Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defenders launched their fourth season last friday, packing a lot of content into just six episodes. It’s a little rushed and not without its flaws, but the twists and turns are worth the ride. The new season is satisfying in content, if not in mode of delivery, Continue Reading
Final Fantasy 14: Dad of Light hit Netflix last month, featuring a heart-tugging narrative of a young man, Akio, trying to reconnect with his father through their shared love of Final Fantasy. This Japanese drama is sweet, clean, and the appropriate amount of campy, featuring the growth of both Akio Continue Reading
The first seven episodes of Voltron: Legendary Defenders Season Three were released on August 8th, starting the new arc for the members of Team Voltron. In the aftermath of the final battle with Zarkon, both the Voltron Paladins and the Galra empire are left leaderless, with Shiro missing and Zarkon Continue Reading
With Voltron: Legendary Defenders season three due out on August 4th, we wanted to revisit some of our favorite moments from the series, and share what we hope to see in the new season. Be forewarned: there are spoilers ahead for Voltron: Lengendary Defenders seasons one and two!
As a kid, I grew up on shows like Batman: the Animated Series, Superman: the Animated Series, and Justice League. Justice League was, by far, my favorite, featuring not one, but two heroines amongst the main cast. Wonder Woman–Diana Prince–was a character that spoke to me from the beginning: strong, Continue Reading
Mass Effect: Andromeda is the newest installment in Bioware’s Mass Effect franchise, and has been met with much backlash over its unpolished animation and writing foibles. The game has been polarizing, both with hardcore fans of the series and with new players, which has left the future of the series unclear. Continue Reading
Final Fantasy XV, previously known as Final Fantasy XIII: Versus for those who tracked it’s development cycle from 2006, has faced its fair share of praise and criticism. From a cast that unexpectedly captured hearts to the strangely linear final chapters, it is a compelling ride that tugged at the Continue Reading
We’re about fifteen hours into the Mass Effect: Andromeda single player gameplay, and have some thoughts on the journey thus far. Andromeda is clearly a step away from its predecessors, and offers a new look that still feels like a Mass Effect game, even as it handles very differently. WARNING: Continue Reading
Mass Effect: Andromeda is less than a week away, and Bioware has launched pre-release access on Origin and Xbox One. PeeBee and Cora’s relationships with maleRyder have been highlighted, we know the Kett are interlopers (not unlike ourselves on the Nexus), and that our goal is to find a ‘Golden Continue Reading
In honor of International Women’s Day, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite female video game protagonists, across all consoles and genres. We’ve picked our top five, and hope you agree!