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Dragon Ball: The Breakers Arrives Next Year, but Closed Beta is Now!

DragonBall: The Breakers is due out next year for all major platforms without a definite date in sight. Although many contemporary licensed games based on anime are of the 1-on-1 … Continue readingDragon Ball: The Breakers Arrives Next Year, but Closed Beta is Now!

Crunchyroll’s Big Plans for Anime NYC

Crunchyroll is a central figure of Anime NYC and has been for a few years now. What is known as powering Anime NYC they are the life battery or backbone … Continue readingCrunchyroll’s Big Plans for Anime NYC

Funimation Bringing The My Hero Academia Live Concert to Anime NYC-Nov. 19th

Funimation, the market leader in bringing anime to the forefront of audiences worldwide, is orchestrating a celebratory event of plus ultra proportions when the music of composer Yuki Hayashi comes … Continue readingFunimation Bringing The My Hero Academia Live Concert to Anime NYC-Nov. 19th

Princess Connect! Re: Dive Decks the Halls 

Have you checked out the latest mobile game from Crunchyroll? Princess Connect! Re: Dive is published by Crunchyroll Games, the interactive publishing and distribution division within Crunchyroll, in collaboration with … Continue readingPrincess Connect! Re: Dive Decks the Halls 

You’ll Soon be Able to Use Your Hori Split Pad on the Big Screen

At the beginning of this year, we took a look at the Hori Split Pad Pro, a somewhat expensive alternative to Nintendo’s finicky joy cons. Although this controller does have its … Continue readingYou’ll Soon be Able to Use Your Hori Split Pad on the Big Screen

Demon Turf Brings Style and Innovation to a Familiar Genre

Marketed as “The 3D Platformer with Attitude!”, Demon Turf was revealed early last year as the next in line from Slime San developer Fabraz. Although the platforming genre is admittedly quite crowded, the reveal … Continue readingDemon Turf Brings Style and Innovation to a Familiar Genre