• ‘Dusk Diver’ Review: Taiwan Takes The Spotlight In Anime-Themed Brawler

    Having lived and worked in Taiwan for over half a decade, I was very excited for the release of Dusk Diver on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC. The hack-and-slash title from JFI Games looked promising, and video game developers based in Taiwan have surprised the gaming community with recent gems like Detention, Devotion, and OPUS: […]
    • by Nick Keitel
    • 3 Years ago
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  • Here Are All Of The Updates Coming To Super Mario Maker 2

    Nintendo announced a bunch of cool stuff coming to Super Mario Maker 2 in a free update that will launch on December 5th. Let’s break down the list of everything new you can expect from the game: Enemies Spike: The classic gluttonous Mario enemy that spits and throws spike balls at our hero will finally […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 3 Years ago
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  • ‘The Mandalorian’ Is Strikingly Similar To ‘Goblin Slayer’

    The Mandalorian series has quickly carved itself a place in the zeitgeist of mainstream pop culture. It’s not just the Baby Yoda memes either, the show is an undeniable hit on its own merits. However, since the first episode and with each passing chapter I’ve noticed its undeniable roots in not only Star Wars mythology, […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 3 Years ago
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  • ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode 4 Review: Return Of The World-Building

    Another week, another satisfying episode of The Mandalorian goes by. The fourth chapter of Disney’s popular Star Wars spin-off is directed by none other than Jurassic World and Black Mirror actress Bryce Dallas Howard. Luckily, she was given a better script to work with than her father Ron Howard was when he directed the ill-fated […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 3 Years ago
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  • ‘Frozen 2’ Directors Dish On the Potential of ‘Frozen 3’

    Does the success of Frozen 2 guarantee Frozen 3 is underway?
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 3 Years ago
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  • The Cancelled Disney Film Nobody Talks About

    What was once a high-profile release is now shrouded in mystery.
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 3 Years ago
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  • Review: Frozen 2 Paints a Beautiful, Meandering Picture

    Disney just hasn’t been able to let Frozen go. While it seemed like audiences were starting to feel franchise fatigue after the poor reception of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (which, to be fair, was mostly a negative reaction to it being haphazardly tacked onto Coco), the House of Mouse is back with yet another installment in […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 3 Years ago
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  • The Science Behind Baby Yoda’s Success

    Baby Yoda has taken the world by storm. In the short time since The Mandalorian‘s first episode aired on Disney Plus, every human on earth has been exposed to the disarmingly cute alien infant. Even people living in regions where Disney Plus isn’t yet available already know about Baby Yoda, mostly via social media. Baby […]
    • by Jenny Lobdell
    • 3 Years ago
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  • Fixing Sonic the Hedgehog Wasn’t Cheap

    It’s a nightmare scenario for any movie studio: making major changes to a film after production has already begun. When those major changes involve special effects, costs can add up very quickly. That was the situation Paramount Pictures found itself in this spring when worldwide reception to its Sonic the Hedgehog movie trailer was unanimously […]
    • by Alan Hobbs
    • 3 Years ago
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  • Review: Pokémon Sword and Shield is a Conflicting Experience

    Mainline entries in the Pokémon series have finally made their debut on the Nintendo Switch with Pokémon Sword and Shield, but instead of being a cause for celebration, the ceremonious occasion has been rife with controversy. First, it was announced that the games would neither feature nor allow the transfer of every Pokémon in the […]
    • by Jeff Bennett
    • 3 Years ago
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