In the last episode of Minecraft: Story Mode, Jesse found out the hard way why it's best not to piss off an all-powerful being. Awakening to new surroundings, the slayer of the Wither Storm discovers quickly that the path to
King Baby Duck punches some funny bones with the opening of Loot Anime's Action Comedy box, featuring merch from One-Punch Man, KonoSuba, and more! Plus check out what's inside the limited edition version of Sentai Filmworks' release of Monster Musume:
The weather dramatically changed in Massachusetts recently -- from hot to cold and back hot again, and it's done a number on Ninja and Panda.
Great news: they made a sequel to Rock of Ages! Even better news: we're not talking about that crappy hair metal musical! The best news: it succeeds far greater than the first one! Atlas has gone and misplaced the globe, accidentally
Okay, Telltale Games. Now you're getting somewhere with Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy! The first two episodes of their adaptation of Star Lord and his bad company had its stumbles and missteps. Finally, after some strange plot twists were glued
We present everything in black and white on this week's show. And we try to accomplish that without getting red all over.
I'm getting the feeling that Telltale Games has learnt their lesson regarding Minecraft: Story Mode. After starting Season Two on the right foot with "Hero In Residence," it was clear that they wanted the scope of Jesse and the rest
There are two sides of every tale, especially in last year's brilliant platformer Shantae: Half-Genie. One may think that everyone's favorite belly-dancing genie heroine was the one that saved the world again, but -- as her rival Risky Boots points