According to a Nintendo eShop listing, we now know when to expect the Switch version of Planetarian: The Reverie of a Little Planet. Read on for more.
Take your anime viewing to the next level... watch it with the stars! A new channel lets you experience Planetarian in 3D, thanks to a VR theater setting. Check out screencaps after the jump.
On November 17, the planetarian anime franchise based on Key's visual novel series launched a crowdfunding project for a full 3DVR anime to recreate a planetarium projection scene "Yumemi Hoshino's Starry Sky Commentary" using the cutting-edge 3D motion capture system. Hit the jump for more details and a 15-second demo clip of the full CG Yumemi.
Key's Planetarian visual novel has been a highly regarded title for the developer since its initial Japanese release in 2007. With the anime adaptation having premiered last year to critical acclaim, its only fitting that the special version would be screened in an actual planetarium, owing to the setting of the game in an abandoned planetarium. Hit the jump for details
Following the streaming of the final fifth episode of the web series last night, the official website for the planetarian anime project has posted a new two-minute trailer for its upcoming feature film edition "Hoshi no Hito" to be released in Japan on September 3. Check the clip after the jump!
As Funimation continues its roll-out of "Dubcast" programming, the anime distributor has announced the English voice casts for four more of summer 2016's anime series. See who's who after the jump.
At this weekend's Anime Expo panel, Funimation announced that the anime distributor has acquired the licenses for Drifters, the new anime from Hellsing creator Kouta Hirano and Your Name (Kimi no Na w), the new film from director Makoto Shinkai, which they will be releasing in theaters and on home video. More after the jump.
The official website for the anime project based on Key's planetarian Chiisana Hoshi no Yume/The Reverie of a Little Planet visual novel has posted preview videos for the ED song "Twinkle Starlight" and an image song "Worlds Pain" for the upcoming five-episode web anime series. Check the songs after the jump.
Plans for the anime adaptation of Key's (Kanon, Air, Clannad, Angel Beats!, Little Busters!) visual novel planetarian - Dream of Little Star, initially announced on April 1st, have been defined with news that JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's David Production will be animating a series five of "Dream of Little Star" net-episodes debuting July 7, leading into a
"Star Person" anime movie, opening September 3rd. Check out the visual and preview after the jump.