Posts From Chris Del Castillo

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.

Patrick Stewart announces that he has retired from the X-Men franchise

Logan arrives in theaters this Friday, making it the last time Hugh Hackman will be playing Wolverine. Jackman isn’t the only one saying goodbye to the X-Men franchise. Patrick Stewart

Pokémon Sun and Moon TCG opening and giveaway!

The seventh generation of the Pokémon video game series, Pokémon Sun and Moon, was released in November 2016. It was only a matter of time before the 81+ new Pokémon and 18

Win tickets for Sword Art Online The Movie -Ordinal Scale- in theaters

Join Kirito and his companions in a brand new adventure, Sword Art Online The Movie -Ordinal Scale-, which is heading to theaters in North America on March 9th. The film will

Defenders of the Triforce Escape Room is cheesy and fun

After decades of exploring Hyrule as the hero Link in various Legend of Zelda games, it finally felt as if my time had come to rescue the Princess Zelda and save Hyrule in person

Good Smile’s Overwatch Nendoroids coming starting with Tracer

If you are someone like me who feels like there just isn’t enough Overwatch collectibles out there, well you are in luck as Good Smile Company has announced that they

Deemo: The Last Recital heading to the PlayStation Vita this spring

Deemo: The Last Recital was originally released in 2013 as a rhythm game for iOS and Android devices. The title was downloaded more than five million times and was released in

Street Fighter V’s newest character reveal is Kolin

The Street Fighter roster is about to get a little bigger as Capcom revealed the latest DLC character that will be joining the battle. Meet Kolin (pronounced Colleen), the Phantasm of

Tales of Berseria is a dark and refreshing take on the series (review)

Let’s face it, the basic theme of just every single JRPG is to save the world from some sort of evil threat. It’s just the lead up of how you

Final Fantasy XV DLC delayed due to similarities with Power Rangers

At the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary event just over a week ago, Hajime Tabata revealed the lineup of DLC set to release in Final Fantasy XV. It included the Booster Pack

Bling out with Yu-Gi-Oh! The Darkside of Dimensions Movie Pack Gold Edition

Last week, Konami released Yu-Gi-Oh! The Darkside of Dimensions in select theaters in North America. The movie sees the return of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series cast with Yugi Muto and

Nyko reveals new VR accessories for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR

While Nyko didn’t show off anything brand new for home consoles at CES, we did get to see a line of accessories developed for the new model of PlayStation 4

New info revealed for upcoming Final Fantasy XV DLCs

During the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary event, Hajime Tabata talked about the upcoming Final Fantasy XV DLC fans can expect to be released later this year. Booster Pack+ and Booster

‘Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age’ set for summer release

During the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary event, it was revealed that Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will be launching worldwide this July on the PlayStation 4. Final Fantasy XII: The

Namco founder Masaya Nakamura passes away at age 91

Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that Masaya Nakamura, the man who founded Namco, passed away at the age 91. In 1955, Nakamura would create Nakamura Manufacturing, a company that made amusement

Good Smile reveals the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link Nendroid

Good Smile has a new addition to the Nintendo Nendoroid line, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link. Originally announced during WonFest 2016 back in July, we finally

Superbeat: Xonic is heading to PS4 and Xbox One this April

Released in 2015 on the PlayStation Vita, rhythm game Superbeat: Xonic is heading to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox one this April in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle

Pokémon Sun & Moon set to add more Mega Stones via Pokémon Global Link events

Mega Evolutions, which were introduced in Pokémon X and Y, took a backseat with the addition of Z-Moves in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Being able to further evolve some of your

Mario and Nintendo invade the Los Angeles Public Library

Everyone’s favorite Hero of the Mushroom Kingdom recently visited the Los Angeles Public Library recently not to read books but to let attendees kick back, relax and share functions of

Shout! Factory has licensed Digimon Adventure Tri in North America

Digimon Adventure Tri is heading to Blu-ray and DVD later this year, as Shout! Factory and Toei Animation Inc. have signed a multi-picture deal. The deal will give Shot Factory

Mobius Final Fantasy heads to PC and will include FFVII Remake collaboration

Last year Square Enix released Mobius Final Fantasy in the West for iOS and Android devices, a free-to-play mobile game based around deck building a character customization. It announced that it