Alright... so, I did this on my Facebook, but I'll re-explain.
This is just kind of random, but I decided to give reviews on things. Bluh.
Read or don't read. I don't care.
Soul Eater: 9/10. I've seen every episode of this anime, and the only reason this doesn't get a perfect score from me is because of the finale at the end of season four. It was pretty much a let down for me... I dunno, I guess I was just expecting something a bit more thrilling, not a lecture on bravery.
Blood+: 9/10. Just as Soul Eater, I've seen all the episodes in this anime. Not only do I love the storyline, but the artwork is amazing as well. The only thing keeping me from giving a 10/10 is the ending. I really enjoyed it, but I really wish the ending gave more closure. It only gave more questions that are now left unanswered.
Pokemon: 7/10. I really loved this anime as a kid, you know, before I knew what anime even was, but I've really grown out of the anime. It's too kidish for me now. I'm still into the cards and games (/really/ anticipating the 3DS game!!!), but not so much the show anymore. I learned that as I tried to rekindle my interest in it about a week ago.
Sword Art Online: 9/10. This anime as that futuristic theme, which I've always seemed to fall for immediately. I'm not very far in the anime, which is part of the reason it doesn't have a perfect score (yet), but it's also because of the length. Only twenty-five episodes...? That's a downer for me, especially since I'm so hooked already.
Avatar: The Last Airbender/Legend of Korra: 8/10. This one really brings back my childhood, and although it's a bit quirkier than I remember, it's still a great anime to watch. The sequel (Legend of Korra), I've missed a lot, but from what I've seen, it's very well done.
Naruto: 5/10. Eh. Just, eh. I've never really liked it all that much... neither as a kid, nor now. It just doesn't... appeal to me. I don't know if it's the art or the storyline (maybe both), but I've never been able to watch more than ten minutes of it.
Dragon Ball Z: 6/10. It's okay. I'm not really sure how to put it... when I was a kid, I kind of forced myself to like it for a friend of mine, because he was obsessed with it. We did roleplays of it (I didn't know that's what we were doing at the time, but I know now), and /that/ was fun, but now that I look back, I don't think I liked watching it so much. It's slightly better now that I'm older, but I still don't think it's exactly the best thing I've ever seen.
Death Note: 7/10. This rating is partly due to the fact that I've only watched to episode five or so. Overall, I just think the anime is way too morbid. I've never really liked watching overly morbid things, and this anime really brushes against my limit to the about of morbid I can take. Not a big fan. I'll watch it with some interest, but only if someone else is watching it and they want me to as well.
Howl's Moving Castle: 10/10. This is one of the few anime movies I've watched, and this one has got to take the prize. I was hooked the moment I started watching. At first, I wasn't all too sure about it, because of what happened to the female protagonist, and because of how fast-paced the beginning was, but as I started getting further into it, I started loving it. There are parts of it that actually made me cry, and when /I/ cry over an anime, you know it's good.
Spirited Away: 9/10. It was a really beautiful movie (not a surprise... it was made by the creator of Howl's Moving Castle.). The only thing I could say I didn't like was the ending, just as in Soul Eater. The ending, it felt like it was missing something... for me to give a perfect rating on something, the ending has to give me complete closure, but the ending to this movie did not. Far from that, actually. I was really frustrated by this ending because of the complete lack of closure. Had it not been for that, this movie would have gotten a perfect score in my book.
Black Butler: 8/10. This is only because I don't know very much yet, considering I haven't watched very much. In fact, I've watched so little of this anime that I can't really give a lengthy review... all I can say is, I'm so far very pleased with it. So far. I'm hoping to be able to give this anime a 10/10 as I progress through the series.
Kingdom Hearts: 10/10. This game is absolutely /beautiful/. Even though I can only play the ones made for the DS/3DS, I've been able to watch Playthroughs/LPs on YouTube, and I can say with certainty that this is the most beautiful game I've ever played and watched. Almost every single one of the games makes me cry at some point. The graphics are wonderful, and the storyline is superb. I feel so alive playing this game... it's actually very moving to me.
Ib: 9/10. The jumpscares aren't that bad, which is good, because if you use too many of those, it ruins the story. True, it has Pokemon graphics, which partly explains the rating being imperfect, but the real reason I don't give this a perfect score is because, even in the good ending, I feel like it isn't complete. I myself believe that they should create an ending where Ib, Garry /and/ Mary can escape the Fabricated World. That would give me closure.
Misao: 8/10. Too many deaths. Most of the deaths in this game, they're absolutely ridiculous. The one that has to take the prize in this game has to be the "Death by Telephone" incident. Quoting the game, "(Insert name here) was startled by the telephone, hit the wall, and gave a final breath..." Come on game... really? But, besides that, it's overall a good game. I especially love the fact that it gave me closure. If you get the good ending, you get to play and extra level in the game called "Truth", which, without this feature, I would've never achieved closure in this game. Do that level correctly, and you'll get a code which unlocks another secret in the game: a kind of lobby area. I was actually co-oping with Gabby when I found this room, to which my automatic response was "RAVE PARTY!!!!!" because... well, you'd have to see for yourself.
