Well, over this weekend we celebrated 3 birthdays, my dad's, my brother's, and my own. See, our birthdays are all one week apart (My brother: the 13th, my dad: the 20th, and mine: the 26th) and since my brother lives out of state it is impractical to have him visit once every week for three weeks, so we combined all of our respective birthday celebrations on one day. Which of course means I got my birthday gifts sooner! I received: Atelier Meruru, Dragon Quest VI, and Radiant Historia. Although, it is odd that I'm constantly not getting new 3DS games. Seriously, the three 3DS games I own, I bought with my own money or gift cards. Anyway, we also went to see Iron Man 3, which is pretty good. It has everything we come to expect from Iron Man, the lovable jerk in Tony Stark, amazing CGI effects, and more Iron Man suits than you can shake a robotic arm at. Anyway, I'm not here to talk about a drunk multimillionaire wasting his money on tools that can save the world. I'm here to talk about a tiny Japanese girl hanging out in 19th century Paris in the anime Croisee in a Foreign Labyrinth.
|"It followed me home, can I keep it!?"|
|The Power of Bread!|
|Must... Reach... Cat!|
If I had to summarize Croisee in a Foreign Labyrinth in one word it would be "Adorable." Just everything about this series is so sweet it makes your teeth rot just by watching it. Not just because Yune is genetically engineered to be the cutest thing in all of existence (although that is a large portion of it), but there is also a lot of scenes that are not only funny but endearing as well. If you want a series you can relax to and take it easy, then Croisee in a Foreign Labyrinth is a great anime to check out. Highly Recommended.
Until next time.