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There's only 10 days left till it's Halloween! So during this time, I would like talk a bit about some Halloween themed anime (coz we r all weebs). Halloween anime include some features such as demons, monsters, spirits and any other supernatural subjects (or can just be scary). Some great Halloween anime are Demon Slayer, Soul Eater, The Promised Neverland and B: The Beginning. Even though anime with monsters and supernatural events are automatically Halloween themed anime, it doesn't necessary have to be horror or thriller. For example, Demon Slayer. Demon Slayer has a little bit of thriller in it, but it is mainly adventure and action. Sometimes, an anime is not Halloween themed, but there are some scenes and arcs that have Halloween themes, such as Thriller Bark arc in One Piece. But overall some scares and some horror and thriller are quite good, even in comedy and slice of life anime, or so I believe.
This game was one of my favourites, while being my favourite Horror game. It explores the concept of ghost attacks, purifications, catharsis, possessions and a little bit of time travel in the end. The backstory was very good and touching, and the game was well composed based on the backstory. However, I feel like the endings could've been better. The only ending that makes you satisfied is where you save the brother by time travelling and you make sure everyone is happy and stuff, but the rest of the endings make you feel lingered as you either never save the brother, leave a girl behind to sacrifice to the ghosts and everyone will forget about her, or be selfish and make everyone like you while also leaving the girl behind. Also, the end of the endings features a picture that includes the survivors, and the brother if you save him, and you zoom out, and you time travel back to a short while before the story, and you continue in this cycle. There is a secret ending where you can stop the loop, but I don't know how to achieve the ending. But in all, the game was beautiful, especially the art. This is definitely one of the only games I want to replay (I hate replaying games and re-watching animes and shows). I also loved the official ARG version of this game, which served as a real ending, but most people wouldn't know about it since it was not very big, and it was not worldwide. I like western horror because most of the time they have some sort of story, which would always make me cry. However, eastern horror is mainly about the scares, trapped in a school or bloody room, or some sort of apocalypse or bloody murder; I don't really like those. So games like FNAF and Slender Man, I don't like; not they're scary, just because it's not my tea. One example of a Western Horror I loved was the Rusty Lake series. It was mysterious, not very scary and doesn't include any sort of jump scares and stuff, but it has an eerie vibe around the games, and it explores many subjects, such as ghosts, murder, paradox, furries (weebs go brrrrr), room escape and many more. It is another beautiful game series, which will stay in my hear forever. One eastern horror I enjoyed, is Detention, based in the 1960 of Taiwan. The games was like many other eastern horror, trapped in a school, some sort of dead coming alive, jump scares and stuff, but the backstory was super touching and the ending did make me cry, so it has been one of my favourite horror games as well. I also love Danganronpa, even though it's more mystery than thriller or horror. OXENFREE: Rusty Lake Series: Detention: Danganronpa:
Spent 1 minute on this story. Don't expect much from my lazy ass.. There once was a very curious shapeshifting kitty whom loved playing with dangerous things. She was so evil that she had to be abandoned and put up for adoption. The pet shop's owner had the mischievous little demon returned to her countless times. *Is awaiting to be adopted by her new owner(s) with a grin on her face* Kitty's current mood: