There's a new Saint Seiya movie. And a new movie means a new movie poster. Well, two new movie posters, one of which apparently keeps getting swiped.
Toei Animation, the Japanese animation powerhouse behind some of our (and hopefully your) favourite animations, has started to investigate and send out cease and desist notices to Chinese companies for copyright infringement.
Pacific Rim is a smash hit in China. People love it, even if the subtitles are iffy.
This here is Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers. The game will cover three story arcs from Masami Kurumada's original Saint Seiya manga while also featuring over fifty playable characters. Bonus points if you can actually tell what's going on in that trailer (I couldn't). Brave Soldiers is coming to the PS3 in November.
What, is it made of gold? Damn right it is. Pure gold.
Chinese gamer and Saint Seiya superfan, Le Shui (not his real name), recently finished one of his life's goals, to travel like the Saints in Saint Seiya to the Sanctuary of Saints in Greece. However unlike normal fans who traverse to the ancient temple in Greece, Le Shui bought with him a piece of swag from the recent…
As in the past, this year's China Joy gaming expo in Shanghai saw regulations to crack down on skimpy outfits. Apparently, Li Ling either didn't get the memo or she ripped it up entirely.
Sometimes you just get fed up. You think there are no good guys out there. And all you're left doing is wearing shiny armor and holding a sign, because, well, you're looking for a boyfriend.