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DVD Review: ‘Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit – The Complete Series’


The 26-episode fantasy anime series provides a good intro to those viewers only familiar with younger Japanimation fare. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Tales of Zestiria’

Tales of Zestiria, Japanese, RPG, PlayStation 4

This is a surprisingly accessible and well-executed Japanese role playing game. However, longtime veterans of JRPGs may find the narrative and overall game framework unremarkable compared to more niche titles in the genre. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Dragon Ball: Xenoverse’

Dragon Ball, Xenoverse, PlayStation 4, PS4, video game

While Dragon Ball: Xenoverse is clearly directed at its fans, and the primary fighting aspect of the game could use some polish, Namco has created a solid framework for moving forward with the series. Read More »

Interview: Grace Mineta, the Texan in Tokyo (‘My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy’)

texan in tokyo

The Texan behind the popular 'Texan in Tokyo' blog and author of 'My Japanse Husband Thinks I'm Crazy' talks about how she got started, and the costs of 'making it big.' Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution’


With fast, fluid combat, stunning visuals and impressive amounts of content, 'Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution' packs a punch. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: ‘One Piece: Unlimited World Red’

One Piece, Unlimited World Red, Playstation 3

One Piece: Unlimited World Red is visually impressive, but numerous canon references and simplistic mechanics hold the game back. Read More »

The Nightmarish Interview Before Christmas: Chris Sarandon


Chris Sarandon talks to Blogcritics' Gabe Canada about his projects past and future. Read More »

Interview with Graphic Novelist Royden Lepp

Rust V-1 Visitor in the Field by Royden lepp, cover image Archaia/Boom! Studios

Rust has been acquired by Fox Studios for a major film adaptation with 'Attack the Block' director Joe Cornish signed on as director. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘From Up on Poppy Hill’


The richness of the design and photography imbue the story of a tentative romance between two high school students in Yokohama in 1963 with a deep sense of nostalgia. Read More »