Cosplayer who enjoys a formal dance will be excited to know that California Cosplay Gala: A Fairytale Ball has been announced.
AFKxp has announced that they will be hosting a one day League of Legends tournament in December.
A staple of the cosplay gathering scene, Mokkori Cosplay will host the Old School Cosplay Gathering during the FanimeCon 2020 weekend.
Get ready to Texas Smash once again as Bandai Namco has announced a release date for My Hero One’s Justice 2.
NIS America has announced that The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III is coming to the Nintendo Switch.
With the year coming to an end, Viz Media has announced a list of major releases for the month of December 2019.
Contra: Rogue Corps is the result of when a game publisher chases out all their talented leaders and staff then replaces them with leftovers.
MAINGEAR has announced the launch a new product along with special deals as part of their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale.
The editorial team at Crunchyroll has published their list of the Top 25 anime titles of the decade.
SacAnime Summer 2020 has announced that Justin Briner from My Hero Academia will be a guest.
In a partnership with NorCalibur, Cyber Raccoon Gaming Cafe will host their first Soulcalibur VI tournament.
Left Alive had so much promise only for the story not to be properly crafted and the gameplay better optimized for the experience.
Bandai Namco has announced that SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is now available for the PC via Steam.
The latest update for Call of Duty: Mobile adds one highly requested feature and an iconic game mode.
To celebrate a new partnership with Crunchyroll Games, Last Cloudia will feature a special crossover event with the Collection of Mana series.
Koei Tecmo has announced that Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is now available to play on Google Stadia.
SacAnime has announced that 20 cast members from My Hero Academia will be among the guests for the Summer 2020 event.
The team from BAR Con have announced the details for their last show of 2019, BAR Con SJ: Season Finale!.
Bandai Namco has confirmed that three DLC’s for Code Vein are set to be released sometime in early 2020.
The first chapter of Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient is an introduction to this new entry while setting the groundwork for something different.