tinycartridge:

First look at Yokai Watch 2's boxarts, screens ⊟

Yokai Watch has been killing it in Japan, thanks to Level-5’s transmedia approach and the popular animated series there, so I don’t anyone’s surprised that the publisher is releasing a sequel. The game was already kind of Pokemon-y but with spirits, and this follow-up will be even more so, coming out with two versions (Founder and Head) this July 10, each coming with exclusive rare medals. 

Anime News Network provided the following description:

Keita and company will travel back in time to Sakura New Town in the Showa era, thanks to the power of a mysterious yokai (Japanese spirit or demon). The key to the story will be Keizo, a boy from the past who looks like Keita, and Dekanyan, a cat yokai with an amazing secret.

Yokai Watch 2 will also have new events such as climbing the school flagpole to better find yokai, and bicycle races. If players have already gone through the first Yokai Watch game, they can make friends with special yokai in Yokai Watch 2.

You can watch two announcement trailers here. Level-5 hasn’t revealed anything about bringing the series to the U.S., but there have been hints.

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I want this game so hard.

staceythinx:

Since the catastrophe of Chernobyl in 1986, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger has collected, studied and painted insects from near nuclear sites to document their mutations.

(Source: butdoesitfloat.com)

tinycartridge:

Super Famicom as tissue holder ⊟
@deto0000's Super Famicom broke, but a new use for the now dead system was quickly found. It's perfect for, say, when you're crying over your broken Super Famicom. Via Famicom no Neta.
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tinycartridge:

Super Famicom as tissue holder ⊟

@deto0000's Super Famicom broke, but a new use for the now dead system was quickly found. It's perfect for, say, when you're crying over your broken Super Famicom. Via Famicom no Neta.

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Cody William Smith

Cody William Smith is a professional Photographer and Director of Photography. Originally from Reno Nevada, he moved to Los Angeles in 2011 and earned his BFA in Cinema from Columbia College in 2012. As a photographer he specializes in landscape, fine art, and environmental portraiture. He also freelances as a gaffer, 1st AC, and photography assistant.

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