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Crunchyroll Patrick Macias

Another new anime announcement for spring 2014 comes careening out of Crunchyroll today in the form of Kamigami no Asobi, based on the otome dating sim game.   Featuring animation from studio Brains Base (Blood Lad) and direction by Tomoyuki Kawam...

Kotaku East Brian Ashcraft

Japan's Kit Kat fixation, it seems, has reached critical mass. After numerous Kit Kat flavors and even a specialty boutique, Japan is getting Kit Kat pizzas from delivery chains Strawberry Cones and Napoli no Kama (which, yes, is owned by Strawber...

Mar 23, 23:06 Riddle Story of Devil, The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior, Dragonar Academy, No Game, No Life and PUCHIM@S 2, keroro, Dai - Shogun - Great Revolution, Chaika - The Coffin Princess, Knights of Sidonia, SOUL EATER NOT!

Crunchyroll Mikikazu Komatsu

It is officially announced that in commemoration of the one-year anniversary of its increase in international flights, Tokyo International Airport (also known as Haneda Airport) will host a two-day event named "Haneda International Anime Music Fes...

With the demo for Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars now live, allowing anyone with a PlayStation Vita or Nintendo 3DS console to try out a small snippet of the upcoming JRPG, ATLUS USA have realized they forgot to release the seventh and ...

SGCafe KarbyP

 MMO publisher Asiasoft, who is publishing Phantasy Star Online 2 English in six Southeast Asian countries this year, has confirmed with SGCafe that the English localised version will feature full Japanese voice-overs — which should be a sigh of r...

RocketNews24 Casey Baseel

It seems whenever a list of the most difficult languages to learn is released, Japanese sits near or at the top. We can see why, as the language does have quirks and peculiarities that can occasionally make you wonder how anyone, even native speak...

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

'Ninja Slayer' Novels Gets Anime Green Light Posted by Chris Beveridge April 2, 2014 at 02:34 PM Ninja Slayer So here's an interesting if kind of complicated work that's getting made into an anime adaptation.

Kotaku East Brian Ashcraft

Looking for some Sailor Moon themed threads? There's a new Sailor Moon themed clothing store in Tokyo. But, you better act fast before it's gone. As announced by the Isetan department store in Shinjuku, the name of the shop is, ahem, Girls Love Mo...

Siliconera Sato

  While we haven't seen a Wild Arms game since Wild Arms XF for PSP back in 2008, Sony Computer Entertainment producer Kentaro Motomura recently spoke with Famitsu in this week's issue of the magazine about the possibility of seeing a new game in ...

Crunchyroll Joseph Luster

Developer Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya made a splash when he unleashed indie favorite Cave Story on PC in 2004. The latest game from Studio Pixel is Kero Blaster (Frog Blaster)—originally announced as Gero Blaster at last year's BitSummit festival ...

Sailor Moon Crystal OP "Moonlight Legend" with Live MV With Sailor Moon Crystal's premiere closing fast, we have a live MV and album version of Momoiro Clover Z singing the new OP song, "Moonlight Legend!

Arctic Kitsune's blog ArcticKitsune

Kon! I decided to take advantage of Volk US's sale by purchasing another DDdy Miko to swap parts with. I've been wanting to make Ahri now for a long while since that dream so let's start by using the DDdy Miko body!

Crunchyroll Scott Green

No, this isn't the classic live-action cosplay CardCaptor Sakura fan video, or even a MikuMikuDance animated exercise. In honor of Sakura's April 1st birthday, tomoP has posted an impressive 3D recreation of "Catch You, Catch Me," animated with Bl...

SeventhStyle Seven

There may have been Love Live! height comparison charts in the past, but experience now the single most comprehensive idol height diagram – this one accounting for some important characters previously left out.

Crunchyroll Patrick Macias

A brand new day means brand new anime announcements at Crunchyroll, and the latest title for the spring season is Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san, based on the manga by Kuzushiro published in 2011 in Comic Yuri Hime magazine.

Letter From The Editor April 2014 Greg April 1st, 2014 It's already April isn't it? My how time is flying by this year.   There really isn't much going on here at Selective Hearing.   It is business as usual with nothing too major to report.

SGCafe KarbyP

You've seen what the Second Tsuchikage and the Second Mizukage can do in Bandai Namco and developer CyberConnect2's Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution. Now witness the might of the Third Raikage, the final Edo Kage character voted in...

Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta - 13 (End) and Series Review That was mostly predictable, but mostly in a good way.   Mostly. Toaru Hikuushi e no Koiuta could be a poster child for any number of phrases: a mixed bag.

Crunchyroll Scott Green

As they tend to do, Type-Moon has gone all out with their April Fools' Day fun. They've had two series of "broadcasts" featuring the girls of Tsukihime "live" from the back alley and Fate/Extra's "Red" Saber from her bedroom, bath and game of KanC...

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

'Ao Haru Ride' Debuts First Lead Actors Official Image Posted by Chris Beveridge April 2, 2014 at 06:06 PM Ao Haru Ride While we got news earlier this year that there would be an anime adaptation of Io Sakisaka's manga Ao Haru Ride, we also got th...

Siliconera Ishaan

Similar to 5pb's other PS3 visual novels, Liberation Maiden: Sin is being ported to the PlayStation Vita, this week's Famitsu magazine reveals. The game will be available on July 31st for 6,800 yen at retail.

Siliconera Eugene

  The sky is actually falling in Kemco's latest retro-style JRPG, Shelterra the Skyworld, and you'll have to do your part to avert a disaster in the making.     Players are Claude, a regular kid with a talking rock called Ignis, living on the floa...

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