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Granblue versus the west: Granblue Fantasy is an oddity. A Japanese mobile game never released worldwide, it seems crazy that this little gacha game from Japan has become something of a media empire. Since its release back in 2014 the game has grossed a crazy ¥54.8 billion ($496 million) as of […]

Little Town Hero leaves the Hometown  Pokemon developer Game Freak is branching out from under the comfortable wings of Nintendo to release their previously switch exclusive, RPG, Little Town Hero, on PS4 in Japan. While perhaps not the Game Freak title Playstation players would prefer from the beloved creature collector […]

Preface I want to start this off by saying there is a difference between localization and censorship. Localization is the translation of a game from it’s original language to the local language, along with tweaking some hard to understand cultural differences. One example that immediately comes to me personally is […]

Just over a week ago, Nintendo released its new Switch Lite console; a smaller, more affordable and exclusively portable version of the original Switch. Initial sales figures for its first week on the market are now available, but unfortunately, it seems they aren’t quite what Nintendo was hoping for. Within […]

Anime has some…unique aspects to it that make translating it into a live action format difficult. While the specifics of translation are dependant on each series, there are some things that only work in series because of the medium they are given. But that hasn’t stopped various production studios, both […]

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 […]

Sekiro has the unfortunate disposition of being a mere side project by FromSoftware. Earlier this year, I gave Sekiro: Shadow’s Die Twice a glowing review, and even a few months later, still do the occasional run through. Sekiro is perhaps the best quote un-quote “side project” a game developer has […]