Akira fans make CGI Animated short

Fans of the 1980’s manga and movie Akira have made their own version of the title in a short animated trailer. Along with the video, one of the creators Brad Kremer, wrote about the conception of the trailer: This project started many years ago when both Dean and I lived on Tybee Island. I came […]

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Final Fantasy XV delayed until November

The long awaited fifteenth installment in the main series of Final Fantasy was only a month and a half away from releasing. Keyword being “was”. Last night the game’s director, Hajime Tabata, uploaded a video of him apologising for the delay along with their reasons. Starting out the video, Tabata states that work on the master version […]

Review: Gundam Reconguista in G Part 2 (DVD)

I said in my previous review that part 1 of G-Reco was confusing and hard to follow, and unfortunately that continues in part 2. The battle with the Towasangans from behind the moon is in full swing now, and things just keep getting harder and harder to follow. Raraiya gets her memory back and as […]

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Glitched: the next hit Indie RPG?

After the huge success that was Undertale, I’ve been searching for a game in a similar vein. Unsurprisingly, Kickstarter delivers. Glitched is described as, “a fourth wall breaking RPG where the hero slowly realizes that you, the player, exist.” Presenting a cutesy art style reminiscent of EarthBound, the En House Studios team of three promises a […]

Review: Samurai Flamenco Part 2 (DVD)

Samurai Flamenco Part 2 picks up the series with Masayoshi now leading his very own team, the Flamengers. After their encounter with King Torture of From Beyond, Mineral Miracle Muse a.k.a. the Flamenco Girls have all but disbanded, but it seems the crazy invaders known as From Beyond aren’t the biggest threat after all when […]

Review: A Letter to Momo (DVD)

An impressive aspect of Japanese storytelling and animation is that they often create a perfect marriage between our everyday reality and the fantastical. Animated gems such as Spirited Away (in fact, most of Studio Ghibli’s movie catalogue) and Wolf Children, are stories set in our world with aspects of the supernatural, a meld between mundane […]