“Where’s the downloadable content beef?” is a valid question, but overlooks the fact that video games used to be like ham and cheese sandwiches.
Hopefully, the second installment TRIes a little harder in the story department.
For those of you looking for food pr0n, RocketNews24 has a new show for you to watch. We can’t promise you’ll ever be able to get these images out of your head, though…
And here we thought Mortal Kombat was the gory video game.
One mother brought a smile to Japanese netizens’ faces after mixing up Dale from Chip n’ Dale with a famous Hollywood actor.
Two pecks on the cheek, far, far more angry idol otaku.
Can’t choose just one picture for your cosplayer card? Now you can have as many as you want with a new app aimed at reinventing the business card!
Whether the near future or the distant past, Evangelion Units look pretty fearsome in whatever era they appear.
Who will win this epic battle between Johannes Kepler and Demon King Piccolo?
Both the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire would agree that these renditions of our favorite Star Wars characters are the perfect way to welcome 2016.
Mei, the strong-willed four-year-old star of Studio Ghibli’s acclaimed anime film My Neighbor Totoro expresses 15 different emotions in brilliant 3-D renderings.
Japanese and overseas communities react to YouTube disabling U.S. access to content, as Google pressures Japanese labels and rights-holders to sign up for paid service YouTube Red.
Kimya Yui’s photographs are out of this world, in more ways than one!
A retailer in Singapore swung and completely missed with their advertisement that was trying to catch some of the Black Friday shopping buzz.
If you ever thought Eren from Attack on Titan needed a Sailor Moon-esque costume change sequence, your prayers have been answered.
Fairy tales are certainly timeless classics, but I’m sure we’ve all felt that they could have been just a little better had they only featured pugs instead of people.
In a short, short time from now, this awesome Star Wars lantern could be in a room very, very close to you.
What happens when children contribute new entries to dictionaries? Cat ears happen, that’s what! Err, but maybe not the kind we were hoping for…