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To mark the release of Final fantasy XIII in China a specially branded Lightning controller will come packaged with the special edition of the game. Now’s the time to get jealous. More »

This week went by in a flash. Speaking of flashes, we interviewed FlashForward star John Cho this week. Aside from that, I’m certain that’s not the only reason why time flew so fast this past week — MLG Round V took place, we announced the upcoming epic MLG Kpop Battle and launched a handful of awesome giveaways. More »

March Madness is in full swing, not just in the world of college basketball but Ningin. The craziness came to us this past week in the form of the Manga Mania special about all-things manga, an IRIS soundtrack + photobook giveaway, special edition The Host DVD giveaways and the Team Sowon vs. Team Wonderful MLG match. More »

Hayao Miyazaki’s Kiki’s Delivery Service does indeed deliver. What, you might ask? 105 minutes of a great animated film that’s a coming-of-age story for a young witch named Kiki. Kiki isn’t a witch like you’d imagine witches to be. She’s more of a kind-hearted, Glenda from the Wizard of Oz type of witch. More »

Cube Entertainment has recently revealed that five-member girl group 4minute will be releasing four special edition versions of their single “Muzik” in Japan. 4minute has recently been everywhere but Korea lately, and it seems that they are creating quite a storm in the rest of Asia. More »

Ponyo is to Hayao Miyazaki as Little Mermaid is to Disney. Growing up it’s always been a childhood dream of mine to become Ariel from The Little Mermaid — red hair, sea shell bra and all. There wasn’t a pool in sight that I didn’t reenact Ariel emerging from the water to do the famous, fierce Ariel hair-toss-out-of-the-water move. Having just seen Ponyo, I feel like I ought to take back all those embarrassing childhood memories. More »

If Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro was medicine, I’d say it’d be the cure for old age. Sure, I’m only 25 but a lot of things remind me of my old age on a daily basis. Justin Bieber, body aches and pains in places never before and the constant urge to fight every possible chance to leave home to name a few. Staying in one night to watch the special edition DVD of My Neighbor Totoro was like having the fountain of youth in front of me, in DVD format. More »

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