Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Well this is different, time to look at the second installment in the Super Sentai franchise and the last one to simply be referred to as "Sentai" without the "super". Airing from April to December in 1977 with 35 episodes makes this the shortest Sentai incarnation by far. Long before any type of standards or traditions were established, what will this late 70s deck of cards themed Sentai have in store? Click "read more" and let's find out.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Hello, ladies, gentlemen, and un-binary. Welcome to the first edition of OWC with your pal, I, Kaiser Sensei. What is OWC? It's not a backyard wrestling federation or the band that peformed How Bizarre. (That was OMC.) OWC stands for Obsessions With Cardboard. This is the place where I talk about card games. In this edition, I'll be typing about something that I had recently bought. Yup, I've done the crazy and spent $200 on a mystery box full of Pokémon TCG products. What's inside? Click on "Read More" to read the full article and find out.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
You ever get that feeling like you've seen something before? The kind of image where a boy sees a Makuu spaceship and is kidnapped for telling his friends about it? What about the feeling of confusion when a monster doesn't match the theme of the story? Well, prepare your butts, because all of that and more happens in the
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Hello my good people, Red Diamond here giving my support to Mental Health Awareness Month. As someone with mental illnesses myself, it felt important to me find a way of promoting this attempt on awareness. While I'm not ready to tell my own story just yet, I decided to cover this little indie title that someone made while in a dark place as my way of saying, "you are not alone". TOMORROW DON'T COME, developed and published by Peace and Love Games. Obviously, this was a personal project not created just for profits. So, click "read more" and let's see what this title has in store.
Monday, May 13, 2019
It's always refreshing (and easy on the wallet) when any of the Kamen Rider shows get a home release outside of Japan. Although, this isn't one of those times. Today, I'll be covering some home media releases of one of the English Kamen Rider series. Don't worry, it's not Masked Rider... Yet! No, it's Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. A show that should've had a complete DVD box set in America, but it didn't. Instead, we got two volumes released on DVD in Germany. Okay, they came out in Japan too but those releases are crazy expensive. The German releases can be found for cheap and they are in English. How are these releases? Find out in this special edition of Kaiser Sensei's Kamen Rider Summary and Reviews. (Click on "Read More" to read the full review).
Sunday, May 12, 2019
∀kashicforce is a verticle scrolling puzzle game that looks closely related to Puzzle Bobble or Tetris Attack. It's developed by Endless Shirafu, and it’s selling for 12.99 on Steam.
It’s like Tetris Attack on crack! I don’t mean that to say that it's amped up and exciting. It’s more like Tetris Attack with a debilitating drug addiction that’s causing it to hurt it’s friends and family.
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