I’m not entirely sure how it’s come to this: a sequel to Shaq Fu, the now-infamous 24-year-old fighter. Actually, I am sure; Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn came from a successful crowd-funding programme. Which leads to a more important question: why is Shaq Fu back? On the basis of this, some demons are laid to rest. And in some ways,… Continue reading SHAQ FU: A LEGEND REBORN REVIEW (PS4)
The Sonic the Hedgehog gauntlet continues Sonic the Hedgehog is back. Back again. And this time he's taking a back front seat from all that running, back into his racing car. This week, Sega released a teaser trailer for the Sumo Digital-developed racer. Entitled Team Sonic Racing, it promises to combine the best elements of… Continue reading SEGA Reveals New Team Sonic Racing Trailer
Welcome to my first month-in-review segment, where I will take you through all the noteworthy strands of entertainment sampled in the last month or so. There is no set criteria here. I like to keep things conversational to give you, the reader, a feel for my experiences. Without further delay, here we go! Video Games… Continue reading Agent Prince’s Month in Review – May 2018
Two young women, guns, fast cars and America. The ultimate movie wet dream? If that was the intention for this universally western-themed anime series, then Gunsmith Cats is just the ticket.
Howdy boys and girls, gentlemen and ladies, everyone of all ages. It is finally time for Agent Prince (that's me) to step things up. In the past this blog has predominantly covered video games. For while I dabbled in reviewing comic books also, but that is an industry I have little time for now. The… Continue reading Changes Incoming!
The second Dragon Ball Super volume covers chapters 10 through 15, with a ton of story covered. The “Champa saga” ends by chapter 13, leaving 14 and 15 to kick off the “Future Trunks saga” (otherwise known as “Goku Black saga”. That habit of naming sagas after the main villain never goes away, huh? The… Continue reading Dragon Ball Super Vol 2 Review
The first in a new series, charting the Anime genre in video game form. First up: Masemune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell.
Director: Naoko Yamada; Distributor: Anime Limited. 12 cert, 130 mins. Naoko Yamada’s adaption of Yoshitoki Ōima’s manga Koe No Katachi, titled A Silent Voice, is a coming-of-age drama. A story of atonement and friendship, and much more. 6th grade student Ishida Shouya is the class prankster. That is until his increasingly-serious bullying behavior results in a… Continue reading Review – A Silent Voice
Dragon Ball FighterZ is the upcoming 2.5D fighter released later this month. Very much in a similar vein to the Marvel vs Capcom series, FighterZ takes place in the iconic Dragon Ball anime universe. Teams will consist of three unique characters, with a roster filled to the brim with all the beloved Dragon Ball personalities.… Continue reading Hands On – Dragonball FighterZ Beta
2017 was some year for video games. The Xbox One and PS4 showing their true capabilities. The arrival of the Nintendo Switch. The impact of the Nintendo Switch. I cannot comment on PC and 3DS because i'm a poor man who cannot afford all of the games and systems. Man i'd love a gaming PC. Anyway,… Continue reading My Top 5 Games of 2017