2024#13 | Really don't want to think about the title

There were actually quite a few things happening this week, but I couldn't bring myself to write.


I went out with my camera last weekend and took some photos. Spring nature is really full of vitality, with everything being green and tender. This is the time of year when flowers bloom the most, and there are flowers and plants everywhere. If only people had the same energy, we could happily roll around in the grass.

I took some photos of a girl in a Hanfu dress, and they turned out really nice. She didn't like the Hanfu dress, but I thought it looked good (actually, everyone else thought it looked good except for the girl in the Hanfu dress).

A sunny day after the rain

There have been a lot of heavy rains in spring, and the sunny days after the rain are the most beautiful.

Tokyo Revengers Season 1#

It's an interesting drama (not sure if it's a Japanese drama or an American one). The beginning is quite plain, although there is an undercurrent of tension.

The protagonist is a foreigner who joins a Japanese newspaper to report on social news. The setting is somewhat similar to William in "Nioh". The main plot revolves around a gang from outside Tokyo trying to take over the local gang. The internal conflicts within the gang cause social unrest. The male protagonist stands out among a group of Asian journalists, and everyone knows it's him when they mention the foreign journalist. He focuses on reporting on this gang.

I'm not sure about the significance of the female lead in the drama. Maybe she's meant to be the thread that leads the male protagonist into the story, but her role seems limited. As for Sato, although he's somewhat handsome, it's not clear what he really wants. Sometimes he's like a little wolf, sometimes a loyal dog, sometimes he wants to leave the underworld, and sometimes he protects his boss. It's hard to figure him out.

BBQ rating: 8.6/10. I really like the color tone of the shots, but most of the drama is quite plain, and you can only hear the sound of the undercurrent. The climax is in the last episode, and it feels frustrating to watch. If I didn't know there was a second season, I would have thought everyone gave up...

Ryu Ga Gotoku 8 (Yakuza: Like a Dragon)#

After watching the first season of Tokyo Revengers, I don't know why, but it made me think of Ryu Ga Gotoku. I heard that Ryu Ga Gotoku 8 is quite fun, so I downloaded it.

Haruka Kasuga is really cute. Although she starts off as a serious contract worker and has a more righteous mindset than the evening news, it's really hard to resist someone so cute.

No immersion

The only downside is that he is the main character, and I have to immerse myself in him, but he's too proactive. JRPG immersion fail!

But since Ryu Ga Gotoku 7, everything has been moving in a positive direction for everyone, which is comforting. Unless something unexpected happens, something unexpected is about to happen.


After being falsely accused by a VTuber, everything suddenly became heavy. It's such a good person being falsely accused, losing their job, and having to bear the burden of a bad reputation while walking on the street.

The Oath of Three Outcasts

The wine-red suit is really cool, but the perspective of the passerby is too harmonious.

The main battlefield in this generation is no longer Kamurocho or the Red Light District from the 7th generation, but Hawaii. The feeling I get from Ryu Ga Gotoku 8 is that the cost of living in America is really high. And Japanese passports are really strong, even former unemployed wanderers from the underworld can easily go abroad.

A rotten stick sells for $50!

And the legendary character from Ryu Ga Gotoku 0 to Ryu Ga Gotoku 6, Kazuma Kiryu, actually got cancer due to Japanese nuclear wastewater. It's really lamentable. Sega actually has a sense of social responsibility, and it's okay to include some personal opinions.


Famous paintings

Entries for the 2024 BBQ Photography Contest

Entries for the 2024 BBQ Photography Contest

Can't play games anymore#

Lately, I've been understanding more and more what it means to have "the heart willing but the strength lacking". It's not that I don't want to play Ryu Ga Gotoku, it's actually quite fun, but I just don't have the energy to play, so I haven't finished it yet.

The Western ginseng I bought last week probably wasn't stored properly, so it got moldy when I took it out this week. So I ate another red ginseng, but the effect is almost non-existent.

My sleep quality has also been poor. Yesterday, I couldn't breathe in my dream and was kicked out of it. I took a few deep breaths and went back to sleep.

I haven't played Code Vein and Arknights for two days. My interest in mobile games comes and goes in waves. I've been playing intensively for about forty to fifty days, logging in every day to clear my stamina.

Feeling uncomfortable... I was going to procrastinate on this week's journal, but I forced myself to write it out. It was a struggle.

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