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Review: Metal Slug 1 OST (Vinyl)

Metal Slug drew all sorts of excitement when the series hit arcades in the ’90s on SNK’s fan-favourite Neo Geo platform. Nazca’s legendary development on the iconic visual splendour and awesome run and gun gameplay have been the focus of all sorts of fan discussion over the years, but with this release from Data Discs […]

Review: Digimon Tamers Complete Series (DVD)

When it comes to shows from your childhood, impartiality can be difficult. Attempting to separate the positive memories of watching early morning television on the weekends from the actual narrative proficiency and entertainment value of a show can be nigh impossible in these circumstances, so strong is the desire for things to be exactly as […]

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Review: Sailor Moon S: Part 2 (DVD)

Is there ever a bad time to watch Sailor Moon S? Probably not – it’s generally regarded as the fan favourite when it comes to the 1990s adaptation of Sailor Moon, and this release brings all the excitement to a close in terrific style. After the somewhat anti-climatic finale for the previous set (Usagi saved […]

Review: Charlotte Volume 1 (DVD)

Charlotte takes place in an alternate reality where a small percentage of children gain superhuman abilities at the onset of puberty, with the catch that the power will disappear as the child ages. The story follows protagonist Yuu Otosaka, who has the ability to possess anyone in his line of sight for five seconds, while his […]

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Review: Sonic Mania OST (Vinyl)

Sonic Mania’s captured a fair share of love on the internet and certainly stole our collective hearts away, leaving a gushing initial playthrough in its wake, but in addition to a great presentation and razor-sharp gameplay, its soundtrack performs an amazing job of revisiting classic tracks and creating new ones to accompany the additional levels […]

Review: Erased Volume 2 (Blu-Ray)

Erased Volume 2 hits the ground running, with the stakes higher than they’ve ever been as Satoru returns to 1988 once again to try and change Kayo’s fate. Now a little more knowledgeable on the events of the past, Satoru attempts to avoid his prior mistakes and goes on the offensive – hiding Kayo from […]

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Review: Seiyu’s Life Complete Series (DVD)

Seiyu’s Life’s premise is refreshingly interesting – self-referencial seiyu career drama/slice of life/coming of age-character based story with a big emphasis on the nitty gritty quirks of working in Japan’s highly-competitive and internationally recognised voice talent industry. As a long-time fanboy why wouldn’t I jump at the chance to check it out? Seiyu’s Life follows […]