Quick Look: Tesla Vs lovecraft (Nintendo Switch)

Tesla Vs Lovecraft is the latest Twin-Stick-Shooter by 10Ton’s Ltd rand while it may seem reminisce to previous twin-stick-shooters released by the Finland based studio, such as Crimsonland and Neon Chrome, it’s actually vastly different. In this case Tesla Vs Lovecraft features a narrative that includes its own ‘comic-book’ styled cut-scenes with voice-acting and a unique power-up that allows players to power-up the a robot for devastating descruction. Read more of this post

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Unboxing: Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 1 and Part 2 (Blu-ray) [UK]

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It’s been a long-time-coming but Sunrise’s iconic Mobile Suit Gundam franchise has finally arrived on Blu-ray within the UK, courtesy of Anime Limited; and what better way to start than with the original 1979 TV Anime series Mobile Suit Gundam and so today we will be taking a look at both sets. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Escaflowne – Ultimate Edition (Blu-ray) [UK]

Last year Anime Limited surprised fans by releasing an ‘Ultimate Edition’ of the Escaflowne anime franchise with it containing both the Complete TV Series and feature-length-film remastered in High Definition with a soundtrack CD Collection and artbook. From an ‘Ultimate Edition’ perspective it certainly featured everything an Escaflowne fan could ever want but alas it also came with a £150 RRP Price-Tag. So was this Ultimate Edition worth the cost – and more importantly the wait? Well let’s take a look in our latest unboxing! Read more of this post

Quick Look: Baboon (PS4)

Back in 2015 Spanish indie development studio Relevo Videogames released their debut game onto the PS Vita; a game known as Baboon! and now two years on the game is now being ported over to the PS4 with enhanced visuals, tweaked gameplay and better looking explosions; so today we will be taking a closer look at it in our latest quick look feature. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force (PC)

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This Steam version of Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is a port of last year’s PlayStation 4 release, which, as you may remember, was an upgraded version of the previously released PS3 game Fairy Fencer F and despite this it is still a welcome addition to anyone’s Steam collection.  As you’d expect this Steam release of Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is pretty much the same as the previous PS4 release, albeit with the addition of Steam support in the form of Cloud Saving, Achievements and Trading Cards; but this aside we will take a ‘quick look’ at the game to see what it has to offer. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Dragon Ball Super DLC Pack 1 (Xbox One)

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The Dragon Ball universe continues to expand and while Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 introduced a new avenue for the franchise to explore the anime, now known as Dragon Ball Super, continues to build upon the original story and delivers a universe much larger than anyone expected. Now… this is where the first Downloadable Pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 comes into play; as it begins to introduce the characters featured within the new anime series to players of the game. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Sailor Moon Crystal – Set 1 (Limited Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [AUS]

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Although their are still no plans for Sailor Moon Crystal, or it’s original anime adaptation Sailor Moon, to receive a UK release any time soon our friends over in Australia, via anime distributor Madman Entertainment, continue to receive both variations of the franchise and today we will be talking a closer look at the recent Limited Edition Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack release of Sailor Moon Crystal – Set 1. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Attack on Titan – Season 1 (Blu-ray) [UK]

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Earlier in the year Manga Entertainment UK re-released the first season of Attack on Titan as a complete season box set in an attempt to not only fix concerns over the first half of the series, which saw the bonus features stripped onto a DVD as part of the Deluxe Collector’s Edition (which we unboxed here); but to give potential newcomers to the franchise everything they would need within a single purchase. So is this Attack on Titan Blu-ray (which is also available on DVD) worth it? or is it just another missed oppurtunity by MangaUK? Well let’s take a closer look in our unboxing. Read more of this post

Unboxing: The Heroic Legend of Arslan – Series 1 Part 1 (Collector’s Edition Blu-ray) [UK]

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Universal Pictures UK once again returns to the anime distribution scene and this time they are providing fans with a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray (and Collector’s Edition DVD) release of The Heroic Legend of Arslan – Series 1 Part 1. So.. is this second anime release by Universal Pictures UK just as impressive as their debut or will does it fail in comparison? The answer is simple; it is just as impressive as their previous release and, in some aspects at least, it is a lot better and today we will be unboxing the Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of The Heroic Legend of Arslan – Series 1 Part 1. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Sword Art Online II – Parts 1 to 4 (Collectors Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [UK]

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Throughout the past few months Anime Limited, also known as All The Anime, have been releasing Sword Art Online II in progressive manner and with all four parts now available within the UK market I thought it would be a good idea to unbox them and highlight just exactly what you will get inside.

For those unfamiliar Sword Art Online II is the sequel to Sword Art Online, which was released by Manga Entertainment UK onto Blu-ray and DVD, and sees Kirito once again within a virtual reality game trying to uncover the mysteries surrounding players dying within the game. This UK release of Sword Art Online II, which was handled via ANime Limited, saw the series released in four seperate parts each of which were available as a Collectors Edition combo pack, which is what i will be unboxing, and standard edition DVD; furthermore each Collectors Edition release not only came packaged inside a unique chipboard box but it also saw a variety of information packed neatly inside a booklet. Read more of this post