Review: Yu Yu Hakusho’s Debut Arc.
(AfroGamers.com) Yu Yu Hakusho is one of those old school, legendary anime/manga series. Created by Yoshihiro Togashi of Hunter x Hunter fame, it follows a high delinquent named Yusuke Urameshi and his adventures as a spirit detective. His cases occur in both the land of the living and the spirit realm and along the way enemies become friends and allies and battles are fought.
That’s basically Yu... [Read more of this review]
Check Out DayBlack.
(AfroGamers.com) In keeping with the theme of Black independent comic book creators, here’s DayBlack. Created by Atlanta-area tattoo artist and painter, Keef Cross, DayBlack details the modern life of Merce, a former slave and now vampire living in DayBlack, Georgia.
Merce: Going Through the Motions
Merce currently works as a tattoo artist in the city after trying a variety of jobs between his transformation... [Read more of this review]
Games The PlayStation Classic Should Have.
(AfroGamers.com) Earlier this week, Sony announced that it would be releasing the PlayStation Classic. This mini-console is similar to Nintendo’s NES Classic and SNES Classic or that Mega Drive-Genesis mini-console that you see in Family Dollar for $50. The difference from that last one is that Sony is running with a $100 price tag and we’re getting twenty games–presumably all classics.
I... [Read more of this review]
Best Of 2018 – Favorite Video/Mobile Games.
(AfroGamers.com) The year of 2018 was definitely a very good year in the gaming industry as a whole with mobile gaming continue to grow and expand at a rapid pace while the console gaming continues to maintain a steady presence in the gaming scene.
Here are my favorite video/mobile games of 2018;
1. Dragon Ball Fighterz (PS4, XB1, PC) – When I first heard saw the first gameplay trailer for Dragon... [Read more of this review]
Meet Code Geass Lost Stories: Japanese Anime Franchise’s New Social Game.
(AfroGamers.com) After a series of leaks and teasers, Code Geass Lost Stories game is finally official. The new social game titled Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Lost Stories has got its title theme. Game publisher DMM Games also revealed the character designs. Lost Stories game will be available on mobile and PC platforms. At the Tokyo Game Show 2018, the game producer confirmed that Code Geass... [Read more of this review]
Marvel Corner: Ultimate Spider-Man.
(AfroGamers.com) The original Ultimate Spider-Man series was headed up by the incredible team of writer Michael Bendis and artist Mark Bagley. Released in 2000, it was basically a modern retelling of one of Marvel’s Big 3 superheroes.
Knowing this, going back and reading the series would beg the question “Why?” At least for some. Between the character’s creation in August 1962 and the publishing... [Read more of this review]
Introducing Brotherman: Dictator of Discipline.
(AfroGamers.com) In talking to the proprietor of AfroGamers, I was asked “How do you find these old school Black comics?” Mind you, those weren’t his exact words, but the question was the same. While I answered his question, the short, more immediate answer is Peep Game Comix. Tons of modern and cult independent comics by Black writers and artists in one location.
So, in keeping with the initial... [Read more of this review]
Judge Dredd: Caligula 2100.
(AfroGamers.com) So, Judge Dredd has been around for years. A little over 41 years, actually. The series has seen a number stories in that time and the greatest judge of Mega-City One has been through a lot and seen a lot. One of those big stories in the first few years of the series was The Day the Law Died. This 1978 story was something that sprang from a hierarchy-shaking event and spiraled into... [Read more of this review]
The Extraordinary Part of Animal Crossing You Really Need To See.
(AfroGamers.com) Animal Crossing is coming to Nintendo Switch and if you haven’t played this game already, do it. There are many reasons why you should play Animal Crossing as it has so much to offer. You can expect motivation, fan art, relaxing gameplay, beautiful animals that love you, and a lot of activities to do. This game is simply amazing.
When you download and play Animal Crossing, you will... [Read more of this review]
Several Differences Between The Dragon Ball Anime And Manga Part 3 – The Tournament Of Power Edition.
(AfroGamers.com) I have previously written two articles detailing the major differences between the anime and the manga of the Dragon Ball continuity because one has to understand not everything is as it seems in the anime and the manga version of a particular series.
Here are several more differences between the Dragon Ball anime and manga via The Tournament Of Power Version.
1. Vegeta’s Motivation... [Read more of this review]
10 Gaming Life Hacks You Can Learn Today.
(AfroGamers.com) There are many gaming life hacks and you are probably using most of them. For example, using a loom tube to protect the cords or storing cables in toilet paper rolls. Most of those methods are tried and tested by many gamers. Here we are suggesting 10 more gaming life hacks to make your sessions more convenient and comfortable.
Invest in the right gaming chair
If most of the time... [Read more of this review]
Grand Theft Imitation: The Getaway (2002).
(AfroGamers.com) If you enjoyed British crime movies like Get Carter, Snatch, or Locked, Stocked, and Two Smoking Barrels you just might fall in love with The Getaway.
This game is very heavy on story and drama. I’d say the only clone that comes close is The Godfather. It delivers on story more than GTA, Scarface, Saints Row—all of them. Notice that Driver 3 was excluded. No one cares... [Read more of this review]
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