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November 2016

While the Xanadu series hasn't been localized in the West, we did at least get the Famicom adaptation of it via Faxanadu. Outside of that -- and along with most of Falcom's back catalog -- there hasn't been much activity

Psycho-Pass is a very interesting anime about a dsytopian future where people are judged on their potential to carry out crimes, rather than reactively responding to crimes. It was a pretty good show that got some attention about a year

The pride of English folk returns to One-On-One as King Baby Duck welcomes back Skinny Lister! Currently on tour to promote their third album The Devil, The Heart And The Fight, Daniel, Lorna, Max, and the rest of the gang

The Chicago Cubs finally rid themselves of their World Series curse thanks to Bill Murray, while King Baby Duck looks at the new BBC America show Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. All bets are off for best dumb anime of 2016, as

Developer Xing dissolved many years ago after good but under-performing games like Hotel Dusk, Trace Memory, Another Code R, and The Last Window: Case West failed to gain popularity and profit for the small company. It's a shame too, since they

Aksys Games has been publishing a handful of small indie games and the like all this year, and one game in the latest batch would be Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle for the 3DS. It's a fun little puzzle

Duke Nukem holds a special place in my heart. When I was younger, I'd play the living crap out of the original side-scroller and its sequel, loving its killer attitude and space-age cyberpunk world. Sadly, when Duke Nukem 3D came

There are a few Monster Hunter clones out there, and each is vying for the coveted best-seller spot that Capcom's successful IP still retains. God Eater has been around for awhile, but it's mainly been stuck in Japan following its ill-fated

After a couple weeks of post-con stuff, King Baby Duck returns with his thoughts on the Nintendo Switch and the recently-released PlayStation VR. Treading on dangerous waters, our host shares his very blunt thoughts on the recent Fox TV remake