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August 2014

It's a curious thing when brawler spin-offs of fighting games make it to Western audiences, yet the game that inspired it still has yet to make the leap. At least this port of the 360 version of Phantom Breaker: Battle

With only less than a month until their big quarter-century anniversary Japanese rockers the pillows have announced the next few pieces of their Never Ending Story celebration. On September 17th, one day after they celebrate their founding, the trio of Sawao

With the whole world still in mourning over the death of Robin Williams, King Baby Duck does his best to lift the spirits of his listeners. This week it's an all-out dance show. No interruptions, no topic points, just over

Last week on ESH's EGMNOW site I reviewed ACE Team's Abyss Odyssey, which made me think back to one of their earlier games. Back in 2011 I wrote a piece for it for the now-defunct ElectricSistaHood magazine, which never got

King Baby Duck gets excited about the return of Pancake Mountain, and shares a simple idea on how to make next year's Boston Comic Con a more fun experience. Thoughts on the hiatus of Studio Ghibli give way to reasons

Sully Erna and company have held a special place in our Commonwealth. After all Godsmack's first three albums -- their 1998 self-titled debut, Awake, and Faceless -- are considered essentials for any metal fan. There have been speed bumps here

A plethora of guests stop by King Baby Duck's castle in this week's episode! First TheDCD and Fantastic Forum's Mayor Young chat with the host about the new Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy. Then 42Believer, Candy Jam of Candy

A second chance awaits! 1. Write your mistake 2. Ingest one mushroom 3. Go to sleep 4. Wake anew Events must occur on these premises. Imagine finding this note scribbled inside of your dresser drawer. How would you react? Do the words entice you to give

The mightiest of all robots takes over the No Borders No Race agenda, as King Baby Duck chats about Company One Theatre's production of Natsu Onoda Power's Astro Boy & The God Of Comics. Then our host gives you listeners

I get a lot of weird games sent to me for review. For the most part their strangeness looks cool for a brief moment, only to then be thwarted by technical difficulties and boring gameplay. It's a good thing that