Mitsubishi says it’s coming close to perfecting the kind of floating “hologram” images seen in sci-fi films—and it hopes to introduce the “Aerial Display” technology in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A Japanese startup is working with Bandai Namco to rework the classic arcade game into an immersive virtual reality experience—using a touch-control VR headset that will cost under US$20.
Physics continue to get weird in Capcom’s latest fighting video game.
After inadvertently causing a stir at last year’s E3, Capcom assured players that Chun-Li’s freakishly bouncy breasts were merely the result of a bug that would be fixed for the game’s release…
Just make sure no one steals your ecstasy collection!
Japanese manga fans look back fondly at some of the legendary giants in the field.
Beautiful blogger and food aficionado Yuki is back with a recipe that both looks and tastes out of this world.
There are no reference photos and no sketches; just an artist, a pen and his beautiful mind.
A reasonable complaint, or unreasonable parent? The internet weighs in.
The recipe calls for meticulously sticking dry noodles into numerous mushroom stalks. Uppercutting the entire dish into the atmosphere out of sheer frustration at the difficulty of that step is, we presume, optional.
If you’re planning to buy Hyrule Warriors Legends, watch this video to see if you prefer the Wii U, the “old” 3DS, or the New 3DS version.
The creator of Flappy Bird is apparently working with Japanese studio Obakaidem to produce several titles, including a “ninja game.”
Nintendo says a scene contained in the Japanese release of Fire Emblem Fates, which could be construed as advocating “gay conversion therapy,” will not appear in the English release.
Studio Ghibli fan and Part-time artist Hannah Alexander created this dazzling Art Nouveau version of Princess Mononoke from Hayao Miyazaki’s classic animated film.
We thought Sanji was like Prince, Usher or Madonna. Turns out we were wrong.
It seems controversy over the new National Stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics isn’t over yet.
The pet wearables venture company, Anicall, promises a new device and accompanying smartphone app that can read your pet’s emotions.