Right from the beginning, it was obvious that The Day I Became a God was going to be a bittersweet tale of fleeting relationships and lost youth. Although, based on the events of the first episodes and the title itself, even I couldn’t have imagined the direction this series would have taken in the final few episodes.
And I’m not sure how I feel about it.
That’s it, I give up. I can’t keep banging my head against this game anymore. Not to bring down the mood, but despite my best efforts, this game has broken me, and honestly I shouldn’t be that surprised. Ghosts of Tsushima is a video game that encapsulated pretty much all of my problems with modern triple A video game development. And to at least recoup some of the money and time I dumped into this game, I’ll blog about it.
It figures. I made a big effort to watch as much anime this season as I possibly could, and it just so happens to be the season where I just couldn’t get into the vast majority of news shows I tried to pick up. I think I ended up dropping far more of them than I ended up finishing.
Deca-Dence was not a series I dropped though. Haha! Check out that amateur verbal sleight of hand. Nah, honestly, Deca-Dence has been my favourite anime of this Summer anime season. And one that I only ended up watching thanks to some dumb luck and forgetting to cancel my Funimation subscription.