Dragonball Fighter Z is getting a lot of attention since its reveal at E3, and for good reason. It’s been a while since Arc System Works has been in the news so frequently, but it’s a welcome sight with their incredible engine that seems tailor-made for a title such as this.
Even simple things like adding Future Trunks (that’s not simple, that’s awesome) makes headlines. On top of that, we also have confirmation that Dragonball Fighter Z is receiving a beta for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, before the game’s release in 2018.
Later this coming month, July 21st, to be exact, Splatoon 2 hits the Nintendo Switch. To say people are excited would be a bit of an understatement. In anticipation of the upcoming release, Nintendo has partnered with Bandai Namco for several lines of toys and merchandise, the first of which are these adorable little miniature ink guns.
You can get a taste of them above, but hit the the jump for a look at the full line of surprisingly detailed miniature toys. The line releases in Japan today.
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Netflix has released the first of what I assume will be a few more character posters for the upcoming live-action English adaptation of the famed manga, Death Note. The first poster shows Ryuk, the shinigami that drops his Death Note to keep himself occupied out of boredom.
Written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Death Note follows a high school student who finds a supernatural notebook, realizing if the owner writes someone’s name into it while picturing their face, he or she will die. Becoming infatuated with his newfound godlike-status, he sets off on a murderous spree to rid the world of crime and tyranny. Netflix is directed by Adam Wingard, and hits August 25th. Hit the jump to check out the new poster in full.
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Nintendo has confirmed that the Super Nintendo: Classic Edition is not only a real thing, but is launching later this year, on September 29th, for $79.99! In the box, you get an AC Adapter, HDMI Cable, and two wired SNES Classic Controllers. The system features 21 titles, including the previously unreleased StarFox 2, which is an absolute shock to the system.
The miniature console also includes: Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, F-Zero, Super Mario Kart, Zelda LTTP, SF2 Turbo, Super Metroid, Super Punch-Out, Castlevania IV, Mega Man X, Kirby Super Star, Final Fantasy III, Kirby’s Dream Course, StarFox 1, Yoshi’s Island (First official re-release EVER by Nintendo), Super Mario RPG, Contra 3, Secret of Mana, EarthBound, and Super Ghouls n Ghosts.
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Bandai Namco has released a first look at the newest Taiko game: Taiko No Tatsujin: Session de Dodon ga Don! The newest entry in the rhythm series is being released on PlayStation 4 later this year, with a new local multiplayer function to give the game a classic arcade-feel, as well as multiplayer “ghosts” to compete with your friends when they’re not there.
The trailer above also gives us a look at the new drum controller from HORI for PlayStation 4. The latest title features over 70 tracks, including Your Name’s theme song “Zenzenzense” by RADWIMPS, and more.
Good Smile Company has revealed some fantastic news today, with the addition of a new Ice Kirby Nendoroid coming later this year. On top of that, they’re re-releasing the coveted classic Kirby Nendoroid, as well. The new Ice Kirby is a re-paint of the classic pink and includes an ice crown, ice breath, and ice effects for skating, as well as Kirby abilities like the umbrella for Parasol, the bandana for Fighter, and stars for the Star Bullet ability, which is apparently what it’s called when he spits out a star.
Good Smile also revealed that those who pre-order Ice Kirby through, them will also receive an Invincible Candy accessory. Ice Kirby will retail for roughly $43, while classic Kirby will retail for $40. Pre-orders for both will be open until August 10, and they are expected to be released this December. Hit the jump for pictures of the adorable figures.
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Looking at the thumbnail for the video, you would think that there’s an awesome Dragonball Super-themed endless runner game in the works. That would be fantastic! Instead, it’s an actual exercise-run. The 5K kind.
Fans of Dragonball in Tokyo can take part in the Tokyo run on September 1st, while the Aichi Prefecture run will be held on September 23rd. There’s currently little information, but keep an eye on the Official Website for more.
