Back in May, plans were revealed for a Kizumonogatari virtual reality experience on PlayStation VR, and now we have a release date for the collaboration between Sony, Aniplex, and Kayac. Kizumonogatari VR will be available as a free download when it hits the PlayStation Store in Japan on July 12. Read on for more.
Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu hits Blu-ray and DVD in Japan on July 12, and a flashy commercial is here to hype up the release. Even if you've already seen the final part of the Kizumonogatari anime film trilogy—Aniplex of America brought it to select theaters in the U.S. last month—it's worth giving the latest home video promo a peek.
When simply watching the Kizumonogatari movies isn't enough for you, it's time to turn to the ever-trusty PlayStation VR. Sony teamed up with Aniplex and Kayac to announce Kizumonogatari VR, which lets players take a look back at the anime film trilogy along with the powerful vampire Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade. Read on for more.
Aniplex of America announced today at their industry panel at Anime Milwaukee (Milwaukee,WI), their plans to premiere -KIZUMONOGATARI- PART 3: REIKETSU in the U.S,distributed by AZOLAND PICTURES in the original Japanese language with English subtitles. Aniplex of America also confirmed that theater patrons will receive an exclusive giveaway item with each purchased ticket while supplies last. More after the jump.
The story of Koyomi Araragi and the iron-blooded, hot-blooded, cold-blooded vampire: Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade got to its cold-blooded part in Kizumonogatari III: Reiketsu-hen, which opned Japanese theaters on January 6th. The distributors have figured that six weeks would be a good time for otaku to revisit the feature, so, February 11-17, theater goes can get a special A5 portrait of Araragi and Kiss-Shot.
Golden Week is almost over and Koyomi Araragi has some business to wrap up with iron-blooded, hot-blooded, cold-blooded vampire: Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade in Kizumonogatari III: Reiketsu-hen. The trilogy's finale is set to open in Japan on January 6th, so, along with the launch of a countdown to the December 21 home video release of part 2, a new promo has been published.