When race car drivers need a little extra practice or when driving enthusiasts want to really let it fly and feel what pushing their car to the limit on a real racing circuit feels like, what do they do? In Japan, they go to Tokyo Virtual Circuit in Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
This week it's Japanese phone makers shuddering at the news of NTT Docomo finally agreeing to push Apple products, and guess what, among a laundry list of supertech geniuses, one of the iPhone’s senior engineers speaks Japanese and spent time as
Thanko just released a camera stand with 3 quiet wheels. It enables you to take smooth moving images like a movie. You can perform several moves like moving straight, curve and rotation, and they can be done at high speed.
It's compatible with compact cameras, single-lens reflex cameras, and video cameras. The screw hole for attaching a tripod stand is used to mount the stand.
Size: 297 x 330 x 64mm
Japan is getting a taste of the phenomenon that is Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto V at Tokyo Game Show 2013.
At its own Touch & Try pavilion at the show, Rockstar showed what it's like to navigate Los Santos and Blaine County. The company has built an incredibly detailed and lifelike world, which we are told will take inestimable hours of time sitting on your couch to fully explore and appreciate.
Those at the show are being given a taste and the consensus that we heard matches the enthusiasm that we're reading online.
AkihabaraNews was impressed with the games at Tokyo Game Show 2013. But we must also give some more recognition where it is due: to the GIRLS of Tokyo Game Show 2013.
The world's largest game exhibition "Tokyo Game Show 2013", is now taking place at Makuhari Messe in Chiba and the AkihabaraNews team was there yesterday on Press Day taking in the excitement and getting some hands on experience with many new games.
Who is going to challenge the tower burgers?
Lotteria's new "Tower Cheese Burger"(¥1,360) and "Ebi (shrimp) Tree Burger"(¥770), which are scheduled to be released on September 23 through October 9 for a limited time, will be sold in advance on ONLY 2 DAYS in the Tokyo area - for 500YEN!
This ¥500 campaign will take place on September 21 for the "Tower Cheese Burger", and on September 22 for the "Ebi Tree Burger".
We would like to pay tribute to Hiroshi Yamauchi, the visionary who transformed Nintendo into one of the leading games companies in the world and one of the towering figures in gaming who made it what it is today. He has died in Japan at age 85.
We thank him and his team at Nintendo for Super Mario Bros., Zelda, Star Fox, Game Boy, etc., etc., and for those old enough to remember, Donkey Kong!!