Bamboo Bounces Back

June 23, 2011

In a week where illness knocked out the man with the MangaGamer plan, our fearless leader Bamboo delayed his second livechat for a day. As Kouryuu and Evospace took their places to translate with a boost from Shini and livetweets from Agi, would they be able to face the otaku hoards? Find out after the cut. Read the rest of this entry »


Help Support Japan-Buy Eroge!

March 17, 2011

In light of the recent tragedy that struck Japan, we at MangaGamer as well as our partners in Japan would like to help contribute to the relief efforts and offer our fans and supporters a way to contribute as well.
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8.9 Grade Earthquake Hits Japan

March 11, 2011

"Woman who absolutely refuses to lose to some earthquake", a sketch drawn by Fujimaru during the aftershocks

Last night an 8.9 earthquake, the largest in Japan’s history, struck the east coast, together with tsunamis which caused particularly heavy damage in Sendai (200-300 casualties reported so far). We have received confirmation through twitter that all the members of OVERDRIVE, Circus, Navel, Nexton, and several other eroge companies are safe. However, many of them are suffering property damage to computers and other such objects which have fallen as a result of the quake.

Many are without water and power as the nuclear reactors in Tokyo have been shut down to prevent disaster.

The trains are also down, so many who can not get home are taking shelter with each other in their corporate offices, or the homes of staff who live nearby.

For the most up-to-date information on the staff, please check our twitter feed. You can view a live feed of NHK reporting the disaster here on ustream. For those who want an english feed, you can find NHK World and others here at livestation.


Mangagamer Pride Reminder…

June 24, 2010

Hey everybody!

So, in most civilised parts of the world, June is Pride month.  While it’s rather odd for a company that’s all about the titty porn to bring up gay rights, it’s something that comes up in our games quite a bit, and usually in a negative light.  Read the rest of this entry »


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