The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Shouji Sato's gun action manga Triage X today announced its premiere schedule, additional voice cast, ED song artist, with the first PV introducing main characters with their voices. Check the latest information after the jump!
Viz Media's Shojo Beat label has announced a pair of manga to close out 2015 and start 2016. Bloody Maryby Akaza Samamiya is scheduled for December. That's followed by Honey So Sweet by Amu Meguro in January. More after the jump.
Back in December it was announced that those who pick up the Wii U version of Rodea the Sky Soldier in Japan will receive the original unreleased Wii version of the game, as well. NIS America is bringing Yuji Naka's high-flying action to the west, and anyone worried that they'll miss out on the bonus can rest easy. More after the jump.
On January 7, a pair of gunmen attacked French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which had attracted attention for its depiction of Islamic figures. Revered anime director Hayao Miyazaki touched on the subject on TBS radio, and in keeping with his complex political views, he questioned the wisdom of Charlie Hebdo's cartoon. The magazine responded, and in keeping with their approach, they weren't having any of Miyazaki's proffered point of view.
Recently, if you Google image searched the name of a World War II Japanese warship, the results would be flooded with KanColle kanmusu ship girls. In the case of Yamato Class Battleship Musashi, that was upended this week because Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen announced the discovery of her wreckage. More after the jump.
Japanese fans of Assassination Classroom will now have the opportunity to be quizzed by Koro-sensei thanks to a new Android smart phone app. Hit the jump to see video of the app in action.
Nintendo 3DS owners in Japan are getting their first taste of Theatrhythm Dragon Quest soon, with a demo officially scheduled to hit the eShop on March 11. The demo will feature two songs, one from Dragon Quest III and one from Dragon Quest V. Hit the jump for more, including a new trailer.
This week's issue of Famitsu reveals the release date for Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho. The open-world romance adventure game is coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in Japan on June 4, with the PS3 version set at ¥6,980 ($58) and the PS4's at ¥7,480 ($63). Read on for more.
Time will tell if this ends up being a peanut-butter-and-chocolate situation, but Sega has something in the works with Pokémon developer Game Freak. Western press outlets received the note below, teasing the upcoming collaboration. Hit the jump for more.
It seems like Dragon Ball XenoVerse might really have it all: new villains, time travel, and an original story that gives you a whole new look at DBZ's timeless tale. But even with all that, is the formula still staying strong, or changing at all? Hit the jump to find out all about what this new title has to offer!
The Ani x Soccer collaboration that teams up three teams from the J2 League with No-Rin, Girls und Panzer, and Amagi Brilliant Park will feature custom character goods and six soccer matches. Hit the jump to learn more.
Square Enix recently shared the first screens for its Mevius Final Fantasy mobile game, and now we have a brief snippet of footage. See how the Android and iOS RPG looks in motion in the GDC 2015 video after the jump.
In 2013, James Harvey's Bartkira Project was a comics event where every participant takes five pages from the original Akira manga, to collectively redraw Katsuhiro Otomo's entirety of the work in their own styles with characters from The Simpsons. Given the parameters, it took almost 500 international participants to get through the six volumes of the original epic. The work is getting more attention with an exhibit at non-neo Tokyo's Gallery Hakusen.
Yesterday publisher Seven Seas Entertainment announced plans to enter the world of tabletop gaming via its newly-formed Seven Seas Games imprint. The division's first anime license was promised today, and the result is a dandy guy in space! Seven Seas Games announced the launch of a Kickstarter for Space Dandy: Galactic Deck-Building Game, which hopes to rope in a cool $12,000 in the next 35 days. Hit the jump for more.
The third and final volume of the Ryou Akizuki illustrated Kill La Kill manga was released in Japan this week. Along with this, pre-orders launched for the third volume of Saki Nonoyama's modern-Japan set alternate universe Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann - Otoko Doahou! Hen manga, featuring a limited edition with a special variant of the Fräulein Revoltech 010 Yoko Littner figure. A selection of participating bookstores are promoting these with special crossover art.