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
When it was released for the NES in 1989, River City Ransom (or Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari in Japan) offered an ambitious blend of arcade beat ’em up, open-world structure, and light RPG elements. It … Continue reading River City Girls (Xbox One,PS4, Switch, PC)
Sony’s latest console, the Playstation 5, launched last week and (of course) has taken the world by storm. With stock impacted by the virus-that-shall-not-be-named and some insane scalping going on, … Continue reading Thinking About Becoming an Early Adopter of the New Gen Consoles? Consider These Factors First.
Little Nightmares was one of Bandai Namco’s more successful non-anime ventures as a publisher when released back in 2017. Playing out similarly to cinematic platformers such as Flashback and Oddworld: Abe’s … Continue reading Little Nightmares II will Haunt All Major Consoles In Early 2021
Sonic the Hedgehog programmer and co-creator Yuji Naka has remained relatively quiet since leaving his SEGA days behind to form Prope. While he’s produced several games since departing in 2006, none … Continue reading Balan WonderWorld is Sonic Creators’ & Square Enix New Project
I’ve always adored action games that revolved around one central gimmick, especially when it’s used as a springboard for creative combat and level design. Whether it’s using a rocket-pack to … Continue reading New Bandai Namco IP Will Have you Using Brains Over Brawn