FromSoftware has some of the most inspired games in the gaming market. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is no such exception. In fact, Sekiro might possibly have the most roots in mythology and folklore than any other From title. As a result, there are fun little nods to Japanese mythology scattered throughout the […]

With the next generation of consoles coming at the end of next year, it becomes necessary to debunk common myths leading up to these consoles’ releases. Whether it’s due to a technical misunderstanding by the press, or overly zealous marketing departments, next-gen console myths come about every generation before release. […]

If you read my marathon Your Name piece, then one film that came up quite often was 5 Centimeters per Second (Byōsoku Go Senchimētoru) (to be abbreviated: 5 cm/s), a previous film from director Makoto Shinkai. The slow beauty of 5 Centimeters Per Second isn’t for everyone. While I briefly […]

Earlier this year, Ubisoft and Massive released The Division 2, the sequel to 2016’s tactical looter shooter. The Division 2 improves on The Division in almost every way, capitalizing and expanding upon the previous systems introduced in the original title. But, 4 months down the line, The Division 2 has […]

Earlier this week, the world renowned animation studio Kyoto Animation located in Kyoto, Japan suffered a deadly arson attack, leaving 34 dead and 34 injured. The suspect was apprehended, and confessed to the crime in police custody.  On behalf of Culture of Gaming, I’d like to express and extend our […]

Sex, Cyberpunk 2077, and Ghost In The Shell. If that’s not an enticing title, I don’t know what is. CD Projekt Red’s upcoming title, Cyberpunk 2077 is highly anticipated, especially after dropping some bombshells like Keanu Reeves playing the notorious Cyberpunk character, Johnny Silverhand.  But like most things in this […]

Your Name was Makoto Shinkai’s 2016 anime movie hit. No other anime movie since the legendary Studio Ghibli 2001 film Spirited Away achieved such a high commercial and critical success, whether it was domestically in Japan or here in the United States. While Shinkai was already a renowned director in […]

The Mario Kart Tour beta has been out for about a month, and it made me realise that Nintendo has a huge market in mobile gaming, with titles like Fire Emblem Heroes being such a huge success internationally. It would be an obvious choice to expand their mobile gaming selection […]