December 2016

How does somebody take the most ridiculously fan-service-y thing on the planet, yet walk away with a hit amongst all genders around the world? The answer, my friend, is how it is presented. You see, anyone can craft an anime

The year is coming to an end, which means it's time for King Baby Duck to look at the very best records of 2016! For the first time, the Japanese music scene overtakes the list, with the rest of the world

Doing an alternate history anime regarding World War II can be rather tricky. One wrong move, and what was to be an homage to the Greatest Generation suddenly turns into complete and utter schlock. It's why I was at first

It's the holiday season, which means it's time for another jolly segment-free No Borders No Race Christmas mix for all to enjoy! No talking (save for the intro), just some fun (and a couple NSFW) holiday tunes to put a big

Sword Art Online might be pretty bad as an anime in terms of writing, which unfortunately transferred somewhat to the second game in the series. The first time Hollow Fragment released on the Vita, it had a completely mangled almost

While I have never played the original One Way Heroics despite owning it, the game proved popular enough for a Japanese company to re-purpose its core and make a new game out of it. The result is a title with more

First off, take a sigh of relief, as you don't need to know anything about the Wagnaria!!/Working!! franchise before jumping into WWW.WAGNARIA!!. Even if you've never seen a single episode of the past incarnation, you won't feel lost at all

Pang (or Buster Brothers, as it was known in the US) was a cool bubble-popping action game from the arcades and various consoles. However, somewhere around the PS1 era, the series disappeared from Western audiences for many years. Games inspired by

After getting pumped over the gameplay trailer for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash (wait, perhaps "pumped" is the wrong choice of words here?), King Baby Duck reviews the upcoming new Bryan Cranston/James Franco movie Why Him? (out on December 23). A piece on the

The time has come for Anime Boston to start announcing its guests for its upcoming expo, and did they start off with a bang! In one fell swoop, next year's convention has become the one to be at, as legendary Japanese pop rockers Puffy