Kana’s Korner – Interview with Cissy Jones

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

We got Cissy Jones here for you today. You may know her from such roles like Delilah from Firewatch or Sloane from Destiney 2.
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Alejandro Saab

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Witness the ultimate fast food battle with Alejandro Saab!
The Wandering Witch is Mad for Maerchen Maedchen!

The Wandering Witch is Mad for Maer

Welcome, all, again. Today's subject of discussion is Maerchen Maedchen, a choice which might confuse regular readers. Don't feel bad, though, because it confuses me, too. The ...
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

2018 has been a pretty rough year on my wallet so far with at least one game coming out almost every week since the start of the year that I’ve ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Kevin T. Collins

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

We got the man behind Berserk's Griffith; Kevin T. Collins! If that wasn't enough for you, he also narrates audio books, makes music, and directs! There's no limit ...
The Wandering Witch on Darling in the Franxx

The Wandering Witch on Darling in t

Welcome, all, again. It isn't often that I become interested in--let alone excited by--offerings from the mecha genre. In fact, my last review herein of such a show ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Gaijin Goombah

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Gaijin Goombah (is) here on 91.8 The Fan.
The Wandering Witch Visits a Laid-Back Camp

The Wandering Witch Visits a Laid-B

Welcome, all, again. A new viewing season has begun, one that looks to be rather strong in its offerings! Personally, I am especially pleased with the number and ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Level 99 Games

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Time to get your game on with Brad Talton, founder of Level 99 Games!
The Wandering Witch Watches an Eastern Western — Garo: Vanishing Line

The Wandering Witch Watches an East

Welcome, all, again, and a blessed Yule season! As we close both the year and viewing season, I'd like to look at what I interpret to be a Japanese ...
The Wandering Witch Explores Anime — Gataris

The Wandering Witch Explores Anime

Welcome, all, again. I hope you enjoyed Halloween (Samhain, for me) as much as I did! Meanwhile, our subject of discussion today, Anime-Gataris, has already proven a great ...
Siege Spots – Battle Chef Brigade Review

Siege Spots – Battle Chef Bri

Rev up those fryers! Sharpen your daggers! Battle Chef Brigade is here! With a combination of side-scrolling action, match-three puzzles, and Iron Chef cooking, Battle Chef Brigade is a new ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Asymmetric Publications

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Howdy folks. We got Zack Johnson and Kevin Simmons of Asymmetric Publications to come visit our homestead. You might better know these partners as Jick and Hotstuff from ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Ian James Corlett

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

We got Ian James Corlett, a.k.a. Chef Remy Bones of Vampirina. Aren't you amazed we got such a big star?

Bargain Gaming – Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil

Posted on Jun 16 2011
Bargain Gaming – Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil
What do you think of when you hear the term “great platformer game”? You probably think about one of the various Mario or Sonic games from over the years. If you’re feeling particularly nostalgic you’ll probably go all the way back to the 8-bit era to describe the perfect platformer game from when you were a kid.

Bargain Gaming – The Bouncer

Posted on Jun 02 2011
Bargain Gaming – The Bouncer
In Bargain Gamer's very first EVER video review, he gives us a glimpse into a Squenix brawler, known as "The Bouncer". What does he have to say about this rather intriguing game? Hit the jump to find out!

Gamer’s Paradigm – School 26

Posted on May 10 2011
Gamer’s Paradigm – School 26
Canada's first entirely female owned and operated video game developer, known as Silicon Sisters Interactive, is out to create "games for girls" games made by females, for females. The way Silicon Sisters Interactive operates is not by painting current games pink, they actually do research and stuff and make games girls want to play. And no, cooking mama doesn't count. The studio's first game, School 26, was released on April 21st on Apple's App Store for your iTems for the low price tag ...

Bargain Gaming – Muramasa: The Demon Blade Review

Posted on May 05 2011
Bargain Gaming – Muramasa: The Demon Blade Review
There are some days when I forget why I even have a Wii. I honestly haven’t had that much interest in the system since the first year or two since it was released, when most of the games I was interested in for the system came out.

Bargain Gaming – Dark Cloud Review

Posted on Apr 21 2011
Bargain Gaming – Dark Cloud Review
I was messing around on my PS2 the other day, rapidly cycling through games that I hadn’t played in years in a small nostalgia fit, a pile of old games scattered around my feet. I had just finished playing a quick Blitzball match in Final Fantasy X when I came across my old copy of Dark Cloud and popped the sucker in, planning on messing around for a few minutes before moving on to the next title.

Bargain Gaming – Grand Theft Auto IV Review

Posted on Apr 08 2011
Bargain Gaming – Grand Theft Auto IV Review
Oh Grand Theft Auto, sometimes it’s hard to remember what a good game series you are what with all of the controversy and outrage surrounding you. But underneath that rough media exterior is one of the best examples of sandbox gaming done right, combining trace elements of story with a world overflowing with entropy and the potential for chaos.

Bargain Gaming – Penny Arcade Adventures

Posted on Mar 17 2011
Bargain Gaming – Penny Arcade Adventures
I have a little bit of an addiction when it comes to web comics. I read several series on a daily basis and am constantly on the lookout for new web comics to add to my ever changing routine.  One of these is the highly popular series Penny Arcade, which in the past decade has easily eclipsed its fellow web comic brethren through a series of successes like the PAX conventions and the Child’s Play charity (amongst other things).

Bargain Gaming and Owl In The Rafters: Pokemon Black and White First Impressions

Posted on Mar 15 2011
Bargain Gaming and Owl In The Rafters: Pokemon Black and White First Impressions
BG: As I’m sure most of you know, the new Pokemon games, Black and White, were released this last weekend over here in the U.S. to great fanfare.  Due to Pokemon’s high popularity here on the site I figured it would be remiss of me to not do some sort of review for this latest release of the franchise, however there were two issues I needed to work out first.

Bargain Gaming – Shin Megami Tensei – Strange Journey

Posted on Mar 03 2011
Bargain Gaming – Shin Megami Tensei – Strange Journey
All right, I think I need to start this review off with a little bit of a confession: I am a HUGE Shin Megami Tensei fan. And when I say huge I mean it. Ever since I picked up Persona 4 a few years ago I’ve picked up every Shin Megami release I could get my hands on in an effort to recapture the magic of that title.

Bargain Gaming – Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – New Release Special Review

Posted on Feb 24 2011
Bargain Gaming – Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – New Release Special Review
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 was one of my favorite fighting games as a kid.  It and the Soul Calibur made up the bulk of my fighting game experience back then, and I loved them for it.  Sure, games like Mortal Kombat and Tekken would be played on occasion as well, but it was these two games that first taught me the joy of fighting games and, sadly, the painful realization that I wasn’t any good at them.