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PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Dragon Ball: Xenoverse’

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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 »

Board Game Review: ‘Arcatype’ from Moon Island Factory

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Understanding the powers of evolved monsters is good, but location is key to victory. Read More »

Interview: Lars Martinson, Author and Artist of Graphic Novel ‘Tonoharu’

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I think sometimes fiction actually allows you to be more honest than autobiography, because it gives you plausible deniability. Read More »

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

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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: ‘One Piece: Unlimited World Red’

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

Manga Review: ‘Moon & Blood’ Volume Two by Nao Yazawa

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Yazawa’s lighthearted vampire romance veers into a cross-dressing subplot? Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Sweet Rein: Volume One’ by Sakura Tsukuba

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Two twists on the meaning of relationships. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Moon & Blood,’ Volume One by Nao Yazawa

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A young vampire is houseguest to an innocent family – paranormal sparks ensure! Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Strobe Edge’ Volume Five by Io Sakisaka

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The love triangle really goes through some very interesting changes in dynamics through this volume. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal’ Volume Two by Shin Yoshida

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Nothing in this volume made me want to rush out and read Volume Three. Read More »