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In a world of video game heroes, there’s only one that reigns as King of the Jerks: McPixel! Ten years ago, the expert bomb defuser made waves and stole the hearts of every gamer he came across. However, after kicking

It’s a bad sign when one has trouble differentiating one shojo manga from the next. Perhaps it’s because I’ve read many first volume rom-coms in a row, but it’s getting to the point where a lot of them feel too

Arcade beat ‘em ups are still the rage after over 35 years. That feeling of playing side-by-side with a group of friends is something that makes games special to experience. Petoon Studio’s Curse of the Sea Rats, a game that

It should be a relaxing day at the beach, but evil has other plans. When one is supposed to be catching rays, you’re instead dealing with an alien threat. At first, they don’t seem much like a threat, especially with

Anime Boston is either gambling for a win or making a deal with the devil, as they share the announcement of voice actor Griffin Burns joining the 2022 roster! Griffin Burns is an LA-based voice actor and musician most known for

A former yakuza is the least-likely guy you’d expect to run a cat cafe or make frilly clothes for dogs. The Immortal Dragon Taiju, our hero in The Way of the Househusband, makes these sorts of situations feel natural for

Many co-op titles merely require gamers to play together. Total Mayhem Games wants them to do more, with their We Were Here series putting major focus on communication on their games. One player has some keys to the puzzles at

The Great War gets lost in the shuffles of video game simulations and the like. M2H and Blackhill Games realized this, as they shone a light on World War I in their own series of battle-focused games. First, they went

It's easy to make friends in Ireland, especially if you've got a song in your heart. The quintet Friendmaker have the knack to bring people together in harmony, thanks in part to their powerful indie rock songs and epic vocals.

Pompo: The Cinephile opens in just a couple of days (which you can read our review of here), and King Baby Duck chats with its director Takayuki Hirao! Joined by Asia Pacific Arts and We Got This Covered, Hirao reveals the