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Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Part 1 Review (Anime)

Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works is for the battle-hungry, thrill-seeking, magic-blasting anime enthusiasts! Get ready to be transported into a war between mages and heroes, and at the other end of the spectrum, a deadly strategic game between school friends and school bullies. This fantasy-themed anime is sure to pique your interest, possibly in ways […]Read More

Megadimension Neptunia VII Review (PS4)

Hyperdimenion Neptunia was always a quirky series since its debut on the PS3. Its comical nature with references to the game industry is what set it apart from the competition. Megadimension Neptunia VII is an improvement in almost every area while at the same time opening up the series to newcomers.     For probably the first […]Read More

Arslan: The Warriors of Legend Review (PS4)

Arslan is a name that is not too well known here in the west. The Heroic Legend of Arslan or Arslan Senki as it is known in Japan is a series of fantasy novels that were first released way back in 1986. Thanks to their popularity, the franchise quickly expanded to other media.     […]Read More

Street Fighter V Review (PS4)

A new challenger arrives in the form of Street Fighter V and despite what others may suggest it’s actually one of the best fighting game experiences around; and this is coming from someone who constantly loses in it.   Street Fighter V has been designed as an online-centric fighter and as such every aspect of […]Read More

Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Redo Review (Anime)

Evangelion 3.33: You Can (Not) Redo has been delayed more times than you can count but now that it’s finally here, was it worth the three year wait?   I’m a big fan of Evangelion in spite of the anime series and Director Anno’s handling of it, but the manga and movies have been so […]Read More

DariusBurst CS Upcoming DLC and Release in Japan

Back in December we reviewed DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours and it will be releasing in Japan on January 14th. It’s quite rare for a Japanese game to first come out in the west, but it is nevertheless a pleasant surprise.     The new DLC on Steam will also include the previously PS4 exclusive art book. Additionally, there will be three new […]Read More

Hidamari Sketch Review (Anime)

Being an art student takes a certain amount of natural talent, skill and eccentricity passion. Have you ever wondered how a young, creative student views the world? Well allow me to introduce you to Hidamari Sketch, an anime that follows the ups and downs of four female students through rose-tinted glasses, stylised visuals and soft […]Read More

DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours Review (PS4)

We can finally take a look at DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours, a latest installment in Darius series of arcade shmup shooters that was released on Steam and PS4 and Vita this December.     Dariusburst was first released on the PSP in 2009. Subsequently, there was an Arcade release. After the streamlined iOS version, this is the […]Read More

Flowers of Evil Part 1 Review (Anime)

School life is rough. Not only do you have to deal with way too much homework, but you also have to make room for awkward friendships, your voice breaking, getting hit in the face, getting blackmailed, having water dunked on you, being forcibly stripped naked, being called the sickest… Wait, what? …Oh, I guess it’s […]Read More

Maid Sama Review: Part 1 (Anime)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at a maid café? Are you a fan of shoujo? If so, then boy, do I have the perfect anime for you! Maid Sama brings viewers an exhilarating combination of moe maids and ferocious warriors. So come on in, sit down and enjoy. Will […]Read More