Now that we’ve finished celebi-ting the third month of the year-long celebration of 20 years of Pokémon, it’s time to kick back, relax and maybe sleep for a thousand years. Jirachi month is chill, yo.
Time’s almost up for the second Mythical Pokémon in this year’s monthly celebration of two decades of pocket monsters. As collector fever begins to ramp up, we say goodbye to the toys of Pokémon #251.
So Pokémon wasn’t a thing in North America until I was 25—the point still stands. Younger me could have learned a lot from Battle Moves Pikachu.
Disney's annual Japanese Expo is in full swing, and now that the giant owns Marvel and Star Wars, it means we get to see a snifter of some of merchandise for the two properties created by Japanese companies. Come see Hot Toys' Star Wars figures, A Hulkbuster figure and more, oh my!
Japanese toy line Tomy Tec is releasing a series of train station benches. Boring, you say! Well, just look at all the possible figure hilarity these plastic seats make possible.
Sure, I could bang on about Caveman, a tabletop electronic game released by Tomy, and how it had a rad soundtrack and some terrific box art.
The publisher known for bringing quirky Japanese titles stateside is getting into the Naruto business this fall, with two new Naruto Shippuden games coming to the Nintendo Wii and DS this November courtesy of Atlus.
If you recognize this thumb ring, then you should probably preorder Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 from your local GameStop.
Tomy takes us through some of the multifarious ways you can dress up your adorable anime golfers in the upcoming Pangya: Fantasy Golf for the PlayStation Portable.
The latest screens for the PSP version of Pangya: Fantasy Golf demonstrates how golf is a game for everyone, from goth girls to dragons to giant pandas.
A fresh round of adorable fantasy golf is hitting Sony's handheld this summer, as Tomy announces a North American release for Pangya: Fantasy Golf for the PlayStation Portable.