Toko (CV Ai Nonaka) didn't exactly make a good first impression on Japanese PC users. Like their English speaking counterparts, her notifications insisting that they upgrade their OSes didn't exact endear her to local techies. The adjective "unforgivable" seems to get applied a lot. There was also a meme earlier this year involving photoshops of it causing disasters as mecha anime robots prepare to attack. Still, the upgrade notification was the star of this weekend's Comiket 90.
With the release of Windows 10, Windows 7's Madobe Nanami (voiced by Nana Mizuki), Windows 8's Madobe Yu and Madobe Ai (or You and I - voiced by Asuka Nishi and Nao Tamura) and Windows Azure Cloud services (voiced by Eri Kitamura) will be getting a new sister! While Microsoft is looking for input on what to name her, Ai Nonaka (Madoka Magica's Kyouko Sakura, Sayonara Zetsubō Sensei's Kafuka Fuura) has been introduced as the voice.
Windows 8's Madobe Yu and Madobe Ai (or You and I - voiced by Asuka Nishi and Nao Tamura) Windows Azure Cloud service (voiced by Eri Kitamura) brought some Microsoft moe to the end of December Comiket 87 doujinshi mega-event. Booth cosplayers accompanied special event products featuring the trio, Windows 7's Madobe Nanami (Nana Mizuki) and Manager (Daisuke Namikawa). Get a look after the jump.
A key feature of Windows 8 is that it's designed to worked seamlessly with touch screens. In a new hobonichiP song, Hatsune Miku waited patiently in one of those Akihabara lines, picked up a copy of the new OS, followed the instructions diligently and found "Even though I installed Windows 8, my screen won't become a touch panel." Get listen after the jump.
There's no party like an Akihabara OS launch party. With Microsoft Windows 8 going on sale at midnight, crowds of tech enthusiasts flock to the otaku mecha to watch Madobe Nanami (Windows 7), Claudia and the other moe OS-tan girls welcome Windows 8's Madobe Yu and Madobe Ai (or You and I). Get a look after the jump.
"Wouldn't it be cool if there were an 'Oji Plus' game?" thought so many Twitter users together that the hashtag #オジプラス ("ojiplus") was born. It's a good point—why should guys have all the fun with Love Plus? Hear about the demo of @katosyan1's demo'd realization, Dress≒Code, after the break!