Good Smile Company continues their second round of Love Live! Nendoroid figures with the Training Outfit Ver. of the gentle and innocent Kotori-chan! The super deformed figure comes with smiling and pleading expression, Nendoroid sized sketchbook she uses to plan the μ’s members outfits and a special 'holding hands' hand part is also included for use with the 'Ima wa Bokura no Naka de' Nendoroid series.
There aren't many details at the moment, but a new Attack on Titan game project was revealed in the pages of the 17th Japanese volume of Hajime Isayama's manga. All we know at the moment is that Koei Tecmo is behind it and it's coming to an unspecified PlayStation platform. Read on for more.
Kugane Maruyama and so-bin's nine-volume Overlord fantasy light novel series is enjoying quite a bump from this season's Madhouse anime adaptation. Going into today's broadcast of episode five, an announcement boasted that Enterbrain's books are getting a 600,000 copy reprint run, pushing the total count over the one million milestone. More after the jump.
Noboru Iguchi, AV filmmaker turned director of over-the-top and gross-out flicks like Zombie Ass, Machine Girl and Robogeisha, has been introduced as the director of an upcoming TV drama adaptation of Akira Hiramoto's award-winning Prison School manga. More after the jump.
Kidrobot's long-awaited series of Mega Man toys are being released on August 04, 2015. Hit the jump to check them out.
Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace are teaming up on side-scrolling RPG Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, and this week's Famitsu has it set for a November 26 release on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan. Pre-orders come with an illustration book by Mino Taro and a soundtrack by Motoi Sakuraba. Teaser and more after the jump.
Any Arslan: The Warriors of Legend news is good news now that we know it's coming to the west. Koei Tecmo's Musou-style take on The Heroic Legend of Arslan adds two more characters to its roster, Alfreed and Kishward, as revealed in a preview of this week's Famitsu magazine. Hit the jump for more.
Over the weekend Arnie Roth, producer and music director for Distant Worlds: music from Final Fantasy, referred to a remake of Final Fantasy XII at a concert in Piitsburgh. He has since released a statement on Facebook, clarifying that he used the term "remake" in error. More after the jump.
A game based on My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! was announced for Japan in June, and now its destination has been confirmed. According to the latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, SNAFU TOO! is in the works for PS Vita. Hit the jump for more.
If you were looking forward to playing Metal Gear Online when Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches on September 1, you'll have to push that excitement back a bit. Konami announced a delay for the online component of Hideo Kojima's massive new game, lining MGO up for consoles on October 6, followed by PC in January 2016. More after the jump.
Crunchyroll is teaming up with Media Blasters to bring more dubs to the streaming service. Dubbed versions of both Ladies versus Butlers and Charger Girl Juden-chan are coming soon, and will be available to Crunchyroll members in the United States and Canada. Read on for more.
The first part of the two-part live-action film adaptation of Hajime Isayama's mega hit manga series Attack on Titan finally released on 427 screens in Japan last Saturday. Despite its mixed reviews due to many changes from the original, the Shinji Higuchi-directed film had a narrow win over Minions in its first weekend. Hit the jump for more details.
Need a refresher course on Frieza before Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' starts its North American theatrical run this week? DBZ's Frieza Saga takes up episodes 75-107 in the anime adaptation, but the folks at Mega64 have you covered with a sweded reenactment that condenses the arc into a more digestible five minutes after the jump.
In the final day of its month-long KickStarter campaign, Studio 4°C's (TekkonKinkreet, Genius Party, the Berserk movies, the newer Thundercats) effort to raise $150,000 to crowdfund production of the "Red Ash –Magicicada"- anime short passed its goal, and then some! Wrapping up today, the project raised $162,882 in pledges from 1,869 backers. More after the jump.
For a limited, 24-hour period, TOHO animation is presenting the fourth Himouto! Umaru-chan short. The Dragon Ball spoof be offered as a bonus feature on the summer anime's second Blu-ray collection, set to be released in Japan October 26th. Get a look after the jump.