Tag Archives: Japan

New 3DS Super Famicom

New 3DS Announced And It Blows The Current Line Up Away

Nintendo takes it back to the old school with these new 3DS designs.

The 3DS has enjoyed immense success with a very basic package. The 3DS platform has had the same control scheme pretty much since its inception with the original DS fat. But today Nintendo changed the game during their Nintendo Direct showcase.

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Square Enix Wants Your Lunch Money

Back to school usually means book covers, marble notebooks, pencils, and a lingering feeling of dread. 

Fear not, for Square Enix is here to soften the blow with some stellar deals on some of their biggest titles. It’s a stacking deal, 20% off for one qualifying item 30% for two and 50% for three items. Continue reading


Retrofit: Dennou Coil

A look at what was missed.

So everyone knows their anime, right? I mean, we all know at least a couple in this day and age through conversation or television. Have we missed some gems over the years though? I want to make it my goal to help you guys find some here and there. This will be done through an aptly titled regular series called “Retrofit”. Continue reading


Denpa Men Invading The Airwaves No Signal Is Safe

Wonka-Vison meets Teletubbies? Keep reading to find out more.

Genius Sonority Co., Ltd has announced that The Denpa Men have escaped and are now wreaking havoc all around us. Only those with 3DS cameras can see them as they go out and perform their nefarious deeds.

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Senran Kagura

Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus Coming To Vita In Fall

School is back in session.

Xseed Games has announced a digital, and limited physical run of Senran Kagura Shinovi; a beat em’ up loaded with all the high flying, combo laden, fan service one could ever ask for.

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Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress Premium Edition Out Now

Adventures from the age of the shogunate, with a canine twist.

Fusé: Memoirs of a Huntress is a new film from NIS America. The story follows Hamaji, as she travels across Feudal Japan. She arrives in Edo (formerly Tokyo, and the seat of power of the Tokugawa Shogunate).

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