Demon Slayer‘s popularity with Western audiences has skyrocketed since its arrival on the Netflix streaming service a few months ago. The follow-up film has managed to beat Spirited Away as the highest-grossing movie … Continue reading Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles October Release Date by SEGA
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?
One franchise that has seen a ton of love in the retro renaissance is Sega’s Wonder Boy series. Although the first game in the series was a bog standard side-scrolling … Continue reading Asha in Monster World Brings a Mega Drive Cult-Classic Into 2021
Biomutant was one of those games that immediately grabbed my attention when I read about it online several years ago. But we forgot about it as it entered a state of limbo. … Continue reading Action RPG Biomutant Wait Over- Arrives Later This Month
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
Licensed games are a pocket of the industry that is, by and large, hit-and-miss affairs. I can’t think of any other sector in gaming that has such a wide range … Continue reading TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge is a Throwback to One of the Greatest Licensed Games
I may not be the most prominent anime connoisseur globally, at least not compared to this blog’s founder. However, the success of Demon Slayer was something I couldn’t overlook. Between a good … Continue reading Demon Slayer is Getting its First Video Game Adaptation this Year
It’s hard to imagine now, but there was a time when digital storefronts weren’t flooded with retro revivals. At the time of its original release, Double Dragon Neon was among the few … Continue reading Double Dragon Neon Still Pulls the Punches After Eight Years