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RtP! to Cover The World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya

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For the first time, RtP! is sending a camera crew to cover the world’s largest cosplay competition championship in Nagoya, Japan. Even though we’ve lived in Japan for the past few years we haven’t been able to make it to the event before. For those that don’t know, cosplay teams from around the world gather in Nagoya and perform on stage in the final rounds of the competition on August 6 and 7. There’s also a number of cosplay related events taking place in the weeks prior to the championship.

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Design Festa Spring 2016

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Design Festa is the largest art festival in Asia which is held biannually at Tokyo Big Site in Odaiba, Japan. Artists from all over the world are invited to express themselves in any way they see fit¬†¬†through their work, regardless of their age, nationality, or even their talent. The festivities include a bazaar, stage performances, and most notably, live paintings by artists on canvases that range in size from a couple meters to a couple stories tall which are painted for the duration of the weekend long event. With no limits or restrictions on what can be exhibited, there are plenty of interesting, beautiful, and sometimes disturbing things to be seen here. RTP’s own Lost Link and Seagz retuned once again to see what was in store this year.

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ANIMEJAPAN 2016

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AnimeJapan is the biggest animation event in Japan where companies will set up booths to showcase and announce upcoming shows. This year Lost Link and Seagz visited the event with the intent to tag team video coverage. Although it was nowhere near as busy as Comiket, over 135 thousand attendees were strolling around the halls of Tokyo Big Sight.

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MGSV: The Phantom Pain Story Analysis

It’s the MGSV podcast and the gang discusses the storytelling or lack thereof within the game.

Death Game Production

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My favorite anime of last year was a show by the name of Death Parade. It’s about arbiters. People who judge the souls of humans after they die. Only they’re bartenders who make their guests play games which decide the fate of their souls. It’s an original story by Yuzuru Tachikawa and not a manga adaptation. Besides being fantastically animated by Madhouse, it has a really interesting and surprisingly moving story. I decided I wanted to cosplay the main character so I started planning on putting the costume together for February’s Katsucon. It’s a fairly simple outfit so it’d be perfect to still be able to move around and film in during the event.

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News Update: Video Projects Galore!

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It’s certainly been awhile since our last update. The website caretakers must all be on vacation. In terms of what’s new, Lost Link has been busy piling on the video projects and here is an update on what may be released sometime soon!

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Persona 4 Story Review!

It’s certainly been awhile, but our latest story review video is up! And it covers one of our favorite game stories ever: PERSONA 4.

Katsucon 2015 Success!

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I returned to Katsucon this year, surviving the long flight from Japan and encountering no snow storms! Seagz and b-rock were unable to attend but I got to meet and hang out with a lot of cool people. The convention was filled with videographers and it was awesome meeting them all in person for the first time after watching their videos and talking online. RealTDragon and Cosplay With Me were especially rad dudes.

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Game of the Year and Upcoming Titles!

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The site lives! Sorry for the lack of updates lately. We’ve been busy not playing games and attending events and such. But the crew recently gathered together to discuss our favorite video game stories of 2014. We all felt there wasn’t all that much interesting titles this year but we did manage to put together a small list. We also probably just missed a whole lot. Judge for yourself!

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