Koei Tecmo shared another video of Omega Force's Attack on Titan game this week, showing off more of the battle system. See how to avoid becoming Titan food in the promo after the jump.
A pair of pictures have surfaced on social media depicting the creation of a massive snow sculpture featuring characters form Hajime Isayama's break-out hit manga and TV anime, Attack on Titan, for the upcoming 2016 Sapporo Snow Festival. Hit the jump to check them out.
Capcom is gearing up to debut its previously-revealed Attack on Titan: Team Battle arcade game. The four-player co-op game was originally announced at 2015's Japan Amusement Expo, and it will be making its debut at this year's event. More after the jump.
In the mists of time, at some point in between when humans were writing cuneiform and when the average second-grader who get 40 words a minute on their smartphone, typing games offered a fun way of learning layout of a keyboard. Like the series' re-emerging threat, the genre is returning with Attack on Typing. More after the jump.
If you've been holding out for a more substantial preview of Omega Force's Attack on Titan game, Koei Tecmo has you covered with the third full promo. The four-minute preview features plenty of Titan-fighting action, event scenes, and, naturally, a few mild spoilers for anyone who hasn't seen what the anime adaptation covers. Hit the jump for more.
Omega Force's upcoming Attack on Titan action game has its own four-step flow, from chatting up other characters at camp to engaging in Titan-toppling battles. Thankfully there's a handy guide in the "Teach Me, Captain Levi" feature, taking us through the steps one by one. Hit the jump for some clips.
Kodansha Comics has announced their first OVA release, following the pattern of Japanese limited editions. Special editions of Attack on Titan 18, scheduled for April, and 19, scheduled for August, priced at $19.99 each, will feature subtitled DVDs of the "No Regrets" Levi shoujo prequel manga adaptation.
This weekend, Universal Studios Japan is launching the sequel to their hit Cool Japan attractions with new editions of their Attack on Titan: The Real, Evangelion: The Read 4D, Biohazard/Resident Evil: The Escape, and Monster Hunter: The Real, joined by a new attraction with pop oddity Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. A social media promotional campaign, contribution to which can be rewarded with tickets, is livened up with new Titan animation and Eva mech design.
After wrapping up its 11 volume run in February, Naoshi Arakawa's Your Lie In April ended 2015 with quite the accolade. The series from Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Magazine was named by One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda for a segment on Japanese TV as the manga he's most jealous of, explaining that it took his mind off work when crunching for deadlines.
Some more information on Omega Force and Koei Tecmo's upcoming Attack on Titan game recently came out of a Famitsu interview with director Tomoyuki Kitamura and producer Hisashi Koinuma. Those wondering who all they'll be able to play as can look forward to ten playable characters, including Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Krista, Sasha, Connie, Jean, Levi, Hange, and Erwin. More after the jump.