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February 21, 2021, 1:30 PM
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Japan's Naomi Osaka said she's living her "dreams" Saturday after defeating Jennifer Brady to win the Australian Open, adding that she'll celebrate with anime and pizza. The 23-year-old . . .

Gematsu Sal Romano

Publisher CKF and developer Growing Seeds will release mystery adventure game MazM: The Phantom of the Opera for Switch and PC via Steam, the companies announced. It will support English, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified...

While McDonald's North America is experiencing its fair share of anime excitement with its Pokémon Happy Meals, McDonald's Japan is choosing to celebrate one of the country's most-watched series - . . .

Gematsu Sal Romano

Fortnite will add Ryu and Chun-Li from the Street Fighter series as a character outfits on February 20 at 4:00 p. m. PT / 7:00 p. m. ET, developer Epic Games announced. The characters are the latest in a series of crossovers to "join the hunt" in ...

SoraNews24 Oona McGee

The four-panel manga was shared on Twitter by the Kyoto City Information . . . a gesture used to mean "good" in Japan. Isamu thinks to himself, "So this must be silent eating. This is great! " When Isamu .

SoraNews24 Scott Wilson

Oh crap. Has it really been that long? There's no shortage of ways to feel old these days. From kids not knowing what Gundam is, to not pooping in school anymore, sometimes it can seem like there are a few centuries separating the generations, rat...

Highlights include 'JUJUTSU KAISEN' for Anime of the Year and 'Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! ' for Best Animation.


First released on the PC in 2000, Diablo II is one of the older games in Blizzard Entertainment's catalogue which still has a loyal fanbase to this day. During Blizzcon 2021 earlier today, the studio announced that a 'Resurrected' version will be ...

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