Ameno Wata and Kagami Kaka, the first two new virtual Youtubers from a Hyogo-based company HartsN's entertainment division "9ZLabo," posted their first videos on YouTube simultaneously on November 1. The two girls were designed by acclaimed game illustrator Itaru Hinoue, known for her works for Key's famous visual novel Kanon (1999), AIR (2000), and CLANNAD (2004). Learn more about them after the jump!
Limited Run Games has been putting out some great physical releases, and the company's latest tackles a classic visual novel. In partnership with Prototype, VisualArts, Key, and Sekai Project, Limited Run announced plans to bring a limited edition physical release of the Switch version of Clannad to the west. Read on for more.
Spend the holidays with your favorite anime high-schoolers! Nico Nico is teaming up with KyoAni for the "Youth Anime Marathon," featuring free broadcasts of popular series from the studio. Get the full run-down after the jump!
You have a few options for your July 4 activities this year. If you're in the states, you might have a family or friend gathering to attend, for instance. Or, if you're a fan of visual novels, you might want to spend the entire day sobbing uncontrollably while you play Clannad on Switch! Read on for more.
It's been 15 years since classic romance visual novel Clannad first launched on PC, and its next stop is Nintendo Switch. Publisher Prototype announced an official release date for Japan, lining the Switch version up for a June 4 launch. Read on for more.
The Clannad visual novel previously made the leap to PS4, and now it's time for Nintendo's console to get some love. According to the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine, Clannad is coming to Switch in Japan in spring of 2019. Read on for more.
If you've been eagerly looking forward to the English PS4 release of Clannad, your time has come… in the U.S. at least. Prototype will be launching the visual novel on the U.S. PlayStation Store today, June 21, with a digital price tag of $44.99. Read on for more.
Anime has a way of separating itself from other forms of media, both in its style and the way certain oddities propogate across the medium. Character quirks like a wayward hair, an angry way of showing love, or a strange obsession dark powers show up pretty often and beg to be made into lists. Anime-Planet has gone one further, categorizing them and letting you vote for the ones you love and hate! Hit the jump to see the top 5 in each area for a fan favorite, hair antenna!