Kotaku East incorporates all of our coverage from Asia, including the latest from Japan, China and South Korea on gaming, anime, internet culture, import games and (occasionally) weird food.
People can cosplay any day of the year. That’s not true when it comes to dressing up for Halloween.
Konami announced today that it’s teaming up with China’s Starlight Media, with plans to release and stream worldwide.
Basically, it's so that you can play whilst lounging around on your bed.
Ever wondered what those random Japanese characters in the Matrix code were? Well, turns out they're not so random after all.
Japan's seedy Halloween Trains are going legit.
Time to brush up on those shuriken skills.
Recently in South Korea, a politician brought a golden pan to an assembly to talk about the game’s success.
Entirely pointless, but completely awesome.
It’s always good to have goals and dreams.
If you think mobile game Heroes of Warfare looks a bit too much like Overwatch, you’re not alone.
These deeply disturbing "smile bumpers" should not exist.
Although Nintendo's reason for leaving out the RPG is admirable, it just doesn't make sense to omit such an iconic title.
I'll take one Dragon Ball burger with a side of VEGETAbles please. Lots of Kakarots, and don't skimp on the Raditz. Oh and make it fresh, not from the Frieza. (I'm sorry but I had to.)
It's only 14 minutes long, but still, just look at that adorable kittybus!
To celebrate One Piece’s 20th anniversary, a Japanese Buddhist temple is holding a special exhibition.