With the series set to premiere April 11th, the countdown to the second season of Date a Live is on. To prepare fans, a five-minute recap of the first adaptation of Kōshi Tachibana and Tsunako's light novel series has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
The website for this spring's second season of Date a Live has been updated with a new visual for the anime adaptation of Kōshi Tachibana and Tsunako's light novel series, along with a half dozen new cast members. Get a look after the jump.
Compile Heart and developer Sting promised a proper reveal of the second Date A Live game, and Dengeki delivered. Date A Live: Arusu Install is a visual novel that has a story with some cyberspace elements, and it's set for a summer release on PlayStation 3 in Japan. Screens and more past the break.
Kadokawa has posted a "long" two minute promo for spring's Date A Live II anime, and a long with it, a web site update reveals that Minori Chihara will voice Miku Izayoi, a idol/spirit introduced in volume 6 of Kōshi Tachibana and Tsunako's light novel series. Get a look after the jump.
We’ve seen some in-progress pictures of Date A Live’s Yoshino, but Kahotan gave us a beautiful look at the figure just ahead of going up for pre-order. Check out the girl, the accessories, and the adorable stand after the jump.
Around this time last month a teaser site was opened for the next Date a Live game, which is in the works at Compile Heart and developer Sting (Knights in the Nightmare, Baroque). Now we have a time frame to look forward to some initial details. More after the jump.
Following up on the preview that ended the first season, Kadokawa has posted a promo for Date A Live II, spring 2014's second adaptation of the light novel series by Kōshi Tachibana and Tsunako. Get a look after the jump.
There's a new game in the works for Date a Live, Kōshi Tachibana and illustrator Tsunako's light novel series that's also gearing up for an April anime follow-up. Hit the jump for the teaser site and more.
Spring's Date a Live anime ended with the announcement of a second season of the light novel adaptation. Well timed for the new, ninth book, "Natsumi Change," and OVA 13th episode, the official anime site has been updated with news that the second anime is planned for April 2014. More after the jump.