Character Spotlight: Cyclops.
(AfroGamers.com) Marvel’s The X-Men have been around for a long time—almost 56 years to be exact. In that time, the franchise has had several series, retcons, and teams. Each of these were interesting in their own way and is definitely the best soap opera in comics.
Xavier’s relationships with the empress of the Shi’ar empire, Lilandra and geneticist, Moira. The love triangle with Cyclops,... [Read more of this review]
My Top Dragon Ball Battles.
(AfroGamers.com) Dragon Ball is the gold standard for martial arts anime and shonen in general. While better animated series with stronger storylines and character development have come along (Naruto, Hunter x Hunter), Dragon Ball set the pace. In the almost decades that the series has been around, there have been numerous fights and some pivotal battles. Here are my favorite fights from 35 years... [Read more of this review]
Twin Mirror: All your burning questions, answered.
(AfroGamers.com) Twin Mirror is Dontnod Entertainment’s new episodic adventure game releasing in 2019 for Windows, Xbox One, and PS4. Players control an investigative journalist Sam who is back in his town for the funeral of his best friend Nick Waldron who was killed in a car accident. After returning to Basswood, West Virginia, Sam uncovers some unexpected truths that might completely change his... [Read more of this review]
Hyper Heroes: Breathing Life into Mobile RPGs.
(AfroGamers.com) Hyper Heroes is a mobile RPG on Android and iOS. Yes, there are plenty of those on mobile and many can be bad—which is weird since it’s hard to mess up a straightforward RPG. Sometimes, they have a great concept then mangle that concept with bad or boring mechanics and a barrage of ads. Let’s not forget the grinding involved.
A Breath of Fresh Air for Mobile Games
Then you have... [Read more of this review]
Manga Review: I Am A Hero.
(AfroGamers.com) When it comes to manga, zombie stuff and martial arts are my go-to genres. At the moment, I haven’t found a series that mixes both but I did find a solid series. Kengo Hanagawa’s I Am A Hero delivers the goods on the survival end of zombie horror.
I Am A Hero
The series focuses on Hideo Suzuki, a mangaka working for a small publisher. He’s pretty much a shut in who talks to... [Read more of this review]
Stormland Release Date, Gameplay, and Everything You Need to Know.
(AfroGamers.com) Stormland is coming this year and for this expansive VR game, Insomniac Games has teamed up with Oculus Studios. Unlike other VR games, Stormland focuses more on open world structure and exploration. You can also relate this game to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and aesthetically, it reminds of No Man’s Sky and some classic animated films. Here’s everything you need... [Read more of this review]
Some Very Interesting New Details about Resident Evil 2 Remake Revealed.
(AfroGamers.com) Resident Evil 2 was a worthy sequel that clearly offered what was missing in the first game while refreshing the special concepts of the original game. Needless to say that the remake of Resident Evil 2 is a visual treat to all those gamers who have waited for more than a decade. Recently, the developer Capcom revealed some interesting details about the game including the Trophy list.... [Read more of this review]
Support Black Creators Only If You Dig Their Stuff.
(AfroGamers.com) So, as you probably know Disney is making a new live action The Little Mermaid and have cast Halle Bailey as Ariel. Bailey is a Black actress who hasn’t been in many films in a significant role but has a regular role on Freeform’s Grown-ish, a spinoff of Black-ish. So, she has an in with the Disney family already. This will be her biggest film role off the jump and the success... [Read more of this review]
The First State of Decay Was Slept On.
(AfroGamers.com) I got my Xbox 360 several years after it released. I mainly got it to play titles from that generation.
There were no first party games I wanted on Xbox and by that time since the bulk of the games on a console could be found on competitors. Then I saw State of Decay. It still wasn’t enough to move me to go Xbox but there was a particularly cheap one on eBay so I got it.
The first... [Read more of this review]
Manga Review: God of Martial Arts.
(AfroGamers.com) Manhua and manhwa have a thing with overpowered characters. This is especially true for average people who stumble into the realm of overpowered. One of the true definitions of this theme is God of Martial Arts by Yundouwongman.
This series is really something else. It has a fan base among English-speaking fans who get behind the protagonist Lin Feng. I have to admit, while God of... [Read more of this review]
Grand Theft Imitation: True Crime: New York City.
(AfroGamers.com) In the early 2000s, Southern hip-hop had a boom period after years of being overlooked by fans. Also having a boom was the midwest scene. It was a great time to be a hip-hop fan with film, TV, and games being soaked in hip-hop music and culture.
This brings us to an ignored title of the early 2000s: True Crime: New York City. I use “ignored” and not “forgotten” because when... [Read more of this review]
Masks: The OGs of Superheroes.
(AfroGamers.com) Dynamite Entertainment is a publisher that found a specific niche in taking properties from way back when and turning them into comics. If it was on television any time between the 1960s and 1980s or had a radio serial, Dynamite has done a series on it. IDW Publishing does the same but this is about a Dynamite mini-series that stood out: Masks.
Masks: The Original Caped Crusaders... [Read more of this review]
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