Every Blerd on the planet keeps their eyes on LeSean Thomas and what he’s doing. The Blerd himself is creating anime with a vision for Black representation purposes. Even I’ve … Continue reading Yasuke 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 reading Alex 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 reading Violet 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 reading Demon 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 reading Poison Control is the Shooter/RPG Hybrid with Franchise Potential
I will always have a soft spot for Namco’s arcade heritage, even if I didn’t grow up in that era of gaming. My earliest memories of playing any form of … Continue reading Annalynn is the Love Letter to Classic Namco that we Want
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