Game Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 – Deluxe Edition (Switch)

Originally released onto the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita three years ago Omega Force revitalizes the iconic musou action game One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 for the Nintendo Switch; except this time it’s been expanded with previously released downloadable content and given the hybrid treatment. In terms of content then this Nintendo Switch release is the ultimate One Piece: Pirate Warriors experience; but does the overall performance and presentation suffer as a result of hybrid hardware? Let’s find out in our review. Read more of this post

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DVD Review: Initial D Legend 2: Racer

We return to the hills of Akina to explore what this DVD release of Initial D Legend 2: Racer has to offer; so what exactly does it contain? Well let’s speed down the hill and find out. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Initial D Legend 1: Awakening

We go downhill to explore what MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of Initial D Legend 1: Awakening has to offer; but is it a film worthy of first place or does it crash and burn? Well’s start the race and find out (Ok, I’ll put the break on with the puns). Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Digimon Adventure Tri: Part 4 – Loss

We return to the digital world in the fourth chapter of the Digimon Adventure Tri franchise courtesy of Manga Entertainment UK; but things are not as they seem. Confused? Well let’s explore in more detail with our Blu-Ray review of Digimon Adventure Tri: Part 4 – Loss. Read more of this post

Game Review: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy (Switch)

It has been less ten years since the first Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm game was released onto the PlayStation 3, and it’s been less than a year since the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm trilogy received the enhanced re-release onto current-generation-consoles; but now the ‘Ultimate Ninja Storm’ trilogy arrives on the Nintendo Switch.

Is this a smart move from Bandai Namco Entertainment? The answer is yes, and not just from the amount of story content but because it is a solid port that retains everything you could want from the experience.

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Game Review: Gal*Gun 2 (Switch)

PQube Games brings us another slice of lewd shooting fun with Gal*Gun 2 on the Nintendo Switch; but does this latest instalment into the Gal*Gun franchise manage to keep us entertained? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – TV Specials Collection

It has been a long wait, but a rather short release pattern, as Manga Entertainment UK brings us the final installment into the Dragon Ball Z Movies and this time it is the ‘TV Special Collection’ which puts the spotlight on two origin stories from within the Dragon Ball Z timeline; namely Bardock, who is of course The Farther of Goku, and Future Trunks. Read more of this post

Review: Shadow Bug (Nintendo Switch)

The Nintendo Switch library continues to expand and each week we see a variety of new titles released onto the platform; and recently Muro Studios Nintendo Switch port Shadow Bug caught our attention. So what make this mobile / PC port worthy of our attention and more importantly is it worthy of your attention? Well read our review to find out! Read more of this post

DVD Review: GATE – The Complete Collection

We enter the GATE and explore a world filled with dragons, demigods, magicians and soldiers; but what does MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of the series have in store for us? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: My Hero Academia – Season 2 Part 1

Izuku Midoriya continues his dream of mastering ‘one for all’ within My Hero Academia but what can one expect to receive from this Blu-Ray release of My Hero Academia – Season 2 Part 1? Well let’s find out what Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s latest anime offering has to give in our latest review! Read more of this post