Last year, Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII was moonlighting as a Louis Vuitton model. Now in 2017, she’s back with another gig. This time, she’s selling cars in China.
One hundred and thirty feet underground, this dystopian station might looks like a bunker in the Fallout games, but at least the trains aren’t late. After all, it’s in Japan.
Every business has a starting point. For Japanese arcades, one of them was on department store rooftops.
“Itasha” are decal-covered nerdmobiles. One Tokyo garage might be the best place in Japan to spot them.
Today, Nintendo announced a lawsuit against a Tokyo-based kart rental service called MariCar.
I beat he could kick some Prius ass.
The South Korean military has a new program to co-develop fighter planes. To show off the project, a web video was created with tax payers’ money. Oh, and unauthorized video game footage.
On March 5, 2017, the giant Gundam statue in Tokyo’s Odaiba will be no more. So there’s still time to see it, but not much.
This is a special Final Fantasy XV Audi R8. It’s a real car you can drive, one of a kind, and going on sale in Japan.
Footage has surfaced of a bus driver in Japan appearing to play Pokémon Go while he is driving. The clip is rather unsettling.
Just in time for Halloween, a Fukuoka taxi company called Lucky Taxi is rolling out a pair of frightening cabs. Best part? They have zombie drivers in zombie make up.
At around 7am this past Sunday morning, a 33-year-old man drove a car into the first floor of PC and mobile game company Nexon.
If you are strolling through Terminal 3, you might notice something. A giant rebel fighter.
Kunio Okawara is one of Japan’s most famous mecha designers. For years, he’s created iconic machines for Gundam anime. Now, he’s turning his talents to designing an electric car.
Just when you think Japanese TV has settled down, it goes and pulls a stunt like this.
So, you’re going to Japan, huh? Fantastic. You might have some questions. Hopefully, I’ll have some answers.
This is The Autobots. It’s due out next month in Chinese theaters. The Autobots, eh? But it’s not just the title that seems familiar...