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  • Blog Post: Fallout 4 Hero Dresses Up As One-Punch Man To Wallop Deathclaws, Ghouls, And Raiders

    Fallout 4's wasteland has a new hero, straight from the crazy world of anime. Thanks to a fan-created costume and stat-raising console commands, One-Punch Man's yellow-clad warrior has arrived to one-shot-kill madmen and mutants across the Commonwealth. One-Punch Man tells the story of Saitama... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Full Yo-Kai Watch Episodes On YouTube Beginning Tomorrow

    Yo-Kai Watch’s popularity has spread like wildfire in Japan, and American children have their shot at indoctrination now that Disney XD has begun airing the anime. Non-cable viewers interested in the hoopla surrounding the franchise can now watch full episodes of Yo-Kai Watch on the show’s... More
  • Blog Post: Tales 20th Anniversary Anime Based On Zesteria Announced

    Alongside yesterday's announcement for Tales of Berseria , Bandai Namco has also announced a new Tales of anime. You can check out a teaser trailer below for the anime which is being handled by Ufotable. Ufotable has handled the anime scenes for the Tales games since the first Tales of Xilia, which... More
  • Blog Post: Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Coming To PS4

    Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds is already available on Xbox 360, Vita, and PC, but soon developer 5pb is bringing an enhanced version of this brawler to PS4. The original version of this under-the-radar game is surprisingly good , but the PS4 version promises to be even better. Under the new name Phantom... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Gives Bloodborne Their Anime-Inspired Take

    An artist going by @SaraM_D on twitter recently shared an interesting take on Bloodborne's gothic art. It does a good job maintaining the gothic style, but looks like it could be a character pulled from the movie Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust . You can find more from the artist on their website or... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Teaming Up With Hasbro To Bring The Popular In Japan Yo-Kai Watch To North America

    We probably won't see the results of this partnership until 2016, but plans are in motion to bring the hugely popular in Japan Yo-Kai Watch to North America. Yo-Kai Watch is somewhat similar to Pokémon in both concept and popularity. Level-5's 3DS Yo-Kai Watch games have sold more than... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 3 The Movie: #2 Midsummer Knight's Dream Getting Subtitled Western Release

    Anime publisher Aniplex is bringing the second Persona 3 movie, Persona 3 The Movie: #2 Midsummer Knight's Dream , to North America. Much like it did for the the first movie , Aniplex is importing Midsummer Knight's Dream to North America with subtitles as opposed to an English dub. Two Blu-ray... More
  • Blog Post: Steam’s First Anime Games Sale Includes Fighting Games, RPGs, And Action

    Valve is hosting its first sale focused exclusively on anime games. Over 40 titles are on offer, with titles discounted by as much as 75 percent. Included are entries from the Ys series, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky, The King of Fighters XIII, and Double Helix’s Strider reboot. You can... More
  • Blog Post: Mega-Evolved Pokémon Duke It Out To Celebrate Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire

    Update: The Pokémon Company has released an English dub of the video previewing the new Megas you can find in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. We've swapped the videos accordingly. Original Story: In anticipation of this week's release of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, The... More
  • Blog Post: Yu-Gi-Oh Comes To 3DS With Zexal World Duel Carnival

    The Yu-Gi-Oh series is available for the first time on 3DS. The game has been available in Europe and Japan for quite some time, but it only released in North America, on the 3DS eShop, yesterday. You can find a launch trailer for the game below. The game is based on the first season of the newer Zexal... More
  • Blog Post: Bullets And Bodies Fly In Dubbed Bayonetta: Bloody Fate Trailer

    The witch with guns for high heels and shape-shifting hair returns for a second round this fall on Wii U, but she'll also star in another adventure on the small screen, too. Funimation has released a trailer for the upcoming Bayonetta: Bloody Fate anime, showing off a glimpse of hectic melee combat... More
  • Blog Post: Bayonetta: Bloody Fate Anime Film Coming To North America

    Anime distribution company, Funimation, has acquired the rights to localize and distribute an animated Bayonetta feature in North America. The film, subtitled Bloody Fate, is based on the Bayonetta video game and according to the press release announcing the film, it "faithfully captures the extreme... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Attack On Titan 3DS Developer Wants To Bring The Game To North America

    Spike Chunsoft, the developer behind the currently Japan-exclusive Attack on Titan 3DS game, is apparently looking to bring the game to North America. Speaking with Siliconera , a source from Spike Chunsoft said it is currently shopping the game to North American publishers. The game release in Japan... More
  • Blog Post: Blood Drive Trailer Shows Corpse Party's New 3D Gameplay

    The next entry in the Corpse Party horror series is moving away from the pixelated 2D gameplay of the previous games in favor of 3D, and a new trailer shows it in action. Subtitled Blood Drive, the game takes place a few months after Book of Shadows. For more on the game head here . Corpse Party: Blood... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 3 Movie Receiving Subtitled Western Release

    Popular anime publisher Aniplex is bringing Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth to Blu-ray here in the United States. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your opinion on the matter), the film won't be receiving English voice-over, but it will have English subtitles. It will be available... More
  • Blog Post: The Entire Pokémon Origins Series Is Now Online To Watch

    Pokémon Origins, an animated special that looks to the original Pokémon Game Boy games for inspiration, is now online for viewing in its entirety. You'll have to head to Pokémon's official website to see the show. There are four episodes, which have been premiering one by... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The First Episode Of Pokémon Origins Anime Online

    Pokémon Origins is a recent Pokémon anime series that looks to the original Pokémon Red and Blue Game Boy games for inspiration. The first episode is now available to watch online. You can watch the first episode of the show by heading to the Pokémon TV website . According... More
  • Blog Post: Domo Jump Out Now For iOS

    Domo-kun is one of those Japanese creations where you either get it or you don't, much like Doraemon and Hello Kitty. Thankfully, you don't really have to "get" Domo-kun to download Domo Jump, the latest game featuring the eternally grimacing creature for iOS. Just as the title implies... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda's Early Adventures Recreated In Anime

    Start the New Year off right. Go eat a whole pizza, take a five hour nap, and then watch this Zelda-inspired animated short entitled Link’s Triumph. Now it's time to go back to work playing video games; you can't slack off all year. Shamoozal and GoNintendo have been recreating the adventures... More
  • Blog Post: Mass Effect Paragon Lost Release Trailer

    You've beaten Mass Effect's 1 though 3, read the novels...and the comics, and written your own version of an ending to the series. What's left to do? Check out Funimation's animated video, of course. Mass Effect: Paragon Lost is a prequel to Mass Effect 3 and follows the early career... More
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