Horror lovers rejoice – a new “best of Junji Ito” collection is about to hit the shelves… and should hit the spot for anyone looking to be spooked.
Rae tries out A Fold Apart – a beautiful puzzle game with a relatable premise and unique gameplay, that doesn’t quite reach its full potential.
Rae heads off to paradise in Wayforward’s newest title in their beloved series: Shantae and the Seven Sirens! How does it stack up alongside the rest?
Kaguya-sama: Love is War Volume 12 is packed with daring rescues, love confessions, and even some bromance! Check out our review to learn more!
Rap battles, fourth wall breaking, new friendships, and smartphone etiquette all take center stage in Kaguya-sama: Love is War Volume 11!
World of Horror’s early access is finally here! Rae takes a look at this Ito and Lovecraft-inspired adventure through seaside Japan as reality crumbles
Rae takes a look at Table Manners – a comedy physics dating sim with somewhat frustrating gameplay and extra-needy dates.
Rae adventures into the magical world of LUNA The Shadow Dust – a stunningly beautiful adventure full of wonderful details and a soundtrack to die for.
Rae checks out The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters – a spooky new horror game featuring gorgeous artwork and sound design that will haunt your every move.
Things between Class A and Class B are really heating up in My Hero Academia Volume 22! Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to see which class comes out on top!
Kagua-sama Love is War Volume 10 is out now! Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to find out if this volume is totally hot or totally not!
It’s Endeavor versus Nomu in My Hero Academia Volume 21! Who will emerge victorious? Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to find out!
Looking for a nostalgic new adventure? Rae takes a look at Sparklite – a visually lovely top-down adventure game with a big focus on grinding.
My Hero Academia volume 20 has it all folks! Action, adventure, a catchy musical number…and romance? Check out our review to find out!