Welcome to the Hallowe’en season over at gamergal.exe! It’s my favourite time of the year, so for the next 6 days running up to Hallowe’en, I’ll be presenting a post each day with a Hallowe’en theme and bringing my good friend WesleyWhale back once again to join me.Continue reading “The Horror Tag”
A’hoy me ‘arties, welc’me t’ anoth’r Seriously Geeky Sundays post wi’ prompts fr’m Heather at Just Geeking By! In case yer couldn’t tell, t’is week be all ’bout pirates, so grab y’self a barr’l o’ grog, join yer fello’ buccaneers, sea dogs ‘n’ lan’lubbers… e’en those ‘ho’re three sheets t’ the wind alr’dy! All hand hoy! Weigh anchor and hoist the mizzen! Avast ye!Continue reading “Seriously Geeky Sundays: Ahoy Matey!”
Today, I’m straying away from my usual topic of gaming to share my other passion – music. This post is my take on ‘The K-Pop Tag’ by Michelle over at a Geek Girl’s Guide, but I changed it to J-Pop instead. For me, J-Pop covers a whole variation of Japanese music including J-Rock, EDM, Utaite and Vocaloid music as well as the typical Pop chart music (although theirs’s is so much different to what we have here in the UK), so you can expect a selection of genres within this post.Continue reading “The J-Pop Tag”
It’s Sunday again which means it’s time to take part in another Seriously Geeky Sundays prompt created by Heather over at Just Geeking By! This week’s theme is all about stories due to today being Roald Dahl day.Continue reading “Seriously Geeky Sundays: Story Time”
This week, it seems like we’re all going back to school: Fandom Style! It’s been quite some time since I was at school and I’m definitely glad that all behind me, but it’s been pretty fun to imagine what school life might be like in a universe that’s quite different to the reality we live it. Thanks to Heather at Just Geeking By for these Seriously Geeky Sundays prompts!
August 31st marked Hatsune Miku‘s [初音ミク] 13th anniversary! As a fan of Vocaloid music (and genres stemmed from Vocaloid), I decided to put together a post containing 13 songs that come to mind when I think “Miku” and a short bio about each producer. I’ve written the English and Japanese titles for both the songs and the artists of each listing in case anyone will find this useful.
As Hallowe’en is my favourite time of the year, I thought I’d share my Hallowe’en music playlist. Other than gaming, music is another huge part of my life and I suppose you could say I have an obscure taste. I understand this post probably won’t be of interest to my usual audience, but the utattemita community means a lot to me and I’d love to show my appreciation for these artists once in a while.