Evengelion Toys, Red Dead Redemption, and Girls in Fairies on FanPlay
Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
We're trying out a whole new format and working to bring you more stories from Asian pop culture, the latest happenings in the anime industry, and of course what new anime titles to look forward to. It's a work in progress based on your feedback, so keep it coming!
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The News Gets Totally Hijacked by Upskirt App
Well, Miley starts off our new show format with what is supposed to be the news, only to have the segment totally hijacked by a discussion of the new motion tracking upskirt game recently profiled here on Gizmodo.
Cristina discusses the recent rise of a Virtual Idol or vocaloid album titled "Exit Tunes Presents Vocalogenesis Feat. Miku Hatsune" to the status of most sold album of the week on the Japanese Oricon Charts, the equivalent to the U.S. Billboard Charts. Could this trend mean that soon vocaloid singers will replace humans?
Traci Hines gives us an in depth look at the work of JoEllen Elam, also known as Lillyxandra. JoEllan is famous for her costume designs and make-up artist skills and has been featured in magazines around the world. Check out more at her website www.firefly-path.net.
Red Dead Redemption gets a look and Kaiji finds, well maybe some character traits you didn't expect. And how does Kaiji rate this western themed game. Well there are points for dastardly deeds, so watch and find out!
AnimeTV is the first ever magazine-style review show where anime fans can watch news and gossip about what's hot in Japanese pop culture including anime title reviews, manga updates, game releases, cosplay, and even reports from the field all the way from Tokyo. Fans in costumes submit videos about their characters and write in with viewer opinions for the AnimeTV cast to share. AnimeTV is an in depth journey into the Otaku anime fan world.