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

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DVD Review: Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You!

Following on from its limited cinema release last November, Manga Entertainment UK now brings us the ‘DVD’ release of Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You; but just how good is this DVD release and more importantly does the film hold up? Let’s find out in our review! Read more of this post

DVD Review: Monster Musume – The Complete Collection

MVM Entertainment will be releasing Monster Musume as a Limited Edition Blu-ray & DVD Combo Pack within the UK; but while you wait here is our thoughts of the series on DVD. Spoiler; it’s not a show I like but it does come with plenty of assets. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and this time we get to explore the storyline of Broly in the Dragon Ball Z Movie Trilogy that consists of Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly Second Coming and Bio Broly! So get those umbrellas at the ready as it’s about to get wet with blood in our review of Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 2

It has been three months since Manga Entertainment UK released the first instalment into the Dragon Ball Super anime on Blu-ray and DVD, with the contents retelling the events of the feature-length Dragon Ball Z film ‘Battle of Gods’, and now Manga Entertainment UK are back with the second instalment; a retelling of the Resurrection F film.

Does this mean that Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 2 is not worthy of your time? Far from it; as while the end result may be the same the journey is vastly different. Read more of this post

Game Review: Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4)

It has been less than a year since Bandai Namco Entertainment unveiled Dragon Ball FighterZ at the Xbox One E3 Media Conference and since then we have eagerly been waiting for its arrival. So; does Dragon Ball FighterZ live up to the hype created over these past few months? The answer is YES! Read more of this post

DVD Review: Matoi: The Sacred Slayer – The Complete Collection

Matoi: The Sacred Slayer is the latest ‘magical girl’ themed anime series to be released in the UK and in our latest review we will take a look at what the series has to offer; spoilers – it’s actually really good! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 4

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and in Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 4 we get to explore deeper into the world of Dr Gero’s androids in Super Android 13 and experience a brand new story in Bojack Unbound. So what can you expect from these two films? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 3

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and this time we get to explore the storyline of Cooler in the Dragon Ball Z Movies Cooler’s Revenge and Return of Cooler; but do these films deliver the Dragon Ball Z experience we’ve come to love from the franchise? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Digimon Adventure Tri – Part 3: Confession

The third chapter into the ‘Tri’ arc of Digimon Adventure is finally here courtesy of Manga Entertainment UK; but more importantly does it manage to build upon the foundations of the previous films? Not exactly but it does help move the story along in a new direction. Confused? Then check out our thoughts in our Blu-Ray Review of Digimon Adventure Tri – Part 3: Confession. Read more of this post