Welcome, all, again. Let me begin by admitting that I have been completely overwhelmed by the choices this season, and have not had the chance to watch even half ...
Kyle Hebert, also known as Ryu From Street Fighter stopped by today for a chat. We talk about his part in Street Fighter V and chat about the joys of ...
We welcome Erin Fitzgerald, voice actress of Noire from Megadimension Neptunia VII and Agnes Oblige from Bravely Second: End Layer back once more for an insightful interview. We talk about ...
Today we had the chance to sit down with Nicole Oliver and talk about her latest roles as well as what its like to be a part of BronyCon. Nicole ...
Laura Post joins us today to talk with us about her voice over role in Final Fantasy XIV as Moenbryda in a massive online MMORPG. Aside from that we also ...
Today we had an interview with Stephanie Chateau, Chuck Stroschein, and Katy Johnson from Concept Galaxy. Learn more about their lineup for upcoming conventions this year from Fal-Con to Realms ...
Welcome, all, again. This is proving to be a glorious viewing season, with offerings for fans of all genres. I absolutely love KONOSUBA-God's blessing on this wonderful world!, ...
Danielle McRae returns once more to sit down and talk to us about her latest work. Today we learn more about her part of S-sha in Megadimension Neptunia VII as ...
Graham Smith of DrinkBox Studios joined us today to talk with us about their newest game Severed. Severed is a touch based RPG where you must gain abilities or solve ...
Today we had the pleasure to interview Keir Miron, a video game developer from Vancouver. Keir Miron is the software engineer for Darkest Dungeon a challenging gothic, roguelike turn-based RPG.
It's like a yearly tradition! So welcome back Raymond Lenzer for some exclusive announcements concerning Kami-Con! .
If you want to get into visual novels, Sekai Project is a great place to start.
Believe it or not, food and music have a lot of common. Jason Graves knows this all too well.
Welcome to the New Year everyone! This year we’ve got some great things over the horizon for 91.8 The Fan and The Current. Specifically, this article is going to be ...
Posted on Jan 13 2016
Welcome to the New Year everyone! This year we’ve got some great things over the horizon for 91.8 The Fan and The Current. Specifically, this article is going to be the first in a run of occasional op-ed pieces where I’ll voice my thoughts and opinions, and even speak with many of The Fan’s personalities to get their Current Thoughts.
Posted on Apr 22 2015
Those who may have been keeping track of the website’s coming’s and going’s know that I am still one of the newer guys here at 91.8 The Fan. As such, I haven’t had many opportunities to meet, let alone work with, my fellow crazy nutjobs until I volunteered to help our very own Kanashimi at Chi-Fi on my only day off.
Posted on Sep 04 2014
In this special series of articles, I aim to highlight some of the best that Chicago has to offer to fans of anime, manga, and Japanese culture. As a native of the Chicago suburbs, I’ve attended numerous conventions, large and small, and have always come away with great times and greater memories. No convention has given me as many memories, opportunities, friends, and great times as Anime Central, and this year was no exception at all.
Posted on Aug 27 2014
The Current is back after its brief hiatus to bring you some high flying, anime girl fighting, bullet hell action! Just recently released back in July, the Suguri Collection consists of two shoot-em-up games: SUGURI and Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition HD. However, these two games introduce some interesting mechanics to switch things up within the genre.
Posted on Apr 09 2014
It’s rare for a player like me to experience the pure excitement and energy that comes from receiving an adrenaline rush during a heated battle, but that is exactly what happens every time I jump into a match in Titanfall.
Posted on Feb 12 2014
It happens to every gamer: The game is turned on, or a cutscene just ended, and the player is back in control... except they aren’t really in control. The game flings them across the map or under the world, and the player can’t help but sit in disbelief.
Posted on Jan 29 2014
It is common knowledge that our society values a good education and hard work, but, at the same time, it is understood that there should be time to relax and unwind. What happens when your education becomes about that which relaxes you most?
Posted on Dec 18 2013
Many people look back at their high school years and remember days full of awkward moments, hilarious adventures, tough teachers, new friends, and hoping to find that special someone.
Posted on Nov 20 2013
In 2006, the Nintendo DS was making its way through the first years of what would become a monumentally successful reign over handheld video gaming, full of great games, interesting redesigns, and new innovations in game design and development. One of the most interesting games to ever hit the handheld was iNiS’ Elite Beat Agents.
Posted on Oct 23 2013
As a huge gamer, I always keep my eye out for games that look interesting and get me pumped up! With the advent of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, many games are popping up to push these new powerhouses and bring video gaming to new heights; both old and new games are showing off their quality graphics, smooth gameplay, and new features left and right.