Kerbal Space Program (Xbox One) Review

I’ve been a fan of Kerbal Space Program (KSP) since the very early days. Somewhere around Version 0.18 I discovered it as a link from a gaming forum and f...[Read More]



Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (PS4) Review

I didn’t know what to expect from Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness.  Not only had I never played through a visual novel game before(unless you want to count a c...[Read More]



Rin-ne – Collection 1 Review

Earlier this year, Sentai Filmworks began releasing the supernatural action/comedy series, “Rin-ne,” on Blu-ray and DVD, and we decided to check out the first c...[Read More]



Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon – Collection 1 Review

Over the summer, anime publisher Sentai Filmworks released the mecha and fantasy series, “Cross Ange: Rondo of Angel and Dragon” on DVD and Blu-ray, and we had ...[Read More]



Overlord (Anime) Review

In the early part of November, anime publisher Funimation Entertainment released Overlord on Blu-ray and DVD, so we decided to check out this fantasy adventure ...[Read More]



Barakamon (Anime) Review

Earlier this year, anime publisher Funimation Entertainment released the slice-of-life comedy series, Barakamon, in a Blu-ray and DVD combo pack, and with how m...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #6 – Victory Volvos?

Greetings Backloggers! A confession: I love free stuff. Free t-shirts? Got to get one. Free taco day? I’m there. Free donuts? I’m there a lot faster. Free games...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #5: Comfort Food and Jisei

Greetings Backloggers! What’s your gaming”comfort food”? When things get weird in life, in the world, or in general, what’s your gaming ...[Read More]

Strizer86’s Seemingly Impossible Castlevania Speedrun

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is arguably one of the best games in the Castlevania series, maybe even one of the best games on the Gameboy Advance. It was a 2D ac...[Read More]

Bet You Can’t Drive This – Racing With Frenemies

I recently had the opportunity to sample Can’t Drive This, a new cooperative arcade racing game from Pixel Maniacs. Can’t Drive This differentiates itself from ...[Read More]

Creating with Limitations – An Interview with Ty Anderson of Links Awakening 64

A few weeks back, I was sitting at home doing what I do best at the hands of my Playstation 4, when all of a sudden I get a message from my buddy Erik. Now, to ...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #4 – Back to School

Hello Backloggers! After a few weeks in hiatus due to self-inflicted computer problems, we’re back! Hopefully you readers are having more success than I a...[Read More]

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Motiga’s free-to-play competitive action game, Gigantic, enters open beta this week, and as gamers on Xbox One and Windows 10 join in, a Founder’s Pack has also been unveiled, which will give gamers access to plenty of in-game goodies.

PlayStation 4 players have seen a much greater variety of online experiences the last few years, and that trend continues with the addition of Elite Dangerous. The acclaimed multiplayer space epic will be hitting PS4 in 2017, and will include PlayStation 4 Pro support.

The Dragon Quest series has hit something of a revival lately, and the trend will continue with Dragon Quest Heroes II, which will be launching in North America on April 25, 2017.

Retro gaming fans. Ever sit at the desk, plodding through a term paper on a dull keyboard? How about playing old school games and needing that satisfying click? Well, I can’t say that I ever looked at my own keyboard and needed it to look nice next to my Super Nintendo, but now it’s tota...[Read More]

If you are a fan of Telltale games or a BATMAN lover then you will be excited to know that the final chapter of BATMAN The Telltale Series will be released  on Tuesday, December 13th.

Earlier this week, video game publisher Ubisoft, announced that it has opened beta registration for its upcoming title, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is set to release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC, in March of next year.

Anime publisher Aniplex of America announced yesterday, that the highly-anticipated film, Sword Art Online the Movie -Ordinal Scale-, would be heading to theaters across the US, in the second week of March 2017.

NIS America announced earlier today, that it finally has a confirmed release date for its upcoming release of SUDA51’s The Silver Case on the PlayStation 4, and it looks like North American and European gamers can expect to see the title hit stores in April 2017.

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