puzzle to whet my appetite. What better way than to try out one best and hardest mysteries so they say ever created and to indulge in some puzzle action fun? It’ll be no field day, but it would be no fun if it were. Continue reading
Higurashi Kira was bad and you should feel bad for liking it.
We are here to ask some questions. The topic is Higurashi KIRA. Continue reading