Early this morning, on 28th October, reports of an unidentified machine has crash landed into Radio Kaikan, Akihabara has been confirmed.
El Psy Congroo?
The latest reports have confirmed the crashed machine is indeed a man-made satellite and has crashed into the top floor of the Radio Kaikan. The following images from onlookers and amateur photos has confirmed this as well.
The morning paper also reports the crash site at Radio Kaikan. What could this mean?
Okay, I'm all out of waffle. It seems the satellite was hoisted up on Radio Kaikan late last night. This was all a PR event to market the "Steins Gate 8bit" game with was just released today. Still, pretty awesome, don't you think?
The following are images of the last night's hard efforts by the workers on lifting up the "satellite" as carefully as possible without shattering any glass windows or, worse, bringing down the whole building. Of course, that would make the reconstruction of the Radio Kaikan faster, as it is currently closed for renovation since July 2011 due to not meeting earthquake regulations. The new 12-floor Radio Kaikan will be ready by 2014.
The illustration from the game. Perfectly replicated IMO.
Steins Gate 8bit is now available.