Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness To be Released onto PS4 & PS Vita within Europe

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NIS America have announced that Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness will be coming to the PS4, PS Vita and PC later this year.

The news, which was most likely under embargo until the end of today’s NIS America event in America, confirms that the visual-novel styled game based upon the psycho-punk sci-fi thriller anime series Psycho-Pass will be coming west. Read more of this post

English Dub Cast Announced for 009 Re:Cyborg

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009 Re:Cyborg was one of Anime Limited’s inital licenses, and other than a few showings at Scotland Loves Animation news of a home video release have been no existent; that is until recently when new information was confirmed.

As it stands Anime Limited are hoping to release 009 Re:Cyborg as a Collectors Edition Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack in June; with the film itself being available in both Japanese and English audio and to celebrate this fact the UK Distributor have provided us a list of the main English voice actors for the film: Read more of this post

Patema Inverted Gets an English Dubbed Trailer

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All The Anime’s Kickstarter project for an Ultimate Edition of Patema Inverted is steadily reaching it’s climax, with the overall product to ship within the next few weeks but in the meantime the American distributor, GKids Films, have recently began streaming an English Dubbed trailer of the film.

The trailer, which can be seen below, not only gives an idea of what to expect from the film but it also highlights some of the voice actors you can expect to hear (see) from within the film. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Releases Gurren Lagann Trailer

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News on the upcoming Blu-ray (and DVD) release of Gurren Lagann has been rather quiet of late, however Anime Limited (aka All The Anime) decided to change that fact earlier today when they released their very own English dubbed trailer for the series.

The trailer features scenes, and audio quotes, from the early episodes of the series – so of course some “one liners” and “trademark speeches” may sound different to how you remember them. Exact details of how the series will be released, it is currently presumed two half-season sets like Cowboy Bebop was, have yet to be revealed however we do know the series will be released onto Blu-ray and DVD next year – that is currently a fact.

Manga UK Unveils Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo Trailer

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It may be another four months until the third Evangelion film reaches UK Stores but that doesn’t stop Manga Entertainment UK promoting it with an English Dubbed trailer, and thats exactly we’ve got.

Evangelion 3.33 has already had its UK Debut in cinemas earlier this year, thanks to Anime Limited (aka All The Anime) and the Scotland Loves Anime seasons, but in March 2014 fans of the franchise will be able to enjoy it in their own homes, in High Definition and more importantly(?) in English.

If you’ve seen the film then you’ll probably recognise most of the scenes used in the trailer, most of which are taken from the opening sequence, however for those who have yet to watch it then be prepared to be blown away by its stunning detail and cinematic goodness, watching in “HD” is highly advised. Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo will be released on in March 2014 on DVD and Deluxe Edition Blu-ray.

Manga Entertainment UK Issues Statement Surrouding Blue Exorcist Blu-ray Release Strategy

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Jerome Mazandarani, Head of marketing & acquisitions from Manga Entertainment UK, has today took to Facebook to answer questions surrounding the upcoming ‘Definitive Edition’ release of Blue Exorcist.

For those unaware, Manga Entertainment UK plans to re-release Blue Exorcist as a Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack  over two half-season sets, however while the Blu-ray will receive the newly produced English Audio the DVD will remain the same as the ones released last year (Japanese with English Subtitles).

Because of this a lot of fans have spoken out and now a statement has been released to explain ‘why’ the company has chosen this option: Read more of this post