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Adapting a manga for the big screen can be a daunting task, especially one that’s been running nonstop for well over a decade. Director Shinsuke Sato has taken the burden of bringing Yasuhisa Hara’s Kingdom, which is in itself an

WayForward knows how to deliver a good time, even with the most simplest of mechanics. This is very evident in their Mighty Switch Force! series, which had delivered loads of challenges with a mere simple twist. For those who’ve been

Since the dawn of time, humankind has looked for the answers to our greatest mysteries. What’s the meaning of life? Is there a god? Did the chicken or the egg come first? Can pinball be sexy? Thanks to Honey ∞

Note to the triple-A gaming industry: when someone says the community is craving a certain kind of game, you best listen to them instead of plugging your ears. That’s what happened with Koji Igarashi, who breathed new life to Castlevania

Bringing fantasy worlds to life is an incredibly tall order in and of itself, but with a series as storied as the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. Providing a fantasy story through the eyes of anthropomorphic animals, particularly mice and

Sometimes a video game wants you to think that you can leave your brain behind when you start playing it. That’s what I initially was going to happen when I started playing DeadToast Entertainment’s My Friend Pedro, a shooter whose

Space: the final frontier. Okay, maybe not “final” final, but it’s up there with some of the greatest mysteries of our lives. If we’ve learned anything from science fiction and its ilk, it’s that space is one dangerous place to

Video games based on the universe created by H.P. Lovecraft have come and gone over the years, with surprisingly few of them hitting the mark. Surprisingly, most of the successes, like Eternal Darkness, were not direct interpretations, but more loosely

On paper, a game like Our World is Ended sounds like it’d be a blast to experience. Take a team of game developers, and have them go face-off against creatures that roamed their past titles. However, even the brightest of

Fairytales have had their own interpretations here and there, and at times they can merely serve as inspirations for new works. Such is the case of Sorata Akizuki’s Snow White with the Red Hair, which has some sprinklings of that