According to Famitsu, Vector’s bishoujo mobile game ï½¢Koi-ken!ï½£ will be receiving an anime adaptation in early 2012. The new series will be made available for smartphones via a premium-priced streaming service.
According to the official website, ï½¢Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha: The Movie 2nd A’sï½£ will premiere in Japanese theatres next Summer 2012.
Yamaha had recently compiled a list of upcoming Vocaloid 3 releases for the Winter season. You may check out what’s coming soon, as well as song demos from the new Vocaloid libraries after the jump.
Apologies for the lack of updates these last two weeks. Its been quite a hectic schedule for me personally, but I’m ready to kick things back into full gear once again. So let’s start with a quick rundown of some recent anime headlines.
According to the pre-order page on 7net Shopping, the January issue of Vivaâ˜†Tales of Magazine will announce the anime adaptation of Namco Bandai’s RPG, ï½¢Tales of Xilliaï½£. The game, which included animated cutscenes by ufotable, was originally released in Japan on September 8th, 2011 for the Playstation 3. It is the 13th main title in the Tales series.
According to a tweet from writer and film critic Shimizu Takashi, the anime series, ï½¢Tiger and Bunnyï½£, will be receiving two theatrical film adaptations in 2012. The announcement was originally made at this weekend’s Hero Awards 2011 live event held in Kanagawa.
Moetron-Sub release #43.
TBS is currently streaming a preview of the insert theme, Unmeiâ™ªwaâ™ªEndless!, from the upcoming ï½¢K-ON!ï½£ film on the official website — in Japanese theaters December 3rd. You can also hear a sample of the song, as well as the movie’s ending theme Singing! after the jump.
Earlier there were conflicting reports over the announcement of a possible film project for the ï½¢Puella Magi Madokaâ˜…Magicaï½£ series. However at the end of the day, Earl.Box provided a photo of the December issue of Newtype magazine via Twitter — which clearly displays the news headline on the front cover.
The two have fought well, but in the end only one can claim true victory…