Chris Del Castillo
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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.
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Posts by Chris Del Castillo
On April 1st, 2012 Cartoon Network and Adult Swim did something that took fans by storm. For the first time in almost four years, Toonami was back on the air. Steve Blum reprised his role of T.O.M. 3.0 with new voice acting for introductions, commercials, and he even reviewed Mass Effect 3. Anime More >
It’s sad when characters you are so used to seeing get changed or killed off. In this new video made by voice actor DC Douglas, who does both Resident Evil’s Albert Wesker and Mass Effects’ Legion, he has them speaking about a possible alliance. Charlie Sheen (who might be carrying the Uroboros More >
Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship series is under way and the cards just keep coming. With Galactic Overlord and The Battle Pack: Epic Dawn releasing next month, duelists still have one more set to look forward to with a new starter deck, XYZ Symphony.
YCS Long Beach was an event no one could have expected or prepared for. What was originally a 2-day event (Saturday and Sunday) could have been considered a 3-day event. On Friday, March 23rd, 2,223 players pre-registered for the main event, which took around 6 hours. All around the Long Beach More >
When my 60 gig backwards-compatible PS3 died, I thought that playing my copy of Persona 3: FES with up-scaling would be gone.
Sonic 4 Episode 1 had plenty of buzz, since it was a new Sonic game that followed the original Genesis style, but in 3D. Sega teased the game for a long time under the code name “Project Needlemouse,” and we learned that Sonic would be the only character in the game, or so we thought.
Last month we More >
The next installment of the Kingdom Hearts series released last week in Japan, and fans have been going crazy even if they haven’t gotten a chance to play it. Videos on YouTube spoil the game, yet more people are allowed to play the game, and posts on Twitter and Facebook confirmed that many of More >
Back during E3 2011, the Ninja Gaiden 3 demo was impressive. It showed off the first stage while keeping the hack-and-slash style Ryu fan’s have been familiar. Oddly, the ability to decapitate and slice off opponents limbs and all the blood were gone.
In anticipation for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 3, I More >
While there are many video games coming out from Nippon Ichi Software America (NISA) this year, plenty of animes are being released too. Last month was the odd comedy Bridge X Bridge, which is an odd slice-of-life anime about aliens. Now More >
It’s been 6 years since the last Tenacious D album, and aside from a few shows including BlizzCon 2010, nothing else has really happened. This is probably because Jack Black was working on so many projects. Now, the most hardcore and possibly the derdiest band out there is releasing a new CD and More >
*My views and opinions do not reflect the website, but I do believe there are many who would agree this is getting quite ridiculous.
Honestly, I think DLC is one of the best things that we can get in this generation. It adds value to our games long after the game has been released. I’ve spent over More >
If you are a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! and live in the West Coast, chances are you’re getting ready for this weekend’s YCS. And with some help of some local duelists, we thought we would talk a bit about a few important things: type of decks you will be seeing, current format, current sets, what you can do More >
Don’t you just love technology? The need for multiple cables are becoming unnecessary as everything is moving towards wireless. Now, wherever you go it’s possible to stream from your laptop to your TV without the need of an HDMI/S-Video cable or DVI.
The Warpia TV allows you to enjoy using your More >
Ryu Hayabusa has slayed a lot of demons and rival ninjas in his lifetime, but with Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus, his adventure is portable. This is the fourth Ninja Gaiden game that Team Ninja has worked on ever since the 2004 reboot on Xbox. Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus came out just a week after the More >
Last year at E3 2011, Sega showed off the much-anticipated Sonic the Hedgehog game with Sonic Generations. It featured past and present Sonic and was one of the best Sonic titles in recent years.
Last year was also Sonic’s 20th birthday, and Sega made sure to share it with fans by renting out Club More >
It wasn’t too long ago that the announcement of a new Pokemon game would be coming for the Nintendo DS. In a first for the Pokemon handheld series, it will be getting a number following the title. Previous games would have a new color added to the name, which has usually been a mix of colors. So More >
It’s dueling season with 2 Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship series just passing and plenty more to come. At the end of this month at Long Beach, California, there will be another Championship series. With the release of Order of Chaos Special Edition, Konami has another goody in store for this month.
The More >
A mysterious lab houses a large amount of small alien blobs. They are locked up and used for experiments, making our main blob the least happiest blob on Earth. Thanks to some luck and slick skills (pun!), the blob is able to escape right before another experiment and frees all the other blobs from More >
The horror of Silent Hill is almost upon us. The original date of The Silent Hill HD Collection has changed from March 6th, 2012, to March 20th, placing it right down the middle between Silent Hill Downpour and Book of Memories, making the 3 Silent Hill games being released in a row:
- Tuesday, More >
Originally I was going to watch the anime. All of my friends kept recommending it to me, not because it was a magical girl anime, but because it wasn’t your normal, super and sweet, hero girl anime. It added a twist. When it was announced back in 2011 by Aniplex for a US release, I held back from More >
Thanks to DLC, gamers have been getting a chance to play games they usually wouldn’t purchase at a store. And it’s thanks to them that gamers get a chance to revisit retro gaming. With the game I’m reviewing, it doesn’t get any more retro than having Blaster Master: Enemy Below, a Gameboy Color More >
Zombies are attacking all over and they are trying to eat every brain in the neighborhood, especially in your backyard. What are you going to do? How about laying down an arsenal of plants on your lawn to take down the army of zombies. Created by Pop Cap, Plants vs. Zombies has been successful on More >
Yu-Gi-Oh! Players had a few questions about the upcoming Battle Pack Epic Dawn, we got them answered
For Yu-Gi-Oh! players, the surprise announcement of the Battle Pack: Epic Dawn was a nice change of pace when cards like Tour Guide of the Underworld, Fiendish Chain, Fabled Raven and more would be getting a reprint, making it easier for duelists to get and put in their decks.
While it’s just like More >
Order of Chaos instantly became a game changer for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading card game with greater support for Wind-up decks, and introduces new deck type like Inzektors and Ninja’s that are now some of the top used decks for regionals and YCS.
On March 6th, Konami will be releasing what is possibly More >
Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk II is a freshly unique game, as the game itself is one huge video game parody with a pretty crazy story and cast of characters. The first game in the series is a JRPG that should be played, the second will easily please JRPG fans who want more. It was co-produced by Idea More >