DVD Review: Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions Heart Throb – The Complete Series

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After several months of delay’s Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions Heart Throb is finally about to be released within the UK on DVD and Blu-ray via Manga Entertainment; but what can one expect to receive from this release? Well let’s take a look in our latest review. Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: DRAMAtical Murder – The Complete Collection

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Murder and Drama don’t usually mix well together but what can one expect from Manga Entertainment UK’s Blu-ray release of DRAMAtical Murder – The Complete Collection? Well it turns you can expect both and some more; so let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Game Review: Tales of Berseria (PS4)

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Spanning more than two decades the Tales of franchise has established itself as one of Bandai Namco Entertainment’s biggest IP’s and yet despite its long running history, both in video games and entertainment medium, it’s a franchise I have paid very little attention to; that is until this year’s western release of Tales of Berseria.  Of course I am familiar with the franchises previous western outings, namely Tales of Abyss, Tales of Vesperia, Tales of Xillia and the more recent Tales of Zesteria; but unlike this year’s release of Berseria none of them managed to grab and secure my attention. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX – Season 2

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Manga Entertainment UK continues to push-out the nostalgia into the UK Home video market and this time we take a look at their latest offering; namely the second season of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX which is of course the direct sequel (of sorts) to the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. So; what can one expect from this particular release? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Game Review: 7th Dragon III: Code VFD (3DS)

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Whenever I begin thinking about JPRG games I automatically imagine the large catalogue readily available for PlayStation platforms; however look further and you’ll realize that the Nintendo 3DS also has a relatively large catalogue of JPRG Games; and I’m not referring to the endless amounts of Pokemon or The Legend of Zelda games.

Fitting in to this ‘forgetable’ selection of JPRG Games for the Nintendo 3DS is the recently released 7th Dragon III: CODE VFD; a sequel of sorts to the previously released PSP and Nintendo DS games and today I’ll be taking a closer look at it. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Invaders of the Rokujyōma!? – The Complete Collection

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Invaders of the Rokujyōma!? provides a different type of experience that’s filled with laughs and a rather unique story; but what can one expect to receive from the DVD by MVM Entertainment? Well we take a look in our latest review. 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

DVD Review: Sakura Trick – The Complete Series

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Sakura Trick offers up one kiss too many from my perspective but what can one expect to receive from this DVD release of the series by MVM Entertainment? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Death Note – The Complete Collection

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Death Note returns to the UK in a brand-new Blu-ray release but does the series stand the test of time? and more importantly what can you expect from the contents of this Blu-ray release by Manga Entertainment UK? Well let’s take a look in our latest review! Read more of this post

Game Review: Shu (PS4)

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Every once in a while we bear witness to a truly unique gaming experience; sometimes these are big-budget releases that spend decades within development, such as Final Fantasy XV, The Last Guardian and Shenmue III, and sometimes some just appear out of nowhere and Shu; but is it any good? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post