The Nichijou Perspective

When thinking about anime, I often feel lethargic or strained. Yet when it comes to the gem that is Nichijou, a soft and fluffy slice of life that is anything but. What makes this anime so easy for me to jump into this show is just how random it is and how loose it is…

What Do I Think About My Nintendo Switch After One Year?!

One year ago today, I finally got my grubby, grabby hands on a Nintendo Switch Neon Blue and Red set with the included Splatoon 2 & Splatoon 2 carrying case. This was an investment, as well as also being a step towards my reintroduction to the home console Nintendo ecosystem. That ecosystem was last visited…

Taiko No Tatsujin: Nintendo Switch Version! Review!

Being the typical press attendee for my local anime convention, I always grew envious of people and their free time spent at the convention-side arcade that has taken root at Naka-Kon. It’s filled to the brim with awesome, Japanese arcade classical and new-age machines. The most attractive and the most prevalent would have to be…

What’s New With Otaku Gamer Zone?

Phew, has it sure been a couple of days since my last post, but I can say that I am alive, well and worked to the bone! I recently got seated in my new job position for my day-time job and it is an active one. Nothing wrong with that aspect, outside of it leaving…

What’s In My Camera Bag 2018!

I’ve surely hit the bottom of the barrel when it comes down to this. However it is about time that I tackle my first, “What’s In My Camera Bag” Post of 2018. To start this post off, if you appreciate what I do, please consider supporting me by using one of the included links down…

OGZ Update: Past Weekend And Upcoming Posts!

Thank you so much for everyone who came by last night to read my post on Sausomecon 2018. It was a smaller convention, the smallest I have been to yet and while it wasn’t all sunshine and roses it was still fun. Which is great, considering that I was having flashbacks to my time at Anime Nebraskon……

Sausomecon ’18: The Personal Convention With Room For Growth

They often tell you that it is all about the small things in life. Those precious moments that we get to share with family and friends that make the difference. Sausomecon is a constant reminder of that fact. While it has a strong, personal vibe it also feels distant and complicated, boasting a heap of…