Do you have an Xbox 360? Then you probably know about the extraordinary new way to enjoy games, find videos and control playback without the use of a controller! That means starting tomorrow you can watch anime on Xbox Live and keep your hands free for whatever else you'd like to do.
How about we do a countdown of the top ten things you could with your hands now that you won't have a controller weighing them down?
Top Ten Things to Do While Watching Anime Hands Free on Your Xbox 360
Did you know that October 24th is not only the birthday of the United Nations, but it's also a day that Hetalia fans all over the World meet and celebrate their favorite series? Hetalia Day is an unofficial fan event held in cities all over the globe where groups play games, wear cosplay costumes and just generally geek out about all things Hetalia.
North Texas is no exception, so this past weekend, we took a trip out to the beautiful Trinity Park in Fort Worth with a bag full of treats to see some great nations, hangin' out and havin' fun. Mr. Austria even baked a cake that was both noble and delicious! Unfortunately, the festivities in the part were broken up by a torrential downpour and bonus tornado warning.
Nothing can stop the power of Hetalia fans, though! Check this video for all the DFW area Hetalia fun condensed into 60 seconds:
I got completely soaked out in the rain, but was it worth it? Oh yes yes yes! Did any of you fine FUNi Blog readers go to your local Hetalia Day gathering this weekend?
Not able to come to the North Texas Hetalia Day meet? Follow me after the break for some Hetalia related video treats of your very own...
Lately, there seems to be some strange things happening in the FUNimation office. Not only have the release dates changed for Eden of the East, Hetalia, Slayers and Full Metal Panic? FUMOFFU, but the stuff on my desk has moved around too. The more I try to get information, the more confused I get. It seems like everyone else around here knows what’s going on but me. It’s like there’s some kind of . . .