Live action films based on anime can either be awesome (Rurouni Kenshin) or downright terrible (Attack On Titan). The latest series to take the plunge into the live action arena is Tokyo Ghoul and while the poster we’ve seen looks awesome, we’re still deciding on how the actual film will play out.
Have a look at the most recent trailer below and let us know what you think?
I’m a huge fan of the Monster Hunter series. I got into it with Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G on the Sony PSP and while I’m not that good, I still buy each release that comes out. Recently Capcom released a new trailer for the upcoming Monster Hunter Generations game on the Nintendo 3DS.
This entry into the series also heralds some changes to the gameplay, markedly the ability to change Hunter Styles and also, you’ll have skills in your arsenal called Hunter Arts. Capcom are saying that gamers will be able to change the gaming stye until they find one that fits them, guaranteeing a better experience for Hunters of all skill levels. Check out the trailer below which shows off some of the new abilities being introduced in this title.
The brand spanking new and official trailer for the latest Japanese Godzilla movie recently hit the interwebs. Godzilla Resurgence looks great with loads of action, people running for their lives, concerned citizens screaming at each other and of course, a trailer filled to brim with dramatic music.
The film is being directed by Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno and will be known as Shin Gojira in its native country.
To catch this in the cinemas, you’d want to be in Japan around July 29th.
Playstation Australia have just released this awesome trailer for what you can expect in 2016 and it looks amazing. From Uncharted 4, The Last Guardian, Streetfighter V, Gravity Rush 2 and loads more. Give it a look below and let me know what you’re looking forward to!
Japan will be getting a release on the PS Vita for Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons tr. Bandai Namco have confirmed that the game has been slated for release on May 28th with a price of ¥6, 640. Based on the anime, the game will feature “dramatic shooting action” with Nami, a new protagonist for the game.
The game will play out in three distinct separate parts. There’s are “Drama Parts” which is a visual novel style which allows you to build trust between the main characters in everyday life, “Customization Parts” will allow you to build and modify the various crafts in the game and lastly, there’s “Battle Parts,” where you’ll fight with dragons and have the ability to customise your para-mail.
Also of note is that first print copies of the game will ship with a PS Vita custom theme. Here’s a TV spot airing in Japan to promote the game.
The live action adaptation of the cult classic anime, Patlabor, continues with a trailer for the newest movie to hit Japan. This new movie contains the fourth episode called “Norainutachi no Gogo” (The afternoon of the stray dogs) as well as the fifth episode, “Daikaiju Arawaru – Zenpen” (Giant monster rises – The first part).
The third chapter hits Japan on July 12 for a run of two weeks.
Here’s a newly released trailer for the forthcoming Persona 3 The Movie #2: Midsummer Knight’s Dream which slated to hit Japanese cinemas on June 7th. This is actually the fourth trailer released by Atlus so give it a look if you’ve missed the others.
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.