Japanese TV drama Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light is getting a feature film adaptation. It will star Kentaro Sakaguchi as the son and Kotaro Yoshida. In the original TV show, Yudai Chiba played the son and Ren Osugi, who passed away last year, was the father.
It’s become expected that the disc release of an anime will go back and fix any spotty animation that the show let slide during the broadcast. That’s not always the case!
A nearly one-to-one scale Duel Disk is going on sale in Japan. In Yu-Gi-Oh!, the Duel Disk is a piece of dueling hardware for card-carrying Duelists.
Dialogue dubbing for Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 has begun. Pictured is a copy of Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno’s script. The movie is slated for a 2020 release in Japan.
Hayao Miyazaki may like many things, but the Lord of the Rings movies and the Indiana Jones series don’t appear to be among them.
Sega is making a new Yakuza game for PS4 that will star Ichiban Kasuga, who made his debut in Yakuza Online. Sega is holding auditions for one of the game’s female co-stars.
Last year, Taiwan’s Chen San-yuan went viral with his bicycle contraption to which nine phones were affixed so he could play Pokémon Go around Taipei. Now, he has more phones and a new gig: ambassador for Asus ZenFone smartphones.
In cities across Japan, arcades are beacons of the night. They are a place to take refuge, escape, and unwind, which is what makes them so special.
Anime art is not static. It is constantly changing with each passing year. Some of those changes are noticeable. Others less so.
Online for the arcade version of Pokkén Tournament is ending in Japan. The game launched in 2015 and online for arcades will cease from March 25. Shame about arcade online play, but the game is very good on the Switch.
Streaming for anime Pastel Memories has temporarily been halted and DVD and Blu-ray releases of the show’s first three episodes have been cancelled. The reason, it seems, could be related to how the show parodies another anime.