We got a chance to talk to Comfort Love and Adam Withers about the state of working in the comic industry. We also touch upon their series The Uniques ...
Greetings denizens of The Fan! You might be thinking, "Wait, didn't Maki just review an album this month?" And the answer would be YES, I did! But, in my ever ...
Welcome, all, again. I find myself writing this column just a couple of weeks into a new season of anime, so I must decline attempting a premature evaluation of new ...
Happy New Year greetings, denizens of The Fan! Hope all of you had fun and safe holiday celebrations!
I believe the “Yaoi Manga” card from the Whack A Catgirl card game best describes Yaoi by noting that it is an excellent boy repellant.
It's another year where we get to see Brie, our lovely mascot, and the radio grow older. We asked some of the staff to share their memories of some of ...
The final week is upon us... Who is the champion, who will reign supreme?!
Welcome, all, again. Our subject this time is Shirobako, an anime about making anime. And while that might sound like an invitation to kid-glove treatment of subject matter ...
On the third day of Christmas, The Fan gave to me... three gender-bent Chun-Li's! What happened at Anime Midwest this year, why not click and see?
On the second day of Christmas, The Fan gave to me... two Miku's dancing! Some memories from AnimeNext!
On the first day of Christmas, The Fan gave to me... one Youmacon party! Here's our pictures from Youmacon, make sure to let us know which are your favorite!
Just last weekend, Left 4 Dead creators Turtle Rock Studios opened up the Big Alpha for their next big project: Evolve. I was lucky enough to get a key into ...
After a day of prep at Square Enix's first Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival, Kanashimi was ready to tackle Saturday & Sunday head-on. If you're curious about the autograph signing ...
Square Enix announced four months ago that they would be holding a Fan Festival in several locations for their two million users. Among the locations was Las Vegas, NV with ...
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 Jul 03 2013
Rockin' Android are known for bringing a ton of awesome unique Japanese games to the West that would almost assuredly not get picked up and brought stateside. If you frequent our site you've probably seen our Cloudphobia review, also from Rockin' Android. And as it was a unique Shoot-'em-Up (also known as a shmup) with some interesting game design choices, so too is the game we're talking about today, Diadra Empty, developed by Frozen Orb.
Posted on Apr 14 2013
Bullet hell shooters have constantly taught us that no matter how good you are at a game, no matter how many hours you put in, no matter your achievement score or trophy count, there will always be a genre of game that will beat you into the ground and make you beg for mercy.
Posted on Mar 11 2013
Today, Valvrave the Liberator is coming in April, Rockin' Android releases Cloudphobia, and more potential Skullgirls characters revealed.
Posted on Nov 12 2012
Today, Rockin' Android brings games to OnLive, Naruto Shippuden movie comes to Neon Alley, and Viz Media has a special offer for the Viz Manga app.
Posted on Nov 02 2012
Today, 5 Points announces special edition DVD release of PUNCH, Suguri Collection wants to be on Steam, and Un-Go complete season is around the corner.
Posted on Sep 27 2012
Today, do you want to win the Indie Royale Back To School Bundle, I.G. forms a Canadian branch, and Bayonetta 2 would not have existed without Nintendo.
Posted on Sep 24 2012
For you lovely gamers out there we have a bundle chalk full of seven indie games just for you. For your chance to win make sure to hit the jump!
Posted on Sep 21 2012
Los Angeles, CA, September 15, 2012 – Leading publisher of Japanese independent games, Rockin’ Android, announced today that their 2D exploration-based platformer, Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils, is now available (before the official release date of October 2nd) as part of Indie Royale’s Back to School Bundle. The bundle will only be available for a very limited time. Indie Royale’s Back to School Bundle starts September 15th and will end on September 22nd.
Posted on Sep 14 2012
Los Angeles, CA, September 11, 2012 – Leading publisher of Japanese independent games, Rockin’ Android, announced today that their 2D exploration-based platformer, Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils, will be released for PC on October 2nd via digital distributors Desura and Gamersgate for $9.99 USD. Other distributors may follow.