Following up on today's earlier news about the Japanese release of Muramasa Rebirth's final DLC chapter, Aksys Games has info on the localization. Titled "Hell is Where the Heart Is," the fourth and final tale from the Genroku Legends series hits PSN in North America and Europe on September 2 and 3, respectively. More after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks mixes some recently announced licenses, such as Oda Nobuna, with Blu-ray releases of older titles, such as Detroit Metal City, in their newly laid out December release plans. See what they have in store after the jump.
New preview videos of the Character Song Series albums for Rin, Nagisa and Rei from Free!-Eternal Summer- have been posted and vols. 3, 4 and 5 in the series will be on sale on the same day of September 3rd in Japan for 1200 yen each. Watch all 3 videos after the jump!
Costume maker atelier spana has posted the photos of their trip to last weekend's Comiket, in which they showcased an amazing costume of One Piece's gladiator Rebecca. While they received compliments on the perfect measurements, they do say that some staff members observed that it was a little too exposed. See their secret after the jump.
It's now less than two weeks away from the September 3rd Japanese release of the ninth and final volume of Kill La Kill home video, with its accompanying OVA episode. To promote this, an early look at this last collection's packaging has been posted online. Check out the complete set below.
The main reason I visited the Kotobukiya Akihabara store on Sunday was "Brothers Conflict Museum," a special exhibition for the popular Japanese novel/game/anime series, which was held at the building's event space called "Kotobukiya Base Akiba" on the fifth floor from August 11 to 17. Check the photo report after the jump.
The new Sailor Moon - Petite Étrangère- musical, based on the Chibi Usa/Dark Kingdom storyline, will be performed at AiiA Theater Tokyo from August 21 to 31, then at Umeda Arts Theater's Theater Drama City in Osaka from September 5 to 7, and then, for the first time for the Japanese cast, go overseas to Shanghai in Japan 2015. Check out the cast's conference after the jump.
Anime Mirai was launched in 2010 with the aim of fostering the talent of young animators through on-the-job training by funding the production of shorts. 2014's works included Yasuhiro Yoshiura's (Time of Eve, Patema Inverted) Ultra Super Pictures production Harmonie, which Kadokawa will now be releasing on DVD and Blu-ray November 28th. Get a look after the jump.
Japan’s massive Comic Market event may have wrapped up last weekend, but now video footage of the incredible cosplay that was on display are available for your viewing pleasure. Watch after the jump!
Atlus USA is here with even more Persona 4 Arena Ultimax trailers. The latest focuses on Adachi and Marie, who will arrive as "FreeLC" (get it?) for the first week after the fighting game sequel launches in North America. See them along with a Japanese trailer for Margaret after the jump.
In just a little over a month you'll be able to dig into Kadokawa Game Studio's inaugural game, Natural Doctrine. The challenging tactical RPG is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita with cross-play and cross-save features, and NIS America has a few tips for survival in the latest trailer after the jump.
When it comes to games with a heavy emphasis on story—or even spin-offs that exist in a world in which narrative is normally king—it's understandable if some people just want to experience the tale being told. That's a possibility thanks to a special mode in action spin-off Danganronpa: Another Episode. Hit the jump for more.
Depending on how much actual basketball you've watched, anime like Slam Dunk and Kuroko's Basketball might paint a bit of a skewed picture. Squishguin's latest video shows the difference with a quick but effective look at basketball in real life vs. basketball in anime after the jump.
Final Fantasy Explorers was recently given a Japanese release date of December 18, and now Square Enix is rolling out some introduction trailers. The first batch offers up a quick look at three of the action-RPG's job classes—Knight, Monk, and Black Mage—after the jump.
The series of Muramasa Rebirth's Genroku Legends DLC chapters is about to come to an end. The fourth and final chapter, "Tsunokakushi Onna Jigoku," is set to arrive in Japan on August 28, and will be priced at ¥500 ($5). Hit the jump for the debut trailer.