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MAHOU SHOUJO Early Review: Card Battler Offers Alternative to Magic

Most people have had some exposure to the magical girl anime genre through classics such as Sailor Moon or the more recent Puella Magi Madoka Magika. But outside those circles you would ...

Source: Dark Horse

THE ART OF HE-MAN Review: A Nostalgic Look at a Cultural Icon

From its debut as a Mattel action figure back in 1982, He-Man captivated a generation of Saturday morning cartoon watchers with his heroic bravado and daring adventures. Since then, He-Man ...

Source: Miniature Market

PRETTY PRETTY SMASH UP Expansion Review

More and more tabletop gamers are wholly familiar with the name Smash Up and most likely have even played the game. But for those of you who have not yet heard ...

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Source: Dual Shockers

New Characters, New Incentives: A Look at DEVIL MAY CRY 4 SPECIAL EDITION

It seems that lately, Capcom has been doing nothing but going off ...
Source: MTV

THE AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Review: No Strings

It’s strange to think that superhero films were once considered “risky”. Brian ...
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Rumor: FALLOUT 4 at E3 2015

With the approach of E3 nearing and the announcement that Bethesda plans ...
Source: iFanboy.com

TL;DR Review: INVINCIBLE

Premiering way back in 2003, Invincible, from Image Comics, follows Mark Grayson, the teen son of ...
Source: Game Informer

April Video Game of the Month: MORTAL KOMBAT X

As the monthly reviews kontinue, no other game could take April’s slot ...
Source: JeuxOnline.info

INTERVIEW: POKEMON: THE ‘BRIDGED SERIES’ 1KidsEntertainment and Nowacking

One of the most curious things that’s arrived in the anime community ...
Source: PlayStation

TL;DR Review: NEVER ALONE

Culture is something that we can all agree it is important to everyone, ...
Source: PlayStation

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 ...
Source: sfvn.info

SHIROBAKO Review: An Entertaining Foray into the Anime Industry

The sleeper hit of the Fall 2014 season, the two cour, or ...

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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 a feeling of longing for a life and a time you’ve never experience. The world of Life is Strange takes you to the sleepy mysterious seaside town […]

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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 choose just one game. This time around, we’re doing a runner-up. Bloodborne, coming at you via From Software (Demon Souls, Dark Souls), is a satisfying, yet punishing game that delivers on some of the best visuals on the PlayStation 4 to date, and […]

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Source: The Classic Gamer

TL;DR Review: DC DECK-BUILDING GAME: FOREVER EVIL

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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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 seen Jimmy Palmiotti’s work. The Brooklyn-based writer started out inking several Marvel titles in the late ’90s like The Punisher and Ghost Rider. Alongside his extensive inking career (which included DC and Dark Horse as well as Marvel),  he also expanded into writing. […]

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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 for Capcom. It is a reboot of sorts for the Devil May Cry series. This was brushed off by die-hard fans due to ease of style ranks and overall a difficulty that proved to be not very challenging. The game simply did not […]

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TL;DR Review: BLOOD LAD

Premiering Summer 2013 and localized by Viz Media soon after, Blood Lad satisfyingly blends action, dark humor, and vampires in a brilliant adaptation to Yuuki Kodama’s manga series. Although vampire media has grown exponentially in recent years, its over-saturation has caused a stagnancy of the topic. However, with Blood Lad‘s well-balanced approach, vampires just might be cool […]

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TL;DR Review: HOTLINE MIAMI 2

Hotline Miami burst onto the indie scene in 2012, in a gore streaked, neon haze of thumping music, ultra violence and a core game play loop that was as addictive as it was frustrating. Dennaton Games‘ first title was an instant hit, heavily inspired by the Neo Noir Drive (2011) film starring Ryan Gosling, to the point where […]

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Source: iam8bit.com

HOTLINE MIAMI 2: WRONG NUMBER Review: Error Operator

Hotline Miami burst onto the indie scene in 2012, in a gore streaked, neon haze of thumping music, ultra violence and a core game play loop that was as addictive as it was frustrating. Dennaton Games‘ first title was an instant hit, heavily inspired by the Neo Noir Drive (2011) film starring Ryan Gosling, to the point where […]

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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 decade. Starting in 2001 with the self-published webcomic Makeshift Miracle, Zub got in with and subsequently became a key creator for UDON Entertainment, an Ontario-based publisher best known for making several art books and tie-in comics for Capcom. Zub did a fair amount of […]

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Source: PixShark

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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