This week we have a review for you of the classic anime series Fushigi Yugi, which was something of a big thing back in the early ‘90s in US anime fandom.
February 26, 2010
Now it’s time for me to come back to the Tokyo Babylon reviews, with the series’ 3rd to last volume. As the series starts to come to a close, does it continue to provide some social commentary on the state of Japan (when the stories were written), or does the series push that aside in favor of the main plot? More…
January 10, 2010
That’s right. We’ve got another review of a video game basically a week after the game came out. In this case, it’s Bayonetta, the new action from from Platnium Games (which is made up of the team which made Okami, God Hand, and Viewtiful Joe), and specifically from the creator of Devil May Cry. Does it hold up to its pedigree, or does it kind of fall down on its face?
October 24, 2009
I’ve got another video game review for you, and one for a game that’s actually rather current (having been released just over a week ago). The game is Brutal Legend, and it’s the latest game from Tim Schafer, who put out Psychonauts. I’ve previously covered news articles about the game’s trials and tribulations in coming to market. The question is, was it worth the wait? More…
April 2, 2006
This is what our review of The Matrix looks like when it’s not April 1. Time to fess up: who’d we get?