The people comparing SAO and Log Horizon need to realize the two have such fundamentally different goals and themes they want to convey. They both utilize the premise of 'stuck-in-an-MMO' for different points. SAO used it as a crisis for Kirito to save the day and go on a fantasty-like journey. Log Horizon uses it on a … » 3/25/14 12:04pm 3/25/14 12:04pm

So much good advice here. I'd say the most important is definitely "Take Advantages of the Resources Colleges Offer," because in a more general way, that definitely includes the "The Friendships You Make in College Can Get You a Job Later," "Get to Know Your Professors," and "Study Abroad if at all Possible" bulletins. There… » 3/07/14 1:27pm 3/07/14 1:27pm

Thank you. It's always such a punch to the gut to see the outrageous victim blaming I see in the Kotaku comments whenever this subject comes up. And, hell, the TOP TWO most recommended posts were essentially EXACTLY what you're talking about. Vocal posts and articles like these are needed because the core audience that … » 2/26/14 1:24pm 2/26/14 1:24pm

Witch Craft Work's ending theme is never gonna get old for me. "Wicchi wicchi" is just too catchy, and seeing the "Team Rocket" of the series casually be tortured like Salem witches is just amusing. They also have been gradually adding characters to that pan over part where they show the two different sides for witches. » 2/25/14 1:10pm 2/25/14 1:10pm