The site (which is available both in English and in Spanish) will let collectors socialize as they would do in sites like Facebook, but based on these items that they have amassed. The actual collections become the real stars of the show here. The main page highlights both collections on the whole and individual items, and the ones that are more popular among site visitors are likewise showcased.
Creating a collection is done very quickly, as you simply look for the items and start adding them one by one until you come up with a list that reflects what sits on your shelves from top to bottom.
For some reason, a very representative number of featured collections revolve around anime and manga. Not that I am complaining, I am enamoured with these things. But I know not everybody does. A little variety wouldn’t hurt, but that is no indictment on the site. It is up to the ones who use it to add some diversity.
Nakoko.com In Their Own Words
“Manage your books, videogames, movies, figures and CDs and meet people with your same taste.”
Why Nakoko.com It Might Be A Killer
It is a very neat way to share your passions with the world.
Some Questions About Nakoko.com
How many images can you add? Is there a limit, or can you have as many as you want?