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RoK the Reaper
A serious gamer & hardcore otaku who loves anything gaming, anime, or manga! I hope to bring you the best content for these subjects I love in the form of news, reviews, interviews, and in-depth editorials! さよなら!

Video Digest #1 (Oct.5th-Oct.12th 2011)

by | October 13th, 2011 |

Video Digest are select gaming videos I have uploaded during the previous week. Wednesday to Wednesday with new content coming from the following Thursday onward.  They will include the videos I’ve uploaded as well as a little bit about what I have to say about each of them.  They may be all of one game or […]

Respecting Different Play Styles: Don’t Be a Scrub.

by | October 9th, 2011 |

Far too many times in gaming have I seen people complain about how their opponent plays.  Not that they are using an insanely overpowered character (Broken), using a mod to exploit the game, or even a known problem the developers missed  and will update to fix (Universally accepted  broken glitches); they choose to complain solely […]

Sawed-Off Shotgun: Entirely too noob friendly.

by | October 7th, 2011 |

With the final iteration of Gears of War (at least within the main series) Gears 3 wanted to help new players to the series not feel overwhelmed by the wall-bouncing Gnasher shotgun experts that have honed their skills in the last two games.  However, did Epic go too far? In this article, I want to […]

Coming back with more content and bigger style!

by | October 5th, 2011 |

Gone for a long, long time, I’m finally back and I’m better than ever!  I want everyone to know that I plan on posting a lot more regularly here on my gaming blog.  That means more anime, manga, and gaming reviews; including editorials.  I also plan on discussing videos I upload and what was going […]

Street Fighter X TEKKEN: Let the Hype Begin!

by | April 20th, 2011 |

When it was first announced that we would have Street Fighter X TEKKEN, and TEKKEN X Street Fighter, I was a bit skeptical on how things would play out.  CAPCOM and NAMCO are both respectable companies, and both reign over their own fighting-game environment.  But how exactly would a 2D and 3D game clash on […]

Bakuman バクマン Vol. 3 “Debut and Impatience” Review

by | April 8th, 2011 |

Mashiro Moritaka and Takagi Akito are hell bent on becoming professional  Manga-ka and not just “gamblers”.  Aiming to get a series serialized in Weekly SHŌNEN JUMP and finally, an anime. Mashiro, is driven by the promise made by his dream girl, Azuki Miho: That once he becomes a successful Manga-ka, and she, a voice actress to […]

Black ★ Rock Shooter OVA Review

by | April 7th, 2011 |

Black ★ Rock Shooter was an anime I had begun to see everywhere, but had heard very little to nothing about.  Cool statues such as this popped up all over websites, the cute heroine was shown on many wallpapers, but nothing showing off exactly what it was about. Taking this matter into account, I soon […]

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Hsien-Ko Reveal

by | January 28th, 2011 |

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is one of my most anticipated games of 2011.  I was really hype with the game after noticing that Dante (My favorite CAPCOM character of my favorite game of all time, Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening) was fighting Dead Pool in a bar on the extended […]

Mortal Kombat: Imminent Failure?

by | January 27th, 2011 |

When most people think about “Mortal Kombat“, they think about gruesome game play that pushed video games to their limits with it’s violence, and showed just how much people enjoyed mutilation.  The “Fatality” is easily one of the most memorable moments of gaming history, marked by it’s now common initiating phrase, “Finish Him“. Mortal Kombat […]

Nintendo X CAPCOM: Possible?

by | January 21st, 2011 |

(Princess Peach Toadstool and Morrigan Aensland drawn by “Twilit-Arawen” check out his deviantART) For years I’ve been a fan of Nintendo and CAPCOM; they’ve spawned some of the greatest games that has ever seen the face of this earth.  I’ve loved titles from both sounds, each one outlining memories that resonate throughout my childhood.  Some […]