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Assassination Classroom (Manga vs Anime vs Live Action)

The Earth is threatened by a powerful creature who destroyed 70% of the Moon with its power, rendering into the shape of a crescent moon forever. The creature claims that within a year, Earth will also be destroyed by him, but he offers mankind a chance to avert this fate. In class 3-E at Kunugigaoka Junior High School, he starts working as a homeroom teacher where he teaches his students not only regular subjects, but the ways of assassination. The Japanese government promises a reward of ¥10 billion to whomever among the students succeeds in killing the teacher, whom they have named “Koro Sensei”, a pun on korosenai (unkillable) and sensei (teacher)). However, this has proven to be an almost impossible task, as not only does he have several superpowers at his disposal, including the capacity of moving at Mach 20, but he is also the best teacher they’ve ever had.

Assassination Classroom (2)

Actually I kinda late with this phenomenom. One of my teammate during teaching practice already showed me the anime version, but I’m not really into it. Then since January 4 (three days before second season aired), I watch it religiously. Thanks to Animax.

The story concept that illustrates how a teacher motivate his/her students who are considered losers by the majority and trying to make them a successful person is not first time appeared in movie industry. Many previous films already use the concept of this kind of story, but I admit, for the anime, the story concept like this is the first time. And Assassination Classroom brings the concept with very well.
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{REVIEW} The 5th Wave (Movie)

The human race stands on the brink of extinction as a series of alien attacks decimate the planet, causing earthquakes, tsunamis and disease. Separated from her family, Ohio teenager Cassie Sullivan will do whatever it takes to reunite with her brother Sam. Fate leads her to form an alliance with Evan Walker, a mysterious young man who may be her last hope. Forced to trust each other, Cassie and Evan fight for survival during the fifth assault from the invaders.

the 5th wave

On the day I watched the movie, I didn’t read the book. This is second time I’m not read the book first before watch the movie version. Right now, I read the book and will review it next week (if I’m not drop it)

The main reason why I wanna watch The 5th Wave is Nick Robinson. His briliant acting on Jurassic World is really something. I have feel he’ll be the next hottest guy in Hollywood. So I went to watch it and that was not bad.
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{REVIEW} Dark Parables: The Final Cinderella

Previous Review In Dark Parables Series:

Curse of Briar Rose | The Exiled Prince | Rise Of Snow Queen | Red Riding Hood Sister

In original Cinderella tales, Godmother is very kind fairy who helped Cinderella transform her appearance so she can attend The Ball in the castle. But what if Godmother transform girl into the glass to find the pure-hearted one?


The 5th installment of famous series created by Blue Tea Games will take you to unexpected adventure. But if you already play all four previous game, you probably notice the signature of Dark Parables: fragmented HOS and the morphing object. And don’t forget pieces of parables. Read the story of Godmother’s origin, The Final Cinderella and more.
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{REVIEW} Howville: The Dark Past

Developer: N-Tri Studio

Rachel escaped from mental institution with stolen vehicle and going to forbidden area to finds her father who disappear a years ago. Can she meet her father and discover the dark secrets of him?

Howville - The Dark Past

The synopsis is sound cliche, right? That was I thought before. It may sound cliche, but not for gameplay. Usually, when we arrive at location, we’ll able to move another location in order to collect another inventory item, but in Howville: The Dark Past, you’re not. If you want to move to another location, solve the current location first. This way will make you more focus to solve HOS, puzzle or minigame.
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{REVIEW} Dark Parables: Red Riding Hood Sister

Previous Review:

Curse of Briar Rose | The Exiled Prince | Rise Of The Snow Queen

A mysterious wolf suddenly attack human. One day, a girl ran away and saved by Leader of Red Riding Hood Sister. Unfortunately, Teresa, the leader, killed by Wolf Queen. Not only their leader die, the whole Sisters is captured! Can Detective rescue all of them and stop Wolf Queen?

Dark Parables 4

The gameplay concept is same but it doesn’t bored me. It become more solid and very fun. Gorgeous hand-painted cutscenes, amazing voice over, the challenge to find morphing object and collecting parables to learn more about Red Riding Hood Sisters and sad story about two childhood friends.
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{REVIEW} Living Legends: Wrath of The Beast

Developer: 4 Friends Game

Previous review:

Ice Rose | Frozen Beauty

It’s been three years since Goldilocks passed away. Suddenly, the Fortress get attacked by bear and as Goldilocks’s only son, it’s your duty to stop those bear before it too late. Will you able discover the truth behind these attack? Who is the robe man that spreading winter weather whenever he goes?

Living Legends - Wrath of Beast

First of all, are they use the same background music from previous game????

Well, actually that’s not big deal. I just surprised because I already play two games of Living Legends and still listening the same music. The music itself isn’t bad. It haunting me, sad and scary at same time. I just can’t believe there’s developer use same music for one series. Okay, that’s not rant. I’m just surprised (I say it again) and this is my first time having these kind of experience
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{REVIEW} Dark Parables: Rise Of The Snow Queen

Previous review in Dark Parables series:

Curse of Briar Rose | The Exiled Prince

Several kids are disappear and the survives one witness the appearance of Snow Queen. It’s possibble there’s any relation between these events and endless winter which occur recently. As Detective, it’s your job to save those kids. But while investigate, you another Queen’s secrets involved The Legendary of Golden Child. Will you able to discover why and save all kids before the worlds ends up in winter forever?

Dark Parables 3 - Rise of the Snow Queen1


Like the previous games of Dark Parables, you’ll have to solve several fragmented HOS, puzzle and minigames before you can save the kids. During the game, you’ll also find fragmen of Parables. In Parables, you’ll find the connection between James, The Exiled Prince and Snow Queen, also the Legend of Golden Child which makes these kidnapping happens.
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