Digital Eccentricities

My little corner of the Tumblrverse, where quirk is king.

Who am I? Probably too old to have a blog on Tumblr, that's who I am. But mostly, I watch a lot of anime. A LOT of anime. And for some ungodly reason, I felt like setting something up to blog about it on here.

Here you'll find reblogs and random musings of anything and everything that strikes my fancy; mostly anime and weird Japanese stuff, but science, odd technology and the weirdness of internet culture take close seconds.

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The main cast of Persona 4, as featured on the cover of the Persona Club P4 Fan Book.

"It’s hard to face yourself." - Yosuke Hanamura

Persona 4. So many thoughts come to mind when it comes to the “swan song” video game of the Sony PlayStation 2 era. Critically-acclaimed. A great reminder of what Japanese RPGs are all about. A lovable cast of characters. The “Scooby-Doo”-like plot. The game’s look at homosexuality. To think that a 2008 PlayStation 2 game released at the end of the console’s life cycle would go on to become a media juggernaut (anime, manga, monthly magazine, fighting game, PlayStation Vita remake, spin-off light novels, and even a live-action play!) in late 2011/early 2012 can be a shock to many fans as the title is still considered to be very niche. However, the passion of the Persona 4 fandom has kept the game relevant. It might be attributed to the central theme of “facing yourself” and a much-bigger emphasis on characterization (compared to P4’s predecessor, Persona 3) as the two key components that resonate very well with the fandom and keeping the Persona series alive. 

(This entry might contain spoilers for those who haven’t seen the anime or played the game.)…

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Shoji Meguro,
Persona 4 Original Soundtrack

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"Heartbeat, Heartbreak"

Persona 4 Original Soundtrack

It’s a Persona kind of day.