Starting October 1 in Japan, everybody’s favorite master thief Lupin the Third returns to the small screen for his first TV series in 30 years! Check out the promo video for the new Lupin III series below.
Watch the video below for some great Summer anime for 2015. Enjoy! Source: Top Anime You Tube Channel
Apparently the Street Fighter V Beta is back up and running (thanks for the tip Siliconera!), which means my head is full of excitement once again. Hopefully it won’t involve a re-download of the game and all it will require is a patch as I have Australian Internet, which is generally terrible and results in […]
As promised – please find a Trailer to the upcoming Metal Gear Solid short film – Sleeping with the Enemy. I think we are in for another cracker! Looks like the lads at Fury Fingers have added in a lot more action flavour to this one! Check out the video below: Source: Fury Fingers
Check out this hilarious take on the Metal Gear Solid series by the attractive lads at Fury Fingers. The story follows Solid Snake using his evasive box hiding technique – the perfect hiding place for any highly trained special ops soldier. The lads are currently working on a short MGS film sequel/prequel – We will […]
Nintendo Australia have announced the impending arrival of the giant Mega Yarn Yoshi to their money-printing lineup of Amiibo NFC Toys.
Pokkén Tournament, Bandai Namco’s mashing of fighting mechanics and Pokemon, has finally been announced for WiiU after months of everyone figuring this was going to happen – it’s 2015, and funneling development resources on something like Pokkén without a home release always seemed unlikely. This is especially true for a platform like the WiiU which […]
Giovanni’s Island is a breathtaking film by Production I.G. It tackles true events of World War II in 1945 through the innocence of a child’s eyes. The film was presented by the Japan Association of Music Enterprises (JAME) to celebrate it’s 50th anniversary. Nishikubo Mizuho & Oshii Mamoru’s (Ghost in the Shell & Patlabor) long time […]
Ever wondered what it would be like to play a Studio Ghibli anime on the NES? Well, the wonderful people over at CineFix have done just that. With stunning visuals of important scenes, plus incorporating midi versions of their major scores in the movie, this in an 8bit remake I would happily sit through the entirety of. […]
The Famicom Disk System is an interesting beast. As it was never released outside of Japan it’s had an air of intrigue around it, but from a practical perspective it’s not the most convenient way to play console games since it eschews the benefits of ROM-based carts. On the other hand, they were super cheap […]