It is bitterly cold this time of year in Japan. Early though it may be, winter is truly here, with its icy breezes, thick clothing and the sudden surge of Christmas goods in shops.
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Along with the insipid summer heat, the one thing that stands out for Japan during July is the festival of Tanabata. A celebration of hope, the festival is based on a story of two literally star-crossed lovers, exiled to different … Continue reading
Harmonix know a thing or two about making rhythm games. Not just that, this is their third attempt at making a dancing game specifically for the Kinect. Both of these facts are clear in this latest installment of their Dance … Continue reading
In the battle of the Christmas Number One, it tends to come down to a few familiar names; Need For Call of FIFA 4 or something like that. But in the last few years this has been shaken up following … Continue reading
Big Time Rush, apart from having a name which bears strong resemblances to a log flume ride, are comprised of four boys who play hockey and rock hard. According to their blog Kendall, James, Carlos and Logan are all wildly … Continue reading
SingStar‘s recent offering, Boybands v Girlbands, reassuringly follows the winning formula set down by its predecessors. Although the title gives the impression it is geared at groups as opposed to the solitary songster, the choice of solo mode is still … Continue reading