It has been one heck of a ride watching season one through fifteen of Supernatural. So much has happened, and so much has changed. It's insane. Sam and Dean both died and came back to life more times than I can remember. It's great they keep coming back because there wouldn't be a show without those two. You have to include Castiel, who has been a considerable part of the series as well. I might be wrong in saying this, but I didn't notice too much of a change in Castiel from the time you first meet him until season fifteen. He defiantly gains an understanding of humans, and it really shows through with Jack. Castiel defiantly keeps his emotionless monotone voice, which makes some things pretty funny.
When I first came across Fire Force, just the name alone caught my attention. I knew it had to be an anime about firefighters, and it is. They aren’t just any firefighters. Of course, they’re not. Anime are never what they seem, and that makes or breaks them. After reading the description, I knew I had to see it.
Every living thing on earth has been turned to stone because of a mysterious light. It just happens to occur on the day that Taiju finally has enough courage to confess his love. Due to this mysterious light, Taiju doesn't get the chance to do that. After all, it only took Taiju five years to decide to tell her. I can see Taiju as your typical hopeless romantic. He is defiantly Senku's sidekick, so to speak.
In the world of Plunderer, every individual must count something. They are ruled by the number that is placed somewhere on the individual's body. I found that to be an exciting concept. It causes people in this post-apocalyptic world to focus on their number. The huge downside is that if you come across someone with a higher number, they are above you.
Overall I loved the game. It was a lot of fun to play. Luigi's Mansion 3 is fun, addicting, and tricky. It is challenging, in some cases, mostly tricky. Some people would probably call the game annoying, and I completely support that.