Things We Saw Around the Web (#5)

Elmo Cafe, Toonami Documentary, Chrono Trigger, Canipa Effect, new footage from Final Fantasy XIV and more!

Here are a few things we saw around the web and think you should check out!

Anime News Network reported that Square Enix streamed an eight-minute video on Friday for the Final Fantasy XIV game that showed details for the game’s upcoming patch 3.3, titled “Revenge of the Horde.”


Things We Saw Around The Web (#5) : Chrono Trigger used as an example of UX DesignCombining two of my favorite loves: Japanese Culture and UX Design, Tech Crunch’s what UX designers can learn from 1990s Japanese video games.


Canipa (The Canipa Effect) on YouTube spotlights the legendary Studio Bones animator, Yutaka Nakamura and how his limitless talent has propelled the studio to new creative heights.


Things We Saw Around The Web (#5) : Elmo Street Cafe in Tokyo

Japan Trends reports that a Sesame Street themed cafe called Elmo to Yukai na Nakamatachi Cafe (Elmo and His Fun Friends Cafe) has opened in Harajuku, running from May 1st to June 30th.


Things We Saw Around The Web (#5) : The V Sign Manga

Sean Michael Wilson from The Japan Times wrote about the mystery behind the V peace sign or piisu sain.


The Mattelias on YouTube created a fantastic documentary on the popular Cartoon Network block, Toonami.

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