As the summer anime lineup came and went, the fall lineup has already begun. Last season had some strong standouts, like Berserk, Mob Psycho 100, and Tales of Zestiria the X, and I’m seeing even more anime with standout potential for the Fall. As each series this season reaches into their second or third episodes, it’s a perfect time to release my Top 5 anime so you don’t get caught falling behind. Keep in mind, this list is in no particular order. Also be mindful that you can catch all of these shows primarily on Crunchyroll and Funimation, as well as Daisuke. Occultic;Nine Looking visually reminiscent of the popular RPG series Persona, Occultic;Nine revolves around a teenager, Yuuta Gamon and his blog, which he uses to explain away the paranormal with science, only to have his exploits mystically backfire on him. Through his exploits, he soon meets a group who confronts him about the occult and paranormal, and before we know it we’re in full swing for some crazy season 10 X-Files type of murder-mystery. There’s a little fun, a few bland tropes here and there, and one hell of an oppai (the biggest trope of all)….
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Save File Corrupted?! returns with more video game hilarity! In this episode, the entire Save File Corrupted?! crew is here and we discuss a plethora of Battlefield 4 mishaps, Tomb Raider coming to next gen, the results of the Capcom Cup, Rainbow 6 needing to be remade and Agamemnon explores unconstructed dream space.
Save File Corrupted?! returns with more video game hilarity! We’re BobbyBeatle-less this episode due to XBox One related turbulence but the show must go on! In this episode we express our disappointment over Kojima’s “mind blowing” announcement, geek out over the upcoming Game of Thrones video game by Telltale games, reiterate why Bad Company 2 was so great and why Soul Caliber 2 was the best of the series.
Save File Corrupted?! returns with more video game hilarity! This week we discuss reactions to Call of Duty: Ghosts; its record breaking sales, the franchise peaking at MW2, and the departure of Jason West and Vince Zampella who later founded Respawn Entertainment. We compare Battlefield 4 to its predecessors, BF3 and Bad Company 2 as well as weigh in on the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter 4. We also show just how excited we are about Metal Gear Solid V‘s exclusive content for the PS4 and weigh-in on the future of the Wii U.
Hey all, if you’re as much a Battlefield fanboy as me, please be sure to check out my first impressions on the new Battlefield 4 Beta. I know this isn’t the final product, so I stayed away from critiquing the graphics quality. Instead I focus more on the layout and feel of the gameplay. This is only part 1 in an ongoing series until the games’ release, so please stay tuned for even more incredible content. As always, feel free to critique the hell out of me.
Hey guys, I finally got my Avermedia Live Gamer Portable. I’ve been dying to make a Battlefield 3 video since watching some Fyshokid montages, and I’m finally able to make my little dream come true. I believe today marks the Battlefield 4 beta release to the public, so stay tuned over the weekend to catch a little montage, along with my thoughts on the game so far. Please check out my first video, hand out some feedback, especially from the trolls, and I hope you keep tuning in.
After attempting to piggyback it’s revival off the success of cult favorite Battlefield Bad Company 2, and then failing miserably, twice, since then, Electronic Arts has decided to bury the Medal of Honor series indefinitely, as reported by Eurogamer. That’s right all you bearded, Oakley-wearing, fps junkies, the series has goen the way of the dodo’s.
Running off the combined success of Back to Karkand, Close Quarters and Armored Kill, DICE is looking to shake things up again with the newest multiplayer expansion pack, Aftermath. Not much has been known about this expansion, other than the setting taking place after a devastating earthquake. A new trailer was released this morning with further, but still vague, details on the gameplay, as well as added content. Some of the content hinted at includes; new vehicles, game mode, achievements, assignments, 4 new maps, post-earthquake environments, and a flipping crossbow. That’s right, Battlefield has officially gone Black Ops on us!