Welcome to the new Parallax Play

Since the year has just started, we thought it was time to get a head start on the spring cleaning (even though it’s still winter). The updated Parallax Play site has been revamped with a bit of polish and fresh coat of paint, and we’ll also be adding several new sections and features over the coming weeks. Along with the newer site layout, the Otaku Nation UK podcast is now hosted directly on Parallax Play, so you’ll be able to listen to all of the episodes here and subscribe to download the latest episodes directly to your podcast player of…

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Press Release: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 launching on Steam this week

The Hyperdimension Neptunia series begins its conquest of PCs everywhere with Re;Birth1 launching on Steam later this week from Idea Factory International on January 28th! Originally released in English on PS Vita last summer, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 is the remake of the first HDN game, now enhanced for it’s PC release. The steam version includes all the features of the Vita one as well as being able to play at native 1080p 60 frames per second. For it’s debut, Re;Birth1 will be available at 50% off for its first week on Steam, so it would be wise to pick it…

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One Week, Two Megaman figures revealed for pre-order

You wait ages for a good Megaman figure and two show up at once, eh? Last week, the “Gigantic Series – Mega Man Complete Figure” was revealed and made available to pre-order for its release in Japan this March. Standing at just over 30cm tall, this PVC figure depicts the classic style blue bomber armed with his trade mark mega buster in a fixed pose. This figure also features an alternate head, so you can choose to display him with or without his helmet, perhaps standing at the top of a cardboard building. Japanese retailer, amiami currently has the figure available…

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Press Release: Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Coming to Europe March 2015

NIS America have recently announced their planned release date for Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters on Playstation 3 & PS Vita, which they will be publishing for European audiences. The ghost story visual novel, created by the developers of Deadly Premonition will be launching on Friday the 13th of March, as a physical retail release and digital download on the Playstation store. ————— Original Press Release Below —————-

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Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Limited edition available to pre-order + new English screenshots revealed

Last year, we reviewed Demon Gaze from NIS America and developed by Experience Inc, which we had a great time playing. Now, Experience’s newest title, Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is en route to North America & Europe for its English release this April. NIS America have revealed a new batch of screenshots from the Enligsh localisation of the game. The Limited Edition is currently available to pre-order for American customers now on the NIS America Store and for those in Europe or other territories, the NISA Europe store is planning to begin taking pre-orders for the EU version of…

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Otaku Nation UK Episode 35 – Spooky Poop!

(Original post 15th November 2014)   This week we watched: Yona of the Dawn When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace We also talk about Final Fantasy Distant Worlds & Video Games Live concerts, Super Smash Bros Wii U tournament plus poop rumours  

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Otaku Nation UK Episode 34 – MCM Expo post show

(Original post 2nd November 2014)   This week we watched: BONJOUR♪Sweet Love Patisserie Orenchi no Furo Jijo Harriett and Orun talk about their time at MCM Expo and we talk about looking forward to seeing Final Fantasy Distant Worlds & Video Games Live  

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Otaku Nation UK Episode 32: United We Cosplay

m4s0n501 (Original post 18th October 2014)   This week we watched: I Can’t Understand What My Husband Is Saying Wolf Girl and Black Prince We also talk about Pokemon, LFCC, YouTubers and a big discussion on how we should cosplay no matter what

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