Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie To Release Digitally on 13th May 2019

Those wanting to ‘Bring Broly Home’ will be able to to do two weeks earlier in digital form; as from the 13th May 2019 Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie will be available to purchase digitally (to both keep and rent) on compatible digital store fronts such as iTunes, Google Play and Amazon video. Read more of this post

Moero Chronicle Hyper To Release During April on Nintendo Switch

After previously being listed for a 15th March 2019 release date, which was later confirmed as incorrect release date, Idea Factory International have now announced that Moero Chronicle Hyper will be released on the 26th April 2019 for the Nintendo Switch as a Digital Download from the Nintendo eShop. Read more of this post

Koei Tecmo Announces A.O.T 2: Final Battle for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Windows PC

With the second half of Season three for Attack on Titan starting next month it’s no surprise that Omega Force, in partnership with publisher Koei Tecmo, would try to produce something that would tie in with this new series. Personally I thought it would be some form of expansion; but Koei Tecmo instead a brand new entry known as A.O.T 2: Final Battle. Read more of this post

Pokemon Movies 10 to 13 To Be Released Individually on DVD in April

Manga Entertainment UK have quietly announced, in the announcement as My Hero Academia – Season 3 Part 1 I might add, that they plan to release the Diamond & Pearl collection of Pokemon movies individually on DVD on the 15th April 2019. Read more of this post

Dragon Star Varnir To Release This Summer on PlayStation 4

Publisher Idea Factory International have confirmed that the Compile Heart developed JPRG Dragon Star Varnir, which features a unique three-tier combat system, will be released onto the PlayStation 4 both physically and digitally this Summer within Europe and North America. Read more of this post

Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa Gameplay Trailer Released

Earlier in the year PQube Games announced it had formed a partnership with Japanese development studio Art Co. Ltd to develop and publish a brand new type of visual novel game, known as Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa, and that it would be PQube’s first IP. Well the UK based publisher have now released new details and a gameplay trailer highlight some aspects of the game. Read more of this post

The Light Cinema Chain to Host Anime Movie Season

The Light cinema chain, which has a selection of cinemas across the UK in locations such as Cambridge, Sheffield and Stockport, have announced that they will be screening a selection of anime films between March and May; with titles including Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie, When Marnie Was There and fan-favourite Studio Ghibli films such as Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro. Read more of this post

Death end re;Quest To Release on Steam This Spring

It’s been less than a week since Idea Factory International released the new RPG IP Death end re;Quest onto the PlayStation 4 within Europe and North America and now the publisher have announced that the game will now be released digitally for the Windows PC via Steam. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Unveils Ultimate Edition Details for Perfect Blue

Perfect Blue has been released countless times over the decades, with various forms of VHS, DVD and Blu-Ray editions of the film being released in the UK alone, but today Anime Limited (All The Anime) have unveiled their release plans for the ‘Ultimate Edition’ of Perfect Blue. Read more of this post

Netflix Announces New Anime Adaptations and Partnerships

Netflix continues to cater to the Japanese fandom as the global subscription based video-on-demand streaming giant have announced several new Anime Adaptations and partnerships; including an anime adaptation of Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma franchise as well as a collaboration for a new Ghost in the Shell IP known as Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045. Read more of this post