About Chris Del Castillo

Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle coming April 29th

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle will finally be arriving in North America for PlayStation 3 on April 29th. Featuring over 40 characters taken from all eight current JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure story arcs, players can play as and against their favorite characters in this 3D fighting game, where you fight with your stands to … Continue reading

Inti Creates and Keiji Inafune releasing Azure Striker Gunvolt

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Inti Creates and Keiji Inafune are teaming up to work on a brand new action adventure game for the Nintendo 3DS this summer via the Nintendo eShop. They are bringing their experience from developing the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX series, as Keiji Inafune is directing the action. Set in … Continue reading

Devastation DLC has you fight a 100-foot Cryptid Kraken in Call of Duty: Ghosts

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Ever wanted to fight a 100-foot enemy Kraken and live to tell the tale? Call of Duty: Ghosts’s second DLC will be letting you do just that with the upcoming Devastation DLC in the newest episode, “Mayday.” Devastation also includes four new multiplayer maps: “Ruins” is set in a Mayan Temple, … Continue reading

Dark Horse Comics releasing three new art books from Bethesda

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Dark Horse Comics announced today that they will be teaming up with Bethesda to release three new artbooks this year for The Art of Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Art of The Evil Within and Dishonored: The Dunwall Archives. Each book will retail for $39.99. The first art book will be The Art of … Continue reading

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles – 10 years later and still a classic

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Namco Bandai Games celebrates the 10th anniversary of Tales of Symphonia with Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, exclusively for the PlayStation 3. Tales of Symphonia Chronicles includes the original Tales of Symphonia game with HD graphics, new costumes and added content (the added content was originally released for the Japanese PS3 version). … Continue reading

Ultra Street Fighter IV features previous Street Fighter IV modes

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During Southern California Regionals, Capcom released a brand new trailer for the upcoming Ultra Street Fighter IV that is coming out June. The new trailer shows off a new Edition Select mode, select your character and play them in whatever version of Street Fighter IV you like. With Capcom releasing … Continue reading

Bluefin Tamashii Nations to release Digimon’s Imperialdramon S.H. Figuarts figure in August

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Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA announced today that Imperialdramon Fighter Mode from Digimon Adventure 02 will be joining the S.H. Figuarts line this August. Complete with Positron Laser and Giga Death weapon accessories, Imperialdramon Fighter Mode also includes two sets of interchangeable hands and a special display stand to post him in some really … Continue reading

The first Shin Megami Tensei game will arrive in the West next month

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Atlus USA will be releasing the first Shin Megami Tensei game for iOS devices on March 18th. This will be the first time that the original series will be available in the West outside of importing and fan translations. Available for $7.99, Shin Megami Tensei lets you choose between Law … Continue reading

Sonic Boom – Behind the scenes talks about character changes

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A new behind-the-scenes video from Sega takes a look at the upcoming video game and Cartoon Network’s CG-animated series, both known as Sonic Boom. See the people behind some iconic voices such as Roger Craig Smith who plays the much taller but fast Sonic the Hedgehog, the unforgettable voice of Dr. … Continue reading

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition coming to consoles and PC

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It has been announced that Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will be coming to the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Developed by Armature Studios, it was originally made for the PlayStation Vita and the Nintendo 3DS and takes place after the events of Arkham Origins. Soon you’ll be able to check … Continue reading

Bandai America to release a Limited Edition diecast Titanus

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With the popularity of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers at its all-time high, Bandai has released a line of “Legacy” items that include the Power Ranger morphers,  the highly anticipated “Dragon Dagger,” as well as the Legacy Megazord. During the American International Toy Fair held in New York, Bandai … Continue reading

One Piece: Romance Dawn Review – Relive the adventure on the high seas

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In One Piece: Romance Dawn, you’ll be able to relive the adventure of how the Straw Hat Crew came together. They will battle against the navy and rival pirates, all in a quest to reach the new world and gain reputation and bounties. Developed by Japanese company Three Rings and … Continue reading

New Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster trailer shows off new features

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Square Enix will be releasing the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Collection next month for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. To get fans excited to replay the games once more, Square Enix has released a new trailer highlighting all the new features of the game. Check out the upgraded … Continue reading

Guardians of the Galaxy Rocket Raccoon ARTFX+ Statue coming this September

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Kotobukiya has announced on their Facebook Page that the cute and cuddly Rocket Raccoon will be coming in the form of an ARTFX+ statue this September. No price has been announced yet but Rocket stands ready for battle, with his weapon on hand as he stands on fellow Guardians of the … Continue reading

DC Comics Starfire Bishoujo Statue looks amazing

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During the New York Toy Fair, Kotobukiya showcased some of its upcoming statues and figures, including a look at its upcoming DC Comics Starfire Bishoujo Statue. Coming this October, Starfire poses seductively with amazing details and colors from top to bottom. It’s a nice addition to any DC fan, or anyone … Continue reading

Ragnarok Odyssey Ace releases in North America April 1st, no joke

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XSEED will be releasing Ragnarok Odyssey Ace on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on April 1st in North America. Retailing at $39.99, the game will be available at “select retailers” for both PS3 and Vita, and the Vita version of the game will include a bonus soundtrack featuring 25 tracks from … Continue reading

Capcom and Virgin Gaming launch Money Match service – It’s live now

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In the fighting game community, money matches aren’t anything new. Big names and upcoming names take on challengers with money on the line, especially at tournaments. Together Capcom and Virgin Gaming have released a new money matching service that lets you take on opponents online and make money doing it. It’s … Continue reading

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes will have a Limited Edition system in Japan

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Known as the “Fox Edition”, the Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes bundle will feature the Fox emblem on the front of the console, along with a copy of the game. Announced via Kojima Production’s Twitter, the bundle will be a Sony Store exclusive and will retail for 46,980 yen … Continue reading

Dark Horse Comics releasing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess statues this July

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During San Diego Comic-Con 2013, we had the chance to visit the Dark Horse Comics booth for a few interviews and autograph signings. It was there that we stumbled upon an awesome wall showcasing a few Legend of Zelda statues. There was no information on when Link and Ganondorf would … Continue reading