When you think of typical Yu-Gi-Oh! playmats, you think of actual mats. This is hardly your typical setup.
This is Enako. As Kotaku previously reported, she’s making some serious cash as a cosplayer. She’s also drawing massive crowds.
For the past few years, YouTuber Rihito Ue has been creating stop-motion clips. They are great.
There are plans to open a VR-based massage shop called Toranoana VR Relaxation in Tokyo’s Akihabara. Customers don VR headsets as they get foot rubs from virtual anime girls.
Just as manga characters change and evolve, anime characters do the same. Maybe it’s because artistic styles come in and out of fashion or due to the visions of different studios or directors. Whatever the reason, they change.
To promote the upcoming anime movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly, several statues are being exhibited at DiverCity Tokyo Plaza in Japan. The Frieza one talks.
It’s one thing for a gaming pro’s parents to know about the game their offspring play, but quite another thing for granny to also be well versed.
Every summer, Yokohama is overrun by people wearing Pikachu costumes. In year’s past, they’ve marched and danced. They did that this year. But that’s not all.
This weekend, Comic Market wrapped up in Japan. Besides self-produced manga and art, Comiket is famous for all the cosplayers it attracts. This year’s summer event did not disappoint.
Track: Anarchy In The UK (Live) | Artist: The Sex Pistols | Album: Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols
Taiwanese feng shui master Chen San-yuan sure likes Pokémon Go. He has nine phones affixed to his bicycle and another two he’s carrying around for catching Pokémon around Taipei.
Capcom is releasing a Lexington typewriter-style keyboard. It costs 75,000 yen ($675) plus tax.
Nintendo Switch Online is slated to launch in the second part of September, Nintendo has announced. For more, check the official site.