Following a brief online countdown, Aniplex and Key have announced plans to celebrate the 15th anniversary of visual novel maker Key with a December 22nd press conference announcing plans for the multi-media franchise Angel Beats! as well as a new project. More after the jump.
While fans are still waiting for the Key visual novel, the war between the Afterlife Battlefront and shadows has come to Japanese smartphone. Launched in Japan for iOS and Android on June 30th, Angel Beats！ -Operation Wars- takes the characters and scenario from the 2010 anime and adapts them for a Mobage social puzzle game. More after the jump.
The long anticipated visual novel spin-off of key's Angel Beats! multi-media franchise was supposed to finally be on its way, with the "-1st beat-" slated for PC in 2014. Looks like a broad 2014 time frame is being scratched in favor of an even less specific future listing. More after the jump.
The long anticipated visual novel spin-off of key's Angel Beats! multi-media franchise is finally on its way, with the "-1st beat-" slated for PC in 2014. Check out the latest CG previews from scenes not featured in the anime after the jump.
The long anticipated visual spin-off of key's Angel Beats! multi-media franchise is finally on its way, with the "-1st beat-"slated for 2014. The highschool afterlife story that Jun Maeda introduced in the 2010 anime will be told across 19 character routes in six volumes, starting with Yui, Iwasawa and Matsushita. Check out the official site's preview of the event CG after the jump.
While the notion of a geek obsessed with riding and photographing trains isn't unknown outside Japan, that country probably has one of the more recognizable train otaku subcultures. One result of having that many railways and that many railway obsessed geeks is that you see fans remaking anime openings with just train video. Get a look after the jump.