A PS4 demo is now available for Arc System Works' Kill la Kill: IF fighting game, so PQube launched a new English play guide video to get everyone ready for action. If you plan on trying it out for yourself, check out the primer after the jump.
Aniplex of America is getting ready to expand your anime Blu-ray library! Home video releases have been announced for Fate/Zero, Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel] THE MOVIE II: lost butterfly, KILL la KILL, Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, and I want to eat your pancreas. Get the details, from release dates to bonus extras, after the jump!
PQube is back with two more character trailers for Kill la Kill - IF. The fighting game from Arc System Works launches on PS4 and Switch later this month, and you can watch as Nui Harime and Ragyo Kiryuin throw down in the videos after the jump.
Ready to meet your number-one bestie? A new figma of Mako Mankanshoku is available for pre-order from the Crunchyroll Store, and she's armed with flags and friendship! Take a look, and find out where to get yours, after the jump.
The character introductions continue for Kill la Kill: IF, which is now a little under a month out from its launch on PS4, Switch, and PC. The latest pairing represents half of the Elite Four, so watch as Houka and Nonon make their grand entrances after the jump.
Hot on the heels of the Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin clips, Kill la Kill: IF is back with another pair of character introduction trailers. This time you can see how the playable versions of Ira Gamagoori and Uzu Sanageyama look in Arc System Works' fighter after the jump.
Beginning with Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann at Gainax, they’ve put out hot titles that have stirred the hearts of viewers, and among anime fans they’re a well-renowned golden tag team—Kazuki Nakashima and Director Hiroyuki Imaishi. Read about the secret stories behind their work after the jump!
Kill la Kill: IF turns Trigger's battle anime into a fighting game from developer Arc System Works, and now we have some character trailers, the first two of which focus on Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin.
The anime studio TRIGGER is behind such works as Gurren Lagann, Kill la Kill as well as their newest creation Promare. But how was this studio founded, and how was it able to create such masterpieces? We asked two prominent members of the studio about its history. Read on for more!