About John Sato (blog): If the subtitle didn't give it away, John Sato is a blog about anime and video games. I write both reviews and editorials in relatively equal amounts. I also occasionally branch out into other topics, mainly my newest hobby of blogging. As for my writing style, I tend to use a lot of words (this is especially true of my earlier stuff) and try to give at least a moderately complete picture of what I'm writing on. The blog was created on December 26th, 2011. I will go ahead and blame youthful naivety for creating it on Blogger instead of Wordpress (which is apparently where all the hip cool kids blog about anime).
I sometimes use images from other sites. If I
use a fair amount (read: more than one), chances are that I've already
credited the source in the post, but if not please let me know. If you
see any image of yours on the site and you want it to not be on the
site, just let me know and I'll try to get things sorted out as soon as
possible. Obviously, I claim no ownership of any of the products I
review or anything like that.
About John Sato (blogger): I'm a college student who tutors mathematics (and formerly writing). I've been watching anime for several years now and have been playing video games since I was kid. I still am (and always will be) fresh meat in the blogosphere, so please pardon me if I come off as a little. . .unlearned. I tend to play and review retro (1995-2005) computer games, though I'm not adverse to new/console games. In case you were wondering, John Sato is a reference to the Working!! character Jun Sato, although I only realized this after I started using it. I'm also a founding member of The Classiest Anime, a 100% serious blog, and an occasional contributor to O-NEW.
P.S. I couldn't find a good enough excuse to erase some of my. . .less-preferred posts from existence, so instead I compiled a list of what I see as a few of the better posts I've conjured up in my time blogging.
Sankarea, Nazo no Kanojo X, and Fanservice
Why Girls Und Panzer Hasn't Tanked Yet
The Transience of Video Games: An Archival Problem
Hotline Miami Review
P.P.S. Since I use a slightly different scale to rate things than most, taking a look at my Review & Rating Guide page may help you get more out of my reviews. Thanks for dropping by!