Earlier this month in Beijing, a Chinese movie company announced an upcoming feature film called Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman. The CG movie stars robots, a dragon, and Japan’s most famous hero, Ultraman. Make that, a rip-off version of the superhero.
The official Japanese site for the smaller-sized New Nintendo 3DS clearly states that production of the handheld is over.
Because there’s nothing that reminds people of fried chicken more than a slick new smartphone. (And yes, this is real.)
It’s summer. It’s hot. Who the hell wants to go outside? Let’s stay inside and watch some anime.
Anime feature film Godzilla: Kaiju Wakusei (Godzilla: Monster Planet) is slated for a November release in Japan and internationally on Netflix after that. Here is the flick’s debut trailer.
This is Masao Gunji. For the past 35 years, he has been collecting Hello Kitty stuff. He has amused the largest collection of its kind.
So you dream of moving to Japan and making anime. But what’s it really like? Just ask Thomas Romain.
Budget carrier Jetstar unveiled a Spider-Man themed plane in Japan and filled it with Spider-Man cosplayers.
It was only a matter of time, but a company in Fukuoka, Japan is now making samurai armor for pets.
In Japan, currently there is only one model of PlayStation 3: the charcoal black 500GB version. Make that, was.
Twitter user Mohikan noticed that his son made a cardboard Nintendo Switch. “Probably because he wants us to buy it,” Mohikan added. After doing that, Mohikan didn’t just give his son the new Nintendo hardware in its retail packaging. What he did was better.
Hey, did you hear? Hayao Miyazaki has officially come out of retirement to make a new feature film. If you want to work on it, here’s how you can apply!
Namco Bandai announced a new virtual reality experience called Evangelion VR: The Soul Seat.
If you needed any ideas for a Guardians of the Galaxy cosplay, you can always dress as Baby Groot.
Where in the world is Palmer Luckey? He’s at Machi Asobi, an annual anime event held in Tokushima, cosplaying as Quiet.
Did you just arrive in Japan? Oh dear. Bad timing. I’m sure you’ll have fun, but there are better times to visit. Why, you might ask. Because this is Golden Week, when the entire country goes on vacation.
If you’ve ever wondered what a North Korean propaganda clip for arcade gaming looks like, well, it apparently looks like this.
Blade Runner’s blaster already has a number of expensive replicas. This summer, it’s getting a water gun.
Gyung Bae Kwak, an editor at South Korean gaming site Daily Game, is in the hospital after being slashed with a knife after chasing down an alleged attacker. The incident has made the country’s national news.