The interview was supposed to be about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, but Nate and Suda51 ended up talking about a lot more! From dream projects to David Lynch to the best restaurants in Seattle, check out our interview with game design legend SUDA51 after the jump!
After six years, the Marvel vs. Capcom series is back in all its screen-filling, hyper-comboing glory! But the brand-new Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite has some stiff competition on the horizon--is it still worth it to jump into Capcom's latest tag-team fighter? Hit the jump to check out our full review of this crossover clash!
Almost like it's picking up right after 1994's Sonic & Knuckles, the brand-new Sonic Mania feels like everything right about the classic Sonic games in one package, with a few new modern surprises! Hit the jump to check out our full review of the Blue Blur's 25th anniversary celebration--a written review by Nate Ming, and a video review by Sonic superfan Cameron Trentalange!
It's finally here (in like a week)! After several heartbreaking delays, Atlus' Persona 5 is finally upon us! From Shujin High to the Metaverse and back, through ferocious turn-based battles and intense Social Link situations, hit the jump to check out our full review of the long-awaited Persona 5!
Far removed from the original Mass Effect trilogy, BioWare's space opera continues in Mass Effect: Andromeda, the newest chapter in the action-RPG saga! But there's trouble in paradise and our heroes' new home isn't everything it's supposed to be--hit the jump to check out our full review!
Six hundred years after the events of the Mass Effect trilogy, a new adventure begins in a new galaxy with Mass Effect: Andromeda! We got an early look at the game--hit the jump to check out our hands-on impressions of this upcoming sci-fi RPG!
Before Kazuma Kiryu was the Dragon of Dojima, he was a nobody doing grunt work. Not only is Yakuza 0 a great flashback for longtime fans, it's the perfect place to start in this long-running series--hit the jump for our full review of Sega's latest hot-blooded open-world crime epic!
With our favorite anime, manga, and games all out of the way, it's time to close up the 2016 edition of Crunchyroll Favorites with EVERYTHING ELSE! CR's staff and contributors talk about their favorite movies, books, food, life events and more after the jump!
It seemed like everything under the sun got to shine in 2016's video games, from first-person shooters to puzzle-adventure games to side-scrolling beat-'em-ups! In part two of this three-part feature, check out the favorite games of CR's staff and contributors, after the jump!
We're almost two weeks into the new year, but let's take a look back at some our favorites from 2016! Part One of this three-part feature is all about the favorite anime and manga (and related media) from 2016, featuring Crunchyroll's newswriters, features contributors, and staff members! Hit the jump to see their 2016 favorites!
It's all been building up to this point--Fanart Friday's grand finale is now! Nate's heartfelt farewell to Crunchyroll's longest-running column is just past the jump, featuring fan-made masterpieces that send Fanart Friday off in style!
Crunchyroll Gaming's PAX West coverage finishes up with Nate and Peter's favorite BIG-NAME TITLES! Hit the jump to check out their thoughts on Dragon Quest Builders, Horizon Zero Dawn, and more!
Crunchyroll Gaming's PAX West coverage continues, this time with a look at Nate and Peter's favorite UNEXPECTED SURPRISES from the show! Hit the jump to see their thoughts on Mages of Mystralia, Pyre, and much more!
Here we are at the second-to-last week of Fanart Friday! From folks who've written the column to fans who've submitted art to longtime lurkers, Fanart Friday lets them all say THEIR GOODBYES this week! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Berserk, Himouto Umaru-chan, Mobile Suit Gundam, Nobunagun (of course), and much more!
PAX West was just a few weeks ago, but Nate and Peter from Crunchyroll Gaming are here to share their SHOW FAVORITES! Hit the jump to see their thoughts on slick indie up-and-comers like Battle Chef Brigade, Chasm, and more!