Category: Features

Anime releases in Summer 2021: turn on the AC!

Spring has come and gone, which means it’s time to look ahead and discover what new anime you can expect to see this summer. If you’re hiding indoors from the heat like us; here are some things to look forward to. For full lists and release schedules you can check out AniChart or LiveChart. If […]

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E3 2021 : the ultimate BGeek wishlist

E3 2021 is just around the corner, starting on June 12th. The yearly Electronic Entertainment Experience will take place online over the course of four days. Many of our favorite publishers and distributors will be participating, but we know little about what they will be presenting exactly. The B-Geek team has collaborated on the below […]

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Tomahawk Angel: A beautiful post-apocalyptic manga

Anime has overtaken and created a powerful fanbase around the world. But what many do not see is the manga tomes behind them. The fanatical audience of manga readers, however, exists. It’s just that many people do not often see the beautiful designs that their artists create on paper. In this case, Tomahawk Angel is […]

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Mangaka Ody: The tale of a Greek manga artist

Japanese culture in Greece is… severely underrated. Despite the fact that anime and manga have managed to become a hot topic in geeky culture internationally, especially in recent years, Greece finds itself lagging somewhat behind. Anime and manga are not taboo by any means, however. There’s a very active community with over 32 thousand members […]

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Worlds MMO: 2 weird identities and 1 mystery

Continuing on the theme of Rabbit Hole, it is interesting that the golden age of these urban myths was somewhere between 1995 and early 2010. In this case a mysterious cult and a very strange place are mentioned. A game with special elements and a deep mystery. Worlds is coming to reveal its own secrets. […]

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Anime for your Watchlist: Kaguya-sama: Love Is War

You probably still have your hands full with the releases from April, most of which are still running. There’s no need to stress because May is actually short on releases. There is one anime I do want to divert your attention to: the very popular Kaguya-sama: Love Is War. If you haven’t seen it yet […]

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BioShock Infinite is a twisted fairy tale

Last time in The Vault, we played Prey and drew parallels between Arkane’s hidden gem and Irrational Games’ iconic BioShock. Having talked so much about the original BioShock, I missed the incredible world-building, the stunning scenery, and the top-tier narrative of the BioShock series. And that’s how I decided to give BioShock Infinite a go. […]

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