Travis Bruno

As a big fan of anime and games I'll be quick to cover anything that happens to be of interest.

Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening rises to shelves tomorrow!

The brand new Dragon Age: Origins release is just around the corner. Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening is a complete expansion to the original Dragon Age: Origins, taking place months after the battle at the finale of the previous game. This expansion will include a completely different storyline, with five new party members and an old face making a return. As well as increasing the level cap ...

Splinter Cell: Conviction Demo coming tomorrow to Xbox Live!

Ubisoft is releasing a Splinter Cell: Conviction demo onto the Xbox Live marketplace tomorrow! Leading up to the game’s upcoming release on April 13th. The demo will only spoil a small amount of the game so I would really recommend giving the demo a download. For it has been told that the demo will show many new features added to Conviction that are different from the past Splinter Cell game...

Aliens vs Predator’s first map pack DLC unleashed

Did you buy the normal version of Alien vs Predator only to realize that the special edition came with four special DLC maps that were only included in that edition? Well we have some good news for you, tomorrow March 18th these maps are going to become available for download, though the price is going to be 560 Microsoft points, or $7. The map pack will include 4 different maps. Two of these maps...

Viz Media launches anime streaming site Viz Anime

As you may have seen, I occasionally post some information about the latest things happening in the anime world, and though most of these are Japanese anime only. This one may appeal to everyone here. Viz Media has launched Viz Anime. This website allows you to view streaming episodes that are already subbed even though the show has only just aired in Japan. Fans of the new Inuyasha or Naruto: Shi...

Sora no Otoshimono Second Season in the works

In fall 2009 AIC anime studio produced Suu Minazuki’s manga into a hilarious harem type anime involving angels from another world coming to one unlucky boy’s home. Though the character types alongside the main characters were vaguely similar to most other animes of this type. The breakout character for me was Ikaros the angel, also termed angelroid. The way that her character was writt...

inXile’s Hunted: The Demon’s Forge to be published by Bethesda

Bethesda announced today that they will be publishing Inxile’s newest game, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge. inXile Entertainment was founded in 2002 by industry veteran Brian Fargo. During his distinguished tenure in the video game business, Fargo has been behind some of the greatest fantasy game franchises of all time including The Bard’s Tale®, Baldur’s Gate®, and Fallout®. Hu...

Gurren Lagann Parallel Works 2 Announced!

Animation company Gainex has announced that they will be releasing a sequel to Gurren Lagann Parallel Works! Gurren Lagann was an extremely popular Mecha anime that is now licensed in the US by Bandai. The show may have ended nearly two and a half years ago, but who says you need to let a finished product stand alone? Gurren Lagann’s story was based upon a desolate world where humans live un...

Final Fantasy XV to be more like an RPG?

I’m sure many of us have either heard or been the source of some of the complaints about FFXIII being extremely linear in the beginning of the game. Being as there are no towns, and no shops at all. Well that may change next time around. Motomu Toriyama, the game director behind the 13 installment, has been quoted saying the following: “Personally, the Final Fantasy games that I have worked ...

Dragon Ball Kai = Nickelodean?

Ah the good old days when you could turn on Cartoon Network and see animated violence. When men could fly in the sky and throw colorful balls of energy at each other hoping to brutally defeat their opponents through giant explosions or by beating them to a pulp? Over the past year Dragon Ball Z has been re-mastered and re-produced in Japan. Cut down from the extremely long 291 episodes, Dragon Bal...

MahJong Anime Game Saki Release Date and Opening Revealed

If you watch anime, then back in Summer of 2009, you probably heard of a certain Mahjong oriented bishoujo anime called Saki. It turns out they are developing a game for the PSP focused directly on Saki and Mahjong. The game is being released March 25th in Japan, and available for importing orders shortly after outside of Japan. Opening video below What’s everyone think of this one ? pretty ...

Japanese Gamers Prefer Subs slightly more than Dubs

Exactly 6,656 were polled over the past two years in Japan, both through online forms and in-game packaging, on whether or not they prefer Subbed video games, Dubbed video games, or had a different choice. For those of you who don’t know, a Dubbed video game is when the original audio was removed from the game, and another language was placed over it. Such as the upcoming FXIII is an English...

Puzzle Bobble Live! Review!

  Puzzle Bobble Live! Publisher: Taito Developer: Taito Platforms: Xbox 360 Release Date: September 30th, 2009 Overview: Puzzle Bobble, or as many other people may know it as, Bust-a-Move! makes a come back with that memorable little dinosaur. Puzzle Bobble Live is a unique puzzle game with not only local competitive play but online play as well. Graphics: There isn’t anything advanced about ...

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