With summer quickly approaching, now is the time for ladies to put on some light, refreshing dresses. Like the two heroines of OreImo.
Moments ago on Microsoft’s live unveiling of the Xbox One, it was announced that the games publisher’s best-selling first-person shooter franchise, Halo, is getting a live-action television series with Steven Spielberg’s involvement in a yet-undefined role.
Microsoft has unveiled its next-generation video games console – the Xbox One, so named due to its concept to provide an “all-in-one” experience. The Xbox One console features voice and gesture controls powered by a new Kinect sensor, and will… Read More »
Who’s got two thumbs and a giant real-life replica of Final Fantasy VII’s Buster Sword? This guy: master swordsman and renowned propmaker Tony Swatton.
Out of nowhere, Sega has launched an official Twitter account for Dreamcast cult classic rhythm game, Space Channel 5. Judging from the Twitter account’s description, it appears that Sega will be making an announcement regarding the series in the near… Read More »
Watch Dogs, to be launched on November 19, has a few additional features for those who pre-order. Watch Dogs takes place in Chicago, where a man named Aiden Pierce uses his smartphone to virtually hack the entire city in an… Read More »
A few additional details on SCE Japan Studio’s Freedom Wars, a “recapture” multiplayer action game for the PS Vita that’s scheduled to come out in 2014, have emerged now that its official website has been updated. Chief amongst those details?… Read More »
The HD version of Resident Evil Revelations is finally coming out this week, and now Capcom has announced some downloadable content to give the game some extra flair.
In an announcement in Shonen Jump’s official website, One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda apologized to his fans as his widely popular manga will be on hiatus for a week due to him being hospitalized.
Local film distributor Encore Films has a knack of bringing in controversial movies that are usually M18 or above. Fortunately, they also bring in Japanese films that cater to the casual otaku crowd, such as Wolf Children and Rurouni Kenshin live action.