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May 4, 2021, 5:00 AM

Original 2001 novel about shut-in inspired manga, TV anime adaptations The Elites "literature rock band" revealed on Twitter on Saturday that Tatsuhiko Takimoto has written a sequel to his Welcome to the NHK (NHK ni Yōkoso!

Developer aNCHOR has released a new gameplay video for the upcoming action game adaptation of Muv-Luv: Alternative called Muv-Luv: Project Mikhail, presenting even more action featuring the Tactical Surface Fighters.

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Microsoft has announced new titles coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC in early May, including Outlast II, Steep, Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster, Red Dead Online, and more. Get the details below.

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PlayStation Now has added Nioh, Jump Force, and Streets of Rage 4 as part of its May lineup, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced. The new titles will be available on May 4. Here is an overview each new game, via Sony Interactive Entertainment...

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Check out an extended sneak peek of the first dub episode of Combatants Will Be Dispatched!

Anime News Network shared the news after HTC confirmed plans to work with the overseas brand. Bandai Namco Pictures wants to bring virtual reality anime to HTC's various VR platforms moving forward.

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Because a quality anime deserves quality merch. If you're a Studio Ghibli fan, you know they've got the best merch. Whether it's cozy knit sweaters or adorable reusable shopping bags, you can find something Ghibli-related that's both fashionable a...

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Several anime have shown Russia in a positive light. In fact, some seiyuu and anime industry personalities consider themselves Russo-philes. Unfortunately, despite having lots of anime fans within their country, Russia has banned a lot of anime.

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