Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Open Beta Details Announced for PS4

Bandai Namco Entertainment have announced that the multiplayer-themed fighting game, Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker, will receive another beta test for the PlayStation 4 ahead of its release later this year; and this time it is an open beta test. Read more of this post

Film4 Confirm Additional Showings of Studio Ghibli Films This April

Following on from the Easter Weekend, which saw both My Neighbour Totoro and Kiki’s Delivery Service broadcast on the TV channel, Film4 have now confirmed additional showings of Studio Ghibli related films; with both My Neighbour Totoro and Kiki’s Delivery Service being repeated later this week. Read more of this post

Big Fish & Begonia UK Cinema Dates & Locations Announced

Manga Entertainment UK have recently announced that the chinese animated fantasy film Big Fish & Begonia will receive a limited cinema release within the UK next month with tickets now available to pre-book through various screening locations within the UK. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball FighterZ Closed Beta Dates Announced

Earlier in the month Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that Dragon Ball FighterZ, a 2.5D sprite-based fighting game based upon the Dragon Ball franchise for the Xbox One, PS4 & PC, would receive a closed beta event later this year. Well today the publisher have confirmed which dates the beta test will take place; and it is a bit more ‘restrictive’ than one would’ve first thought. Read more of this post

Manga Entertainment UK Acquires Dragon Ball Z Kai for UK Blu-ray and DVD Release


Manga Entertainment UK have today announced, through their social media channels, that they will be releasing Dragon Ball Z Kai on both DVD and Blu-ray later this year; with the first instalment being released on the 3rd August 2015.

For those unaware Dragon Ball Z Kai is the ‘directors cut’ version of the popular anime series; whereby not only was the footage re-mastered by the original Japanese Animation Studio but filler content, such as the Garlic Jnr Saga, was removed. Other tweaks included new audio being re-recorded, both in English and Japanese, as well as some scenes being re-drawn with new character artwork. Read more of this post

Kix TV to Air Dragon Ball Z Kai Daily Next Year, Timeslots Revealed


It has not been ‘actively’ confirmed from CSC Media, but from the 6th January 2013 Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown daily on the Kid’s TV Channel, Kix TV, which is available to view (for FREE) on Sky & Freesat.

Earlier in the month we revealed that Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown as a special ‘Preview Event’ from boxing day for three days straight, well since then Kix TV released a new TV Advert showcasing that Dragon Ball Z Kai, along with Digimon: Data Squad and Power Rangers, would be shown as the early morning line-up, however a timeslot for each shown wasn’t revealed.

After some digging on the Kix TV Website, under the What’s On Section, it turns out that 4 episodes of Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown per day.

Starting at 8am, as part of the early morning line-up, an episode of Dragon Ball Z Kai will be shown, then another episode will be shown at 6pm. At 9pm both episodes will be repeated in an hour long timelot, thus offering viewers a ‘catch-up’ in preperation for the next day’s episodes.

Looking through the site suggests that, for now, this is the line-up that Dragon Ball Z Kai will follow until someone at Kix TV decides to change it, either way – having it this way means that a lot of people will be able to watch the show at different times during the day.