For many of us, we love anime because it has the power to totally transport our minds to wholly different worlds, grips us tightly with suspenseful stories and drama, and have our eyes glued to screens with mesmerizing animation and action. But how many of you love those anime series that got you rifling in pain from the first minute of each episode to the very last due to uncontrollable gut-busting laughter? None? Don't worry as today I will share with you my top 5 favourite anime series to watch when I want to piss myself from laughter.
Nintendo released a new trailer in the wee hours of the early morning for their next mobile game release, Mario Kart Tour. The game is finally set for a September 25th release with the trailer showing us that tried and true Mario Kart gameplay on tracks that are based on real world cities.
2010's Alan Wake was a magnificent game and, I waited upon bated breath for the announcement of a sequel ever since. Control might not be that sequel but, from the reviews of the action-adventure game by some of the major publications, it seems that it is very much a Remedy Entertainment game through and through. Here's the review roundup:
Sometimes the best is truly indeed last as the Nintendo Switch's stellar summer of exclusives ends with the release of Astral Chain. Developed by action game masters PlatinumGames (they developed both Bayonneta & Nier: Automata) and published by Nintendo, the game has you using both thumbsticks to control two characters to perform amazing hack & slash combos. Now, with the game's release date inching closer and closer, critics have already published their full reviews. Here's the review roundup from some of the industries' most respected publications:
The Summer is the perfect time for lengthy, enjoyably RPGs and even though the Switch received two great ones last month(Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 & Fire Emblem: 3 Houses), there is still enough time for one more before September. Next in line is the new Action-RPG, ONINAKI, that tells the story of one Watcher on a journey to protect Life, after Death. The game features exciting hack and slash style battles, with deep customization of your demons and weapons. So is it another great RPG releasing this Summer? Here's the review roundup:
If you haven't to picked up Mortal Kombat 11 yet, you are missing out on one of the most fun games of 2019 so far. The good news, in coming up with what can now be considered industry standard, Netherealms Studios is extending the life of their game with paid fighter's DLC. The game already saw the release of Shang Tsung and Nightwolf and will also see at least 4 more characters make their way to the game. Also, thanks to a new trailer today, we even know who these mystery fighters are.
Hey I am Marlon Mcfarlane the writer here at Blue Crescent Studio & a longtime lover of all things Animation & Gaming.