The 2015 anime Punch Line was an interesting one to boot. A series about a kid who'd destroy the world if he saw panties is legit one of the silliest ideas for an anime I've ever seen (and that industry
Ninja knows what she's good at. And she knows what she isn't good at. If she's not very good at certain types of video game, she stays plumb away from them.
Metroidvanias are a dime-a-dozen these days, so it's always refreshing to see someone in the industry add a refreshing twist to the genre. Enter Dirty Beast Games, who presented their debut title Feral Frontier at this year's Boston Festival of
Rarely does the Yakuza franchise disappoint, and thanks to the love the likes of Yakuza 0 and Yakuza 6 earned over in the US, fans outside of Japan are now just getting into the story of Kazuma Kiryu. How fortunate
As a famouse poem says, "there is no joy in Mudville". But this week's story has nothing to do with baseball. It has to do with a video game development company.
It's no secret that My Hero Academia has grown to become of the most beloved superhero stories of the last decade. Based on Kōhei Horikoshi's original manga series, the tale of a Quirkless boy and his journey to become the
Ten Dragon Quest games have come and gone, but it took the eleventh one to finally attract Pandalicious.
Death can be a funny thing, even if it's one of the most feared things on the planet. So leave it to Zoink! Games, the creators of the under-appreciated Stick It To The Man, to push the envelope of what
Say what you will, but the self-proclaimed "Righteous Boobage Producer" Kenichiro Takaki knows exactly what kind of game he wants to make. The mastermind behind the Senran Kagura franchise has taken his shinobi heroes from serious stories and beach vacations
Early on in this week's show, Ninja says the prophetic words, "Our video game and anime podcast has turned into a film and superhero podcast." The comment shows just how much the wheels flew off of the thing.