We’ve recommended getting into the world of Kunio-kun in the past, but the latest release makes that easier than ever! Kunio-kun: The World Classics Collection compiles (almost) all of Technos’ eight-bit outings into one release on Switch and PS4, and though it’s Japan-only for now, it includes full English menus!Read more
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is headed to English-speaking regions later this year, but it’s already out in Japan! We take a look at the Switch release to see just how the game has changed. Watch!Read more
Game-Ware Vol. 3 is a weird object. A release in a line of “digital magazines” for the Sega Saturn full of demos and videos and ads, it’s… look, it’s just peculiar and sometimes you come to us to check out some peculiar things with us. This is one of those times, probably!Read more
It’s Tetris! You’ve played Tetris. So why do you need this one? Well… maybe you don’t, but it’s worth looking at Tetris Kiwamemichi as a historical curiosity that says a lot about the quirks of its time and place.Read more
Most games make you choose between shooting ’em up or matching ’em together, but not Calcolo! This obscure import tries to do both at once, and… it actually works, for the most part! Check out our video for a quick overview.Read more
The enormous popularity of Puyo Puyo in Japan caused many, many competitors to try their hand at creating a falling-block puzzle franchise, and there weren’t many to find as much success in gameplay and domestic longevity as Taisen Puzzle Dama, Konami’s attempt in the genre. Let’s take a look at a signature entry — one tied to another Konami franchise that found a lot of fans in its home country!Read more
Language learning is a big part of import games! If you can pick up better comprehension skills, a whole new world of games will open to you. So today we’re looking at EMIT, a game that helps you do just that!
Um, if you’re Japanese and need to learn English.
It’s a cool thing to check out, though! Do just that with us.Read more
Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun is headed to the West later this year! But, um, we already have it. The game released in Japan and Asia as Taiko no Tatsujin: Nintendo Switch Version, but it contains full English support and all of the same songs and games, so we figured we’d show you what all it has to offer!Read more