SEGA has announced its continued efforts at a full re-brand, and attempt back at their past glory, with a new mobile endeavor called SEGA Forever. SEGA is bringing its entire back catalog of games to Android and iOS, completely free. The games will include controller support, and be Ad-free for a small fee of $1.99.
That selection isn’t just limited to Genesis games, either. Dreamcast, and Saturn games have also been kicked around. WiFi Multiplayer connectivity will be included in certain titles at launch, but SEGA is also looking into 3G and 4G options.
Check out our first look at the new Mazinger Z feature length animated film. Produced by Ichinao Nagai and Yu Kanemaru – with the blessing of original creator Go Nagai, Mazinger Z is set 10 years after the classic and acclaimed anime of the same name.
Currently, there is no release date, but expect to hear more from Toei Animation soon. They’ve got a full schedule of Japanese feature length animated films, and it’s exciting to see it all come together.
Legendary has officially announced that Godzilla: King of the Monsters has begun filming today, as well as releasing an official synopsis. Director Michael Dougherty (Trick R’ Treat, Krampus) is behind the lens this time, with an ensemble cast starring Zhang Ziyi, Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Millie Bobby Brown, Bradley Whitford, Ken Watanabe, Thomas Middleditch, Charles Dance, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Aisha Hinds
They have also confirmed, thanks to the synopsis the appearance of the monsters we saw in the post-credits scene for Kong: Skull Island. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is set to release on March 22, 2019.
The new story follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species—thought to be mere myths—rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity’s very existence hanging in the balance.
Fans of Attack on Titan were forced to wait 4 years for the second season to hit the screen, after the explosive first season put the show on the global map. Now, with the second season coming to a beautiful end, it looks like we won’t be waiting anywhere near that long for the coveted third season.
Attack on Titan: Season 3 will premiere in 2018, thanks to a preview trailer (seen above) released by distributor, FUNimation. The second season started off slow but came to a head that was reminiscent the intensity the show had to begin with, so it was nice to see it back up to par with itself.
Tokyo Ghoul just got its longest trailer yet, with a packed 3-minute theatrical trailer that gives us our best looks at the main characters of the film, as well as the effects. We even get a taste of the official theme of the film, by the band RADWIMPS, who also performed music for this year’s critically acclaimed Your Name.
Tokyo Ghoul follows Ken Kaneki, a boy who is attacked on a date gone wrong, and becomes half-human and half-ghoul. Set in an alternate reality where creatures called ghouls live amongst humanity and feed on flesh to survive.
It looks as if Nintendo wasn’t quite finished announcing games after their E3 Spotlight (Check out full coverage here). Metroid Prime 4 was just announced this morning, and now the company has announced a second new Metroid game, this one is a remake of the classic Metroid: Samus Returns.
Check out the trailer above for the first gameplay footage of the game. Nintendo is taking a strange approach to their announcements, but this spread-out strategy is most certainly effective for keeping the buzz going. You can also hit the jump to view the special edition, and two new Amiibo figures releasing alongside it.
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After some incredible fan anticipation, the unique animated Godzilla film that has seen Netflix and Toho partner up has finally gotten a new update. This one is a new teaser poster, posted on the official Toho Twitter that shows the Godzilla we’re getting looks very close to the 2014 American version.
You can hit the jump to view the poster, which reads “Despair Evolves” in reference to their smash hit, Shin Godzilla, which released last year.
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It’s been a busy morning for Nintendo, as the company has also revealed a new trailer for the upcoming 3DS title, Hey! Pikmin. The new trailer shows off the games many Pikmin types, and their abilities throughout the game, as well as items and new enemies.
In Hey! Pikmin, you’re once taking control of Captain Olimar after his ship crashes to an unknown planet on his way back from work one day. In order to escape, you must collect 30,000 Sparklium with the help of your flowered friends.
Hey! Pikmin releases in Japan on July 13, 2017, and North America and Europe on July 28 for the Nintendo 3DS.