Japanese “for adults only” Z Festa

a portion of the website about the eventIt’s an “adults only” 360 fest, and it looks like admission is free for Xbox Live Gold members (by the way, that is Austin Powers freaky: “adults only” and “Gold member” in the same sentence).

Too bad it’s in Japan.

Here’s the line-up:

If our web-translation is right, the event will be on Januray 12. And they’re serious about it being for adults only – despite the Google Translate beta giggles:

Exhibition title Z (only 18 years old or more the object) is divided CERO (computer entertainment rating mechanism) in the rating which is stipulated. As for direction under 18 years old because it cannot enter, beforehand acknowledgment. At acceptance of the meeting place, we request the presentation of the status proof which can do age verification.

And it really is too bad that Japan is so far away. This is the kind of event all of us could appreciate – even if we don’t speak a word of Japanese. Any videos, demos, and fun to be had during the event would transcend language barriers anyway, right?

a portion of the website about the eventIt’s an “adults only” 360 fest, and it looks like admission is free for Xbox Live Gold members (by the way, that is Austin Powers freaky: “adults only” and “Gold member” in the same sentence).

Too bad it’s in Japan.

Here’s the line-up:

If our web-translation is right, the event will be on Januray 12. And they’re serious about it being for adults only – despite the Google Translate beta giggles:

Exhibition title Z (only 18 years old or more the object) is divided CERO (computer entertainment rating mechanism) in the rating which is stipulated. As for direction under 18 years old because it cannot enter, beforehand acknowledgment. At acceptance of the meeting place, we request the presentation of the status proof which can do age verification.

And it really is too bad that Japan is so far away. This is the kind of event all of us could appreciate – even if we don’t speak a word of Japanese. Any videos, demos, and fun to be had during the event would transcend language barriers anyway, right?

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