A.O.T 2: Final Battle Trailers Highlight New Weaponry

A.O.T 2: Final Battle, otherwise known as Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, will soon be released onto the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC, and to get potential scouts ready for the titan threat Koei Tecmo have released a selection of new gameplay videos that introduce the new weaponry one might expect. Read more of this post

Attack on Titan, Bourto: Next Generations, Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card & Steins;Gate 0 Added to Manga UK’s Release Schedule

Manga Entertainment UK have once again expanded it’s list of Summer 2019 releases as today the UK based distributor announce release plans for Attack on Titan Season 3, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Overlord III and Steins;Gate 0. In addition to release schedule also confirms the re-appearance of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, of which got mysteriously removed from sale earlier in the year, and a confirmed release date for the second part of the series. Read more of this post

A.O.T 2: Final Battle Receives New Story Details and Gameplay Trailer

Koei Tecmo Europe have recently revealed some more gameplay details for the ‘expanded’ variation of A.O.T 2, known as A.O.T 2 Final Battle, of which expands the game with content from Season 3 of the anime series. Read more of this post

A.O.T 2: Final Battle Introduces Territory Recovery Mode

Koei Tecmo have revealed some new gameplay details for the ‘expanded’ version of A.O.T 2, known as A.O.T 2: Final Battle; in this case introducing Attack on Titan fans to Territory Recovery Mode. Read more of this post

Hi Score Girl, DEATH NOTE and Vampire Knight Added to Netflix UK

Netflix UK once again continues to cater to the anime fandom by adding both new and old anime titles to its video-on-demand catalogue as the provider have now added the brand new series Hi Score Girl to the streaming line-up as well as re-adding previously removed titles DEATH NOTE and Vampire Knight. Read more of this post

Attack on Titan, Blue Exorcist, Case Closed, Cowboy Bebop and Vampire Knight To Be Removed from Netflix UK

Sadly things do not last forever and this reigns true with subscription based video-on-demand streaming platforms such as Netflix UK and a report on New On Netflix has revealed that a selection of anime titles will be removed from the service starting next week. Read more of this post

Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening To Receive Wider Cinematic Release Within the UK

Last week it was revealed that the Attack on Titan season 2 recap movie, known as Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening, would be shown at the Glasgow Film Festival during March. Well UK Anime Distributor Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, have now confirmed that the film will receive a wider cinematic release across the UK. Read more of this post

Attack on Titan – Season 2 Limited Edition Blu-Ray & DVD Combo Pack Details Confirmed

Following on from the announcement late last year that Sony Pictures Entertainment will be releasing the second season of Attack on Titan as a Limited Edition Blu-Ray & DVD Combo Pack, that is in addition to a standard DVD and standard Blu-Ray release, new details have been revealed on what to expect from this Limited Edition release. Read more of this post

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment To Release Attack on Titan – Season 2 on DVD & Blu-Ray within the UK

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, in partnership with FUNimation UK, have announced that Attack on Titan – Season 2 will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and Limited Edition Blu-Ray and DVD Combo Pack within the UK during February of next year. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Attack on Titan – Season 1 (Blu-ray) [UK]

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Earlier in the year Manga Entertainment UK re-released the first season of Attack on Titan as a complete season box set in an attempt to not only fix concerns over the first half of the series, which saw the bonus features stripped onto a DVD as part of the Deluxe Collector’s Edition (which we unboxed here); but to give potential newcomers to the franchise everything they would need within a single purchase. So is this Attack on Titan Blu-ray (which is also available on DVD) worth it? or is it just another missed oppurtunity by MangaUK? Well let’s take a closer look in our unboxing. Read more of this post