Japan’s first ever video game arcade goes live with a video game designer

A Japanese arcade game designer is going to be creating games in Japan’s largest city with a new website that aims to bring a Japanese gaming experience to the rest of the world.

Ryoji Matsumoto, who is currently based in Tokyo, is working on a new video game design studio called Anime Arcade and hopes to launch it this year.

He’s also working on an anime series based on his work, including the anime series The Boy Who Came To Kill Me.

His work has been featured on the internet, including in Forbes, Mashable, and Buzzfeed.

He told Forbes that he hopes the anime anime series will be available in Japanese soon.

The website Anime Arcade is being launched in Japan as part of a campaign by the city’s largest arcade, The Tokyo Game Factory.

Matsumotos arcade is known for its old school arcade, where he has worked for the past five years.

Matsums arcade also has a video games section called Anime Zone, where customers can play arcade games.

Matsumoto told Forbes he is planning to use a large number of staff and employees from the anime industry.

He hopes to have anime arcade staff working in Tokyo and other major cities.

He said Anime Arcade will be an online hub for Japanese anime.

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