A friend whom I just recently converted to a Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni (When They Cry) fan shared me Punynari’s blog. He posted something about visiting a place in Japan called Shirakawa-Go, an ancient city claimed to be the model for the anime’s fictional rural town of Hinamizawa. And oh my, the photos he [...]
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13 more days until Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kira File.01! And to keep fans like myself from going crazy over the agonizing wait, here are some rare Higurashi stuff I’ve found online – specifically the English translations of the poems presented at the beginning of each chapter in the original visual novel game. I [...]
The anime production company Frontier Works announced in their official Twitter account that a new OVA series, Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni Kira, is going to launch to mark the Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni horror franchise’s 10th anniversary. There will be 4 new episodes in this OVA. Of course, the original creators Ryukishi07 and [...]
To all avid fans of loli-killers: I am proud to present to you Higurashi Daybreak: Kai! A really awesome 3D PC/PSP doujin fighting game + expansion based on Higurashi No Naku Koro Ni, starring almost all of the anime’s cast. If you haven’t watched the series yet, click here and get going! The game is [...]
Here’s part 2! You can read part 1 here. 8. Repetitive name yelling Ever see characters spending quite some time and effort emotionally yelling their names to each other? The more they say their names, the more intense the scene becomes. The photo above comes from a parody in Minami-ke where the heroines watch a [...]
I never really watched anime that much anymore after high school, but this got me hooked me up again. I found out about Higurashi when a friend who went to Japan gave me Deformation Maniac Figures of some of its characters. I got curious on what kind of anime it was, and voila! I was [...]
Upon watching series after series, I’ve noticed recurring patterns in anime that would almost make them rather stereotypical. They’re fun, and it certainly makes watching a new batch of series with a sense of familiarity. On the downside of course, one would know what to expect next. It’s just a matter of how they’d play [...]