The new Persona 5 trailer is out and it looks like it will be set in Tokyo. I’m so happy, this game will be huge!
What makes Japan’s mobile industry so much stronger?
Many might consider Japan to be the birthplace of the video game industry. Home to the largest names in game development, the country continues to serve as a hub for all things gaming, with some of the longest-running gaming conventions being held in the country. The Japanese gamer does not discriminate between genres, but lately, we’ve seen a shift towards mobile games in the country.
I just recently got the collector’s edition of Bravely Default. A 3DS game developed by square enix, the same company that own the Final Fantasy franchise. This game could acutally be called Final Fantasy, because that what it is. It the same kind of plot, characters and class/jobs from the famous serie. I’m 20 or so hours in, and I’m having a blast, the combat system is solid and there is no tidious or boring section so far. I think the collector’s edition is sold out pretty much everywhere, but I strongly recommend picking this game up if you have a 3DS.
This image was shot with a Canon 7D digital SLR camera, with a 400mm telephoto lens. The camera was mounted on a special “gigapixel robot” called the Clauss Rodeon. This programmable robot allowed the camera to move and shoot very quickly, so that it was possible to shoot more than one photo every second.
When I first saw the picture I though it was wasabi O_O Still macha ice cream nigiri is just as weird! (via kotaku )