THE ART OF SATOSHI KON Review: Remembering an Icon

It’s hard to describe the emptiness felt from losing someone you never knew. Robin William’s death in 2014 left an outpouring of support and tributes across the globe from fans of ...


YONA OF THE DAWN Review: An Excellent Example of an Uncommon Genre

Yona of the Dawn successfully tackles a relatively rare genre for anime and manga of recent years. That is, Yona of the Dawn is a fantasy-adventure narrative which perhaps finds ...


10 Korean Films on Hulu Worthy of a Marathon

Although Netflix streaming is pretty awesome, we think we’ve about covered all their worthwhile Asian features over the last couple years. With that said, while Hulu might not be the ...

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5 Seriously F***ed Japanese Movies (NSFW)

Japanese media is synonymous with weird. Everything from game shows, movies, comics, ...

June Video Game of the Month – DEVIL MAY CRY 4: SPECIAL EDITION

Capcom manages to do it yet again, managing to pull at our ...


Telltale Games have done such a good job of crafting themselves a ...

SOUL AXIOM Early Review: Traversing Dreamlike Wonder

Soaring through violet streaked skies aboard great sailing vessel, the like of which ...

WE HAPPY FEW Entering its Last Days for Kickstarter Funding

With Compulsion Games, the creators behind the noir-inspired platformer Contrast, entering its last week ...

BEYOND EYES Deserves to Be More Than Just a Footnote

Now that E3 has come and gone, it’s time to reflect on ...
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E3 2015: XBOX Press Conference

Kicking off the first of the console press conferences, Microsoft spent over ...
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LIFE IS STRANGE EPISODE 3 Review – Chaos Theory

We’re back in Arcadia Bay, right where we left off, and it’s ...
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DURARARA!!x2 Review: Welcome Back to Ikebukuro

If you thought the streets of Ikebukuro were back to normal, think ...

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E3 2015: NINTENDO Digital Event

Day 2 of E3 has officially started with Nintendo’s Digital event. Nintendo was not one to back down from Sony and Microsoft, as they had their own surprise announcements and release dates from much-anticipated titles. Let’s get to the recap, shall we? Starfox Zero (Wii U) Inspired by Thunderbirds TV Show and Miyamoto’s doodles in […]

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GIRLS UND PANZER Review: A Well-Told Story of Schoolgirls and Tanks

Girls und Panzer takes the often poorly executed idea of ‘cute girls doing cute things’ and crafts a wonderful experience from it. The aforementioned premise is the sum of many shows throughout the last several anime seasons, although many of these seem to just fall flat. In fact, Girls und Panzer is able to deliver […]

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SHENMUE 3 Kickstarter Hits Goal of $2 Million in Less than 12 Hours

In a completely out of left field move at PlayStation’s E3 2015 presentation on June 15, 2015, Shenmue series writer/director Yu Suzuki appeared on-screen, discussing the game’s history and making a plea for funding support for the long-awaited third installment. Immediately upon Suzuki taking the stage, a Shenmue 3 crowdfunding campaign went live on Kickstarter and garnered […]

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E3 2015: EA Press Conference

EA’s E3 2015 press conference ran half an hour longer than it should, highlighting the typical EA Sports coverage and EA show champions such as Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Mass Effect: Andromeda, and, finally, an epic Star Wars Battlefront gameplay trailer. Mass Effect: Andromeda Release Date: Holiday 2016 Need for Speed “The definitive Need for Speed experience”: New customization, narrative, […]

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E3 2015: PLAYSTATION Press Conference

Coming to the end of a conference heavy day of E3 2015, it’s PlayStation’s turn to show off their wares. Microsoft set the bar high at this morning’s press conference, nailing down some great new exclusive hardware and software unique to the Xbox One system, and Sony is sure to have a few aces up their sleeve […]

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E3 2015: BETHESDA Press Conference

With E3 2015 in full-swing, there’s a massive amount of announcements and updates to cover. Kicking it all off on Sunday, June 14 was Bethesda’s press conference, covering everything from the highly anticipated and recently revealed Fallout 4, as well as unveiling the unexpected. Doom Launch Date: TBD Spring 2016 Customization: Multiplayer map editor, Snapmap, and customizable […]

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SMASH BROS. DLC Announcements – New Stages and New Characters

Announced on June 14, 2015, two separate DLC packs were released for Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS adding two characters that were hinted at through some leaked sound files on Reddit back in April: Roy, former Smash Bros. roster member and Fire Emblem protagonist, and Ryu, Capcom frontman for the popular tournie-fighter Street Fighter. All of this coming hot […]

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KUNG FURY: STREET RAGE Review: A Call-Back to Cathode Rays

The 1980’s were certainly an odd time in the footnote of America’s pop-cultural history, a time where muscle-bound action heroes dominated the silver screens and kung-fu beat ’em ups dotted arcades across the nation. It was this world of testosterone-powered explosions and nigh-invincible bullet sponges that Laser Unicorns found their inspiration for Kung Fury, a Swedish take […]

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Federal Trade Commission Persues Action Against THE DOOM THAT CAME TO ATLANTIC CITY Dev

Erik Chevalier is a now infamous game developer, not for his outstanding contributions to the gaming world, but for being the man who failed to produce the board game, The Doom that Came to Atlantic City, backed by Kickstarter, despite having $122,000 in funding. The scandal has even evoked the wrath of the Federal Trade Commission, who for the […]

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PlayStation Exclusive EVERYBODY’S GONE TO THE RAPTURE Gets Release Date and More

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, the exploration-based adventure game from developer The Chinese Room, has finally received a release date. A post on the PlayStation Blog verifies that the PlayStation 4 exclusive will be released August 11, 2015. In honor of this announcement, Sony and The Chinese Room have launch a page specifically for Everybody’s Gone to […]

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