Sunday, October 13, 2013


Hey everyone I did some work on the site. I decided to make it more user friendly by creating  theme pages that have the reviews listed on them. I hope this helps you out those who wrote to me telling me my site is difficult to navigate.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013


I hope you guys like the new layout and style of the site. It took a lot of searching and thinking to pick out this template.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

That Anime Snob's: Anime Truths (1#) Exposure through the Kubler Ross model

Hey there I did a fun project with a good friend of mine where I'm the narrator. So I hope you enjoy it.

In case it doesn't work here's the link

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

News and Updates

hey everyone sorry for poofing. my computer broke and took a long time to get the money to fix it.

Jackren Logan will no longer work with the hobo corner due to being different positions in life.

coming reviews

The Sims 2
My Bride Is A Mermaid
Rusty Hearts

might not be in that order but they'll be out.

thanks for hanging in there with me.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Black Butler 2 Review



Thursday, November 29, 2012

Resident Evil 6 Review By Jackren Logan

Resident Evil 6 Review By: Jackren Logan.Platform: PS3, XBox360. Anyway, let's start with play-ability. It's pretty top notch. Finally Capcom made an RE game where you can aim and move at the same time. Although they implemented this in RE:Revelations (Nintendo 3DS) and RE:Operation Raccoon City (PS3) beforehand, RE:6 is an actual progression to the story rather than a prequel or some dimensional time rift alternate story that pokes many holes in the actual RE time-line. But, they took out the  blind fire ability that they used in Operation Raccoon City so sorry. No shooting randomly at anything that moves and hoping to god you hit something while screaming like a little girl. Another little side note, in Revelations they implemented a Gyro system aiming mechanism which I thought was amazing. They really should have put it in RE6 but they didn't because the XBox360 controller does not have 6 axis controller technology, thus waving the controller like a mad man does nothing. So thanks a lot Microsoft for screwing us out of another good thing.So, let me just start off by saying this was a great game in my opinion. Resident Evil 6 is a 3rd person, over the shoulder action/survival/horror/zombie/psycho C-virusing steroid popping enemies killing game. Huh, say that five times fast.Moving on... Graphics are pretty damned good as well. A few flaws here and there. It's all very realistic until you get to Leon's hair. No matter what happens, explosions, going under water, being attacked at every turn, stabbed, punched, shot, crushed, nothing affects his hair. It is perfect all the way through... Pretty boy...Game perks, here we go. Cool things about RE6 is that it has 3 playable stories to start off with, each having two playable characters to choose from and once all stories have been completed once, you unlock a 4th story that will allow you to see Ada's part in the story and how much she really affected the plot-line in a positive way although she has a lot of crappy one-liners. And I mean crappy. Some of this stuff makes my stomach cringe. But onto more positive parts. The story is Co-op capable throughout the entire story except for Ada's story with which you have to play on your own.Multi player. There actually isn't much of a multi player feel to the game to be honest. Mercenaries mode is a 2 player Co-op mode where you must survive throughout the time limit or reach 150 kills before time runs out. Pretty simple to say the least. Then there is a new mode that takes the place of Versus mode originally for RE5 called Agent Hunt. In this mode, you simply join another players game but as an enemy. You can be anything from a simple zombie to a Napad brutish Arnold Schwarzengerman thing. It's pretty entertaining. Controls are kind of sluggish for this mode but that just makes it all the more satisfying when you succeed.The story is very rich and ties all of the main games together and everything starts to make sense. And a few questions will be answered only in Ada's story so be sure to beat the game all the way through. One major story flaw I found on my first play through though is that there were way too many overly convenient things happening in the game. Kill an enemy, they fall, hit a sign, sign becomes bridge that leads you directly where you need to go. It's pretty stupid in that respect. But outside of that it's a great game and I'd recommend it to anyone and everyone. Although, if you don't want to be confused, I would suggest playing through the other games first. Which there is an RE6: Special Edition that contains all of the previous main games, or you can go on PSN and get them on their as well as RE:Code Veronica X HD and RE4 HD. And of course if you're a PlayStation Plus member, you can get RE5: Gold Edition free.

Back to RE6. I rate this game a solid 9/10. Great story, great graphics, great play-ability. But there's no blind fire and it can be pretty annoying with how overly convenient it is.This was a review by Jackren Logan, I hope you guys found it entertaining, insightful and/or useful. I'm signing off.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Coming Soon

Things that are coming soon well reviews from Hobo Girl.

August sometime: Kuroshitsuji 2 (Black Butler 2)

September sometime:  SOAP the TV show

October sometime: The sims 2 review
(possible halloween special)

Note this will all be in video format hopefully I'll find a solution to being invisble.

Also I'm still taking requests to review stuff and I'm covering some of them in the coming episodes.
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