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7:00 PM on 04.02.2015

Review: Attack the Light: Steven Universe

Videogames based on television shows can be pretty hit or miss, but usually they miss. The same can also be said for mobile games in general. This makes something like Attack the Light, a mobile game based on the popular cart...

Ben Davis

7:30 PM on 03.30.2015

Attack the Light: Steven Universe RPG launches this week

If you're like me and you've been obsessing over Steven Universe for the past month, this news should excite you! Cartoon Network Games is set to release a Steven Universe RPG for mobile devices on April 2. Developed by Grum...

Ben Davis

10:30 AM on 03.30.2015

Star Fox in the Hanna-Barbera style just looks right

A friend brought to my attention a pretty awesome piece of art from a Twitter user that goes by the username "@jonasdoesstuff," and it magically crosses over the classic Hanna-Barbera style with Star Fox. As someone who ...

Chris Carter

10:00 PM on 02.16.2015

Star Fox X Regular Show Tribute

[StarfooooooOOOHHHH by ガしガし] The fact that a new Star Fox game is set for release this year still feels a little surreal. Fan expectations are bound to be high, as the wait for this...

Jonathan Holmes




Get your nostalgia flowing with this cartoon retelling of EarthBound photo
Get your nostalgia flowing with this cartoon retelling of EarthBound
by Darren Nakamura

Fans of EarthBound celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Japanese release a little over a month ago on August 27. Followers of the series are known for going above and beyond in celebrating it, so of course one would spend four years making this lovely, charming tribute.

The five-minute animation retells the story of Ness and his friends on their journey to save Eagleland from Giygas. So many little touches are in there that will bring a smile to EarthBound fans' faces. There is a Spiteful Crow carrying a cookie, Paula's teddy bear, a New Age Retro Hippie, the Runaway Five, Overcoming Shyness, homesickness, and more. The iconic scene of Paula praying during the final battle made me a little misty-eyed.

More information about the video and its creation can be found at Project PK Flash.

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The Sonic Boom cartoon will debut in November photo
The Sonic Boom cartoon will debut in November
by Chris Carter

Before we get Sonic Boom for Wii U and Sonic Boom for 3DS, we'll be getting a Sonic Boom cartoon. Said cartoon will arrive on November 8th on Cartoon Network, with 11 minute shows on a weekly basis.

You can get a feel of the show by watching the trailer above. As you might expect, it's aimed at younger viewers. I miss the first season of the dark Sonic cartoon that pretty much anyone could watch.

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11:30 AM on 10.06.2014

The goofy Ruby Spears Mega Man cartoon just got its DVD re-release

Discotek Media has released a new boxed set of the Ruby Spears Mega Man cartoon, which comes in four discs, with a retro-inspired box and NES cartridge style discs. Previously, the series was available in two volumes. Th...

Chris Carter



Adventure Time Game Wizard has a pretty cool level editor photo
Adventure Time Game Wizard has a pretty cool level editor
by Abel Girmay

There's a new game coming out based on everybody's favorite television show, Adventure Time! You know what that means right? Go on and grab your friends, because we're going to some very distant la---actually, you might want to rethink going on this adventure.

Adventure Time Game Wizard's biggest strength is in its content creator. Using the iPad camera, you can scan in any level you've drawn out on a piece of graph paper, or you can draw directly in-game. From there, you can choose a themed backdrop based on the show including the Snow Kingdom, Candy Kingdom, and others.

There's a set of simple shapes and outlines you can draw, each corresponding to a type of platform. Want a lava pit? Just make two vertical shafts with zig zags in between. Need a moving platform? Just sketch out a striped rectangle.

There are a good number of platform types you can draw and combine to create your own levels, and Game Wizard offers an intuitive guide for all the shapes you can use. They never get more complicated than what you can trace on graph paper, and even when I didn't draw perfect lines, the scanner was always capable of translating past those errors.

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10:00 AM on 07.22.2014

Here's the opening scene from Batman: Assault on Arkham

Batman: Assault on Arkham is an upcoming direct-to-video animated film that serves as the direct sequel to Batman: Arkham Origins. Expect more not-so-zany adventures with the Riddler and Joker and the debut of the Suicide Sq...

Brittany Vincent

2:00 PM on 07.14.2014

Ex-Rare concept artist reimagines Metroid as a Hanna-Barbera cartoon

As a kid, I was lucky to have parents who showed me things that came before my time. One such medium was Hanna-Barbera cartoons. I watched hours upon hours of Hong Kong Phooey, Snagglepuss, and Wacky Races alongside...

Chris Carter

11:35 AM on 06.25.2014

The Legend of Korra game announced, developed by Platinum Games

I'm not really much a fan of the Avatar series, but I might become one after this. It was just announced that Platinum Games, the developers of Bayonetta, Vanquish, and Metal Gear Rising, are working on the official video gam...

Alessandro Fillari





5:30 PM on 05.19.2014

Throw an Adventure Time Battle Party with this new MOBA

I had no earthly idea there was an Adventure Time MOBA in the works, let alone a beta for one. Lo and behold, Adventure Time Battle Party's MOBA launches today with an open beta, so you can start your kids' MOBA addictions yo...

Brittany Vincent

11:00 AM on 04.10.2014

Discotek's Mega Man cartoon re-release will feature retro box art

The Ruby Spears Mega Man cartoon may be infamous, but it's also incredibly hard to collect these days. The old DVDs are out of print and hard to find, and each of the two sets will run you around $50 used. But publisher ...

Chris Carter



Review: The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville photo
Review: The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville
by Darren Nakamura

Fifteen years ago, The Powerpuff Girls was my jam. I used to watch it (along with Dexter's Laboratory) just about every day after coming home from school, but before firing up a videogame. A couple weeks ago, when The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville was announced, I approached it with a level of caution appropriate for a beloved childhood franchise resurrected with a new look. That is to say, I was prepared for the worst.

Previously, developer Radiangames was mostly known for a handful of decent, but perhaps uninspired Xbox Live Indie Games. Licensed titles are often sub-par, and especially those that are timed to release in the same window as the source material. Despite all of that, Defenders of Townsville ends up as a unique, genuinely entertaining metroidvania.

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8:00 PM on 03.05.2014

The Powerpuff Girls return in Defenders of Townsville

Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville is heading to Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux on March 14, 2014. Huh? Where did this come from? Radiangames, a developer known for its line of Xbox Live indie games, was in need of ...

Jordan Devore

1:45 PM on 02.18.2014

Home Sheep Home 2 is on Steam, discounted until Feb 24

Two years ago, Home Sheep Home 2 released on PC and iOS devices, where it received decent critical praise for its Lost Vikings-esque puzzle platformer gameplay and adorable art style. Players control Shaun the Sheep, along w...

Darren Nakamura