Final Weapon was started on June 24th, 2019, as an outlet looking to provide quality, nonsense-free content on Japanese gaming. We strive to provide you with the highest quality content including news, reviews, and opinions.
Editor-in-Chief / Founder: Rain Hikari
Writing a story.
Deputy Editor: Soul Kiwami
Hello everyone, I’m Soul Kiwami but I’m also known as Raul. I’m a novice computer and software programmer with a passion for the gaming industry, especially Japanese gaming. Huge fan of Nintendo Switch, JRPGs, action games, and the occasional FPS games.
Discord: Soul Societyy#3104
Senior Contributor: KUDO
Gaming and art enthusiast.
Heya, I’m Ryan, Twitter resident Mega Man nerd and lover of obscure niche games that nobody cares about. I’ve been gaming since I played Pokémon Emerald on the GBA, and my history is primarily Nintendo and Sony. I’ve been doing games journalism since 2019!
Contributor: Caleb (Rudra)
Hello, I’m Caleb! I’ve been invested in the gaming industry for as long as I’ve been aware of its existence. I have a passion for writing, analysis, and content creation in general, and have spent the past few years focusing my efforts on the games that I’ve come to care for the most. I’m primarily a Nintendo/PlayStation kind of person, but I play PC games whenever I find one that my setup is able to handle. My two favorite franchises are the Xeno Anthology and SciADV – and as an extension, I have a significant preference for both the JRPG and Visual Novel Genres. Additionally, I’m fond of Action-Adventure, Platformers, a variety of Indie titles, the odd shooter, and others. Writing about the industry, in general, is my next step forward as a writer in diversifying how I cover my interests.
Hi, I’m Chris. A certified broadcaster who’s worked on and off in broadcast/online media for years. I watch a lot of movies and play a lot of games. Have a passion for writing and the industry, and have been writing about it for a while now. Play a lot of JRPGs, horror games, fighting games, beat ‘em ups, and boomer shooters. Writing a novel, who knows when it’ll be done.