3 Fantastic Anime Steam Games To Add To Your Library

As we all know, Steam has a wonderful offering of a various amount of games to cater to all our wants and needs. With well over 30,000 games to choose from, this can make narrowing down your choices of a purchase a difficult decision. Here we cover 3 we most definitely enjoy playing and think […]Read More

Auteur Analysis: Goichi “Suda51” Suda

As a fan of movies and film studies, the lessons taught to appreciate filmography has opened my eyes up to noticing and appreciating certain creator’s unique visions with their products. Movies and video games had starting blurring the lines of interactiveness already in the past 3 decades, from early FMV video games, to the more […]Read More

3 Games That Invoke Studio Ghibli Vibes

I suspect that Studio Ghibli is a familiar name to plenty of us. Set in breathtakingly fantastical worlds that transport us to experience something that is both out of this world yet grounded in our own humanly relatable themes and difficulties from life, death, and ageing (just see Only Yesterday, and Howl’s Moving Castle) has […]Read More

Our 10 Favourite Japanese Video Game Mascots

Mascots of Japan have earned world wide appeal and attention. The term Yuru-chan is used to define mascots who represent locations in Japan, a well-known one being Kumamon who is the Kumamoto Prefecture’s mascot. This is frequently referenced in video games such as Root Letter’s Shimanekko, the mascot for the real life setting of the […]Read More

3 PS3 Hidden Gems You May Not Know About

There are tons of games that often do not get the critical praise or large following they often deserve, and I found this to be the case with many titles on the PlayStation 3 (I didn’t have an Xbox 360!). With the release of the highly anticipated Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning remaster coming soon to […]Read More

Where To Start With Boys Love (BL) Games

Boys Love (BL) has seen a slow and steady rise in attention outside of Japan, in both the States and Europe. This could be due in part to the growing appeal of ‘shipping’ in anime between males (looking at you, Yuri on Ice and Haikyuu) and the widespread manga genres of shounen-ai and Yaoi, the […]Read More

5 Otome Side Characters We Wish Were Love Interests

Otome games are full of endearing and beloved characters you’re meant to fall head over heels for, but what happens when you’re falling for an unobtainable side character? This phenomenon has been coined by fans as the otome side characters syndrome, and it’s truly awful to have to experience. From the female best friends, to […]Read More

6 Stupidly Fun Hack And Slash Games You May Have

We have previously covered the best musou games the Switch has to offer, so as a throwback, we will be taking a moment to look back on a few lesser known hits within the genres of both hack and slash and musou that are worth your attention. Everybody knows the hard hitting entries, from the […]Read More

3 Brilliant Otome Hidden Gems on Steam

Otome games are available on many different platforms, from consoles, to handhelds, to mobile devices, and Steam store, it being the place to go for a plethora of hidden gems. Here we hope to cover a few otome games available only on PC and purchasable through Steam, all at very attractive price points while also […]Read More

5 Chilled Games To Relax To

In the current climate, it may be hard for many of us to be able to relax. Here we will be highlighting a few video games on the lighter side that are potentially new to you, or if you’re here for just a quick glance, we hope that this proves to be a relaxing read. […]Read More