Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

All Systems Go | TOKYO, JAPAN: Fighters Uncaged launches in Japan. (Photo: Game Impress Watch)


Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

Japan's Oldest (And Most Famous) Hardcore Dragon Quest Player Actress Keiko Awaji is proof of two things: video games have no age limit and even pretty ladies get old.



Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

Guild Wars 2 , Your Art is Simply Beautiful I usually don't play MMOs. Never played Guild Wars, may never play its upcoming sequel either. But boy, I could look at this concept art for Guild Wars 2 all day long.



Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

Master Craftsmanship Comes to the Mass Effect Universe Were this a 3D render of Mass Effect 2's Thane, it would be impressive. Thing is, it's not. This is a tangible, old-fashioned sculpture. Get a load of the detail!



Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

Rockstar Says Your PS3s Are Overheating Because of Firmware Ever since Sony released firmware update 3.61 for the PS3, there have been a few reports of older consoles—like, say, my launch 60GB model—overheating. Dying a death. A lot of those deaths have occurred while playing LA Noire, but that's apparently not LA Noire's fault.



Famous Japanese Comedians Uncaged (How Many Can You Name?)

Nintendo Might be Taking This Whole Anti-Piracy Thing a Little Far Nintendo takes the fight against piracy seriously. How serious? Serious enough to really mess up this guy's day.



Mrs. Bashcraft and Micro-Bash went to a "New York Fair" at Hankyu Department Store in Osaka's Umeda. Apaprently, they were charging like 600 yen (US$7.30) for hotdogs. Needless to say, she didn't buy one. –Brian Ashcraft

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