Arpeggio of Blue Steel is on its way to Japanese arcades as a pachislot machine! Check out the latest PV, featuring new animation, voice work, and a brand new song just for the game. Hit the jump for more!
This week on "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog", we set sail for the seven seas with fleets of super-powered ships that may or may not also be moe anime girls in 2013's science fiction manga to 3DCG TV anime adaptation, Arpeggio of Blue Steel. Hit the jump to embark.
Wargaming's World of Warships is joining forces with the Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- anime. The collaboration will let players take on missions that offer the reward of controlling battleships with skins inspired by the series, with more vessels to be added as the event continues. Each Fleet of Fog ship will have its own Arpeggio ship commander in the form of Mental Models (humanoid AI avatars), and there's also a Port inspired by the series. Video and more after the jump.
Flying Dog has posted a five-minute preview video for all six songs from "Blue Destiny," the second mini album of the three-member voice actress unit Trident from the Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- anime series. The album contains the theme song for the upcoming second film, Cadenza, to be released in Japan on October 3. Check their new songs after the jump.
Shochiku will release the second DVD/Blu-ray from its Weapon Front-Line series, which introduces Japan Self-Defense Forces' weapons and equipment. The disc comes with a sticker of Takao from the Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- anime series and special footage featuring her voice actress Manami Numakura. Check the trailer after the jump.
Coming this January, the sentient warships of Arpeggio of Blue Steel return in compilation movie DC. Joining them will be voice actross M.A.O as the student council leader-like Hiei, Kongō's second in command and de facto leader of the Second Oriental Fleet. More after the jump.