Posts Tagged ‘japan’

Click On Me, Senpai!

by Maggie Wilandon October 25, 2016
  A few years ago, I started getting into visual novels. Being someone who’s enjoyed reading my whole life (I know; a woman, reading?! What will they let us do next? Vote?! Operate them fancy motor vehicles?! The possibilities are endless!) it just seemed like the obvious move to combine both reading and video games […]

Pax South 2016 Japanese The Game Interview

by killatiaon February 11, 2016
How would you like to learn the Japanese language by touching the word with your hands? This unique card games has your back on this one! Get your deck at this site: Youtube Channel: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website:

Nintendo 64DD Keyboard + All Randnet Hardware / Software

by hard4gameson May 7, 2015
The N64 had internet access?!? Hard4Games completes their review of ALL the Nintendo 64DD hardware and software with the N64 keyboard. The Nintendo 64 Disk Drive keyboard was made specifically with the Randnet internet service in mind.  Randnet was a basic internet browsing and messaging service for the Nintendo 64DD.  The keyboard is unfortunately not […]

How to skip the first three bosses in Bloodborne

by Tyler Colpon March 28, 2015
It’s been four days since Bloodborne’s official release and there’s already people digging away at it, looking for ways to break it. There’s a way to skip the first three bosses in the game with a few tricky jumps. If you’re wary of spoilers, stop now. This trick will skip Cleric Beast, Father Gascoigne, and Vicar Amelia, […]

Buffers Evolution Review – WonderSwan Games for English Speakers

by hard4gameson March 3, 2015
Combine Sonic and Metroid and you get Buffers Evolution for the WonderSwan! In this series we’re looking at gems for the WonderSwan that fulfill 3 requirements: Can you play/understand it as an English speaker? Is it fun? Is it worth the price? Check out H4G on the Web!

2016’s Assassin’s Creed Could Be Set in Japan

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon January 28, 2015
A lot of Assassin’s Creed‘s fans wish to play a title settled in Feudal Japan, but their wish wasn’t granted. However, in 2016 there a chances to play such a game if we follow some clues planted in the Piggyback Assassin’s Creed: Unity: Official Guidebook, 2013’s Official Piggyback guide for Black Flag, The Art of Assassin’s […]

Limited Edition Bloodborne PS4 Bundles Announced

by Robert Craciunon January 22, 2015
Sony has announced that the upcoming Bloodboure will come bundled up with a PS4 console, available in black or white. This deal though, is only available in Japan. The two bundles will cost 47,480 yen (about $403) plus taxes each, and will include a 500 GB PS4  in either black or white, with a laser etched HDD […]

Microsoft Announces a Price Cut for Xbox 360 in Japan

by Dragos Dobreon December 1, 2014
Microsoft’s platforms have never been popular in Japan, with more than terrible performance from both Xbox 360 and Xbox One. To follow up with their season of discounts, Microsoft has prepared a surprise for those who are still interesting in buying a Xbox 360 in Japan. The Slim 250 GB HDD Xbox 360 console is […]

Xbox One Japanese Owners to Receive Six Free Months of Xbox Live Gold

by Dragos Dobreon September 4, 2014
Microsoft’s Xbox One is now available in Japan, but nobody seems to be picking it up. To attract more customers, the company has decided to give away free six months codes for Xbox Live Gold membership for everyone who buys their console from Japan. However, for anyone to qualify, there’s some pretty straightforward requirements: the console […]

Nintendo Reveals New 3DS XL and 3DS Consoles

by Dragos Dobreon August 29, 2014
Nintendo’s portable consoles will get a refresh after three years since they are available on the market. Both standard 3DS and 3DS XL will now feature colored buttons, and new ZR and LR buttons. The camera can now also be controller using the nub situated above the face colored buttons, and both the stylus and […]

Atlus’s rebirth includes a new logo

by Charlie Grammeron April 1, 2014
Some readers may recall that Atlus, as the corporate entity, was going to be going through a rebirth of sorts on April 1, 2014. Today it appears that part of this rebirth is a new, simpler logo, which you can see above (as well as the original/older logo for comparison). Because today is April Fools’, […]