Showing posts from September 9, 2012

Wii U Release Date and Prices Announced! UPDATED

So, Nintendo has finally announce the launch date and prices (yes, prices) of the Wii U and other stuff.... so lets get down to it! Read about it all after the jump!

Editorial: WTH Is Wrong With People?

OK, I am bummed, like many others out there that Bayonetta 2 will be a WII U exclusive, but come on! I really had a blast playing the original on my XBOX 360, and when I was in Tokyo I picked up a copy for a friend before it's US release. This game was great for what I wanted... A time waster that was fun to play, had plenty of violence, and had some sex appeal. Read on after the jump!

Occult Academy Standard Edition Now Available!

From NIS America: We are super happy to announce Occult Academy Complete Series Standard Edition! The Standard Edition features 2 Blu-ray discs, a Story Guide Leaflet, a reversible cover, and contains the extras found in the Premium Edition. It will release in North America at select online retailers next month, on October 9th. So you guys that didn't want the premium edition can now save some cash in the process!

Just Because Deadpool Has A Wicked Sense Of Humor!

Spartacus: War of the Damned Set Tour!

Greetings Geeks, The generous folks over at STARZ have a treat for you today. A set tour from the latest and final season of Spartacus. Watch as Liam McIntyre, Dustin Clare, creator Steven S. DeKnight and executive producer Rob Tapert take you through the impressive locations of the final season. Hit the jump for more!

Ghastly Prince Enma Burning Up Now Available!

NIS America is round to announce that Ghastly Prince Enma Burning Up Premium Edition is now available at online retailers in the US. $70 will net you the series on Blu-Ray and DVD as well as an artbook and extra bonus features! Buy Now at NIS' Online Store

MicroReview: Blood & Glory: Legend

Glu Mobile's followup to the popular Blood and Glory is now out on Android and it surpasses the original in every way! Read more after the jump!

Video Game High School Season 1 Review

If you do not yet know who Freddie Wong is, then, quick-- Do yourself a favor and click on his name and go watch everything he has RIGHT NOW.  (37 Hours Later):  Good, right?  So anyways, not too long ago Freddie Wong wrapped up the first season of Video Game High School, his first truly full length production effort.  Below is my review: