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LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE GENKI GEAR Q&A NEO interviewed Lydia English of Genki Gear to find out more about the company’s decade in the design business!
ASIAN FILM // NEWS ROARING CURRENTS Choi Min-sik is all at sea in Kim Han-min’s historical action adventure Roaring Currents.
GAMES // REVIEW MARIO PARTY 10 The first HD outing in the long-running virtual board game series offers three main modes this time round.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW RASHOMON Given that Rashomon was made in Japan’s immediate postwar climate, one could argue that Kurosawa’s story is symbolic of his country’s own contemporary crimes.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW HARLOCK: SPACE PIRATE The movie is a CGI reboot of the ‘70s manga and anime Space Pirate Captain Harlock, and it definitely trades on its phenomenal updated visuals and striking visual flair.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW TIGER & BUNNY: THE RISING Following on from the events of the acclaimed first series, Tiger & Bunny: The Rising sees the titular double act lying firmly at the bottom of the heap.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW SERAPH OF THE END VOL. 1 After a series of presumably incredibly unfortunate events, humanity has been forced underground by an apocalyptic virus which kills everyone over the age of 13.
GAMES // REVIEW HAKUOKI Now, All The Anime take a break from anime distribution to bring us a smartphone version of the otome game Hakuoki, which is available in both a standard and premium edition.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW YU-GI-OH! SEASON 2 The King of Games is back for his second clash of cards – and this time the stakes are higher than ever before.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW THE KING OF FISTS AND DOLLARS Finally brought back to UK shelves, albeit in a rough-looking print, this mandarin-language favourite has aged remarkably well and is plenty of fun.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW FUKU-CHAN OF FUKUFUKU FLATS Fuku-Chan is the latest outing from Yosuke Fujita, the director of Quirky Guys And Gals and Fine, Totally Fine
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW GATCHAMAN CROWDS The first point to accept about Gatchaman Crowds is that it bears little relation to the original 1970s Gatchaman series (re-edited as Battle Of The Planets in the west).
GAMES // REVIEW XENOBLADE CHRONICLES 3D Xenoblade Chronicles follows the tale of Shulk and his powerful sword, the Monado, which grants him the ability to see visions of the future.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW LOG HORIZON PART 1 An avid player of the Elder Tales MMORPG, Shiro is excited to explore the features of a new expansion pack called Novasphere
LIFESTYLE // NEWS JAPAN EXPO JULY 2-5 2015! Japan Expo is THE place to be for all fans of Japan and its culture, from manga to martial arts, from video games to folk culture, from J-music to traditional music.
ANIME & MANGA // NEWS MISS HOKUSAI Few artists have produced works as emblematic of Japan as Katsushika Hokusai, the woodblock print artist who created the iconic The Great Wave Of Kanagawa.
LIFESTYLE // ARTICLE MANGAGAMER Q&A We speak to John Pickett, Head Translator and Marketing Manager of Manga Gamer, a company dedicated to bringing visual novels to the western market.
LIFESTYLE // NEWS FINAL SYMPHONY Final Symphony, a new album compiling themes from Final Fantasy VI, VII and X performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, is available to download from iTunes.
ASIAN FILM // REVIEW RIGOR MORTIS Remember Mr. Vampire? If not, then you really need to rush out and buy it on DVD. Go on. This review will be waiting for you when you return…
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW MARIA THE VIRGIN WITCH Combining sexy demons, devout Catholics, do-gooder witches and a God with a laissez-faire attitude, Maria The Virgin Witch is medieval Europe as only Japan could possibly imagine it.
GAMES // NEWS WEIß SCHWARZ LOVE LIVE! TRIAL DECK AND BOOSTERS Good news for Love Live! fans, as Weiß Schwarz will be releasing a new booster pack to accompany last year’s Weiß Schwarz Love Live! Trial Deck and Boosters!
GAMES // REVIEW DRAGON QUEST V: HAND OF THE HEAVENLY BRIDE In 1992, Enix had the daunting task of following up one of the finest JRPGs of its time; Dragon Quest IV.
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ANIME & MANGA // ARTICLE MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM: THE 08TH MS TEAM The date: 0079 Universal Century. The location: Southeast Asia. The mission: halt the Principality of Zeon's search for resources in the area. The orders: use any means necessary.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW YAMADA-KUN & THE SEVEN WITCHES 1 Everyone loves a good body-swap story, and Yamada-Kun & The Seven Witches carries on the tradition of gender-bending from Ranma 1/2 and mixes it with a Freaky Friday swaparoo.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW KOIMONOGATARI The six episodes of Koimonogatari wrap up the second season of the Monogatari franchise.
ANIME & MANGA // REVIEW ONIMONGATARI Koyomi Araragi specialises in coming to the aid of girls who have been cursed by apparitions or who have become entangled with the supernatural.
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