NIS Interactive may be best known for the Disgaea franchise, among other tactical role-playing games. However, the team isn’t afraid to step outside of this genre, as proven by the recently rereleased Prinny games. … Continue reading Poison Control is the Shooter/RPG Hybrid with Franchise Potential
Attention all Toku/Tokusatsu fans!! Most Toku fans, in some form or another, appreciate Japanese Rock and Japanese Pop music too. The opening sequence and song for a Toku show are … Continue reading The Pairing of a Girls Idol Group and Kamen Rider
When it comes to Mario’s 3D adventures, it would appear that there are two types of fans- those who prefer the open-world formula (Super Mario 64, Super Mario Odyssey) and … Continue reading Bowser’s Fury is the Framework for the Next Grand Mario Adventure
Have you been tuning in to watch Promised Neverland Season 2? It’s been creating quite an uprising in fans over the weeks and months. Anime fans reading the manga of … Continue reading Light Novel, Manga, Anime. How the Direction Can Make or Break an Anime.
Big fans of Demon Slayer have come to know this Artist, LiSA. Yes, she created the opening song Gurenge for the anime Demon Slayer, which boosted her to unspeakable fandom. … Continue reading LiSA Holds Online Concert to Celebrate 5th Album Release
As many of you already know, the Sony Playstation 5 comes bundled with a free game known as Astro’s Playroom. I’ll cut right to the chase and say that its PS4 VR … Continue reading Team Asobi Doesn’t Have Plans for an Astro Bot Sequel and It’s a Shame
Suppose I’ve learned anything at all about my favorite genre over the years. In that case, it’s that smaller developers love to experiment with it. Pairing the platformer with other genres is … Continue reading Platforming and Rice-Farming Get Hitched in XSEED’s Latest Success Story
Turkey day is right around the corner, but that’s not the only thing worth celebrating this week. The Super Famicom turned 30 on November 21. While you probably know me … Continue reading A Look Back At The Super Famicom