Loot Anime Unboxing: Work For It!

It might just be me but these Loot Crates seem to turn up quicker every time. This time Loot Anime has turned their gaze on a couple of individuals working hard at their job, mission or even towards their dreams. This crate dubbed Work For It! features items from the series Soul Eater, Gintama, Bungo Stray…

Kamiko Review (Switch)

Kamiko first caught my eye because of its stunning pixel art-style and its fluid animation.  It’s a Japanese indie title that cropped up on the eShop early into the Switchs launch. The games developed by SKIPMORE – the same people responsible for the two short but sweet 3DS Fairune titles that gathered somewhat of a cult following. For…

Loot Anime Unboxing: Action Comedy

Well it’s that time of the month again where we unbox another crate of anime goodies. At the centre of this months’ Loot Anime are a special group of formidable weirdoes, goofy or seemingly incompetent but each one with the heart of a champion! The shows selected to promote Action Comedy are One-Punch Man, Trigun: Badland…

Splatoon 2 Review (Switch)

If you haven’t heard of Splatoon then really where have you been hiding? Nintendos newest IP was massively well received when it launched 2 years ago for the Wii U with critics praising its unique gameplay style, stating it was a refreshing take on the shooter genre. I for one was a huge fan of the original…

School-Live! Review (Anime)

Plot: “Yuki Takeya loves her school so much that she does not want to ever leave! Megurigaoka Private High School is a unique and lively place where Yuki enjoys her carefree life as a third-year high school student and member of the School Living Club. The club, consisting of the president Yuuri Wakasa, the athletic…

Loot Anime Unboxing: Rise Up

This month Loot Anime are reminding us that no matter the hardships anything can be overcome when we band together and ‘Rise Up’. Championing this theme is the anime Gurren Lagann, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Knights of Sidonia, Blame! and Voltron: Legendary Defender. This month I’m familiar with all series (Gurren Lagann and Evangelion being among my favourite anime) except for Voltron which I’ve only…

Loot Anime Unboxing: Unnatural

All in all I was left more disappointed than anything with the contents of last months Loot Anime (although I am now hooked on School-Live!), so I’m really, really hoping for better things with the 20th Loot Anime crate titled, Unnatural. This months theme features items from the four franchises Death Note, Noragami, Mob Psycho 100 and Parasyte. A big disappointment last time was a…

Loot Anime Unboxing: Humanity

A little while ago we here at the NerdHub were discussing what else we could do for the site besides what we normally write. One of the ideas that cropped up was trying our hand at unboxing Loot Crates as some of us occasional treat ourselves to them. So as I’ve just reactivated my subscription…

Interviews with Monster Girls Review (Anime)

Plot: “Succubi, dullahans, snow women and vampires… We’re a little different from humans and called “demi-humans.” Lately, we’ve been called “demis.” This is a stimulating and heartfelt school demi-human comedy featuring those very unique “demis” and a high school teacher named Takahashi Tetsuo, who’s highly interested in learning more about their daily lives and habits”…

DeadRoad Assault Review (Android)

Along the ‘eerie’ Exit 51, you find yourself in a spot of bother as you’ve somehow managed to crash your truck. It’s a sticky situation to get out of for anyone but here matters are worse as a horde of zombies are bearing down on you ready to go to town on your gooey innards.…