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PlayStation 5 is already sold out in Japan

In a few days the new generation of consoles will be officially available. For those who have not booked, however, it could be very difficult to find PlayStation 5 in stores. Sony has indeed announced that even in Japan, ...

Sega has sold its arcade division. What will happen now?

Sega sold its arcade division due to heavy losses caused by Covid-19. What future for these arcades? The videogame giant Sega has decided to rely on external acquiresti to entrust the ...

Xbox Series X is sold out in Japan

Xbox Series X sold out in Japanese stores within minutes. As reported by Xbox News in a tweet, the next-gen console from Microsoft has seen all its stocks pre-ordered on the ...

Katamari Damacy Reroll coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

After the surprising porting in High Definition on Nintendo Switch and PC, Katamari Damacy Reroll is preparing to land also on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. At the moment the announcement foresees the launch on Japanese soil ...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons in Japan becomes the third best-selling game ever

Animal Crossing: New Horizons shows no signs of stopping its run for success. In Japan, it became the third best-selling game ever. With over 7.150.000 copies sold in Japanese territory, the new chapter ...

Nintendo reveals the age and average salary of its employees

Nintendo is certainly one of the most prosperous Japanese companies. The company that boasts the authorship of Mario, Zelda and Pokémon was, until a few weeks ago, the richest team on Earth in ...
Mikado

Mikado, the Tokyo arcade saved by fans

The arcades in Italy have now been almost extinct for more than a decade. The increasingly advanced and cheap consoles have started work and the internet has given the coup de grace. But...
Animal Crossing Smartworking

Smartworking: in Japan we work on Animal Crossing

These days millions of people are forced to stay at home, and only a percentage of them can afford to work without problems through the Smartworking platforms, but work in this way ...
Final FAntasy VII PlayStation 4 Bundle

Final Fantasy VII, PlayStation 4 bundles announced in Japan

Square Enix focuses strongly on Final Fantasy VII Remake, which will be one of the flagship titles of the PlayStation 4 catalog for the entire current year. News arrives from the Rising Sun regarding some editions ...
Super Nintendo World Universal Studios PDV

Super Nintendo World, lots of information and a music video for the amusement park of ...

In these hours Nintendo has released the first official information and a music video to present the Super Nintendo World.

Weathering With You: Shinkai's film at the top of the Japanese box office

The Cinema Today website has revealed the takings of the top ten Japanese family films of this 2019. Interesting to note that in the ranking there are six anime and two manga-based live-action ....
Evangelion

Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.0, the new Anime movie arrives in Japan in June

Evangelion fans get closer, you should know that the next chapter of the film tetralogy is about to hit theaters. That's right, the new film in the Evangelion saga is set to be released on June 27, 2020 ...
RESIDENT EVIL 7

Resident Evil 7 will have a prequel, but it's not how we imagine it

Capcom has announced a prequel for Resident Evil 7, but this will be exclusive to a Japanese and virtual reality game room.
Geodude

Geodude becomes ambassador of tourism in Japan

Iwate prefecture in Japan named the first-generation rock-type Pokémon, Geodude, tourism ambassador.

The Legend of Zelda, an old Japanese magazine thought Link was a woman

An old Japanese magazine, at the release of the first The Legend of Zelda, had depicted Link as a girl, anticipating Linkle.

Resident Evil 2 Remake, the demo has been censored in Japan

The Resident Evil 2 Remake demo has some differences between the American and Japanese versions, with some complaints in the version of the Rising Sun.

Takaya Imamura: “F-Zero isn't dead, but he's missing a big ...

Contrary to what many Nintendo fans might think, the F-Zero series is not dead, despite its absence in the gaming landscape since 2003 with the F-Zero GX ...

Square Enix denies rumors about its sale

In the last few hours, a report by the Bloomberg Japan newspaper has created a lot of noise among the gamer community, especially inside ...

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