Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Prologue

I’ve started playing Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony!
I actually noticed it on Steam thanks to Doki Doki, and saw that it was 50% off.
I’ve played both Danganronpa 1 and 2, as well as watched the anime, but I sort of forgot that there was a new game that I hadn’t yet played.

The moment I loaded up the game and heard the signature Danganronpa theme, I was hit with a wave of nostalgia and excitement!

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Anime Meets Hearts of Iron IV

Yomu is back with another anime game. But it’s not actually an anime game, just a game with an anime mod. The game is Hearts of Iron IV, a WW2 grand strategy game that I have sunk many hours into. Only I don’t play the unmodded, original game. I play using the Kaiserreich mod, which is an overhaul of the game that puts the world into an alternate timeline where Germany won WW1.

(Here is a link of the alternate history timeline, if you are interested. It’s a very in depth undertaking, with a lot of detail and thought put into it).

And the Kaiserreich mod just happens to have an anime mod, that changes the portraits for all of the nation leaders and generals to anime girls, as well as some background images. What could be better than that?


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Anime Strategy Game? Count Me In!

Recently I stumbled upon a fun and cheap anime strategy game on Steam. I’m a big fan of strategy games – both the Total War franchise and Paradox grand strategy games are some of my absolute favourites. Knowing this, Steam recommended a highly rated strategy game to me that just happens to be anime inspired: Lost Technology. Also the game was on sale, 20% off; which is pretty crazy because the game is normally $5.69 (Cdn). So I really only saved a dollar thanks to the sale!

And it’s turned out to be a really fun game! For basically 5 bucks!


What can I say, I’ve got an eye for deals.

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