Well, I got a little something neat from a cool dude in Japan, so I wanted to do a video about it. Of course, as I state repeatedly in the video (annoying isn’t it?) I’ll be doing a proper video review for it soon!
Normally I’m not too into unboxing videos or reviews, but when I received my copy of The Last Story in the mail this week I knew it had to be done. Now, for those of you who don’t know what The Last Story is, it’s a game made by Hironobu Sakaguchi and his Mistwalker Studio. In Japan and Europe, it was published by Nintendo, but over here it was released by the superb XSEED games. God bless em, too. It’s one of the more beautiful packages I’ve seen.
Over at Indiegogo, I there is an interesting project which combines two of my favorite things: Video games and Tokusatsu. The project has a goal of $8,000, of which (at the time of writing) $1560 has been pledged. So far we know that the aim is to have 11 episodes running around 12-15 minutes a piece. There are 45 days left for funding, so it will be interesting to see if this is fully funded. Much like Kickstarter, there are tiered rewards based on the amount you donate and these are viewable on the Indiegogo page, here: http://www.indiegogo.com/famikamen-rider Continue reading Famikamen Rider: An American Fanmade Tokusatsu Project
We’re all about being on top of the social media here at RST. That said, we don’t have a Facebook page for you to like and get updates from. Oh? Well what do you know? Now we do! So, if you’d be so kind as to give us a like, it’d give you a fast way to get updates on our newest articles and sometimes random thoughts. We’ll be updating it very regularly, so it’ll be fun for the whole family. So, give us a like! We’re at https://www.facebook.com/RisingSunTokusatsu and we’ll be throwing down some RST goodness on your Timeline! Continue reading Psst. We’re on Facebook.
Ok, maybe not so much the wealth part, but I do like to think I have taste! Hello. I’m Algo Fonix and I’ll be joining the RST family today. I’m excited at this opportunity, and quite thankful that I was offered this chance! I’ve been listening to the podcast and reading the articles for quite some time and have been a supporter since I found out Aoi Kurenai and Inui Takumi were doing this blog. Why did they ask me to help out? That’s a good question! To be honest, Tokusatsu isn’t something I’m overly knowledgeable about, but I do … Continue reading Please allow me to introduce myself. I’m a man of wealth and taste.