The Time I Saw a Car Explode

Explosion | HYOGO, JAPAN: Thankfully, nobody was hurt. Account of what happened below. (Photo: Brian Ashcraft)


The Time I Saw a Car Explode

I'm So, So Sorry, Okami Fans I normally try and keep this cosplay roundup free of furries. Because, well, I'm slightly afraid of them. But there were two instances this week that were simply too good to pass up sharing.



The Time I Saw a Car Explode

This "Console" is The Bastard Son of an Xbox 360 and a PS3 This is "Arcade Game Box", model no. Nj-3802. While it may look like an unholy union of an Xbox 360 console and PlayStation 3 controllers, the truth is even stranger.



The Time I Saw a Car Explode

The World's First True Shooting Game While Nintendo was a pioneer of video game light guns, first for its elaborate shooting parlours and then its Zapper for the NES, it didn't create the first home version of the technology.



The Time I Saw a Car Explode

Popularity as Judged Through Edgy Porn and Fake Goods Earlier this year, anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica took Japan's otakudom by storm. Now that the series has finished, it's time for the vultures to swoop in and make a profit.



The Time I Saw a Car Explode

Nintendo, Americans Are Pissed Off You're Not Giving Them RPGs Xenoblade Chronicles is a Wii RPG that's been out in Japan since 2010. It'll be out in Europe in September. With no firm release date yet set for America, though, Yankee RPG fans have taken it upon themselves to convince Nintendo to take action.



Read what happened with the exploding car: First part here, second here, third here, fourth here, fifth here, sixth here, and seventh here. The end! –Brian Ashcraft

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