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]
Review: Shadowgun Legends.
(AfroGamers.com) Early last year, Madfinger Games released Shadowgun Legends, a first-person shooter for mobile. I’ve never been the biggest fan of the FPS genre but Destiny 2 made me not turn up my nose as high as I normally would. Destiny 2 proved to be fun, fast-paced experience that even got me to unmute my headset to play with team mates. That’s a huge step because I tend to be content playing... [Read more of this review]
That Time Malibu Did Gaming Comics.
(AfroGamers.com) Whenever a fighting is close to release, there is a good chance you’ll see a companion comic as a means of both promoting the game and pushing the storyline. This was especially true during the 1990s since fighting games really didn’t focus on plot.
In ‘90s fighting games, everyone showed up at a tournament, they had a specific reason for wanting to win, and they had at least... [Read more of this review]
Introducing: The Savage Dragon.
(AfroGamers.com) The Savage Dragon is an Image Comics series that has been around for a long time. Actually, it’s been well over 20 years at this point. The series, created by Erik Larsen, was one of the flagship titles of the fledgling Image Comics in 1992 along with Spawn, WildC.A.T.S and Youngblood.
Like the rest of Image Comics’ founding fathers, Larsen had previous, recognized work in the... [Read more of this review]
Three Comics To Turn Into TV Shows.
(AfroGamers.com) With DC Comics and Image doing the damn thing when it comes to bringing comics to the small screen, it leaves the possibilities for future comic book shows wide open.
Of course, that factors in that fans actually watch the television shows and don’t simply get hyped that a show is being done. It’s always been a thing that annoyed me because some fans become more invested in the... [Read more of this review]
Why We Need a Portable Xbox Console from Microsoft.
(AfroGamers.com) The idea of a new portable Xbox console never took shape. If you think that Microsoft never considered launching a portable console, you’re wrong. In fact, the company worked on a portable console design. It was a handheld, cheaper alternative to the home console. Microsoft said that it was a stick that people could just plug in to stream content from their Xbox. The Xbox portable... [Read more of this review]
Mario Kart Tour – My Thoughts.
(Afrogamers.com) I remember when Nintendo first announced that a Mario Kart game was coming for mobile, there was what I personally call “selective outrage” from people who are longtime Mario Kart fans that preferred the next Mario Kart game be on The Nintendo Switch console, not on mobile because a lot of console-only gamers hate mobile games.
I remember when I first heard from a prominent gaming... [Read more of this review]
Maid of Sker is based on True Events, Here’s the Story Behind it.
(AfroGamers.com) Coming in Q3 2019, Maid of Sker is a first-person survival horror game announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game is developed by Wales Interactive and it is based on true events highlighted in R.D Blackmore’s novel The Maid of Sker. Before we dive into the story, let’s learn about what’s in the novel and how Maid of Sker video game is related... [Read more of this review]
Shenmue 3: Here’s what to Expect When the Game Launches On August 27.
(AfroGamers.com) Shenmue 3 raised over $7 million from its crowdfunding campaign and the game is still on track for release in August 2019. It’s been a bumpy ride for Shenmue 3 as the game spent more than 10 years in development hell, a term used to describe content (game, movie, music etc) that remains in development for a very long time.
Before taking you to the mountains of Guilin,... [Read more of this review]
The Lion King and the Identity Politics.
(AfroGamers.com) While people are waiting for the return of The Lion King, creators, cast, and staff have started expressing their feelings about the remake. Linda Woolverton, who created beautiful Disney characters like Simba said in an interview that she doesn’t know how it is going to be. Woolverton also said that she “wasn’t thrilled with the Beauty and the Beast remake”.
Linda has... [Read more of this review]
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