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NEVER ALONE Review: A Beautiful Tale About Recovering What Once Was

Never Alone, also known as Kisima Inŋitchuŋa, is a 2D puzzle-platformer game developed by Upper One Games, and it tells the tale of an Iñupian girl named Nuna, and a snow fox trying ...

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SHIROBAKO Review: An Entertaining Foray into the Anime Industry

The sleeper hit of the Fall 2014 season, the two cour, or two season, original anime Shirobako is a truly excellent anime that has certainly reversed P.A Works’ recent fortune ...

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LIFE IS STRANGE EPISODE 2 Review: Out of Time, Out of Luck

Life is Strange is nostalgic in a way that’s hard to describe. The mix of sepia filtered visuals, soft guitar tunes, and folk music that’s almost too indie to function conjure ...

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TL;DR Review: NEVER ALONE

Culture is something that we can all agree it is important to everyone, ...
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March Video Game of the Month Runner-Up: BLOODBORNE

March was a great month for gaming, so it was hard to ...
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TL;DR Review: DC DECK-BUILDING GAME: FOREVER EVIL

With the December 2014 release of DC Deck-Building Game: Forever Evil, the realm of ...
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Interview: THE BIG CON JOB and HARLEY QUINN Writer Jimmy Palmiotti

If you’ve read comics over the last 20-something years, odds are you’ve ...
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March Video Game of the Month — DmC: DEVIL MAY CRY: DEFINITIVE EDITION

Back in 2013, Ninja Theory would develop the next Devil May Cry game ...
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TL;DR Review: BLOOD LAD

Premiering Summer 2013 and localized by Viz Media soon after, Blood Lad satisfyingly ...
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TL;DR Review: HOTLINE MIAMI 2

Hotline Miami burst onto the indie scene in 2012, in a gore streaked, ...
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HOTLINE MIAMI 2: WRONG NUMBER Review: Error Operator

Hotline Miami burst onto the indie scene in 2012, in a gore streaked, ...
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Interview: WAYWARD, SKULLKICKERS and SAMURAI JACK Writer Jim Zub

Jim Zub has quietly become a prolific comics writer over the last ...

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TL;DR Review: RICK AND MORTY #1

Converting an animated show into comic format is a risky game. Much of the joy of a good series comes from the voices of the characters, and while you can mimic dialogue on paper, it’s hard to get across the essence of the character’s voice when transmuting it from a voice actor shouting in a […]

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April TWITCH Streaming Schedule: Attack of the Sequels

Off the heels of ‘Japanese as F***‘ March, April rolls in a month full of sequels. ‘Attack of the Sequels’ will see a bevy of, well, sequels, including everything from Hotline Miami 2, to Space Channel 5 — Part 2, and Left 4 Dead 2. Yes, often sequels create a better experience than the original, […]

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Interview: Indie Dev JOE SELLERS on Quitting your Job and Making That Game You Always Wanted to

It’s easy to say we’ve all been there: daydream about quitting our job to start a more fulfilling endeavor; the one we always intended on making, but few of us ever do. On the cusp of finishing his first game, indie developer, Joe Sellers, unearthed an old letter he received from Sierra Entertainment as a kid. In […]

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SURVIVAL HORROR Review: But Wait, There are Zombies

Released for iOS in early 2015, Joe Sellers’ Survival Horror is a title that promises a heavy story-based user experience in the context of a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by the undead. Not anything surprisingly fresh or innovative here. But the game itself is unique in the way it presents itself. Rather than, say, shove some snazzy […]

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RICK AND MORTY #1 Review: Playing The (Intergalactic) Stock Market

Converting an animated show into comic format is a risky game. Much of the joy of a good series comes from the voices of the characters, and while you can mimic dialogue on paper, it’s hard to get across the essence of the character’s voice when transmuting it from a voice actor shouting in a […]

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DYING LIGHT Zombies Not Laughing at Techland April Fools Gag

Techland, creators of the early 2015 blockbuster success Dying Light, have announced today that they intend to celebrate April Fools with a bit of in-game fun. Dying Light players who dive in on April 1 will find themselves with a tainted batch of Antizin, the antidote designed to prevent the spread of the zombifying infection. […]

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DC DECK-BUILDING GAME: FOREVER EVIL Review

With the December 2014 release of DC Deck-Building Game: Forever Evil, the realm of superhero deck-building games now includes supervillains — alongside zombies and schools run by Lovecratian Horrors. With Forever Evil you can take on the role of one of DC’s most infamous villains and “craft a truly demented deck [to] give those Justice League do-gooders what’s coming to them!” DC Comics has collaborated with […]

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Music Monday: Classic RPG Soundtracks — PS2

A new month means a new edition of our updated ‘Music Monday‘ series. With the help of our awesome Another Castle readers, February’s Korean Indie was a phenomenal success, and we hope everyone is just as excited for March’s Classic RPG Soundtracks! Just as we did in February, we’ll highlight several songs or artists — […]

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BARAKAMON Review: A Strong and Leisurely Spun Narrative

Despite its lack of any obviously exciting qualities, Barakamon is a somewhat unnoticed beauty from the summer 2014 season. Barakamon is happy to tell a tale of daily, sometimes uneventful life on Gotou Island. As is usual for a slice-of-life, little truly changes about the story’s setup even after the run of the entire show […]

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ShutoCon 2015: How to Adapt Anime into English

Although a huge majority of anime is streamed to English-speaking audiences now–with websites like Crunchyroll simulcasting some shows subtitled mere hours after their broadcast in Japan–there’s still a huge market of fans who want to see anime dubbed into English. Licensers like Funimation, Sentai Filmworks and Viz Media have whole teams of writers and actors […]

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