Justin Roiland (Rick & Morty) working on VR Game

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I'm five months into designing/ writing/ developing (on paper) an original HTC vive game. I'm obsessed. I will get funding. I will. — Justin Roiland (@JustinRoiland) June 10, 2016 One of the creators of Rick and Morty is making a VR title for HTC Vive. If you watched the show and remember the game in the show called ‘Roy’, then you should be very excited about this project. I personally really love his work, so very excited to see what … Read More

Update: Content Roll-Out For 6/10-6/12

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Just a update article to let you know some plans I have for the news few days. Will be releasing articles for various news coverage for the new few days but it will be more frequent. Also plan on putting up the new Sonic Anniversary Piece covering more of the Classic Series, anime reviews on Sword Art Online Season 2 & Toradora, and two game reviews for Mega Man Legacy Collection and Psychonuts. Hope you all enjoy the upcoming flow of … Read More

Anime Review – Sword Art Online Season One

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Sword Art Online is a series I have a love-hate relationship with, as there are parts I really love about the anime. But at the same time, there are moments that make me want to scram at the TV and say ‘What the heck?! Did they REALLY decided to do that? Ugh…’ Many argue its a bad show and while I agree to that statement to a degree, I greatly enjoyed many parts of it.

Anime Review – Chivalry of a Failed Knight Season One

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For our first anime review on the site, we will be looking at the Fall 2015 show Chivalry of a Failed Knight. This show is very interesting, as it released and lasted the same amount of time compared to a similar show of its style The Asterisk War. The big difference between those shows is that Chivalry is a good show that gets a lot right despite falling into similar trappings of other Light Novel adaptions.

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Getting Launch Edition

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The upcoming 3DS Sonic title, Boom Fire & Ice, is getting attention again with SEGA announcing that the game will have a playable E3 appearance and detailing a launch version of the game. This will include three episodes of the TV Show as detailed: “…an-favorite episodes “Chili Dog Day Afternoon” and “It Wasn’t Me, It Was the One-Armed Hedgehog” which features an appearance by Metal Sonic, and the season one finale “It Takes a Village to Defeat a Hedgehog” which … Read More

[VIDEO] Sonic Boom Volume 2: Hedgehog Day

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Sonic Boom Volume 2: Hedgehog Day Sonic, Tails, Amy, Knuckles and new friend Sticks must come together as a team to explore a new world full of comedy and adventure complete with malfunctioning giant tech-monsters, bizarre inventions, evil interns, and ridiculous conversations at high speeds. Available now: Amazon UK – http://sega.vg/vu49300Lxzp iTunes – http://sega.vg/B7c3300LAWT Join the conversation: Snapchat ► http://bit.ly/1TjczBo Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1HkhOin Facebook ► http://bit.ly/1NNhsh3 Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1ShKw3T Tumblr ► http://bit.ly/1Oe6wgP  

Movie Review: The Angry Birds Movie

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Video game movies are famous for not being great or at the very least, underwhelming people. 2016 is very interesting in that regard, with many gaming movies coming into theaters. It started this year with Ratchet & Clank releasing alongside the reboot game on PS4 and continues with two live-action films in the Warcraft and Assassins Creed series. But another one came out between Ratchet & Warcraft; Angry Birds. It is easy to forget that this movie is based off … Read More

[Brief] The Internet and Gaming. – A 45+ Sec Infographic video by Dan Rossner

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Expressing the beauty of gaming, doesn’t stop at gaming itself, it goes beyond that. Dan’s video, briefly tells the viewer, how the internet and technology helped shape video games as to what they are today, and even with the complications of some issues today, unlike so many other medias, gaming shines beautifully in the face of old-age mediums, like filmography, theatrical performances, music industry, and so on. Source: Dan Rossner