The shoot ’em up genre is in and of itself a very niche genre, often aimed at the most hardcore of audiences. While quite popular in America during the arcade … Continue readingCotton Reboot Brings Beloved Japanese SHMUP West for First Time
We finally arrived at Dream Con and didn’t know what to expect. Coming early day one, we thought we’d get ahead of any pack if there were one. Well, we … Continue readingDream Con 2021 Day One
Josee, the Tiger, and the Fish originally alluded to me because of the mystery of the title. But, honestly, I was pretty sure that it was a novel turned anime … Continue readingJosee, the Tiger and the Fish Review
Before SEGA indeed established a name for themselves in the North American market with the Sega Genesis (and of course the world’s most famous hedgehog- happy belated birthday), they fought to … Continue readingAlex Kidd In Miracle World DX Brings Back SEGA Cult Classic. Thoughts?
The Violent Evergarden series is not one I would typically view. Upon the first appearance, and without reading a lot about the show, I went in blind. Thinking about current … Continue readingViolet Evergarden Series and Movie is Must-See Anime
Have you seen Demon Slayer: Mugen Train movie yet? I know why they made it a standalone film. In the current state of how anime is created, produced, and paid … Continue readingDemon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train Review
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 readingPoison Control is the Shooter/RPG Hybrid with Franchise Potential
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 readingBowser’s Fury is the Framework for the Next Grand Mario Adventure