Minecraft isn’t only popular in Japan, it’s also popular on the Nintendo Switch.
A new Dragon Ball Super: Broly trailer just debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. In it, Broly goes bonkers, but what many fans also dig are Goku’s and Vegeta’s winter wear.
The years-in-the-making Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 finally has a release year. The movie is slated for 2020 in Japan.
Namco Bandai’s VR Zone Osaka, it’s VR-based amusement center, is getting a Godzilla virtual reality game.
In Japan, robot cat Doraemon is beloved. People adore the character, which is sometimes called “Japan’s Micky Mouse.” But no one in the Doraemon’s homeland or anywhere else on Earth is a bigger fan than Instagram user Reghina Karwur.
A 51-year-old man in Kobe has been arrested for allegedly violating Japan’s stalking law. The suspect, however, said he wasn’t stalking a 33-year-old woman, but just playing Pokémon Go near her house.
This is Battle Kid. It will be released this September in Japan on a Famicom cartridge.
Over the years, I’ve seen some amazing retro style GIFS, but I’ve never seen anything like these. Artist Kutsuwa creates some pixel-style dioramas, with the action unfolding in short GIFs.
This past Saturday, a weapon and mask pack was released for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile. That same day, PUBG’s creators recalled the item pack, released an apology and began issuing refunds.
Then, maybe it would look something like this? Custom model maker Akira Tange originally created this piece titled “Gundam Shojo” for Japan’s Wonder Festival figure event.
Now that we’re getting better looks at Broly in the upcoming Dragon Ball Super: Broly, fans have been commenting on the character’s new look and attempting to deduce what it all means.
Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno is in Shanghai, where he’s checking out the world’s largest Unit-01 statue.
Not just sell it, but have a Kirin beer dispensing machine in store for perfect foamy pours. Think a Slurpee machine, but for beer.