Game Review: X-Morph Defense (Nintendo Switch)

X:Morph: Defense has descended onto the Nintendo Switch as a digital download for the Nintendo eShop and today we explore what this game has to offer in our latest game review. Is being in charge of an invading alien race worthy of your time? Let’s take a look! Read more of this post

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

Quick Look: Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception (PS4)

During May of 2017, via publisher-come-distributor Deep Silver/Koch Media, released the visual-novel themed turn-based-strategy-game Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception onto the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita within Europe and America and today we will be taking a quick look at what it offers. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Girls Und Panzer – The Real Anzio Battle

Back in 2014 MVM Entertainment released the anime series Girls Und Panzer, and in turn the Girls Und Panzer OVA Collection, into the UK and now three years later the UK Anime Distributor have brought us the OVA episode known as ‘The Real Anzio Battle’. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection (2017)

When MVM Entertainment announced that they would be re-releasing the original Tenchi Muyo OVA Series, the series which initally made it’s UK debut on Cartoon Network UK’s Toonami anime block alongside Dragon Ball Z and Gundam Wing, on DVD and Blu-ray the entire anime community were overcome with joy; especially those who grew up watching the series on UK TV and missed out on MVM Entertainment’s previous releases of the series. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PS4)

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is the next chapter into LEVEL-5’s JPRG adventure that mixtures gorgeous visuals with enriched deep story telling and we managed to sample a small portion of the game through the E3 Demo Build at a preview event in Bandai Namco Entertainment’s UK Headquarters (which is just as awesome as it sounds!). Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

Earlier in the year Manga Entertainment UK gave Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions are short, but relatively wide, theatrical release within the UK; and now five months later that film is being released on to Blu-ray and DVD with the film also being available as a bundle pack with the previous ‘anniversary’ film Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time. But how does this home video release shape up? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Unboxing: My Hero Academia – Season One (Collector’s Edition Blu-ray & DVD Combo Pack) [UK]

Last month Universal Pictures UK announced that it would be releasing the first season of My Hero Academia as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD combo pack release within the UK and now a mere month after this announcement this ‘Collector’s Edition’ release of My Hero Academia is now within our grasp. So; what is in this Collector’s Edition set and how does it compare to previous anime-related-products distributed by Universal Pictures UK? The answer is quite a complicated one but you can find out for yourself in our 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

FUNimation Confirms Dragon Ball Super English Dub Cast & English Preview Clips Released

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Earlier in the year FUNimation had announced that they would be prodcuing an English Dub for Dragon Ball Super, the official sequel to highly successful and widely popular Dragon Ball Z anime series, and within the past twenty-four hours the anime distributor have confirmed the English Dub cast for the series as well as provided a sneak peek on what to expect from the Dub itself. Read more of this post