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If there's ever a video game company that deserves to celebrate its legacy, it's SNK. The makers of Fatal Fury, The King of Fighters, and many other classic fighters has been kicking loads of ass for four decades. Hence why

Mamoru Hosoda has this knack of bringing the most realistic human action and emotion into all of his animated films. From the trials of single motherhood in Wolf Children to a confused teenager waking up to something mystical in The

Although I may be pretty good with rhythm games that have either the name Hatsune Miku or Dance Dance Revolution in its title, games focused on instruments has almost never been my strongest suits. Perhaps that's why I often find

Jackbox Games has been putting out some quality party games for some time now. I would eve go as far as to say that they revolutionized the party video game genre with the release of the original Fibbage. After several

For the last fifteen years, the Disgaea franchise has entertained millions of fans worldwide, leading to spinoffs, anime adaptations, and even the occasional Prinny-friendly merch. However, although many a protagonist has made their mark on this series, no one can

Doing licensed racing games can be hit-or-miss, and unfortunately most of the time it's very much a miss situation. The likes of South Park, Garfield, Shrek, and even Disney have almost always failed to bring in the same kind of

The atrocities of World War II are one too many to name, but from within the darkness comes the light of the heroes that rise to the occasion. Teaching such history can be very complicated, especially when conveying the horrors

Many times I have felt the calling of a video game that was itching to be played more. This leads me to ask the question, "Has a game literally ever waited for your return?" There's a very good chance that

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

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