Today in Things I Never Thought Were Actually Possible, Bandai Namco producer Katsuhiro Harada proposed to fans that maybe, just maybe, a Xenosaga HD Collection could happen.
Of all the Gathering statues from e2406.com I've reviewed, I was most looking forward to their gorgeous 20-inch rendition of Xenosaga's T-elos. Some role-players prefer Kos-Mos, but my heart was always with this dark-and-deadly Mary Magdalene cyborg. In the game she nearly took down the entire party all by her…
Besides mecha anime, video games also feature some of the most awesomely-designed armoured fighting vehicles. Japanese games—mostly shooters—tend to dominate this field (sorry MechWarrior), so narrowing down our selection to Japenese mecha was an obvious decision from the beginning.
Cyborgs in fiction are always associated with free will, morality, the importance of being human or the limits of the human body.
Game designer Tetsuya Takahashi and his team at Monolith Soft are working on a totally new title for the Wii U.
You've seen one Xenosaga action figure, you've seen 'em all, right? Well, sort of, since they're always of KOS-MOS, but this one's new!
Couldn't scrape together $550 for that sweet KOS-MOS statue, Xenosaga fans? Maybe this $50 figure is more to your liking.
Epic sci-fi series Xenosaga inspires devotion in its die-hard fans, and KOS-MOS is a Xenosaga character that inspires devotion in their...hearts. Here's a new KOS-MOS figure. But be warned. She is expensive.
Recently released in Japan, Namco Bandai's Tales of Hearts for the Nintendo DS features a slew of support-character cameos, including everyone's favorite gnosis killing machine, KOS-MOS.