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Saving Japan’s Games

On a Sunday morning in September, Typhoon Talim was flooding the western part of Japan with a torrential downpour, but at Todoroki Station in Tokyo on the other end of the country, its effects were limited to a light rain. A 20-minute ride south of the city’s famous Shibuya crossing, Todoroki is a sleepy residential…Read […]

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This used to be Tokiwa Musen, which billed itself as Akihabara’s “oldest, smallest game shop.”

This used to be Tokiwa Musen, which billed itself as Akihabara’s “oldest, smallest game shop.” This is where you used to be able to go to get new releases for heavily-discounted prices, conveniently located right near the train station exit. Now it’s three Coke machines. Bummer.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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