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Dragon Ball FighterZ Revealed at E3

A couple days ago, we got news that Arc System Works, the developers of Guilty Gear and BlazBlue, were working on a Dragon Ball Z game. Well, the footage has been revealed at Microsoft’s E3 press conference and it could be the fighting game fans have always wanted. Dragon Ball FighterZ looks to be a dream come true for fighting game enthusiasts and fans of the anime alike.

Asterisk War: Phoenix Festa (Vita) Review

The Vita is probably one of the best places for anime games and small experiments. This is why the library is so vast and filled with oddities, which can either be obscure gems or wastes of time. Unfortunately for Asterisk War: Phoenix Festa, a game that combines dating sim tropes with a 3D fighting game, this may be one to pass for all but the biggest fans of the anime and manga.

Viz Announces Three Panels for FanimeCon 2017

Anime and manga publisher Viz Media, today announced that it will be hosting three panels throughout FanimeCon 2017 in San Jose, California over the weekend.

Nozomi Entertainment acquires Galaxy Angel Z

During Anime Central in Rosemont, Illinois this weekend, anime producer Nozomi Entertainment and distributor Right Stuf Inc. discussed release details for some of their upcoming titles, as well as announced the acquisition of Galaxy Angel Z.

Aniplex Makes Multiple Announcements at ACEN 2017

During its industry panel at Anime Central is Rosemont, Illinois over the weekend, anime publisher Aniplex of America revealed that several its titles would be seeing Blu-ray releases in the coming months, as well as plans to stream the animated film, The Moment You Fall in Love, in June.

Akiba’s Beat (Playstation 4) Review

Japanese culture has a lot of facets with each more intriguing than the last. Akihabara is often at the center of shifts of interest, especially in games, anime, comics, and other avenues of geek pursuits. It is a city that is constantly shifting to meet the whimsical needs of its people, with whole buildings being removed and rebuilt regularly. Advertisements change often as well, giving the city...[Read More]

The Dragon Dentist Acquired by Sentai Filmworks

Sentai Filmworks today announced that it has acquired the two-episode TV special, The Dragon Dentist, for release in North America.

Backlog Burndown #19 – Kansei

Greetings Backloggers! This week I covered another Visual Novel, Kansei. The sequel to Jisei, Kansei picks up the story of our mysterious protagonist the day after the end of the previous game.

Attack on Titan Season 2 Really Did Premiere Yesterday

Yesterday was a day filled with false news and funny jokes from just about every journalism outpost, as well as major companies. Among these bits of news, Crunchyroll touted that the long awaited second season of the hit anime Attack On Titan (also known as Shingeki No Kyojin) would be premiering on that same day of jokes. While I was extremely skeptical of this, I was surprised to find that later...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown #18 – Invisible Zero

Greetings Backloggers! Thanks to some timely support from the team at Vysoko Anime Productions, I was able to resume and complete Invisible Apartment Zero this week! Huge props to them for diagnosing my game crash and giving me a workaround after seeing my post on the Steam community forums.

Your Name (Anime) Review

In less than one month, the latest anime film from acclaimed director Makoto Shinkai, Your Name, will be making its way to North America, and Funimation gave us the opportunity to get an early look at the film and its body-swapping story, before it releases in select theaters this April.

Funimation Acquires Attack on Titan Recap Movies, Limited Theatrical Release this March

As Attack on Titan prepares for its second season’s debut in April, anime publisher Funimation Entertainment today announced that it has acquired the two-part recap films, and that fans can expect to see a limited screening in select theaters later this month.

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