All posts by Mark Reed

Anime DVD/Blu-Ray Upcoming releases

It feels like the amount of Anime is limitless, but you can own some of your favourites on DVD and Blu-Ray. Compiled is a list of upcoming series that you’ll soon be able to add to your collections. Please Note: These are not the final

Genocidal Organ

Genocidal Organ is one of those films that from the poster art looks to impress, we have badass army dudes looking badass in a war coloured poster, promising the viewer an amazing time with twists and turns and explosions and shooting and other action related

Is it just nostalgia?: Metroid (NES)

E3 was huge for Nintendo fans, for finally it was announced that they would be given not one but two new Metroid titles in both Metroid Prime 4 for the Switch and Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. Metroid has been a long beloved franchise

In This Corner of the World

It’s been a great past year for fans of Anime movies, with ‘Your Name’ taking the world by storm and being followed up by the equally impressive ‘A Silent Voice’ not long after. Thrown into the mix was new installments in the Yu-Gi-Oh, Fairy Tail

Is it just nostalgia: Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII, the game that is the start, middle and end of the JRPG genre for some people and whenever the genre is mentioned this one will ultimately rear its head, so this week I’ll be looking at this title, has it held up

Pick of the Geek – Re Creators

While the world has eyes on Season 2 of Attack on Titan and My Hero Academia, unfortunately, some great series are managing to slip through the cracks, and wow there are some great ones. Airing exclusively on Amazon Prime (yes, Amazon Prime does have a

Pick of the Geek: Sound! Euphonium

If you had to ask me what one of my favourite series of the past few years has been you would easily find Sound! Euphonium near the top of the list, a series not about epic intergalactic battles or being a sports superstar but instead

Glitter and Glamorous: Nico Robin

There are hundreds upon hundreds of One Piece figures out in the world and it’s hardly surprising. The popularity of the series knows almost no bounds and it feels like we will continue to get merchandise for the characters forever. While the merchandise for the

What we’d like to see on the Nintendo Switch

it’s safe to say that the Nintendo Switch has had a good start, with at least 2.7 million units shipped by the end of April and both The Legend of Zelda and Mario Kart 8: Deluxe boasting sales numbers the best in the series it