The Kirby Nendoroid is certainly magnetic

Kirby is easily one of Nintendo’s most adorable icons. He’s our little, blobular buddy! Naturally, this means he’s extra adorable in Nendoroid form. The Good Smile Company figure is one of the most unique in the line. Since he’s a spherical sort of guy, the company couldn’t do the usual thing where arms, legs, heads, and waists have a hole-plug situation. Instead, the power of magnetism lets you customize this cutie pie.

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai is for the young (and young at heart)

There’s no age limit on Hatsune Miku games. Everyone can enjoy them, no matter how old or skilled they are. But if someone has played entries in the Project Mirai and Project Diva series, they might notice the titles give off certain vibes. To be more specific, the 3DS games feel as though Sega is trying to lure in younger players, while the Vita and PS3 releases are more mature.

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Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX may look small, but it dreams big

The Hatsune Miku rhythm games bear an enticing peculiarity. It’s almost as if Vocaloids themselves were designed specifically for the purpose: their compositions are intentionally complex in a way that makes it more practical for a virtual singer than a real one, and the inherent specificity of the rhythms and tones sets high expectations for the player’s precision.

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