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March 2021

WARNING: The following video game discussed in this review is intended for readers 18 & older. In other words:   (Pic from FlorkOfCows) If you had told me five years ago that the only place to play the best raunchy games on a console was

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Having a long-running hit can be a blessing and a curse. On one hand, you get a lot of fans, can tell a full and complete story, and your name will go down as one of the greats of your

Within The Academy of Sun, frontman Nick Hudson can be something of a showstopper in a dark musical escapade; on his own, his talents will pull any listener into a whirlwind of emotions! Arriving on April 30th, his latest solo album

If you’re feeling sick, then you go see a doctor. When you have a toothache, a dentist is your best bet. Dermatologists are great when you have a questionable mole or a bad case of acne that needs treating. But

Every time I think I’m fully understanding Bakemonogatari, Nisioisin throws another chunk of confusing exposition into the mix. Perhaps it’s his way of screwing around with his audience, but sometimes it comes off as frustrating rather than funny. That frustration

Sometimes I like a driving game that isn’t too complicated. With the plethora of realistic titles on the market, it’s nice to try your hand at one that not only doesn’t take too much brain power to figure out, but

The clock is ticking for Nariyuki and his study buddies in We Never Learn. A new year is dawning, which means finals and entrance exams are nearing the corner. In its fourteenth volume, that realization hits everyone, especially Ogata. But

After lamenting on a year without conventions or any good social interaction, King Baby Duck gets the warm fuzzies over the anime rom-com Horimiya. Some wonderful fantasy arrives on Disney via The Owl House, which could be a nice alternative

The crazier the scenario, the better the isekai. I say this because there have been many series in this genre, and roughly 90% of them have the same premise, outline, and even character development. So whenever the writers toss a

Yasunobu Yamauchi’s the daily lives of high school boys has had a strange pattern. Sometimes it can be very funny, whereas other times the laughs make zero sense. (This can be attributed to the fact that Japanese-styled humor is hard