While there still hasn't been anything specific officially announced, with advanced tickets going on sale, Sumida, Tokyo's TOHO Cinemas Kinshicho has listed a September 30th open date for the first part of the Fate/stay night[Heaven's Feel] anime movie trilogy. More after the jump.
This year's huge slate of Type-Moon projects includes a theatrical anime adaptation of visual novel Fate/stay night's "Heaven's Feel" route, in which Sakura Matō is the heroine. Tickets go on sale at theaters across Japan on February 18th, and to prepare, art for the accompanying bonus clearfile has been previewed.
Maybe it was the flood of plans for 2017 or a rest before Ordinal Scale puts Sword Art Online back on top. Regardless, the new, March issue of anime magazine has Fate/Stay Night back on the top of the character rankings. Get a look after the jump.
Fate/Extella takes the plot of the Fate franchise from Holy Grail Wars to the moon and beyond. A surprisingly clean and innovative hack and slash title with a lot of flash and even more charm. See how a few small mechanics and big personalites made this game a blast, after the jump!
On New Year's, along with the broadcast of the Fate/Grand Order anime special, a major slate of Fate/ projects was announced or updated. To introduce this all, they got the grudging help of Demon Archer/Oda Nobunaga (CV Rie Kugimiya), Sakura Saber/Souji Okita (CV Aoi Yuuki) and Rider/Medusa (Yū Asakawa). And, today, Type-Moon posted the festivities. Get a look after the jump.
With the New Year's Fate/Grand Order special, a big slate of Fate/ plans were rolled out. The most familiar, maybe most anticipated of these is the theatrical anime adaptation of visual novel Fate/stay night's "Heaven's Feel" route." The trilogy of anime movies is launching in 2017 with Tomonori Sudou, animation director/character designer of ufotable's Unlimited Blade Works TV anime, as director. A new preview has offered the latest look.