Originating in Japan, anime is a specific style of animation that is gaining popularity around the world. The genre has spawned its own culture of dedicated fans, creating some of the most recognizable franchises in the world. Pokemon, for example, is the world’s most lucrative media franchise, beating both StarRead More →

Who doesn’t like a good fantasy? Since the 1980s, popular culture has had a craze for the days of yore when goblins, elves, and trolls once roamed the land and skilled knights fought for their kingdom and honor. Over time, the fantasy genre has grown to include all kinds ofRead More →

Crunchyroll, the global anime brand, today announces nearly 30 series as part of the upcoming anime season, including End Platinum, Crunchyroll and Adult Swim original series Blade Runner: Black Lotus, SAKUGAN and the Crunchyroll Original series Elevated Guardian Spice – plus returning favorites and two short films joining the CrunchyrollRead More →

Sports anime has been around for a long time, helping fans keep the excitement reached in stadiums on their gadget screens. Movies like Slam Dunk and Prince of Tennis are classics hard to forget. In recent years, the popularity of sports cartoons has increased, with a handful of such filmsRead More →

The Monster Fighting Series digivolts again with the announcement of a new animated TV series and a new Digimon 02 movie. Bandai plans even more round-trip travel in the digital world, as the company announced two new Digimon animated projects. According to Anime Intelligence and Research, the first of theRead More →

If you are an anime fan, you will know that there are many video games that you can enjoy. The anime games on the market today are incredibly diverse; just as varied as the manga, television and Japanese cinema from which they were inspired. Whether you want to defend yourselfRead More →

Beginning as a Type-Moon light novel series written by Kinoko Nasu with illustrations by Takashi Takeuchi, The garden of sinners was eventually adapted into a series of animated films by Ufotable. By the way Kara no Kyôkai in Japan, the main premise revolves around the relationship between Shiki Ryougi andRead More →

With the steady increase in the popularity of Anime, it is only natural that there have been many anime games made for every console. Mobile devices are no exception with plenty of anime-based games to choose from. While most people familiar with the genre know to expect things like gachaRead More →

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (January 16, 2020) Few, if any, anime have the impact and legacy of Dragon Ball Z, and because of that we’ve seen countless games over the years. Still, Kakarot, in a way, introduces a new experience, one that lets you take on the role of GokuRead More →

Joe Hindy / Android Authority Anime games are popping up everywhere. The whole genre is getting cross-platform these days. You don’t just get a new anime, but also a new game, manga, and a whole bunch of other content. In some cases, there are now game-based cartoons (looking at you,Read More →

Animated video games have become a genre in their own right, and there are countless titles that attempt to emulate the most popular shows. Of course, these encompass quite a few different genres, but there is a recurring problem that seems to crop up with anime games. They’re always soRead More →

Dragon ball fighterz Dragon Ball has seen a great number of fighting games over the years, but Dragon Ball FighterZ holds a special place even among these. FighterZ has an absolutely amazing art style that almost makes it look like fights from the moving anime. Even after that, the ArcRead More →