The 59-foot tall, life-sized Gundam on Tokyo’s Odaiba Island we previewed earlier is finished; it looks even better in real life, as evidenced by these stunning night shots by Pink Tentacle.
It resembles Disney’s Cars, but ZMP Inc’s RoboCar is designed (and priced) for academic use; it’s a Linux-powered robotics platform with stereo CCD cameras and image recognition.
From Devil May Cry’s creator, this estrogen-laden trailer for Bayonetta lays the action on thick (and fast) with top-notch visuals, wicked boss battles and a bevy of Sarah Palin lookalikes.
White Knight Chronicles jumps the gun with this E3 trailer; it’s light on actual gameplay and mixes old and new cinematics, but we’re happy that it’ll be the first true online RPG for the PS3.
Developed as a mobile crane, Robotopusu (“Robotops”) looks ready to rend humans limb from limb with its two giant claw arms and four legs; each claw and grasp up to 220lbs.
From folks who brought us Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, this internal trailer for Project Trico shows promise with faint echoes of The Neverending Story’s Falkor and Atreyu.
We like this new trailer for Resonance of Fate (aka End of Eternity), but it seems to be a bit too American: the last half is filled with fast action sequences and the heavy metal-ish music.
This Forgotten Secret trailer for White Knight Chronicles starts off with butterflies and ballroom dancing; in other words, it’s ripe for all the slick sword-swinging mayhem afterwards.
Supreme’s MX shades put a Japanese spin on classic retro frames with an acetate-wrapped wire frame core and impact resistant, UV proof lenses; they’ll be available May 14th.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Limited Edition includes special packaging, a two-disc soundtrack and video disc; most importantly, it’s a free upgrade and limited to the first run.
Straight from Kazuaki Kiriya’s Goemon, this 1:6 Saizo Kirigakura figure captures much of the lush detail from the movie with a slick armored Ninja suit and face guard.
With over 100 blades, a distinctly Japanese style and hordes of enemies, this preview for Vanilla Ware’s Muramasa gives Wii owners plenty of reason to be excited; it comes out 7/28.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen stereographic pictures, but this collection of photos by Flickr user heiwa4126 looks particularly sweet thanks to the location (Tokyo) and HDR editing.
Proof that Japanese cellphones are waaaay better than ours, Phone Braver 7 is a crimefighting ABS/diecast toy based on a TV drama; it transforms and can change facial expressions.
Styled after a rhinoceros beetle, Kabutom RX-03 is an 11 meter, 15 ton robot created by 60 year-old Takahashi-san; it can be piloted or remote controlled and can carry passengers.
The Japanese debut trailer for End of Eternity is out, not that language matters — there’s no speech, just lots of gorgeous visuals that really show off the game’s steampunk overtones.
KDDI’s Idda G9 sliderphone may be Japan only, but we’re fawning over its stainless steel frame and titanium finish; it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera and pico projector support.
Hot chick comes home, makes a milkshake, spots a monster and wipes out half the apartment trying to kill it: just another day in The Secret World, an MMORPG that mixes modern with magic.
Take 333 of the most important websites and the 111 most influential people and you have Web Trend Map 4; it’s mapped in the style of the Tokyo Metro and is limited to 1,000 pieces.
Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon, Stady is the work of visual music director Ohashi Takashi; it’s a chill mix of acoustic guitar, light drum beats and hypnotically sequenced shapes.
Epic space battles, maniacal villains and cherubic heroes with wild hair: Infinite Space’s trailer honors anime’s grandest traditions and is based on Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End.
This Metal Gear Solid 4 video starts off like any other, at least until God himself (aka Hideo Kojima) appears and proceeds to get super-stealthy awesome on the streets of San Francisco.
Incredibly grotesque yet awe-inspiring, Kenji Yanobe’s Giant Torayan robot is a 24 foot tall robo-baby sculpture that breathes fire and sings; it’s on display in Tokyo’s Roppongi district.
Hakodate is likely the first city to destroy itself in an effort to attract tourists: giant robots and squid battle fleets annihilate whole city blocks in the hilariously epic video above.
AKA Apocalypse Meow in the US, Cat Shit One instantly reminds us of George Orwell’s dystopic Animal Farm, with cute animals armed to the teeth. It’s a 12-episode anime series.
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