Tag: Japan

Ore, Twintail ni Narimasu!

That one line is pretty much the entire show.

They actually made a show about how having twintails can give you super powers. The main character is a guy who you could quite literally bribe into doing anything for pictures of cute girls with twintails, and would definitely become a slave to pretty much anyone who would let him play with their twintails. He saves girls with twintails from having their love of twintails, or “twintail attribute,” stolen by an alien race who seem to want to use it as some kind of power source for something. How does he save them? This is a picture of him. He transforms into a young girl with massive twintails wearing armour…


Anime, Manga and Japan’s Efforts to Curb Piracy

As you may know, the Japanese government recently released a  list of nearly 600 pirate sites that are going after. Simultaneously, they are launching a new network- and production-independent site for legally providing anime and manga to the rest of the world. This will add the slowly-increasing count of legal sites like Crunchyroll and Daisuki, as well as the likes of Hulu and Netflix who have some anime content. The way I, myself, got into anime originally is without a doubt staying up late as a child to watch Dragon Ball Z, Cowboy Bebop and Outlaw Star back when we had Sky TV. But such legal offerings are still few…


Humble Weekly Bundle: Japan Edition!

https://www.humblebundle.com/weekly

Time is running for you to get your hands on 7* DRM-free** Japanese games! Bullet hell? Check! JRPG? Check! Uhhh, what else… Apartment manager simulator with monsters? Check! Buying them separately at full RRP would cost around $67, so this is a scorching deal!

 

 

* 3 games for any donation, unlock another 3 at $6 and the final game unlocks at $10.
** All games are available DRM-free for Windows with select titles available for Mac and Linux. Pay $1 or more to gain access to these games on Steam for select platforms. Obviously, check the proper system requirements before purchasing to avoid potential disappointment.