We got early access to Coffee Stain Studios upcoming sequel to Sanctum and we thought we’d share them with you in glorious video form.
Enjoy this detailed look over all the changes and mechanics in Sanctum 2, a tower defense/FPS hybrid that’s coming to many platforms soon.
I got a chance from the developers and PR team to check out this game a little early and pumped out a video for it. Give it a watch if you want to help a guy out.
Decided to spend the better part of last weekend making a Youtube Poop that mixes the classic show Rugrats, with the newly airing opening to Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan. So if you like those two things, you might get this video.
Didn’t take too long to find individual clips, but editing that intro was a majority of the work.
Ever wanted to go to Sakura-Con? Well too bad… But you can enjoy 4 minutes and 20 seconds of it in this video where many questions will be answered!
What happens when a DameDame Detective goes to an anime convention?
What is it like to be surrounded by 100 Sword Art Online and Homestuck cosplayers?
What is GOOD weather like in Seattle?
Where IS da Hood at?
If you like anime, nerd culture, or DMX, there might be something enjoyable for you here, and it’s (probably) unlike any other Anime Convention footage you’ve ever seen.
After numerous successes with their licensed tables, Zen Studios takes the inevitable step of cooperating with the Star Wars franchise for their latest outing. Star Wars itself has had its low points over the last few years, but with that in mind, can Zen convince us to give this set of pinball tables a high score?
Corpse Party: Blood Covered was a (twice remade) PSP horror title that was touted as a hybrid RPG/Adventure game. Although very light on the actual gameplay, the storytelling and presentation left quite the impression on many a gamer. Now a sequel is among us in the form of Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, a visual novel-type experience that is intentionally less interactive, but more narrative. But do the changes make for a fun shindig, or a complete massacre?
I did a review for Corpse Party: Book of Shadows. If you a Corpse Party or VN fan, check it out.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, I created the intro for Jim Sterling’s new Escapist show, Movie Defense Force. Mr. Sterling defends critically panned films for their good points and incites discussion over their reputations.