A new preivew for the Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken anime has been accompanied by news that cast members Minami Tanaka and Nozomi Yamamoto will perform the ending "Kanashimi ga Jidai wo Tokeru" as the vocal unit Zähre, the single for which will be released February 24th. fripSide perform opening "White Forces," which will be released in a single with the visual novel opening “1983-Schwarzesmarken-" on February 10th.
Originally schedule to be released in September, the first of a pair of Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken visual novels, based on the spin-off light novels, is set to be released November 27th, leading into January's anime. The opening for Schwarzesmarken: Kouketsu no Monshou, featuring fripSide theme “1983-Schwarzesmarken-," has been posted. Get a look after the jump.
The Kickstarter campaign for the original Muv-Luv visual novel trilogy has been doing extremely well since it launched, and today it closes with a bang. The final tally brings the crowd-funding effort to over $1.2 million of its initial $250,000 goal, unlocking every stretch goal along the way. Hit the jump for more.
The team behind the Muv-Luv visual novel Kickstarter—which reached its $250,000 goal in no time and is now sitting at a little over $750,000—recently revealed a final stretch goal. If the campaign hits $900,000 before the end, a physical version of the Muv-Luv Alternative CODEX will be produced. More after the jump.
The already-WAY-successfully funded Kickstarter campaign for the English localization of the Muv-Luv visual novels is still going strong, and recently added physical bundle reward tiers for the PS Vita version. Meanwhile, the Muv-Luv trilogy is also making its way to PS Vita in Japan, with two separate releases set for January 21, 2016. Read on for more.
The previous update on the Muv-Luv Kickstarter campaign celebrated its clearing of the first stretch goal, which promised "Muv-Luv improvements." The campaign has since crossed the threshold of the second, $500,000 stretch goal, so the visual novels will be making their way to PS Vita and Android, as well. Read on for more.
On September 24th, a Kickstater launched seeking $250,000 to localize the first two entries in the Muv-Luv series, 2003's Muv-Luv and 2006's Muv-Luv Alternative. It's less than a week later, and already the crowdfunding campaign has over $420,000 in pledges, putting it past the initial goal and first stretch goal, "Muv-Luv Improvements" (additional OSTs and BGMSs, improved English audio for some scenes with ability to switch back to original, special unlockables).
Remember the Muv-Luv visual novel Kickstarter we posted about back in June? It's now officially live and seeking $250,000 to localize the first two entries in the series, 2003's Muv-Luv and 2006's Muv-Luv Alternative. The good news for those interested is that, with 39 days remaining, around a thousand backers have already pushed the campaign through the majority of its goal. More after the jump.
True to recent fan speculation, the anime adaptation of Muv-Luv Schwarzesmarken has been scheduled for January 2016. Along with this, and the launch of the series site, the voice of lead Theodor Eberbach has finally been revealed. Get a look after the jump.