Tag Archives: 2017

Pokémon The Movie: I Choose You! Review

Inspired by the first episode of the original Pokémon series, Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You! was released in theaters on November 5. It was for just a few days to mark the twentieth anniversary of the anime. Instead of Ash’s original friends, Misty and...


Flying Witch Volume 3 Review

As before, I’m excited I have had the chance and took the time to once again dive back into Flying Witch Volume 3 by Chihiro Ishizuka. The series is such a pleasure to read, delivering what it promises, an enjoyable and wholesome journey from start to...


Dreamhack Denver 2017 Thoughts and Impressions

Starting on a blunt note; I had a hell of a time at Dreamhack Denver 2017 and I’d love to see the convention return next year. If possible for you, I definitely recommend checking it out next year if you have the chance. There...


Imperfect Girl – Volume 1 Review

Imperfect Girl is a suspense manga featuring a teenage boy who possesses no name. From this point forward, I’ll refer to him as the protagonist. As he is riding on his bicycle from school, the protagonist crosses paths with a young girl and her...


Fortnite PVP is a Tempest of Fun

Fortnite is both a co-op survival video game and a massive battle royal PVP game.  Developed by Epic Games and spanning multiple gaming consoles, the game promises to be, well, epic. It’s important to note that the PVP mode will be the focus of...


Dreamhack Denver 2017 Cosplay

Dreamhack Denver 2017 was the first year Denver has had it’s own large scale gaming focused convention. So it is not surprise that the bulk of the cosplay that was in attendance was based around video games. As far as cosplay is concerned regarding...


Mystic Melee Review

Mystic Melee is a new multiplayer fighting game on the Steam Store. Additionally, Mystic Melee features a speedrunning campaign for solo players. This review is mostly covering the campaign aspect of the game. In short, I can say that the campaign is pretty time consuming...


Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Endless Waltz Volume 1 Review

I feel this review needs a bit of a preface. I’ve seen countless things that try to prey on my nostalgia as a child of the 90’s. People my age have made it clear that this is a hook they’re very willing to bite....


NDK Cosplay Roundup Album 1

Every year we attend Nan Desu Kan in Denver, CO. Now that BentoByte has managed to expand significantly in the past year we have upped our repertoire of content that we have post con. But there is one thing that will never change, we...


Trailer and Details Revealed for Ezra Koenig’s Neo Yokio

I only heard the rumors that Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend was working on an anime project a few days ago. (I may have been late to this party.) So I was more than surprised by the trailer for Neo Yokio being released just days later along...


Death Note Movie Review

Spoilers ahead! If you haven’t seen the 2017 Death Note movie on Netflix, I advise you watch that first. If spoilers don’t matter to you or you’re not planning to watch the movie anyway, keep reading. When Netflix announced it had picked up the Death Note...


Dagashi Kashi Season 2 Announced

Good news for fans of comedy, Japanese sweets, or to those out there that are fans of both; our favorite sweet tooth anime is returning! Dagashi Kashi is set to announce a second season of the anime adaptation in the coming double issue of Shonen Sunday....


Kakegurui Anime Trailer Released

For those who furiously watch the anime lists every season will have noticed a missing title across the streaming sites, Kakegurui. This is because streaming giant Netflix acquired the right for the Kakegurui anime. Although this dark and psychological Shounen show is currently airing in Japan, it...


Atlus Announces Three New Games in Persona Series

If you’re a fan of Atlus‘ Persona series, boy do I have buckets of good news for you. Today, Atlus announced three new entries into the Persona franchise titled Persona Q2, Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night, and Persona 5 Dancing Star Night. There are now two official sites for the games,...


Daisuki Announces It’s Shutting Down

International streaming service Daisuki announced today that it will be closing its doors and ending the service on October 31st, 2017. Following the announcement came a closure schedule that can be found below: July 1, 2017 – 12:00 a.m.  –  New registration for DAISUKI’s...