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The Heroic Legend of Arslan Season 1 Part 1 Review

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Hiromu Arakawa, best known for her work on Fullmetal Alchemist, has released a new manga series called Arslan Senki. This manga series has since been adapted into an anime series by the same name, but is released as The Heroic Legend of Arslan here in the western market. The story follows the young prince of Pars, Arslan, during a time of strife and war in his kingdom. Considering the story is set over 52 episodes, and that this collection only covers 13 of those, some people might find that this particular section isn’t as meaty as most anime series at this point. The story begins with our Prince, Arslan, being instructed in the ways of the sword. But first, before … Continue reading

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Gaming PR: “Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-” Launches on Steam

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Culture Select launched Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of the lunar month- on Steam earlier. Check out the full details below. — “Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-” Launches on Steam An “Eastern Romance Visual Novel” straight from the indie storytelling community of Japan! WILMINGTON, Del. – August 19, 2016 – Culture Select, an up-and-coming localization & publishing start-up, today announced the release of Japanese indie developer Studio Migiha’s Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month-, now available on Steam for Linux, Mac, and Windows! A localization project brought to life by a successful Kickstarter campaign in the summer of 2015, Wish -tale of the sixteenth night of lunar month- is Migiha’s first installment … Continue reading

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Gaming PR: MangaGamer Announces Two New Titles!

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MangaGamer has announced two new titles! Check them out below! — August 19th, 2016–MangaGamer Announces Two New Titles! We’ve had a lot of big announcements lately here at MangaGamer, but today we have two smaller announcements: Detective Masochist from UMeSoft, and Orc Castle from Hentai Industries! Detective Masochist is a game by submissive men for submissive men–a nonstop ride for those who want to cede control to the women in their lives! While the aspiring detective longs for the case to make his career, his wish is granted through a curse that turns his childhood friend into a hot, sadistic domme when she gets turned on! The tables won’t be turned in this game, so get ready to enjoy being taken! On the … Continue reading

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Gaming PR: MangaGamer Releases Tsukiware’s Debut Title, Critical Hit!

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I hope you like that feminine wood! — August 19th, 2016–MangaGamer ReleasesTsukiware’s Debut Title, Critical Hit! Looking for a fun, lighthearted tale of adventure? Join the androgynous Akira as he braves a perilous land full of hard monsters looking to skewer him as he quests for the return of his prized Princess Pony! TsukiWare’s debut title, Critical Hit, is short, sweet, and full of laughs, delivering a good bang for your buck! But it today and have some fun tonight! https://www.mangagamer.com/detail.php?goods_type=1&product_code=185 Critical Hit Welcome to our fantasy world, where the Game Master has tasked Akira, a curious adventurer, with reclaiming his most prized possession. Akira’s journey isn’t without peril, however, as the Game Master doesn’t necessarily have Akira’s best interests in mind… … Continue reading

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Hachioji-P Panel – SMASH! 2016

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Over the weekend at the Sydney Manga and Anime Show!, or SMASH!, convention, the well know Vocaloid DJ and Producer, Hachioji-P, held a Q&A panel. This panel had questions posed from both the audience and the hosts, and proved to be quite an interesting thing to participate in. Hachioji-P, or Eight Prince, answered a lot of questions during the panel. The most important questions of the panel revolved around his career and insights into the Vocaloid scene in Japan. Although he did talk about himself personally a little too. For example, he was asked about some of the steps he takes to make music, to which he answered: “You have to start with something that inspires you, which could be … Continue reading

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How to Become a Professional Video Game Artist Panel – SMASH! 2016

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Today at the Sydney Manga and Anime Show!, or SMASH!, convention, there was a panel at the mini-stage about becoming a video game artist and get some work in the industry. The panel was hosted by Katie Huang who has been working for 7 years as an artist and has vast experience making games in many games and currently works with Blowfish Studios. The panel showcased a lot of her work and advice for convention-goers to take in and use to help get their start in the industry. Apologies if this article is a bit weird to read, I was trying to get as much info out as easily as possible while she was talking. Katie Huang started her work … Continue reading

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Ai-pon, Nonaka Ai Q&A Panel – SMASH! 2016

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“My name is Nonoka Ai, please call me Aipon. A. I . P. O. N.” This was going to be a fun panel, I could tell. Nonoka Ai, the voice actress known for a few roles, but probably most predominantly as Kyoko from Madoka Magica. Straight out of the door were some interesting questions like why she wanted to become a voice actress, which she responded that she wanted to meet YuYu Hakusho. There was another question where she was asked about some excersises she does for her voice, to which she responded that she doesn’t drink and goes to sleep early. She’s pretty energetic. The first Live Dubbing scene was a scene from Gintama. It was the highly energetic … Continue reading

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