Sorry for the delay. I was waiting for someone to put up the cover for the Japanese issue in a non-unreadable size, and it took this long. Continue reading
I noted in an earlier post that I’d imported Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Movie: The Battle Pentagram due to its surprising similarity to The Turtle Who Had Wings. I also stated that the game would not have sold without its license. I figure it’s now time to elaborate. My apologies if this post reads like it’s all over the place, as my feelings are all over the place when even thinking about this subject.
Before I begin, I will note that the game was made by Artdink (A-Train, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, etc., tons of experience with smaller or licensed games) and published by Namco Bandai.
Unmarked spoilers for the story of the anime abound. Continue reading
It sure has been a while. Today’s Under Your Radar will be on Senran Kagura BURST. This is a 3DS game that’s been released as a download-only title in North America, but has just been released in Europe physically, so I feel it’s as good a time as any to push this review out.
It’s a side-scrolling beat ‘em up with visual novel-style storytelling. Furthermore, the game is actually made up of two separate games. The original game, Senran Kagura: Skirting Shadows (Senran Kagura: Shōjo-tachi no Shinei), and a new storyline featuring the other side of the story, Senran Kagura: Crimson Girls (Senran Kagura: Guren no Shōjo-tachi). I’ve actually reviewed the anime already and said that it made me want to play the game, so you might be wondering what I think of it. Continue reading
I keep falling behind on these… In any case, three new series started in the Japanese magazine in these issues, so here you go. Continue reading