Changing Things Up A Bit


So, welcome to a new year!

This blog has slowed down a bit, since the initial month, but I have been working my way through various games to write about during my college break when I haven’t been catching up on the ol’ social circle.

As for now, I am almost finished with Chrono Trigger and Scribblenauts Unlimited, so that’s something to look forward to.

In addition, I’ve decided to expand this blog from just a video games review blog to a a general review blog, where I might review any type of media ranging from movie, anime, video game etc. I know, I know, losing sight of my main goal and everything, but I feel like writing things down really helps you process your thoughts and allows you to better remember the experiences you’ve had. (I also just really want to share to the world how much I love Eureka Seven)

So a few anime reviews are incoming, they’ll be easily searchable via the anime hashtag.

A smart redditor once said “How much are you consuming on a daily basis versus how much are you creating?” Well I intend to create more and more content for the world to enjoy, even if the world may not read it. That’s all for now!


What is this blog all about?


Hello and welcome to my blog!

First, let me tell you a bit about myself. I’m Philippe Kimura-Thollander, half-Swede half-Japanese, been living in America for a majority of my life. Now, like most children who grew up in the late 90’s and early 00’s, I grew up playing Pokemon and Smash Bros. The world of video games has entranced me ever since the age of 4, and my dream has always been to design and create video games. I am currently in college studying computer science in order to achieve my dreams of becoming a video game developer. That being said, I feel that the best way to learn how to create games is to review other ones and examine what makes them great and what makes them…not so great. So yes, This is another video game blog on the internet. But I promise to try and be enticing! And interesting! Most of all fun!

Hope you enjoy reading my reviews as much as I will writing them,

Philippe Kimura-Thollander