I was just curious about people’s stances about series reviews. To give some context, I’m trying to put out at least one series review a week so visitors of my blog aren’t bored of my minimal content. This week, for example, I wrote about Yuuki Yuuna. I watched it back in Dec 2015 and I still remember nearly everything that happens within said show, so I felt confident in my statements and critique.
However, I had initially planned on reviewing Kiniro Mosaic this week. It wasn’t going to be a favorable review, but I also was aware that I haven’t watched the show in, well, 3 years or so. What if my impressions of the show were “tainted” by the passage of time? I do recall that I was not overly impressed with the show to begin with, but the doubt regarding me being fair to the show still lingers.
Such nagging feelings was what caused me to rewatch all four seasons of Maria-sama ga Miteru last month in order to make sure I was being fair. But should I do the same for other, older shows I’ve finished years ago? I guess I’ll need to sleep on this. Any comments about this would be very welcome.
As the OG-Man mentioned, October is a very busy month for yuri visual novel releases. As of now, Catch Canvas and Sakura Space is available on Steam while Ladykiller in a Bind is available on Humble Bundle. I’m going to try to work through and review these games this week.
Meanwhile, Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Sky is undergoing QA. Sweet Volley High and Ne No Kami are due to be released on Steam in a little over a week. The goal is to finish the other three games before these come out. Very ambitious of me, I know. I’m still trying to find time to review Kindred Spirits on the Roof as well as Starlight Vega…
Lastly and least importantly, I went to a nudist beach in an attempt to get tan. However, I did not bring sunscreen or an umbrella. “I can handle a little sunburn,” I scoffed. As a result, I am now paying the price for my arrogance. Serves me right! It’s sure making my attempts to watch anime or play video games rather difficult, though.