VisualArts has a habit of announcing projects on April Fool's, including 2008's Rewrite and 2016's Planetarian’s anime. This year, the visual novel publisher posted an English opening movie for the Key developed visual novel Little Busters! In a follow-up, VisualArt's confirmed that the game’s localization is headed to Steam "in a few weeks."
After Visual Arts CEO Takahiro Baba relayed the news in an annual report on Japan's AkibaBlog, visual novel maker Visual Arts shared with English language fans that they are currently (financially) planning an anime of the Little Busters! spinoff Kud Wafter. More after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks has announced its acquisition of Little Busters EX. Adapted from the visual novel Little Busters! Ecstasy, Sentai says that this eight-episode OVA series expands on one high school boy’s adventures into a world that isn’t always what it seems to be. More after the jump.
VisualArts posted on Facebook to announce plans for English releases of the Little Busters! and Tomoyo After~It's a Wonderful Life~ visual novels. Read on for more.
One of the cute figur line's cutest entries, Little Busters! Refrain's "adorable optimist who loves fairy tales" Komari Kamikita is getting a Nendoroid this May. In addition to three expressions, the chibi figure has hair ribbons, donut, lollipop, and even special sitting legs. Get a look after the jump.
Lightning strikes twice in Sentai Filmworks’ newest acquisition: Little Busters! Refrain. Yoshiki Yamakawa (Maid Sama, Kill Me Baby) returns to direct this 26 follow up to the original series. Also returning are Haruko Iizuka, character design and Michiru Shimada, series composition.
Earlier today Sentai Filmworks announced the acquisition of Little Busters! follow-up Little Busters! Refrain, with plans to release it digitally soon and on home video in 2014. More after the jump.
News out of last month's "KSL Live World 2013 way to the Little Busters! ~Refrain~" event was that a Little Busters! EX anime is in the works. Now, Animage has revealed casting for the anime. See who's who after the jump.
J.C.Staff's adaptation of Key's (Kanon, Air, Clannad) sixth visual novel returns in this fall's Little Busters! Refrain, and Warner Brothers Anime has posted a new TV ad to hype the October launch. Get a look after the jump.