A couple of eagerly awaited fan favorites are finally on their way to arcade version of Examu (Arcana Heart) developed crossover fighting game Nitroplus Blasters: Infinite Heroines Duel. The next four additions include the Fate/zero version of Saber and Ethica Kibanohara from the upcoming Tokyo Necro as playable characters. Meanwhile Super Sonico and Psycho-Pass' Akane Tsunemori join as support characters.
MAGES./5pb. producer Makoto Asada has announced on Twitter that voice recording for the upcoming Xbox ONE exclusive Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness. Asada comments "little color starts to be applied to the story. It’s exciting." More after the jump.
With the Psycho-Pass movie in Japanese theaters, Shunya Yamashita, best known for designing Kotobukiya's bishoujo figures of the heroines of DC, Marvel, Street Fighter, Tekken and Star Wars, has posted his take on film's version of Akane Tsunemori. Shirow Miwa, known for his work on the manga Dogs and with the band Supercell has done an Enforcer version of Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls' Takeuchi-P, as well as Durarara!! tribute.
With the Psycho-Pass movie in theaters, Noitamina has treated fans to a look at its opening. The sequence, set to Ling Tosite Sigure theme "Who What Who What" is online through 23:59 January 18th, Japan time. Get a look after the jump.
Special ramen dishes created in collaboration with the currently-showing feature film PSYCHO-PASS are now offered at selected ramen shops in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Hokkaido for a limited time of one month till February 9. The collaboration project is produced by online Ramen/Tsukemen store Takumen.com. Check the details after the jump.
The highly-anticipated feature film edition of PSYCHO-PASS opened on 103 screens in Japan last Friday, January 9. Though it received "R15+" rating due to its strong violence, it debuted 4th in the weekend box office, earning an impressive 136,899,100 yen on 93,164 admissions. Hit the jump for more details.
Japanese Psycho-Pass fans with a sweet tooth are in for a treat this month thanks to a collaboration between Psycho-Pass: The Movie and confectionery shop Patisserie Swallowtail. The promotion kicked off alongside the film's January 9 opening, with a variety of themed sweets on sale at the K-BOOKS location in Akihabara through January 26. Hit the jump for more.
The highly-anticipated feature film edition of PSYCHO-PASS is finally released in Japan today, January 9. At the same time, the official website for the anime project posted a two-minute new trailer to introduce the highlight scenes from the sequel film, which takes place four years after the first TV anime. Check the latest clip after the jump!