November 2016

King Baby Duck checks out the short anime series Ninja Girl & Samurai Master, and stumbles away from it with laughter surrounding his belly. Two new music documentaries bring the spotlight to the iconic bands X Japan (We Are X) and

When Slain originally released back on PC several months ago, it was in a very poor state. The hitbox seemed non-existent, and the game was riddled with numerous bugs. Thanks to responding to user feedback, the game was heavily reworked, and

I hold high regards for manga author Chica Umino. While in college, I was introduced to her creation Honey and Clover, and to this day it's the one manga and anime series I recommend any future graduate to watch in

The Senran Kagura franchise has always been known for its fan-service laden imagery, paired with hack-and-slash gameplay. So when you want to make a spin-off, what do you do? Why, make a cooking rhythm game with the same level of fan-service,

We've reached yet another milestone as we hit our 150th official Podcast episode, and Jonathan Fleming from Wicked Anime and Sarah "42Believer" Barry join in on the festivities for some super-sized anime talk! The trailer for the live-action Ghost in

Sometimes, you might have a game with a good idea, but by the time you release the game, it's a matter of too little too late. Such is the case of Through the Woods, which feels like a game that not only

Owlboy is a treat of an action adventure game. It borrows elements of The Legend of Zelda, but still is very much its own thing. It's also one of the most animated indie games I've seen released thus far. Believe

Magical Girl Raising Project has left me speechless on many occasions. On the surface, it looks like your average run-of-the-mill Pretty Cure/Sailor Moon kind of series. Instead, it takes a page straight out of SHAFT's book on how to take

Developer Meteorise might only have made one other game in its short existence, but they seem keen to compete with Tamsoft's own Senran Kagura. It's even weirder that their previous game was a rhythm game based on that IP. At

It came as no surprise when SEGA announced that Vocaloid idol Hatsune Miku would be coming to the virtual realm. After seeing a popular tech demo back in PlayStation VR's Project Morpheus days, it would've been foolish for them and