Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is getting a manga spin-off

While we patiently wait to see if FromSoftware will release some DLC for Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, fans of the game can soon slate their hunger on an official manga. Instead of Okami, the manga will focus on Hanbei the Undying, the mysterious man who served as our training dummy due to ...

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Singapore Media Festival 2019 will take Comic Con under its wing

7-8 December 2019. Mark it down. Why? Because that’s when this year’s Singapore Media Festival (SMF) will be happening. But if that isn’t enough reason, Singapore Comic Con will be joining in the festival as well! Alongside the Asian Academy Creative Awards (AAA), Asia TV Forum and Market (ATF), ...

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Netflix’s Playing Hard puts the spotlight on videogames development

Video game documentaries are frustratingly rare, so it’s frankly amazing that something like Playing Hard even exists at all. The 91-minute feature goes behind-the-scenes of Ubisoft’s For Honor and, following plenty of positive buzz at select screenings, is now viewable on Netflix. The exciting thing about Playing Hard is ...

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Gotta catch ’em all at Pokemon Go’s first Safari Zone

Last Thursday, GameAxis attended Pokemon Go‘s inaugural Safari Zone held on Sentosa. Jam-packed with rare Pokemon, Pikachu Meet-and-Greets, adorable standees and Lapras floaties, the event was a great success, drawing droves of Pokemon Go players. Running from 18-22 April, the Safari Zone was immensely hyped, mainly because of the ...

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Review: DreadOut is a horror movie, minus the horror

Maybe videogames just shouldn’t be made into movies. One would think filmmakers would have learned that by now, but here we are at the umpteenth half-baked film adaptation of a videogame. This horror flick has its moments, certainly, but they are few and far between, buried under hammy acting ...

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Here’s how you can win Street Fighter T-shirts by taking the MRT

Four trains, six cabins each and…500 super-cool t-shirts to be won. Taken by themselves, the first two parts might pass for something from a Hercule Poirot novel, but what we’re really talking is about Uniqlo’s “Wear your world” campaign. So, if you’re a Street Fighter, Marvel or Super Mario fan, ...

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Is One Punch Man Saitama’s fitness regime actually legit?

Let’s be frank. Most things in anime aren’t meant to be taken seriously. That said, there is no concrete rule that says you can’t either. The popular One Punch Man series, famed for its severely exaggerated but hilarious concepts, focuses on a superhero called Saitama. He’s a regular dude ...

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Review – Mortal Engines could have been Peter Jackson’s next big trilogy

Like Hugo Weaving’s Thaddeus Valentine, a manic rush to the finish sees Mortal Engines sputtering and spewing long before it has the chance to shine. Adapted from Philip Reeve’s similarly-titled novel, Peter Jackson’s 128-minute adventure lays plenty of gorgeous hooks to reel viewers in, especially the geeky among us. ...

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One Piece: World Seeker release date and collector’s edition announced

It’s been almost two months since we last heard about Bandai Namco’s One Piece: World Seeker at Tokyo Game Show 2018. This time, instead of a story trailer we’re getting a look at the game’s systems, the collector’s edition, and news of a release date. This first peek at ...

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Jump Force: Rurouni Kenshin’s main hero and villain join the roster

Break out your old Tamagotchis and pocket pagers; let’s celebrate! One of the most iconic anime series from the late 90’s is making its way onto the Jump Force roster — Rurouni Kenshin. Also known by its English-localised title Samurai X, Rurouni Kenshin tells the story of Himura Kenshin, a ...

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