Cafe Leblanc isn’t only a place for serious coffee lovers, but it’s also where Tokyo Game Show visitors can play some Persona Q2.
The recently announced PlayStation Classic is small. But how does it look side by side with the original? Like this!
The Mini Mega Drive announced earlier this year for Japan has been delayed to 2019. The reason is that Sega decided to also release a Mini Genesis simultaneously worldwide as well as to ensure the quality to up to snuff.
Australian cosplayer A.K. Wirru pulled off a terrific cosplay of iconic fighting game character Mai Shiranui. Here’s how he did it.
It’s time to have a closer look at Nero’s new design in the waxy flesh. Capcom rolled out a life-sized statue of the character’s Devil May Cry 5 iteration at its Tokyo Game Show booth.
Tri-Ace is releasing a full HD version of End of Eternity in 4K for the PlayStation 4 and Steam. Titled End of Eternity 4K/HD Edition, it doesn’t yet have a release date.
Last Friday, the Tsukiji Market held its final auction. The 83-year-old exchange and major Tokyo tourist attraction is moving to a new waterfront location in Toyosu. Soon, the Tsukiji Market will be gone.
Track: Try A Little Tenderness (Live) | Artist: Otis Redding | Album: Complete & Unbelievable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul
Tales of Vesperia is getting a stage play in Japan, Famitsu reports. It’s the latest “Tales of the Stage” and follows the popular adaptation Tales of the Abyss.
Yesterday’s typhoon caused destruction throughout Japan’s Kansai region. Some buildings were badly damaged, while others weathered the storm. Nintendo’s Kyoto headquarters took the “N” out of “Nintendo.”
Later this year, My Neighbor Totoro will be the first Studio Ghibli film to get a theatrical release in China. According to the Hollywood Reporter (via ANN), the movie will have a Chinese language dub and if the release is successful, Studio Ghibli will release more of its films theatrically in China.
Previously, it was officially announced that the Gintama manga was slated to end in the September 15th issue of Weekly Jump. Now its creator says the popular manga isn’t actually ending.
This weekend, iconic J-pop star Namie Amuro will hold her final concert. After that, she will apparently never perform on stage again.