Ray Gigant To Receive a Limited Physical Release from Limited Run Games

Actill, the western publishers of Bandai Namco Entertainment’s Japanese dungeon-crawler JPRG game, have announced that they will be releasing Ray Gigant as a ‘limited’ physical release for the PS Vita in the near future via Limited Run Games.

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Fairy Tail – Part 12 DVD Delayed Due to Production Error

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Today should see the release of Fairy Tail – Part 12, via FUNimation UK and Anime Limited; however a recent announcement on the Anime Limited blog reveals that this particular set – which contains episodes 132 to 142 – has been pushed back until an unspecified date in March due to a production error with the reversible artwork sleeve. Read more of this post

A Silent Voice To Be Shown in Cinemas from the 15th March 2017

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Anime Limited have announced that Kyoto Animation’s feature-length-film A Silent Voice will be shown in selective UK cinemas on the 15th March 2017 with additional screenings taking place on the 17th March 2017. Read more of this post

Animatsu & Manga Entertainment’s Q2 Release Schedule Appears Online

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As Manga Entertainment UK begins to announce new license acquisitions, such as the recent confirmation that they will be releasing Yo-Kai! Watch on DVD within the UK, numerous online listings, specifically via Amazon UK, have geun to reveal the distributors release schedule for the second quarter of 2017. Read more of this post

Cyborg 009: Call of Justice Added to Netflix UK

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While Amazon Prime continues to expand it’s anime streaming catalogue with new simulcast streams Netflix have opted to take a slightly different approach by not only constantly offering ‘already available on home video’ anime titles but Netflix exclusive titles; in this case Cyborg 009: Call of Justice a sequel of sorts to the previously released 2013 movie released by Anime Limited onto DVD and Blu-ray. Read more of this post

Altitude Film’s Announces Worldwide Rights to Mary and the Witch’s Flower

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Relatively unknown UK-Based film company Altitude Film have recently announced that they have acquired the worldwide rights to the anime film Mary and the Witch’s Flower by Studio Ponic; with the film to be released within the UK by them later this year with Australian distribution being handled by Madman Entertainment. Read more of this post

Azure Striker Gunvolt: The Anime Arrives on Nintendo 3DS eShop Next Week

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Inti Creates have announced that an anime based upon the Nintendo 3DS game Azure Striker Gunvolt will be made available to purchase from the Nintendo 3DS eShop from the 9th February 2017 with new episodes added on a regular basis.

Each episode  (or bundle) will be pirced at  £2.49 /  €2.79 / $2.99 and will be available to purchase directly from the video section of the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

Synopsis: It is the near future, and among humankind exists “Adepts,” people who possess extraordinary abilities known as “Septimal Powers.” The existence of these Adepts has caused widespread chaos around the world, but in the nation of Japan, order and peace is maintained by a large conglomerate known as the Sumeragi Group.

…However, this would prove to be a temporary peace, granted to the citizens of Japan by the sacrifice of countless Adepts at the hands of Sumeragi. On the surface, the Sumeragi Group appears be a rather normal, clean company. Below the surface, Sumeragi captures Adepts, holds them against their will, and performs inhumane scientific experiments on them.

One group known as QUILL (Quorum for Unrestricted Information, Law, and Liberty) made this discovery and pledged to revolt against the Sumeragi Group. A member of QUILL, a young man named Gunvolt, sets out one evening to infiltrate a Sumeragi facility in the name of freedom for his fellow Adepts.

The game which the anime series is based off is available to purchase directly from the Nintendo 3DS eShop; but of course while you wait for the anime series to be released you can watch a trailer for it below.

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom To Receive a PC Release

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Two years ago Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that it would be releasing a sequel to the PS3 Game Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch would be coming to the PS4 in the near future; well today the publisher have announced that this game, known as Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, will also be released onto the PC. Read more of this post

Accel World Vs Sword Art Online Announced for Western PS4 and PS Vita Release

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Bandai Namco Entertainment have today surprised the western anime community by announcing that Accel World Vs Sword Art Online, otherwise known as Accel World Vs Sword Art Online: Millennium Twilight in Japan, will be coming to the UK, Europe, Australia and America later this year for the PS4 and PS Vita. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Dragon Ball Super Pack 2 DLC Details Revealed

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Ever since Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first DLC Pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, a piece of content which we took a closer look at in our in-depth-article, fans have been wondering what to expect from future content packs. Well over the past few days etails on the second DLC Pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for been revealed and this time it introduces Universe 6’s variation of the god of destruction and his assistant; namely Champa and Vados. Read more of this post