Posts From NR Team

Nintendo theme parks coming to Universal Studios

By Reinier Macatangay Soon, Nintendo fans will be able to enjoy their games at official theme parks! Legendary Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto and Mark Woodbury of Universal announced a partnership

Five great Square Enix RPGs on Android

By Reinier Macatangay Not everyone can afford a PlayStation 4 and buy Final Fantasy XV (including this writer), although it looks absolutely fantastic. Plenty of gamers already own a smartphone

Phil Spencer would love Nintendo games on Xbox

By Reinier Macatangay While the prospect of proper Nintendo games on Xbox is remote, Microsoft will welcome them with open arms if the House of Mario ever changes its mind.

A clear, bright, and Aki Con autumn

By Mariano Uvalle An equal day and equal night of cosplay is scheduled this equinox at Akicon’s 9th anniversary. This weekend, October 28th-30th Akicon will be held at The DoubleTree

Doctor Who companion Bill is ‘bringing something fresh’ to the series

By Joshua Kaye As one of the largest phenomenon throughout the world, Doctor Who has fans that span all across the globe. The show, which was first started in 1963

Nerd Reactor at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2016

By Kaung Set and Stephanie Monica Nerd Reactor was at Anime Weekend Atlanta to take in the sights, buy way too many things in the dealer hall, and get an

Possible video game delays in the future due to strike

By James Hong If you live in Los Angeles county and near EA in Playa Vista, CA, you might have notice picket signs. Video game voice actor’s union, SAG-AFTRA, has

BBC’s Class deals with the supernatural, social issues, and being a teenager

  By Joshua Kaye Following in the footsteps of The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood, the new Doctor Who spin-off, Class, will be another show for Doctor Who fans to

NYCC 2016: BBC America’s Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is a bizarre thrill ride

By Joshua Kaye As one of the most exciting shows to make its premiere on BBC America this year, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency looks like it’s going to be

The 2016 Scream Zone at Del Mar Fairgrounds

By Elsa Nguyen It was my first time attending the Scream Zone from San Diego County. The scream zone is a worthy event to go to in the month of

Wagnaria!!3 Vol. 2 Blu-ray review

By Xchel Nakamura Yes! We revisit the famous, family-owned restaurant, “Wagnaria!.” In this part of Season 3, there have been a lot of crazy antics that have been circling around

NYCC 2016: Square Enix won’t leave you disappointed

By Josh Kaye Comic Con 2016 is here, and it’s time to sit back, relax, and enjoy everything going on at the Javits Center. Maybe a little bit less on

What it’s like to be an attendee at Dragon Con

By Kaung Set and Stephanie Monica By this time, it’s been two weeks since Dragon Con – one of the largest multi-genre conventions held in Atlanta, GA. Cosplay photos are

MeiQ: Labyrinth Of Death review (PS Vita)

Written by Xchel Nakamura The PlayStation Vita doesn’t receive a lot of the love it deserves. While Sony seems to have just given up on the it, we luckily still have a few

NHL 17 review

By Eric Escaravage Arguably one of the biggest issues plaguing sports games in general is the fact that a new edition comes out every single year. While hardcore fans will

Making memories at Dragon Con 2016

By Kaung Set & Stephanie Monica The 30th anniversary of Dragon Con was the biggest and funnest one yet! Over 77,000 attendees came to celebrate and make all kinds of

Charlotte Blu-ray Vol. 1 review

By Xchel Nakamura Science mixed in with some cute factor. This could be how most people describe the anime series, Charlotte. But for some of us, it offers a little

From Dusk Till Dawn 3×01 ‘Head Games’ & 3×02 La Reina recap & review (Part 2)

By Jes Vu Continuing from 3×01’s recap…   All Hail the Queen Flashback five months back: a very violent and hostile Kate (Madison Davenport) is having a psychotic break as

From Dusk Till Dawn 3×01 ‘Head Games’ & 3×02 La Reina recap & review (Part 1)

By Jes Vu Welcome back, Ramblers! Summer may have ended but season three of From Dusk Till Dawn begins with not only one, but two action-packed episodes for the season

Now You See Me 2 interview with Jon M. Chu and Keith Barry (video)

Now You See Me 2 is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Nerd Reactor recently got the chance to chat with director Jon M. Chu and mentalist/magic consultant