River City Tokyo Rumble is exactly what you want it to be ⊟ 

Oh man, I’m so happy to be writing these impressions. So, when Natsume announced River City Tokyo Rumble, there was a lot of confusion, particularly on my part, about exactly which game it was. Arc System Works made so many Kunio games on 3DS, none of which got localized. My best interpretation was that Tokyo Rumble was an updated version of the first Renegade game, a pre-RCR Kunio brawler.

With that in mind, I tempered my expectations. Well, I was wrong about which Kunio game it was, and my expectations were blown out of the water. This is a real sequel to River City Ransom. It’s hard to imagine a better scenario.

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Inside Science has a new documentary all about fluid dynamics! It features interviews with five researchers about current work ranging from the physics of surfing to the spreading of diseases. Penguins, sharks, archer fish, 3D printing, and influenza all make an appearance (seriously, fluid dynamics has everything, guys). If you’d like to learn more about some of these topics, I’ve touched on several of them before, including icing, penguin physics, shark skin, archer fish, and disease transmission via droplets.  (Video credit: Inside Science/AIP)

River City Tokyo Rumble sold out… today ⊟

Natsume didn’t anticipate this much demand for River City Tokyo Rumble. But I guess after people read my review, every single reader went straight to Amazon to buy the game (and the included keychain, which mannnnn I want). It’s gone. You can get it on eShop and some other retailers (“such as Crunchyroll.com, Gamefly.com, and GameQuestDirect.com. It is also available in Canada with Videogameplus.ca.”) But Amazon done run out.

“However, we’re working on restocking the physical version, right now,” Natsume community manager CeeCee reports. “While we don’t have an estimate when these will arrive and go on sale yet, they will go directly to Amazon so they can be up for sale as quickly as possible. These copies will also have the Kunio keychain!”


The new poster for Found Footage 3D, designed by Matt Durston and TrueHorror, takes on an ‘80s vibe. The indie horror-comedy is currently on the festival circuit. Watch the teaser trailer here.

Found Footage 3D is written and directed by Steven DeGennaro and produced by Kim Henkel The Texas Chainsaw Massacre). Carter Roy, Alena von Stroheim, Chris O’Brien, Tom Saporito, Scott Allen Perry, Jessica Perrin, and Scott Weinberg star.