Arc System Works’ Daisuke Ishiwatari noted that Capcom’s male characters don’t have nipples either. But... Mario has nipples!
I like to think Miyazaki said, “this Harvey Weinstein,” with a little dismissive question mark at the end.
There’s a Holocaust museum in Hiroshima. There is literally no excuse.
Once again we find that freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences. Even though this happened in Japan this reminder is still relevant:
Can you really call it fired when the guy was freelance and his contract was over months ago?
I reported the guy on twitter when the gas chamber tweets started appearing and I’m glad that he got what he deserved (still waiting on twitter to do something though).
Or you take the high speed shots of other skaters out of context and it looks like a bethesda game
Give your tile a Kai-O-Kleaning!
Agreed. One of my favorite games ever.
I freakin’ LOVED Rocket Jockey. If ever a game needed a reboot, that’s the one. The modern multiplayer/streaming landscape is perfectly suited to the game; It’s entertaining as hell to watch. It’s a skill game balanced by “lol, rekt!” sheer chance/luck moments that can act as an equalizer. And it’s the kind of game…
The only thing remaining here is making sure characters’ hair colors are accurate. With SAO there’s a unique opportunity for the characters’ IRL hair to be black (as it so often is in Japan), but for their digital avatars to have all kinds of fancy shmancy hair colors.
Damn, that’s like SUPER progressive for Japan.
I had the privilege of working in London when I was in college, back in 2003. I’d only recently hit legal drinking age (and I was the sort of fuddy-dud who didn’t drink prior to turning 21, apart from one particularly memorable party back in high school), and still associated beer with bars and sit-down restaurants.
This is fucking brilliant. Bravo japanese dude on twitter!
Gaming marathons are not worth it, people!
Well I guess you only need One Piece when doing the deed.
They’re actually just doing the Batman.
I have to say that after spending well over an hour crafting the perfect, withered, Lovecraftian protagonist for Bloodborne, seeing how (at the risk of sounding hyperbolic) last-gen his in-game facial model looked was a bit of a letdown.