Finally back on schedule, Fanart Friday dips into the vaults of BONES, the studio responsible for countless recent favorites! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Angelic Layer, Fullmetal Alchemist, Captain Earth, Ouran High School Host Club and much more!
RPGs tend to have a sense of exploration, of being a part of a bigger world and digging into its secrets. Upcoming Kickstarter project OMORI replaces all that with a feeling of looming dread, all to a haunting lullaby of a soundtrack. Hit the jump to check out a trailer for OMORI!
Nope, you're reading that right--it's Fanart Monday, but only for today! This time, celebrate fan-favorite voice actress Aya Hirano! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Fairy Tail, Dragon Ball Kai, and... Queen's Blade?!
Got your cat-ear hat (or Necomimi headband) ready? This week's Fanart Friday is all about animal-eared characters, from dogs to cats to foxes (there are a surprising amount of foxes). Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Inuyasha, Loveless, Digi Charat, Fruits Basket and much more!
What if you could go back and fix just a single mistake? Would that make everything better? Steins;Gate is a story many anime fans are familiar with, but the visual novel gives a whole new experience to the whole thing! Check out Nate and Baker's full review after the jump!
Ragna the Bloodedge, Jin Kisaragi, and Noel Vermillion return to finish the fight against Hazama, along with a bunch of fresh faces! Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma is a stylish, exciting fighter that unfortunately hits a few snags--check out our full review after the jump!
Bigger! Better! More exciting! (Still 20-ish pictures with commentary.) Fanart Friday returns with a look at your favorite sequels and follow-up titles! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Sailor Moon, Sword Art Online, UQ Holder, Code Geass and much more!
It's a little too late for an actual April Fools joke, but YouTube creator Tony Le has put together what might happen if 4Kids got a hold of Studio Trigger's high-energy hit Kill la Kill. Hit the jump to get a first (fake) look at high-octane action anime Bully la Bully!
Once again, CRN's HOTT GAME BOYZ team up for a tag-team review of a Metal Gear game... but they have company this time! Newsletter contributor Peter Fobian joins Nate and Joseph in a round-table review of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes! Check it out after the jump!
Tecmo's cult favorite Deception series has been dormant for a long time--the last game came out on the PS2 in 2005! But does the latest entry live up to the hype set by the franchise's rabid fans? Is Deception IV: Blood Ties a triumphant return to form, or have Nate's high expectations set too deadly a trap? Check out our full review after the jump!
The "magical girlfriend" (or magical boyfriend) may not necessarily have full-on magic, but they're oftentimes more special than their generic ordinary partner. This week, check out fan-made masterpieces of "perfect" significant others from Ano Natsu de Matteru, Ah my Goddess, Mass Effect, Tsukihime and much more!
Dark Souls II has been out for some time, and Nate hasn't been the only Crunchyroll gamer who's been digging into the secrets of the ruined kingdom of Drangleic. Past the jump, check out his impressions, as well as those of Joseph Luster, Baker MacDonald and more, as they go into their adventures in From Software's latest hardcore action-RPG!
Fanart Friday is two and a half years old, and it would be great if you remember that "and a half" part--it's important! Celebrate this half-birthday with a recap episode looking back at the last six months of Fanart Friday, featuring fan-made masterpieces from SKET Dance, Kingdom Hearts, The Legend of Zelda, Frozen, and much more!
Fresh from losing his arm and getting his butt kicked, ruthless ninja Yaiba Kamikaze is out for revenge against Ninja Gaiden's taciturn hero Ryu Hayabusa in Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z! Does this darker, edgier spin-off antihero have what it takes to walk in the footsteps of one of the greatest heroes in all of action games? Check out our full review after the jump!
Final Fantasy X returns, now with a drop-dead gorgeous coat of HD paint, a rearranged soundtrack, and all the International Version content that never made it to North America, and Final Fantasy X-2 gets the same treatment, AND they're both in one package! It almost sounds too good to be true--hit the jump to check out our triple-team co-op review with Nate, Baker, and Victoria!