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To celebrate my new headphones, I put together this playlist with my favorite openings, endings and musical moments...


Enjoy! 😆

Just tried the shareware versions of Quake, Quake II and RTCW in VR... 🤯


Mayoiga (anime): Classic "group of teens experiencing mysterious paranormal events" plot, mixed with psychological elements. The show includes all possible stereotypical characters. Entertaining for sure, but the ending seems rushed.


BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense (anime);

Hard not to be biased, since I am a huge fan of VR and MMOs. I like how this show depicts many of the social interactions I witnessed in old school MMOs, like Ultima Online or Tibia. There's basically no plot, it just follows the game-life of this OP player. It's full of laughing material. It's really easy to enjoy it for what it is.


Ocean Waves (film); It's not easy to explain why is so enjoyable. I think Studio Ghibli did a great work animating the novel. The world and characters feel so real. It's loaded with nostalgia, as well.


Sword Art Online: Alicization - War of Underworld (anime); Watch it, only if you are a fan of the series already. That's it, oh, good visuals!


Ni no Kuni (film); Beautiful ghibli-like visuals and soundtrack by Joe Hisaishi. The plot is entertaining but, somehow, some aspects feel a bit bland and underdeveloped. I haven't played any of the games, so I might be missing something.

I would still recommend to anyone looking for a different twist in the Isekai genre.


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