We recently ran a post about the upcoming Psycho-Pass season 3 reveal. Hit up the video below for your first look at the freshly revealed PV.Continue reading Psycho-Pass 3 PV
Production I.G have revealed that season 3 of hit anime, Psycho-Pass, is in production. Pyscho-Pass SS doing well in the cinema played it’s part in that decision, no doubt.Continue reading Psycho-Pass 3 Revealed
Wow, just wow! We’ve seen the Psycho Pass Dominator gun which looks amazing but now Premium Bandai have released the X Gun from the latest entry to the Gantz movie series, Gantz: O. And it looks absolutely spectacular.
It’s actually a perfect 1:1 scale replica of the main weapon in the new 3DCG movie complete with LED effects, 30 of them, the mandatory sound effects and a highly impressive changing barrel transformation.
It weighs in at 700 grams and is about 9.8 inches long so it’s pretty hefty.
See that rear screen? Yep, that lights up as well and also included are 2 different colour slides which show if an enemy is in range or not. On top of that, it lets loose with three shots before it needs a cool down period.
Starting on October 14, you’ll be able to pre-order the X Gun through the Premium Bandai site. It’ll sell for ¥39,960 while the movie also hits Japanese cinema on October 14.
Great news for fans of the Psycho Pass anime with the news that the “New Edit Version” of the original anime which aired in 2012 will now commence airing on July 10, 2014. Fuji TV’s noitamina block will hold the airing honours before other stations commence airing as well. Essentially the original 22 episode run will be condensed into 11 one hour episodes with new footage having being added into the mix. October will see a second anime being run before a film hits Japanese cinemas during the Winter.
Trailer for the New Edit version
An update on all this goodness will be forthcoming on June 19 while for more info, you can head on over to the official site.
Even the anime otakus in Japan are keen for the next season of shows they’ve fallen in love with. But which shows exactly are they eagerly waiting? Charapedia held a poll and asked fans that very same question and this is what they came up with. The poll ran until the 1st of June and included over 10,000 replies with 46.6% female and 53.4% male. While people in their teens to 20’s made up 85.2%.
Here’s the top 20 responses:
1. Sword Art Online II – 2113 votes
2. Free! Eternal Summer – 1676 votes
3. Hanamonogatari – 1019 votes
4. Black Butler: Book of Circus – 939 votes
5. Re:_Hamatora – 500 votes
6. Tokyo Ghoul – 494 votes
7. Sailor Moon Crystal – 476 votes
8. Persona 4 The Golden – 435 votes
9. Gekkan Shōjo Nozaki-kun – 428 votes
10. Ao Haru Ride – 417 votes
11. Psycho-Pass New Edit – 398 votes
12. Fate/kaleid liner Zwei – 344 votes
13. Bakumatsu Rock – 266 votes
14. Encouragement of Climb – 252 votes
15. Barakamon – 240 votes
16. Glasslip – 222 votes
17. Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance – 189 votes
18. ALDNOAH.ZERO – 173 votes
19. Space Dandy – 134 votes
20. Rokujyoma no Shinryakusha!? 126 votes
Any of your favourites in there? Bring SOA II, Sailor Moon Crystal and Psycho-Pass New Edit for a start!
Fans of the Psycho Pass series won’t want to miss this next bit of news. Figure makers, Creative Union, will be releasing a 23cm figure of Akane Tsunemori from the hit show, this coming July. The new figure will form part of Creative Union’s H series of figures. It will set you back ¥9, 500 which is great seeing as how apart from a nendoroid, not much else has been seen from this great show.
Japanese creator team known as, PK Theater, have already shown they are extremely capable by putting together the PSYCHO-PASS Hands-On game. So much so that they’ve been invited to try their hand at another series. The new one they’ll be working will be based around Hakuouki for the amusement park in Japan called Toshimaen. This will tie in with the promotions for the upcoming movie in the Summer based on the series.
The game for many players is called “Hakuouki: Toshimaen Riot” which will involve participants to scour the park helping out Saitou in locating pieces of the Hijikata’s Haiku book as it’s been broken and the pieces scattered throughout the grounds. What is a twist however is that players will be allowed to cosplay as they take part in the game. You cant cosplay as you come to and from the grouns but you can change into your gear on-site in the provided changing rooms. There’s also no filming allowed, no prop weapons with the exception of katanas. They do also provide katanas for you but you have to ensure that you’re not waving around so you don’t hurt anyone.
This all kicks off on May 3rd but how cool would it be to have at some of the conventions here in Australia!