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 collection of this series, based on the manga from best-selling author, Rumiko Takahashi.
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 the opportunity to check out the first collection of this series that blends action and fan service to impressive levels.
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 series with a very familiar story, based on the light novel series written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin.
I really enjoyed the first Dishonored. It gave me a newfound respect for stealth games. Usually I would just run through the game killing everyone in sight to get to the ending. With Dishonored, I took my time, planed out every kill, and did my best to keep the chaos low in Dunwall.
Come on Nintendo, you’re killing me. I have been a fan of the Mario Party game series since its debut back in the late 90’s. I, in addition to many others, fell in love with the series due to its unique charm and refreshing digital take on the board game and party game genre. It’s no secret that Nintendo has struggled to maintain the Mario Party franchise’s reputation over the years and has been t...[Read More]
Killing Floor 2 is the popular PC wave based shooter developed by Tripwire Interactive. Luckily for us Playstation gamers, we now get to have a PS4 port. This is Tripwire’s first console release, and we couldn’t be happier of their decision. Killing Floor 2’s goal is give you a fun co-op based shooter, and overall I would say they have succeeded in that.
I will start this review by letting you all know it may be colored by the fact that I’m a HUGE Potterhead…so make of that what you will! How is J.K. Rowlings new movie Fantastic Beats and Where to Find Them. You’re about to find out in my review!
Super Rad Raygun comes as a re-imagining on the indie game Rad Raygun that made rounds on the Xbox Live Indie games section of the marketplace. While Rad Raygun was a cool experiment, it lacked depth, and honestly the Xbox Indies weren’t as prominent in their placement as indie games are now. Thus, a revamp of that idea was in order for the folks at Tru Fun Entertainment, produced by both Sc...[Read More]
If someone told me that this would be the year of the unique rhythm game in January, I would have laughed at them. However, here we are. A while back I reviewed a rhythm RPG game, and now we have Thumper, a self titled “rhythm Hell” game.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery – or so I’ve heard. That might explain why 13AM Games and Dadako’s latest effort, Pirate Pop Plus, is a variation of Capcom’s classic Buster Bros., which recently came back to life as DotEmu’s Pang Adventures, but with a high-definition twist.
I’ll be honest – DXRacer has the gaming chair market knocked. It knows how to make a versatile, comfortable product, and has various models available for YouTube and other streaming stars to take advantage of. (It’s ideal for regular gamers as well, especially those looking for something convenient for the long-term.)