Can’t believe it’s been a year since things have been announced. It’s been such a great year for anime that the annual conventions and shows coming around this year are … Continue readingAniplex Online Fest 2022 Is Tonight
Regarding third-party, published games for the NES are concerned; Sunsoft was right up there with Konami and Capcom. Perhaps best known for Blaster Master (which has seen a healthy resurgence in the … Continue readingSunsoft Is Making a Comeback- Three Titles Announced
A few weeks ago, we discussed the Sega Genesis Mini 2, which is set for a release later this year. On the one hand, it is something to be excited about … Continue readingSega Genesis Mini 2 Output Reduced Semiconductor Shortage
When I first started hearing of the indie smash hit Stray in 2020, I knew it would be among the smaller titles to catch the eyes of mainstream audiences, similarly to Cuphead. Most everyone … Continue readingStray Is the Next Indie Game To Take the World by Storm
Last month, Sony rolled out a new approach to their long-running PS Plus program featuring tiered subscriptions and a meaty catalog of downloadable games to choose from. There’s been plenty of talk … Continue readingPlay Several PS1 Classics on Current Gen Hardware.
It appears Studio Trigger keeps rolling and rolling. They became our favorite studio after Madhouse fell off quite a bit and loosed its hold on the industry. We recently celebrated … Continue readingStudio Trigger Cyberpunk Staff Coming to Otakon
Of the “mini” consoles that companies began churning out after the massive success of the NES and SNES classic editions, I always felt that the Sega Genesis Mini was at … Continue readingSega Genesis Mini 2 North American Catch?
Two years ago, we discussed the next up-and-coming release from the same studio that brought us The Messenger in 2018. Sea of Stars was able to shoot way past its initial Kickstarter goals, no … Continue readingAnticipated Indie RPG Sea of Stars Delayed To Next Year