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There's A Live-Action Attack On Titan TV Miniseries. It Sucks.

I don’t know why I expected otherwise. As part of the live-action adaptation of the immensely popular people vs. giants series, Attack on Titan, there is a three-part TV mini-series currently available in Japan on demand.


Dogs Get Official Attack On Titan Costumes

Pet cosplay is a thing. Case in point? These Attack on Titan outfits for dogs.


Real-Life Princess Mononoke.

Real-Life Princess Mononoke. Yakushima, Japan. By Romell Roberts.


Blow-Up Dolls Make VR Sex Worse

Don’t worry. This gentleman is fully dressed, and he isn’t actually making love to this blow-up doll. Oh good.


Metal Gear Solid Weddings Are Both Romantic And Sneaky

If you are looking for a special theme for your wedding, how about Metal Gear Solid cardboard boxes like in this PlayStation ad?


You Can Buy Boobs For Cosplay

Anime and video game characters often have unrealistic proportions. But you shouldn’t let that prevent you from cosplaying as your favourite characters.


So, I Fought The Boss With A Trillion Hit Points

I’ll admit, when I first heard the concept of a game where you fight a boss with a trillion hit points, I expected a fun tactical game with cutesy anime girls. What I didn’t expect was an emotional fist to the gut.


How Japan Censors Until Dawn's Most Disgusting Moment

If you don’t play your cards right, lots of people can die in Until Dawn. One such gory finish has been censored in Japan. But rather than modify the game (or death) in any way, the screen just cuts to black while all the nastiness goes down.


Square Enix And SNK Playmore Drop Their Lawsuits Against Each Other

I guess we can all be friends now. It started with a copyright infringement allegation — Square Enix published manga, High Score Girl, was using characters owned by SNK Playmore without permission.


The New Lupin The Third Anime Series Looks Terrific

For the first time in thirty years, there’s a new Lupin the Third animated television series. So far, the show certainly seems promising.


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