Just one year has passed since the announcement last year, and now it’s finally out!!
Don’t wear Kanji (Chinese Characters written on) T-shirt in Japan or you’ll make a fool of yourself.
Some of you may wonder if “Kanji is stunning to see!” but as a matter of fact, it’s not wise, however great it may be, to walk around in Japan wearing Kanji T-shirt((the one with some Chinese characters on it)).
As of Sep. 2018, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has sold 1.3 million plus copies worldwide, which is outselling past games in the series. Despite the biggest sales, some people consider it to be inferior to the first one, Xenoblade Chronicles. So why is it that polarizing?
This item is exclusive for My Nintendo store of Japan, priced at 5,500 yen (about 49 bucks), which contains 21 pieces in all. Please note that it’s out of stock and no longer available as of Nov. 30th because Nintendo provided the limited numbers to those who preordered it.
Have you ever played any Japanese games in the original language? I’d say some Japanese game fanatics have. So then you should be at home with it to some extent, if not for the most part. While playing, you’ll come across unfamiliar words and manners of talking more often than not that does not seem to be the standard language.
The figurine you’re looking at is “Pokemon Center Original figure Buddy Pikachu set( Japanese: ポケモンセンターオリジナルフィギュア相棒ピカチュウセット）.”
[About this item] This is the second Lillie figurine produced by Kotobukiya. After the outfit change, she looks not just different but confident! Price: 9180 yen (≅＄80.7) Scale: 1/8
The OST for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was out on May 23, when the composers’ talk show and the autograph event took place. All of the four composers were supposed to participate on that day only, so I decided to go to the first venue, Tokyo Shinjuku instead of the last one Osaka. Please note that there may be something obscure about this post because it was about 6 months back.
The contest was originally supposed to release its result in summer, but today Oct. 22 all awardees were finally unveiled.
Japan used to be proud of the best sales on earth for console games, but now I feel like it were way-way back.