Inuyasha Sequel Anime Announced

Inuyasha. Now that is a name I have not heard for a long time. The classic early 00’s anime was many millennials’ introduction to just how much of a soap opera the anime genre could be, so it is with both excitement and trepidation that I have greeted the news of a Inuyasha sequel series […]Read More

Great Live JRock Shows to Watch Online

It feels like the world of live JRock is coming to a standstill. We’ve talked before about how anime have been impacted by the epidemic, but the impact has been felt at live events as well. Conventions are cancelled. Retailers are struggling to fill orders due to breakdowns in manufacturing chains. Concerts and festivals are […]Read More

Senran Kagura: How to Do Fanservice Well

I would say that fanservice is a guilty pleasure of mine, but that would imply that I could feel shame and my shame gland shrivelled and died a long time ago. As a result, I have played more of the questionable games on Steam and consoles than most people would be proud to admit, but […]Read More

3 Great Anime Tabletop RPGs to Play

When I’m not playing JRPGs, watching anime, or retweeting lewd art on Twitter, I’m probably adventuring away at one of my ongoing tabletop roleplaying games. Now, you might think that the only tabletop game on the market is Dungeons & Dragons, but you’d be so very, very wrong. There are plenty of other games that […]Read More

Delayed Anime and Covid-19

We all know that the coronavirus is impacting pretty much every aspect of our lives, but we in the West have been lucky enough to continue having a wide variety of art delivered to us via TV and streaming services (Netflix, Hulu, Disney +, ect) without too much in the way of delays. The new […]Read More

4 Japanese Rock Bands to Stop Sleeping On

Like most fans, my first exposure to Japanese rock bands was in the form of anime opening and ending songs. From classics like Yu Yu Hakusho’s Spirit Bomb to modern jams like My Hero Academia’s The Day, the genre is a great introduction into what makes Japanese music so good. Over the past several years, […]Read More

3 Essential Trials of Mana Tips to Get You Started

As the game is now out, here are our top Trials of Mana tips for how to tackle this lost gem. Some of us have been waiting more than twenty years for a proper release of Trials of Mana. Originally released in Japan in 1995 as the third game in the Seiken Densetsu series (known […]Read More

Trials of Mana: 3 Things You Need Know

With all the excitement about Final Fantasy VII Remake, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that it is not the only remake of a classic Square RPG gracing our consoles this month. In fact, and I say this knowing that stones are going be thrown in my direction as a result, that’s not even the remake […]Read More

Trials of Mana Review

The past few weeks have been good for JRPG fans. We have seen the remake of three of the best games of their respective time periods. First Persona 5 Royal dropped. Then Final Fantasy VII Remake hit us. And now, this week we’ll finally get our hands on the Trials of Mana remake, the sequel […]Read More

Four Things We Want From Breath of the Wild 2

It’s been more than three years since we first wandered the abandoned fields of Hyrule, swam up the waterfalls of the Zora, and had panic attacks at the sound of an approaching guardian, so fans of the Legend of Zelda series are waiting in eager anticipation for the chance to dive back into the world […]Read More