There's a point in this week's podcast that sound suspiciously like a question from the old game show The $20,000 Pyramid. And you'll find yourself playing right along with the Sistahs as they try to figure out the solution to the question: Things That Rhyme With "Dell."
There are two kinds of Goichi Suda games. The first is the balls-to-the-wall, no-holds barred violence spectacular that players have come to love from the likes of No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, and Killer7. However, the strangely overlooked side of
You never know what you're going to get in the winter anime season. Is it going to be a hot few months, or will it leave you cold? I think the upcoming spring season is going to be way hotter, but some of this winter's offerings are worth watching, and telling your friends about.
With the moves Netflix is making in the Anime industry, a new category has to be made for all the anime I am unable to watch during their actual season. There are two anime that have debuted on Netflix that are airing at their proper time; they are true Netflix Originals that were produced specifically for the streaming service. You can't see them anywhere else, but at least you don't have to wait months to see them. What you do have to wait for are these shows.
Every time you turn your back, another Fate show has come out! What's this new Fate about? This time, the protagonist is someone who has lost his memory, and he's been caught up in the Grail War. Last Encore will be ending in April, and all I've sene is a trailer for it.
Violet Evergarden IS available on Netflix- just not in the United States. SIGH. Praised for its beauty, Violet Evergarden is a sci-fi story about a woman getting in touch with her humanity after being given cybernetic prosthetics. I hear mixed criticism about it. What I know is that a) it looks spectacular and b) It may be boring. By the time Evergarden comes to US Netflix, the Winter season will be over.
As Lion has continued, there are less moments of depression and more happiness, but the drama still carries a lot of weight. Looking at the series so far, I think it's best that we don't have a character who's wallowing in pity and dark feelings every episode. We have a lot of characters and issues that can be tackled, so a smart show like Lion can still entertain and touch your soul without focusing on tragedy.
**WARNING: The following review may contain some political and social opinions some readers may not agree with** Right now, guns are a hot topic in the U.S. Even if you are looking at this article weeks, months, or years after it gets posted,
In the early 2980s, actor Orson Welles hawked Paul Masson wines on TV with the tagline, "We will sell no wine before its time." Just like California wines, the sistahs have the same attitude about video games: They would prefer to sidle up to them a while to them before they reveal their true feelings.
King Baby Duck & his pals Elite4Derek and Wicked Anime's JonStar dive into two more Loot Anime boxes, with their focus on the underdog heroes and gaming-inspired worlds! My Hero Academia! Final Fantasy! Saint Seiya! (Sigh, Black Clover.) Check out
Clustertruck is one insane premise! Taking its inspiration from every cool chase sequence from Hollywood and Hong Kong cinema (especially the one from The Matrix Reloaded), Landfall and tinyBuild's concoction has you running and leaping from truck-to-truck to reach your
After a tumultuous two months, Ninjasistah is finally back in her home and the ElectricSistaHood is finally back on track.
In my years as a gamer, I've come to love the rhythm-based genre. Whether it's using my feet with Dance Dance Revolution, my palms for Donkey Konga, or my digits with Guitar Hero or any of the Hatsune Miku titles,
Pheonix Labs reminds us that sometimes all we need is a well-balanced team and a common goal.