Two new cast members have been announced for Days, an upcoming TV anime adaptation based on the soccer manga by Kōnosuke Uda that is serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine. Hit the jump to learn more.
One Piece: Burning Blood hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PS Vita in North America today, with a European release to follow on June 3. Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe marked the occasion with a new trailer celebrating the fighter's launch, so check out the latest collection of footage in the video after the jump.
Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed Secret of the Princess, a standalone high school romance yuri manga by Milk Morinaga, for an English language release in February of 2017. Hit the jump to learn more.
Square Enix's Active Time Report Community Special included a special thank you from the Final Fantasy XV community team to those who follow the @FFXVJP Twitter account. Jam along to some familiar tunes and enjoy the montage of chilling and Chocobo riding in the video after the jump.
Oni chief Shuten-dōji is one the biggies of Japanese mythology. According to one of his origin stories, he was a "pretty boy," who spurned all female admirers, until, while burning their love letters, he was confused by the females and became a monstrous oni. Well, Shuten-dōji certainly kept their prettiness for their introduction to Fate/Grand Order, with designs by Raita Honjou.
Originally released in Japan in 2014, with western releases following in summer 2015, the next stop for PlayStation 4 hack-and-slasher Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is PC. The release is right around the corner on June 1, and the Steam page is now live. More after the jump.
Production I.G has posted on their site (Ghost in the Shell, Psycho-Pass, relevent here, Namco x Capcom) that the studio has been tapped to animate scenes for Persona 5. More after the jump.
Those who enjoyed the action-packed co-op of Resident Evil 5 can look forward to a beefed-up version next month. Capcom announced plans to release the fifth entry on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with additions like an improved frame rate, previously-released DLC, and The Mercenaries United and No Mercy modes. More after the jump.
Jump Shueisha publisher has laid out plans for a fall release of their Manga Guide To the History of Japan, with cover art from a selection of high profile authors. Jojo's Bizarre Adventure author Hirohiko Araki will be covering volume 2, about the seventh century CE Asuka Period and volume 18, about the post-war occupation period, and a preview of his take on Douglas MacArthur is commanding a prominent position on the promo material.
Ace Attorney 6—officially localized in the west as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice—is getting ready for its June 9 launch in Japan, so Capcom is here with a new TV commercial. See some quick bursts of courtroom drama in the 15-second CM after the jump.
GSC has recently presented an interesting selection of upcoming figma poseable figures. Ably representing the line's cute-girl mainstays are the playable Caster from the Fate/EXTRA games and a jersey version of [email protected]'s Mio Honda. Then, for bishonen, the line has sword-as-cute-boys game Touken Ranbu -ONLINE's Okurikara. And, getting even more unconventional is Kogure Kenzo from 1979 cop drama Seibu Keisatsu and Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man!
Acquire is preparing to follow the act of the Akiba's Trip games with a new action-RPG called Akiba's Beat. The sequel is featured in this week's issue of Famitsu, with a teaser website now live, and it's officially set to launch on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan this fall. Read on for more.
Joining the leads announced last month the fall 2016 TV anime adaptation of Sho Futamata's prison action comedy manga Nanbaka has announced cast for the series' chief jailer and guards. Gintama's Shinji Takamatsu helms the Satelight (Macross, Symphogear) production with Mitsutaka Hirota (Bakumatsu Rock, Fairy Musketeers) writing the scripts. See who's who after the jump.
Fate/Extella is an action-oriented, Musou-style take on the Fate series that was announced back in March, and now it has a release date. As revealed in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, Marvelous is bringing the action to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on November 10. Hit the jump for more.