Cats fighting demons in Japan. Not weird at all.
A game about japanese katana wielding cats might sound out there, but in reality Wan Nyan Slash… 395 more words
As far as marketing gimmicks go, this is pretty cool.
To promote its toaster strudel (now there’s five words I didn’t think I’d be writing, ever), Pillsbury hired Isao Machii, a master of the Japanese martial art… 222 more words
When a western mobile-games company wants to bring a game to China, there are a few factors they probably should consider: Will the game suit local tastes? 588 more words