My busy weekend impairing my plans for my third day of Comiket 90 last Sunday. The original intention was to go there and write an article about it, but then realise the sites I write for actually wants news—like when I reported in French about whether or not Comiket will happen during the Olympics of 2020—not just photos of cosplayers.… Continue reading “Short visit at Comiket 90”
What’s better than playing Super Mario Maker? Playing Super Mario Maker while having an orchestra perform the soundtrack for you, of course!
In a cute attempt of recreating the experience of playing the Wii U game in a living room, if your living room happened to have a giant projector screen and a stage dedicated to musicians and a concertmaster, L’Orchestre de Jeux Vidéo (Orchestra of Video Games) in Montreal, or OJV for short, accompanied a gamer playing one of the levels by GiantBomb.… Continue reading “Playing Super Mario Maker with a live orchestra”
Why wait for the NES Classic Edition by Nintendo to have that old 8-bit console replica in your living room?
Daft Mike is an electronics geek and loves retro games. He wasn’t going to sit around for the release of the official mini NES on November 11!… Continue reading “NESPi: the DIY mini NES”
The Garden of Words (Koto no Ha no Niwa, 2013) is an anime masterpiece with remarkable realistic visuals. The trailer will show you how rich and artistic the movie is and you’ll be begging to watch the entire movie:
The story takes place in the Meiji Jingu Gaien, or in other words, the outer precinct of the Meiji Shrine.… Continue reading “Realistic visuals of Tokyo in “The Garden of Words” resurface”
A few months ago, I joined American expat Carl Kay in Japan as Web director and fanatic of Japanese popular culture in building TOKYO WAY. The new service offers people visiting Tokyo to experience the area in unique ways matching their hobbies and interests with local experts.… Continue reading “Visit to Akihabara with Patrick and TOKYO WAY”