For decades, Takahashi Meijin was one of the most iconic faces of Japanese gaming. Not only did he star in his own games, he also was able to fire 16 shots per second in shooting game Star Soldier. But back in spring 2011, he decided to hang up his controller and call it a day. So what's he up to now? Nothing but good…
Hudson Soft human mascot Takahashi Meijin is leaving Hudson. His gaming nickname might be staying put.
After one of Japan's most beloved gaming mascots Takahashi Meijin revealed that he was leaving Hudson Soft, 23-year-old pin-up model Haruna Anno took to Twitter and her blog. She knew that he was leaving beforehand and talked to Takahashi about his decision, revealing that the conversation made her weep. But there's…
For nearly 30 years, Hudson's human mascot has been Takahashi Meijin, who rose to prominence during the company's heyday. Today, he revealed he's leaving the company.
I don't use "button masher" as a cheap label for an antiquated genre. I use it in the most literal sense, because this is an iPhone port of Hudson's famous Shooting Watches.
Just ask game developer Hudson's human mascot Takahashi Meijin. In his prime, he could press a controller button 16 times in a second, earning him the nickname "16 shot."
Hey, it's Hudson icon, Takahashi Meijin! Otherwise known as Master Higgins. Dude's in the US at the moment on a promo tour for Hudsons's
Deca Sports, and yesterday sat in on a big roundtable interview. Most of the stuff discussed you can live without, but for these: Meijin confirms that a new…