Pokemon: 9/10. The game is really addictive, actually. The only thing I can find an issue with is the fact that all the versions of this game seem a bit repetitive, the exception to this being Pokemon Black/White 2, where they've decided to change it up a bit with a part of the game inside the vision of the legendary Pokemon of the game (that depends on which version you get; Black or White). The 3DS versions (X and Y) are also bound to be different, as they are adding two new types /and/ the graphics change dramatically. The starter Pokemon are also very tasteful, as far as I know, but hey... I guess we'll see when the game releases (WORLDWIDE) in October.
Drawn to Life: 9/10. It is a very hard game to actually beat once you get to the final boss. Since you can't save in the middle of a level, this makes is especially difficult in the first game, even more so when you consider your very limited health. Besides this, it's a rather good, clean game.
Scribblenauts Unlimited: 6/10. Well, what can I say besides... what the hell. I have quite a few issues with this game so far, and I haven't even had the game a full two days. You see, it's supposed to be a 3DS game, insinuating /and/ stating in the manual that the game is indeed playable in 3D. I've yet to experience this future. If I could find out how to activate this, I could bump the rating up at least two points. Apart from that, I also can't seem to collect the startites (or whatever those things are called) properly, seeing as I'll complete the tasks but that just doesn't seem to be enough. Some of the tasks are nearly impossible to complete without cheats, as I learned when entering one of the underwater levels. Also, all of the Scribblenauts games have the same exact storyline, the only difference being supposedly added features such as more objects to create and more adjectives.
Slender- The Eight Pages: 4/10. Frankly, this game scares the hell out of me. I had some trouble sleeping the night I played a triple co-op with Gabby and Hav. The graphics aren't really that great, and the game is nearly impossible to clear. You can't even hardly collect one of the eight pages without getting caught. I'm actually thinking of deleting it from my computer, it was so horrible. Funny to watch, horrific to play.
Wizard 101: 9/10. This game is the absolute best MMRPG there is out there, in my opinion. My only problem with the game is, after a certain amount of playing, the quests you can take as a free player become limited, as they go into areas that only premium players can access. It is true that you are able to buy these areas, but still. It slowly makes the game unplayable to free players. Besides this, it's a really, really great game.
Onverse: 7/10. Well, what can I say? This game... it's rather... odd. I would compare the graphics to Wizard 101 without a doubt, but... it seems to me that the only way to get full satisfaction out of this game is if you pay for a membership. It's good for when I'm bored, though.
Second Life: 10/10. It's like Onverse, but so much better. There are many mods you can play in, as well as many noodie-friendly mods that give you all sorts of free things, such as clothes for your avatar. You're able to customize your avatar in anyway you want... this includes gender, species, height, weight, arm and leg length, face... anything you could possibly want to change, you can. This game is also brilliant for trolling. I have a body type saved just for when I feel the need to troll; it's probably the most hideous thing in all MMRPGs. Still, I love it. You can even use your mic instead of typing to chat with other players. This game... its absolutely brilliant. *trying not to laugh*
Amnesia- 8/10. I wish it had a better storyline, but hey, it /is/ a survival horror game. It takes a bit longer than I'd hoped to finally meet the... thing in normal play, but I love the mods that people create for it. There's this one mod called "It's Hurting My Eyes" (more like IT'S HURTING MY EARS...)... how would I explain that mod...? *giggle* Well, you'll just have to find out for yourself.
Happy Wheels: 8/10. This game is slowly ruining my mind, honestly. As if I wasn't mentally scarred enough. I really love playing the levels other players make, especially if I can use either the Irresponsible Dad or the Segway Guy. Ah, mods...
Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls IV: 7/10. Controls, controls, why must you be such a pain? I'm not very far in the game, but there are many controls that I really just can't stand for this game. Hell, I had to go out and buy a mouse just so I could play, considering the looking controls. And even with the mouse, it's still leaning slightly to the right, making it a bit more difficult to turn for some reason. Also, a few of the key controls, such as that for blocking an attack, aren't even on my keyboard. What the hell is a M2? I've tried a few things for this one... F2 (seemed legit, did nothing) M+2 (pressing M then 2... again, nothing) Ctrl+M+2... if I'm being stupid, please tell me. Please. I must say though, besides this, I enjoy playing, what with the battles and storyline and all. So, it's not that bad.
If anyone has anything they want me to review, I will as best as possible (that all depends on how accessible it is to me... for example, if it's a game I'd have to buy, or if it's a download game that my computer refuses to take, then my review will be completely based on LPs or Playthroughs, not on my experience.).