Fanime was quite an interesting show this year, but while I was there I had the chance for an interview with Lisle Wilkerson. Below you can watch as I interview the voice actress and interpreter Lisle Wilkerson, who you may know from such games as Shenmue and Tekken, as well as the film Lost in Translation.
Virtual Reality used to be a joke, a fad of the 90’s that everyone thought would come about as the main technology of the future, only to be forgotten with the advent of the Internet. Well, now it’s back, and the promises of so many sci-fi films seem to be not only a possibility, but an inevitability. I was lucky to attend the Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Expo, and these are the majo...[Read More]
March 19th to 20th was the first ever Silicon Valley Comic Convention, a very unique event that very much is in line with the tech loving crowd in San Jose, California. As it’s the first one, I’ll be giving my thoughts on the convention as a whole.
Return to the galaxy far, far away as we get hands-on with what may be Traveller’s Tales’ best Lego game yet.
NIS America reveals its plans for 2016! You have to love companies like NIS America. Most software publishers would be hard-pressed to bring over such eclectically Japanese titles in genres like visual novels or SRPGs, but you can always count on NIS to satisfy this very niche market. And 2016 looks to be a major year for them.
Full disclosure: I’ve never played the Hyperdimension Neptune series before this entry. While I do enjoy JRPGs and anime, everything about this particular series kept me from trying it. I’m not a fan of the moe art style, nor the idea of human personifications of video game consoles. Having played this one, I feel like I owe the series an apology.
As Batman Month draws to a close, let’s rank the feature films!
With Halloween fast approaching, the announcement that Arkham Knight players will get to use the new suit from next year’s new film in November, and it just plain being the month of Batman, I figured it’s time to discuss the many suits used in the films.
It’s that time of year again, as Batman Month returns to Marooner’s Rock. And with a new film coming out next year, it feels appropriate we look at some of the best stories where the Dark Knight met the Man of Steel to get you in the mood.
With two compilation movies, Aniplex turns the magical girl genre very disturbingly on its head.
Are you ready to be the Batman?