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.
Which one do you like best?
In a recent interview, Hideo Kojima helps to explain why Japan loves Spider-Man so much.
I don't think there really is a curse, but I wouldn't be surprised if more of its stars run into trouble.
During this year’s BitSummit in Kyoto, I asked Takahashi about his decision and about his experiences as an expat.
From a real-life company in Raccoon City - er, Shanghai.
Footage circulating online shows people rushing Chinese Uniqlo stores and getting into fights over the hyped £13 tops.
As demonstrated by this amazing clip of Tokyo and Yokohama night aerials.
Outfitted with over 700 LED lights, the blade’s gyro sensor responds to different types of blade swings with light effects and sounds.
Amazing what a tonne of hairspray and glue can do.
The show just keeps growing, and this year was the biggest yet.
Weird, charming, and surprisingly high quality.
Only in Japan for now.
These balls are for proposing, not for throwing.
This is professional work, with no corner of the festivities left untouched by The Pokemon Company’s licensing department.
Bandai is releasing a life-sized Detective Pikachu plush toy in Japan. His ears, hands and tail are all poseable. Just look at it! Read more...
Why simply play a Final Fantasy game when you can live it for your own wedding?