Kana’s Korner – Interview with Landon McDonald

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Do you like Dragon Ball Super, Hunter X Hunter, or One Punch Man? Then you don't want to miss this!
Alice & Zouroku (& the Wandering Witch)

Alice & Zouroku (& the Wand

Welcome, all, again. A new viewing season has begun and, to be honest, I'm not quite sold on it. Not yet, anyway. There are a number of ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Eliza Jane Schneider

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Today's guest is Eliza Jane Schneider! Hear many stories including how she put the South into Mafia 3, how she intertied a ton of roles from South Park, the ...
Siege Spots – Persona 5 Review (PS4)

Siege Spots – Persona 5 Revie

After 20 years of Persona, and 8 years after Persona 4, Persona 5 is finally here. This very Japanese RPG series has grown tremendously since its beginnings, and Persona 5 ...
Nerd’s Weebviews – We Are X Review

Nerd’s Weebviews – We A

X Japan, the biggest band you have never heard of, or at least that is the tagline from the documentary film, We Are X. The film follows the life of ...
The Wandering Witch Lives Vicariously!

The Wandering Witch Lives Vicarious

Welcome, all, again. Today we will discuss Seiren, a slice-of-life series which follows protagonist Shoichi Kamita and his interactions with three very different girls. Now, the purpose and ...
The Wandering Witch Ponders Lucky Number 13

The Wandering Witch Ponders Lucky N

Welcome, all, again. Please let me apologize for there being no January column--a death in the family compelled my travel overseas and otherwise consumed my attention. I am ...
Kayarath’s Adventures in J1-Con

Kayarath’s Adventures in J1-C

I made it my mission to cover every convention in my area. While I have a ways to go, I did mange to knock one more off the list. ...
Kayarath’s Adventures in More Indie Games

Kayarath’s Adventures in More

Too Many Games, too little time. Between the cosplay, the guests, the marketplace, and everything else, it's quite easy to miss the games of Too Many Games.
The Wandering Witch – Learns the Drop Rule

The Wandering Witch – Learns

Welcome, all, again. I'm very excited about this month's review(!), having chosen to finally discuss March Comes in Like a Lion. In truth, I've been saving this one, ...
Kayarath’s Adventures in Street Festivals

Kayarath’s Adventures in Stre

Every April the sakuras fall and the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia hosts the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival. I've been covering that for years but this year I'm ...
The Wandering Witch — Gets Left for Last

The Wandering Witch — Gets Le

Welcome, all, again. We've begun a viewing season chock-full of magical girls and witches, and so--especially with October bringing Halloween--I just had to pick one such series for review. ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Fal-Con

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Today Kana talks with the people behind Fal-Con, an anime convention taking place October in Alabama.
The Wandering Witch – Joins the Family

The Wandering Witch – Joins t

Welcome, all, again. I've decided to make good on my threat, so I'll be reviewing 91 Days, one of those often-referenced-but-seldom-seen "instant classics." That's right, they really do ...

Siege Spots – Bullet Bros.

Posted on Nov 17 2013
Siege Spots – Bullet Bros.
Some of my earliest memories are of playing one of the Metal Slug games in a Chuck E. Cheese's. Oh wait, that was actually only like 3 years ago. But that won't stop me from being nostalgically excited for Bullet Bros!

Siege Spots – “Code Monkey Save World” Review

Posted on Oct 20 2013
Siege Spots – “Code Monkey Save World” Review
The worlds of Jonathan Coulton's songs have collided into one action-packed comic series. There's sure to be plenty of nods familiar to people who follow Coulton's music, but is there anything for the average comic reader?

Siege Spots – The Beauty of Chaos Wars

Posted on Oct 06 2013
Siege Spots – The Beauty of Chaos Wars
Today, dear readers, I am going to talk to you about my favorite game in my PS2 library. Yes, I love it even more than Mister Mosquito.

Siege Spots – Getting Rich Quick With Fanime

Posted on Aug 25 2013
Siege Spots – Getting Rich Quick With Fanime
Hi, I'm Siege, and I'm a poor college student. I can't even afford to buy real people food like eggs and caviar. So I've been thinking: I should find a way to make money. I see the kids these days talking about how much they like anime. I could make an anime, I think.

Siege Spots – OZombie: Interview with American McGee

Posted on Jul 02 2013
Siege Spots – OZombie: Interview with American McGee
American McGee and Spicy Horse are at it again with another re-imagining of a childhood story. This time they're taking on The Wizard of Oz with the Kickstarter for their new game, OZombie.

Siege Spots – Anthymn Interview

Posted on Jun 30 2013
Siege Spots – Anthymn Interview
Anthymn is a Musical Massively Multiplayer Online RPG. A Massively Musical Online RPG? Musical Multiplayer RPG? Whatever it is, it's awesome, and I've got an interview all about it.

Siege Spot – A Hat In Time

Posted on Jun 02 2013
Siege Spot – A Hat In Time
It's time for a Siege Spot Special, where I post a little off my normal schedule to talk about something so cool I couldn't wait to post it. This time I'll be talking to the developers of an up-and-coming crowd-funded game called A Hat In Time, a game inspired by classic N64 platformers.

Siege Spots – Why I’m Excited For The Xbox One (And Don’t Expect You To Be)

Posted on May 25 2013
Siege Spots – Why I’m Excited For The Xbox One (And Don’t Expect You To Be)
I really didn't want to jump on this bandwagon, but it's the only thing on my mind at the moment. Obligatory biased console article, go!

Siege Spots – A Retrothoughtasis Of Persona 4 The Animation

Posted on Apr 28 2013
Siege Spots – A Retrothoughtasis Of Persona 4 The Animation
I prefer to call this article "a retrospect" instead of a review. Maybe I should call it "thoughts" instead. Maybe "analysis." Wait, no. Retrothoughtasis. Perfect.

Siege Spots – What Makes A Good Open World Game

Posted on Mar 31 2013
Siege Spots – What Makes A Good Open World Game
It's always a shame when a game company goes out of business. Still, it gives me a good idea for my first article here.