Link Loves: PS2 Games in the Attic, Why We Still Love Anime, and Are Video Games Healthy?

Welcome to the nineteenth installment of Link Loves. These posts are all about my favorite links of the week! It can include bloggers, articles, news, and other cool links I’m enjoying. If you have a favorite blogger or article, share them with me in the comments!


Ty-chama of Watashi wa bucho!! created the “Why I Still Love Anime” challenge in October. I was super excited to read about it and still want to participate soon. If you love anime, I highly recommend checking out the posts of the bloggers who has participated so far.


The Well-Red Mage has plenty is amazing content but this latest post caught my eye for obvious reasons. He asks “How can video games be healthy?” Again, another post I really look forward to writing my own post on after the success of some of my other mental health posts. I encourage you to check out Well-Red Mage’s answer as well as the articles he’s provided towards the end of the post.


Cactus Matt of Anime Quanda takes on Harem Anime in their post “Taking the Harem Out of Harems: 10 Complaints and Rebuttals About Harem Anime.” Cactus Matt approaches each point with sarcasm, humor, and well thought out responses that I appreciate from blogs. I love posts that challenge opinions and this post was simply fantastic.


Hundstrasse takes us back with his PS2 game haul from his childhood home’s attic. This was quite a nostalgic trip for me so I really appreciated Hundstrasse taking me along. Of course, it wrapped up with one of my all time favorite PS2 games: Silent Hill 2. Check out the post here to take a look back at some of your favorite PS2 games!

What are your favorite links this week? Got a new favorite blogger? Tell me in the comments!


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10 thoughts on “Link Loves: PS2 Games in the Attic, Why We Still Love Anime, and Are Video Games Healthy?

  1. Thank-you for the shout-out! Fun fact: Silent Hill 2 is one of my favourite games too! Have you played the remainder of the series? Origins was actually developed in the city I used to live in!

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