PQube Games have brought some steam to Steam by porting rail shooter Gal*Gun Double Peace to the PC. We jump in to take a look, and hope nobody on our Steam friends list spots us.
The summer season is almost at an end, so Elliot and Andy convene to pick over the good, the bad and the Orange of currently airing anime.
We visit the Shaft 40th Anniversary "Madogatari" exhibition which returned to Tokyo for an encore showing following a successful Japanese tour.
The ever-increasing quantity of anime coming each season shows no signs of abating, so what's worthy of your time this coming autumn season? Dan digs deep to find out.
This week's live podcast may have Insufficient Direction, but it does ensure Mandatory Happiness, so you'd better be smiling while you listen.
We interrupt our usual schedule to bring you some breaking news - or rather, a special podcast brought about by this week's big news of a partnership between Crunchyroll and Funimation Entertainment. What does it mean for the UK market, and the anime streaming market in general? We exhaustively dig into the topic, answer your questions and pose some of our own.
Our resident otaku has made a video about Otaku no Video - namely, Animeigo's crowd-funded Kickstarter edition of this GAINAX classic on Blu-ray.
Seb takes a visit to the Nine Worlds Geek Fest in London to see what the convention is all about.
The road to Scotland Loves Anime 2016 begins here! Aside from excited chatter about that event, we talk about everything from eating disorders to monster girls via twin-tails and World War II Japan. No, seriously.
We journeyed to Windermere to pick up the second volume of Macross Delta... then found out that the Lake District is actually nothing to do with this series, so had to import it from Japan just like everyone else.
We stand proud on a cardboard box to delve into the UK Collector's Edition of this excellent comedy series.