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Steins;Gate 0 Is Out Today On Steam

by Peter Paltridgeon May 9, 2018
What’s happening next in the time-bending world of Steins;Gate? You can find out today as the sequel is released in English on Steam… In 2009 developers 5pb. and Nitroplus launched the original Steins;Gate, a sci-fi visual novel game about a group of young students who discover a way to manipulate the past via E-mail. Their […]
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Steins;Gate 0 Coming To Steam May 8

by Peter Paltridgeon April 27, 2018
Who here is a fan of Steins;Gate? Did you know a lot more of it is heading West in 2018? In 2009 developers 5pb. and Nitroplus launched the original Steins;Gate, a sci-fi visual novel game about a group of young students who discover a way to manipulate the past via E-mail. Their experiments start out […]

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My Hero Academia Comes To Toonami May 5

by Peter Paltridgeon April 19, 2018
How many of you have been begging Toonami’s Jason DeMarco for My Hero Academia to run on the block? And how long have you been doing it? It’s been one of the most frequent requests since its premiere two years ago. After 24 months of responses like “the rights are tangled up” and “it can’t […]

Review: “Sekirei: The Complete Series” – Flickering Rays of Light

by macattackon March 1, 2018
I generally grade ecchi anime on a different scale from other anime. Ecchi anime is something I do not naturally gravitate too, and even as I’ve become desensitized the idea of ecchi, there’s always a lingering discomfort in that I am watching giant animated boobs flopping around like water balloons glued to a washboard. So […]

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Review: “Bikini Warriors” – You Get What You Pay For

by Classic Speedyon February 26, 2018
I’m about to review Bikini Warriors, and I almost feel like saying, “What’s the point?” The “high concept” name tells you everything you need to know about it: scantily-clad girls battle supernatural monsters in fantasy landscapes. Really, why even review it? The name either excites you or nauseates you. This will be a short review, […]
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Review: “Scrapped Princess, The Complete Series” Makes a Good Case for Recycling Anime

by Weathermanon February 22, 2018
The past is prologue, the future is the past, whoever controls the present controls the past yadda yadda yadda. The point is that time isn’t always what we think it is. What would happen if someone messed around with the perception of time? Why would they? Would anyone try and stop them? Would anyone even […]

Review: “Orange” – You Won’t Regret Watching This Anime

by Neo Yion February 21, 2018
Do you ever look back at your life with second thoughts about it? Maybe you were better off taking that job offer years ago. What if you had married your college boyfriend instead of the man you’re with now? Perhaps someone close to you could have lived if you did something differently. If you could send […]

Review: “Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card” First Episode Is Magical, But Safe

by Neo Yion January 17, 2018
More than anything, Cardcaptor Sakura was my personal childhood-defining Magical Girl franchise. Utilizing the theme of love and kindness as the driving point behind main character Sakura’s quest, Cardcaptor Sakura was a good-natured show notable for its open-minded idealism. It supported people with different viewpoints and social status as individuals equally worthy of love and […]

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Cardcaptor Sakura Returns In 2018 With Clear Card

by Peter Paltridgeon December 28, 2017
Ready for the first major anime release of 2018? Sakura, Captor of Cards is back in a brand-new series….what do we know so far? Beginning January 7, Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card will begin airing in Japan, the first real continuation of Sakura’s story since the 1990s original. The manga version by CLAMP started in June […]
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Attack On Titan Will Get A Third Season In 2018

by Peter Paltridgeon June 19, 2017
Attack On Titan aired the last episode of its second season in Japan on Saturday, and at the very end of the broadcast, viewers were treated to a teaser announcing a third season was in production. The subbed anime is also simulcast on Crunchyroll and Funimation’s streaming service, and American viewers got the same trailer. […]