REVIEW: ATTACK ON TITAN (PS4)

Even for those not intimately familiar with the Attack on Titan property, you can see at a glance how much fun a video game would be set in that universe. Featuring a cast of characters strapped to a piece of equipment that basically emulates the web-slinging powers of Spider-Man pitted against giant, genderless beasts who exist who exist only…

REVIEW: SWORD OF THE BERSERK: GUTS RAGE (SEGA DREAMCAST)

If there’s one thing you can’t criticize the Sega Dreamcast for, it’s how before its time it was: It was the first console of its generation, beating the PlayStation 2 by a year and the Xbox as well as the GameCube to market by two years; It offered online play for the first time on any…

REVIEW: ATTACK ON TITAN: HUMANITY IN CHAINS (3DS)

Manga and anime were two things I absolutely loved in my junior and senior high school years, but something that I don’t pay much attention to now as I’ve gravitated to traditional North American comics in my adult years. That being said, one series that I’ve found myself completely engrossed in is the Kodansha published Attack…