Earlier today, Nippon Ichi Software released its second full-length promotional video for 「Disgaea Dimension 2」 — Laharl version. It features our first look at the game’s opening sequence, new characters/classes from the D2 cast, the Item Sea, and battle system. You may view it for yourself after the cut.
According to the official website, an animated film adaptation of the Bandai Namco rhythm and simulation game, 「The iDOLM@STER」, has been green-lit for production.
According to the March issue of Newtype magazine, a new TV anime series from director Imaishi Hiroyuki (Dead Leaves, Gurren Lagann, Panty & Stocking w/ Garterbelt) is in the works. The project is from Trigger — a studio he established shortly after leaving Gainax in 2011. It is untitled at the moment, however, the June issue of the magazine will provide further details — out May 10th. A rough concept illustration can be found below.
Tora Yasu’s four-panel comedy manga series, 「Cyclops Shoujo Saipu~」 (サイクロプス少女さいぷ～), will be receiving a web anime adaptation starting March 12th. The new project will be streamed on the official Weekly Young Jump magazine website. Nakahara Mai will voice the role of the main lead (Saitou Fuuka).
According to the official website for Anime Weekend Atlanta, Touhou Project creator ZUN will be attending this year’s annual AWA convention. In addition, voice actors Asakawa Yuu and Iwata Mitsuo will also be making a special guest appearance.
Some gameplay footage of Rin-chan Nau!, Senbonzakura, and Tell Your World from the PS3 version of 「Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F」 has surfaced online earlier this week. Be sure to check it out yourself after the cut.
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In December of last year, various sources revealed all six new tracks that would be featured on the upcoming Playstation 3 rhythm game, 「Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F」, from Sega. Earlier this week, Famitsu magazine displayed the first screenshots from two of those six new music videos — Senbonzakura and Rin-chan Nau!. Famitsu also reported on a new feature called “Photo Studio” where you can superimpose Miku and her friends in any existing photo by uploading it directly to your PS3.