We posted some new info on the exciting live action movie, THE NEXT GENERATION -PATLABOR-, based on the cult classic anime, Patlabor.
The official site posted a handful of new images from the movie set which look amazing. Check out some images below and then head on over to the official site for more pics of the progress of the movie.
The first installment hits cinemas on April 5th and consist of episodes 0 and 1. May 31 sees the 2nd chapter, July 12 (chapter 3), chapter 4 launches on August 30th, October 18 (chapter 5), November 29 sees the 6th episode while finally, the final chapter 7 launches on January 10, 2015. The holiday period in Japan known as the Golden Week marks the premiere of the full length movie which runs for 100 minutes, sometime between the end of April and early May, 2015.
The teaser trailer
So…for the past few months, Japandaman HQ has been hard at work putting together a side project. This side project is something we’re all passionate about and is proving to be LOADS of fun to put together. We’re big believers in giving something back to the community and paying it forward.
We have been working on an otaku lifestyle TV show for YouTube called It’s Japan, Man! The teaser trailer went live yesterday and has generated a bit of buzz which is great! I’ve included the trailer below because that’s just how we roll There’s also a link to the YouTube channel so please make sure you sub so you don’t miss out on any announcements!
The Japandaman YouTube channel
Just like the heading says, here you can check out the opening cinematic for the follow up sequel to one of last year’s huge title’s with a popular vocaloid.
Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd is a rhythm based game that will seriously test your music skills, more so than the first game. This 2nd game is coming to both the PS3 and the PS Vita and should be hitting Japan on March 6th.
The trailer below features the track “Decorator” performed by Livetune, a Japanese group. Keep your eyes peeled at the end of the trailer where you’ll be able to see the artwork for the game!
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate took centre stage yesterday during the Tokyo International Film Festival which also marked the debut of the upcoming feature film. Afro Samurai and Basilisk Director, Fuminori Kizaki, is helming the feature with Atsuko Tanaka (Major from Ghost in the Shell), Daisuke Namikawa as Luka, Norio Wakamoto as Balder, Miyuki Sawashiro as Cereza, Mie Sonozaki as Jeanne, Wataru Takagi as Enzo and Tesshō Genda as Rodin.
Bayonetta – Bloody Fate trailer (new) by AnimeSlovenija
The film will only receive a limited shorter run across Japan which begins on November 23.
Great news for Madoka fans with the recent release of a 90 second trailer for the upcoming feature film, Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion. October 26 is the date that the 3rd film in the series is unveiled across Japanese theatres. Judging by the trailer below, it looks like moviegoers will be in for a massive treat!
A new trailer has emerged from Akiba’s Trip 2 revolving around Rin, a playable character in the game. The trailer highlights his many talents as singer, Magaimono-stripping partner and idol adored by people across the nation. You can have a look at the trailer below and while you’re at it, you can also see trailers for Shion Kasugai, Shizuku Tokikaze and Touko Sagisaka.
Developer Acquire have released a 2nd trailer onto the interwebs for their upcoming release, Akiba’s Trip 2. The sequel, which as you can guess, is based in Akihabara will be coming to the PS3 and PS Vita on the 7th of November.
To see what it’s all about, hit up the new trailer below.
We previously showed the teaser trailer for the upcoming PS3 title, Liberation Maiden SIN. This game is a follow up to the classic 3DS title, Liberation Maiden from Suda51.
Ahead of the new game’s release on December, 5pb have released the first full length trailer which you can see below.
This game features some stunning visuals and looks set to continue the lofty standards set in the 3DS title.
The PS Vita will be receiving a PS3 remake in the form of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth and just recently, developer Compile Heart released a trailer for it which shows off some new features.
The trailer displays the new and improved battle system, easier to navigate world maps and ability to create original, new equipment. The game is hitting the Vita on October 16 and will sell for ¥6,090 for a physical copy while if digital is more your thing, look to shell out ¥5,300.
As the Pokemon gaming fraternity awaits with bated breath for the installment in the global franchise, we can show you the latest trailer for Pokemon X/Y currently doing the rounds in Japan.
The trailer is courtesy of The Pokemon Company and really shows off the fighting system employed in the game along with some of the new Pokemon types such as the Fairy class as well as the new horde battle system. You’ll also be able to see some of the new land, Kalos, which for the uninitiated is loosely based on France. Keep an eye out for the new customisation abilities in the game too.