Track: Where The Streets Have No Name | Artist: U2 | Album: The Joshua Tree
There might be apartments that are smaller. There might be apartments that are dirtier or are in worse neighborhoods. But this is one bad Tokyo apartment.
Good news for Nintendo! Switch sales nearly doubled in Japan during the last sales week, when compared to the previous week’s.
Battlegrounds producer Chang-han Kim reportedly told Inven, “There is something called ‘Game Preview’ on Xbox One. It’s like Early Access for Xbox. We have the game running on that and are in process of polishing it. For the release, we’ll both release it on PlayStation and Xbox.”
Kyoto Imperial Palace. Kyoto, Japan. By Timothy Shill.
Track: Look Inside America | Artist: Blur | Album: Blur
Gotta love the creativity of kids! Twitter user Ama-chan’s kid brother made this cardboard Nintendo Switch because their mother wouldn’t buy the real deal.
That’s the point! Welcome to the world of Sukima Nurse, a stock photo site for those with very specific stock photo needs.
Hope you don’t mind feeling pukey! I know I do.
Track: Drivin’ on 9 | Artist: The Breeders | Album: Last Splash
Atsushi Morita, the head of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia, wants you to going to keep focusing on the Vita. Thank Minecraft for that!
Romancing SaGa 3 is coming to the iOS, Android, and PS Vita in Japan. The game originally came out 1995, and the release date for this remastered version is TBA. No word about an international release, either.
Good news! Square Enix has announced that it is no longer limiting the MMORPG’s free trial to fourteen days.
Track: Ki Toki To - Yonhon Ashi no Odori | Artist: Masakatsu Takagi | Album: Wolf Children Original Soundtrack
Here’s our first look at Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2! That’s right, the crossover between Etrian Odyssey and Mystery Dungeon is getting a sequel. It’ll be out August 31 on the 3DS in Japan. No word yet about an international release.
As previewed at the end of the last Dragon Ball Super episode, this latest one was about Bulma and her new baby. If you haven’t seen it yet, don’t continue!
Here’s your first look at the new Inazuma Eleven anime. Titled Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenpin, it’s the latest entry in Level-5's soccer series. The show will be broadcasting this October in Japan.
Writer Daisuke Sato died on March 22 from coronary artery disease. He was 52.