Monthly Archive: February, 2014

On Love, Romance, and Game Mechanics

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Well, February is almost done. For some, this month is a big deal: the scent of romance permeates the atmosphere, and the looming threat of Valentine’s Day brings stress to singles and couples… Continue reading

Nevermind: The Game that will Challenge Your Mind

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We all love our romance, but what if your heart was uncomfortably related to the game you’re playing? Nevermind is a one person horror game that takes you into the dark areas of… Continue reading

Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Review

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If there’s one thing with the anime community nowadays that really cheeses my beans, it’s the way the term “romance” gets thrown around all willy-nilly onto any series people feel like. The term… Continue reading

Mirai Nikki

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Mirai Nikki is pretty insane. No, seriously, this anime is crazy. And so, I thought, why not write about it for the wonderful month of February, known for romance, love, and psycho girlfriends.… Continue reading

Romanticism of Entertainment

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If you have ever finished a video game, manga series, anime show, TV series, or book (series), chances are at one point in your life you wished that the settings, as well as… Continue reading

Stop and Smell the Flowers…

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Aoi Hana, or Sweet Blue Flowers, is an example of a well-defined manga. It’s not open ended since the manga finished in July of 2013, but as there are certainly enough other ongoing… Continue reading

An Aside on Modern Family

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JAY! JAY! JAY! The emphatic love of Modern Family seems to surround the Pritchett family. For those who don’t follow the show, Jay is the old divorced man who married an exuberant young… Continue reading

February News

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Hello everyone! With February finally here, The Vault team has decided to get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day with this month’s theme of all things romance, to some degree or another. We’ve… Continue reading