Move over Game Center CX, it's time for Game Center DX to take the stage! Hit the jump to check out Masaru Hamaguchi spoofing the popular retro-gaming comedy TV show with a look at Yoshi's Woolly World on Nintendo Japan's Youtube channel.
Arino Shinya, the Chief of Game Center CX, will be appearing on the Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary Special Stage at the Nico Nico Super Conference in April of 2015. Hit the jump for more details.
Earth-shaking developments are afoot as Arino of Game Center CX prepares to lift the next generation console ban beginning Season 19. Hit the jump for more.
Things haven't slowed down for comedian Shinya Arino's long-running Game Center CX, AKA Retro Game Master. The show is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and part of the joyous occasion includes a movie set for spring 2014. Read on for more.
Just the other day Discotek Media announced the addition of the live Mighty Bomb Jack challenge to its Game Center CX / Retro Game Master DVD collection, and now there are two more bonus eps joining the set. Better yet, both are two-parters! Read on for more.
It was already sweet enough when we learned that Discotek Media would be releasing Game Center CX, AKA Retro Game Master, on DVD, but it looks like there are even more treats in store for the set. One of them is an additional episode in the form of the live Mighty Bomb Jack challenge. Read on for more.
Kotaku's license of Game Center CX, which it streamed under the title Retro Game Master, may have expired, but it looks like Discotek Media has plans to release the series on DVD! Read on for more.
Kotaku's Game Center CX license is coming to an end, and Retro Game Master will not be returning past the initial 12 localized episodes. That also means the season that is currently online will be disappearing entirely, so it's time to play catch up! More after the jump.
If you've been keeping up with Kotaku's weekly streaming of Retro Game Master—the official localization of Game Center CX—then you know why host Shinya Arino is so darn charming. Here's some good news for fans out west: the Kacho is headed to Los Angeles! More after the jump.
In a surprising move, Gawker Media gaming site Kotaku is jumping in the streaming television business. Not so surprising, but nonetheless awesome, is the show in question: cult favorite Game Center CX, AKA Retro Game Master. More info after the jump.