KILL LA KILL – IF Release Date and European Limited Edition Announced

PQube Games, in conjunction with Arc System Works, have today announced that the 3D fighting game based upon the KILL LA KILL franchise, known as KILL LA KILL – IF, will be released on the 26th July 2019 within Europe for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC via Steam. Read more of this post

Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star European Release Date Announced Alongside Collector’s Edition Bundle

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The European Division of Marvelous Games, in conjunction with videogame distributor PQube, have today announced that Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star will be released early next year onto the PS4 and PS Vita as both a digital download and physical retail release. Read more of this post

BlazBlue: Central Fiction European Release Date Announced Alongside Pre-order Bonuses

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PQube Games have today announced that BlazBlue: Central Fiction, the latest entry into a long-line of sprite based fighting games, will receive it’s release on the 4th November 2016 within the UK and Europe; which is just three days after the America release of 1st November 2016 which was announced by Aksys Games last week. Read more of this post

Ray Gigant European Release Date Announced

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Publisher Acttil have recently announced that they will be bringing the Dungeon Crawler styled RPG Ray Gigant to the PS Vita, and Playstation TV within the UK, Europe and America on the 3rd may 2016. Read more of this post

Jerome Mazandarani Leaves Manga Entertainment UK To Set Up His Own Company; Introducing Animatsu

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It a surprising turn of events Jerome Mazandarani has announced that he, along with his friend and co-worker Andrew Hewson, have left Manga Entertainment UK and will now be starting a new venture together.

Announced through his private instagram account earlier today Jerome Mazandarani, who previously worked at Manga Entertainment UK as the director of marketing and acquisitions, explained that he left Manga UK five weeks ago so that he could start up his own company:

“Five weeks ago i left Manga Entertainment after ten amazing years to set up my own company. I am joined in this exciting new chapter by my long time collaborate and friend Andrew Hewson.

We are called Animatsu and i will tell you more about what we are up to soon.”

Interestingly while Jerome has not shared any details of Animatsu on his Private Instagram account, his public LinkedIn profile, which is a website designed for companies to find potential employees, explains his position at Animatsu and what the company will offer to the UK and European market: Read more of this post