-A Mini Review of a Mini Con- Mini-Mini Con is a free to attend convention in San Antonio. This year it was great. It truly felt like a convention rather than just a promotional event for San-Japan. They had panels, gaming area, meet-ups, events, and a cosplay contest. I checked out the artist alley with my friends first. There were booths along the first and second floor that were well spread out. Some booths were from organizations such as the local library and college clubs selling baked goods. We found a karaoke room as well as musicians performing on the mall’s stage. There were video game tournaments going on as well as some free to play games. A friend and I were excited about the Ita bag meet-up. Just some weeks before we decided we wanted to make a bag to decorate. Ita bags are usually small backpacks or purses adorned with buttons, key chains, and other items that can be displayed. The bags usually have a transparent plastic covering to protect the items. The …
Hey everyone! I’m getting ready for San Japan starting this weekend. So I won’t have an update until after Labor Day! I will be cosplaying as a Pokemon trainer inspired by the maid from the Battle Mansion. If all goes well, I will be putting together a Vlog about San Japan and post a new journal/planner video. Excuse me as I prepare to hunt down adorable collectables, stationary, and maybe catch a concert. I will be sure to let you know all about the convention. I hope you guys have fun and stay safe this Labor Day.
I didn’t imagine I would ever get into a mobile app phone game. Usually I get bored within a short time, but this is the most fun and promising game yet. I had to try it as a fan of Pokemon. I love their games! I went out Sunday and saw hoards of people walking together, couples strolling in parks, and parents with their kids looking for Pokemon. I found myself being asked by my co-workers about the game, because people came in looking for Pokemon. It surprised me how quickly people have picked up the game. I’ve heard there will be many improvements headed our way; There will be new game mechanics such as leader scoreboards and customization of gyms. That will keep me intrigued to see what amazing things come.
April 2-3 Mizuumi-Con Hey guys! I wanted to tell you about Mizuumi Con this year. For the first time it was a two day event instead of one. It takes place at a beautiful college by a lake with geese. It is a great place to have a photo shoot done if you’re a cosplayer or lolita. The architecture makes a great place to pose.
My boyfriend and I went to Mizuumi Con last Saturday. It’s held at at a local University. It was fun despite the dreary wet weather! This convention is a one day event with panels, vendors, food stands, and artists! It has a pretty chill atmosphere and is family friendly.
A play through of Tormentum – Dark Sorrow Demo I was attracted by the dark fantasy artwork of this 2D horror game and had to check it out. Puzzles and bizarre creatures are around every corner!
Pax South was so fun! I went Friday and met up with friends and my boyfriend. To prepare I packed a bunch of food and snacks (I have food allergies), my 3DS, hair mousse, hand sanitizer (germs!), and a camera of course. It was so packed there and the first thing is saw was the huge glowing Twitch booth and the Alienware car that lights up. Holy crap it looks just like the magazines. I just walked around for awhile it was so overwhelming! There are demos and games for sale everywhere! There was a huge line to try Gigantic and it was super crowded at the Nintendo booth! Nintendo brought out the new 3DS to try with demos for Majora’s Mask, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (demo), Mario Kart, and a few others.