Upgraded action game Samurai Warriors 4-II is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita in Japan on February 11, 2015. Some of the enhancements include Infinite Castle mode, improved systems for character and weapons growth, event scenes, new stages, and the ability to play as Ii Naomasa for the first time. See the debut trailer after the jump.
Mega Man fans have some more action to look forward to on Wii U Virtual Console. The latest addition to the Game Boy Advance lineup is Mega Man Zero, which was originally released on Nintendo's portable back in 2002. More after the jump.
Square Enix has its own version of in-game propaganda with the latest Final Fantasy Type-0 HD trailer. Following up on the Orience News Special Report, we have the members of Class Zero painted as a bunch of in-fighting no-goodniks in the Traitors of Orience trailer.
Steins;Gate original character designer Ryohei Fuke, also known as 'Huke,' has posted a look at Steins;Gate VW 5, a book celebrating the sci-fi adventure's fifth anniversary, prepared for Comiket 87.
An early look at the announcement of a Haikyuu!! anime sequel from Shonen Jump's 2015 double 4/5 issue, on sale December 22nd, has now been spotted, confirming plans for a second season of the volleyball anime. Get a look after the jump.
While the Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan anime is still officially a 2015 production, voice actress Aya Hirano has given her Twitter followers more specific scheduling information. More after the jump.
Following guest appearances by Shizuka and Mirai in previous offerings The IdolM@ster: All For One completes Million Live!'s core trio with DLC pack eight's introduction of Ibuki Tsubasa (voiced by Machico). This update for the PS3 idol-raising simulation/rhythm game is scheduled for December 25. Check it out after the jump.
A new set of designs have been previewed for next spring's My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU.Sequel anime been published. Production has moved from Brains Base to feel. on the 2015 series with Outbreak Company's Kie Oikawa replacing Ai Yoshimura as director. A Certain Magical Index/Scientific's Yuichi Tanaka similarly takes over character design duties from Yuu Shindou. Get a look after the jump.
Media Factory has posted a promo for the upcoming anime adaptation of Aria AA, Shogako Tachibana's manga spin-off of Chūgaku Akamatsu and Kobuichi's Aria the Scarlet Ammo light novel series. Get a look after the jump.
TV Tokyo's official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of KOEI Tecmo's popular hack and slash video game series Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors today posted a 40-second PV featuring the two Sanada brothers, Yukimura (Takeshi Kusao) and Nobuyuki (Daisuke Ono). Check the latest clip after the jump.
The top 10 highest-grossing Japanese films of 2014 has been listed by Eiga.com. Takashi Yamazaki directed the top two films, Eien no Zero (The Eternal Zero) and Stand By Be Doraemon, earning an amazing 17.14 billion yen (about US$145 million) in total. Check the top 10 list after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming live-action adaptation film of Akimi Yoshida's awards-winning manga Umimachi Diary (Seaside Town Diary) today posted a 30-second teaser introducing the four Kouda sisters played by Ayase Haruka (Sachi), Masami Nagasawa (Yoshino), Kaho (Chika), and Suzu Hirose (Suzu). Check the latest clip and poster visual after the jump.
The team up between American rock band KISS and Japanese idol group Momoiro Clover Z, untitled when announced last month, now has a name. Momoclo's 13th single, "Yume no Ukiyo ni Saitemina,” is set to be released internationally January 28th via iTunes in 120 countries. The Japanese physical release is coming in Momoclo edition with CD and Blu-Ray and KISS Edition with CD.
Based out of Shibuya, Tokyo, galaxxxy is a clothing brand known for their ‘80s pop influenced, brilliantly colorful club wear. Naruto gets their trademark retro look starting this weekend with a Kyubbi shirt featuring a calligraphic "9," available in orange, purple and black starting December 20th for 3800 yen. More after the jump.
The Twitter feed for Death Parade has announced that NoisyCell, the band that performed the ending for Barakamon, will also be doing the ending for the anime TV series follow-up to Yuzuru Tachikawa's Madhouse produced Anime Mirai short Death Billiards. More after the jump.