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January 22, 2016, 1:00 PM
Siliconera Sato

According to Nintendo, Dragon Quest VII is "basically a brand new game. " All the writing is new, and no more random encounters, as you'll see the enemies on the map. That said, we'll probably get a different feel out of the game compared to what ...

Jason asks: As an avid anime watcher and a high school student in the US, I've noticed that most student governments in anime are organized in the same way and do the same things, however they differ drastically compared to those here in the States.

Siliconera Casey

Nintendo has confirmed that, like Europe last week, North America will be receiving a 10-hour-long demo of Bravely Second: End Layer. [Thanks, GameXplain. ] In the past, Square Enix also released a fairly long demo for the original Bravely Default...

tokyohive Shiso

Mashima Hiro's manga "FAIRY TAIL" will be getting a stage play adaptation, and recently D-BOYS' Miyazaki Shuto, who plays protagonist "Natsu Dragneel," revealed his look as the character. SEE ALSO: Former D-BOYS' Endo Yuya announces marriage and b...

The Fandom Post Chris Beveridge

Anime Limited has had a bit of a rough time lately with release dates, something that nearly every company goes through at one time or another in trying to deal with growth, licensor demands, and the usual production problems, and that has them no...

AFA Channel! Sheng Zhi

It is more or less common knowledge that voice actors, or seiyuu, in Japan do more than just provide their voices for anime and games. Their job scope has broadened over the years to include other activities such as singing, performing in theatre ...


SMAP's 2003 hit "Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana" topped Recochoku this week, due to the group's rumored disbandment and also due to a buying campaign among fans which had the goal of preventing the disbandment.

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