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  1. NHK is listing in its "Changes in Domestic Programs in the Second Half of 2020" document that the Attack on Titan The Final Season anime will premiere on Monday, December 7 at 12:10 a.m. (Sunday, December 6 at 10:10 a.m. EST). Funimation confirmed it will start streaming the anime on December 7, and revealed a new key visual. A special preview video after the final episode of the third season had announced in June 2019 that the final season would premiere this fall. However, the anime's official website and videos do not list a specific premiere season, but list only that the show will air on NHK-General. Funimation and Crunchyroll announced on Tuesday that they will stream the anime with English subtitles, and Funimation will additionally stream the anime with an English dub. Crunchyroll will stream the anime in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, and Latin America. Yuichiro Hayashi (Dorohedoro, Garo the Animation, Kakegurui both seasons) is directing the anime at MAPPA. Hiroshi Seko (Ajin anime franchise, Vinland Saga, Mob Psycho 100 anime franchise) is returning to oversee the series scripts. Tomohiro Kishi (Dorohedoro, 91 Days) is designing the characters. Hiroyuki Sawano is returning to compose the music, alongside Kohta Yamamoto (Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga, The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments). Attack on Titan manga creator Hajime Isayama previewed the rough layout draft for the final panel of the manga series on the MBS documentary program Jōnetsu Tairiku in November 2018, and has stated he aims to end the manga this year. Update: Funimation confirmed it will start streaming the anime on December 7, and revealed a new key visual. Source: Funimation Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  2. The official Twitter account for the second season of the television anime of Afro's Yurucamp (Yurukyan△, Laid-Back Camp Δ) manga unveiled a new image visual that director Yoshiaki Kyougoku personally laid out for the second season on Thursday. The visual shows Nadeshiko alongside her friend Ayano in middle school on a summer day, before Nadeshiko moved to Yamanashi at the start of the first season. (This scene did not appear even in the original manga,) The image visual is the first of five that the anime will present. The second season will premiere in January 2021. Tomoyo Kurosawa (Sound! Euphonium's Kumiko, Land of the Lustrous' Phos, O Maidens in Your Savage Season's Hongō) is joining the second season as the character Ayano Toki. The first anime premiered in January 2018, and Crunchyroll streamed the 12-episode series as it aired. Yoshiaki Kyougoku (Kuroko's Basketball and Robotics;Notes episode director, Tokyo Ghoul unit director) directed the first anime at C-Station (STARMYU, Dragonar Academy). Jin Tanaka (Kirakira ☆ Precure a la Mode, Anne-Happy) handled the series composition, and Mutsumi Sasaki (Dragonar Academy, Chaos;HEAd, Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~) was the character designer. Akiyuki Tateyama (Kuma Miko: Girl Meets Bear, Idol Incidents) composed the music at MAGES. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. Shueisha confirmed on Thursday that when the 22nd compiled book volume of Koyoharu Gotouge's Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga ships on October 2, the manga will have 100 million copies in circulation (including digital copies). It will be the eighth manga title from Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine to reach 100 million copies in circulation (not sales), after Kochikame, Dragon Ball, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Slam Dunk, One Piece, Naruto, and Bleach. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba had 40 million in circulation after the 19th volume in February, 60 million after the 20th volume in May, and 80 million after the 21st volume in July. Ryōji Hirano will launch a short spinoff manga titled Kimetsu no Yaiba: Rengoku Gaiden centering on the Flame Hashira character Kyōjurō Rengoku. Theatergoers in Japan who see the Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen) film will receive a "Rengoku Volume 0" manga volume, and the next issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump will also carry the 19-page one-shot manga by Gotouge. Amazon previously previewed the cover of this year's 42nd issue of Shueisha's Young Jump magazine last week, which revealed the 100-million-copy milestone, but later removed that part of the image. The issue also shipped on Thursday. As of the manga's 21st volume (which shipped on July 3), the entire franchise has sold 71.618 million copies in Japan, with 80 million copies in circulation. That includes digital copies and a 3-million-copy first printing for the 21st volume. The 21st volume ranked #1 and #2, respectively, on Oricon's manga chart for the June 29-July 5 week. The regular edition sold 1,191,086 physical print copies, while the limited edition sold 850,091 physical print copies, for a total of 2,041,177 copies sold in three days. Shueisha revealed last November that the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga was the company's second highest-selling manga in 2019, second only to Eiichiro Oda's One Piece manga. The manga ended on May 18. The book franchise also includes several novels. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. Kodansha announced on Thursday that it is issuing the 100th printing of Katsuhiro Otomo's first Akira manga volume on Friday. It is the first manga volume in Kodansha's history to reach this milestone. The volume shipped 36 years ago in 1984, and Otomo thanked readers for their support throughout the years. The science-fiction action manga is set in Neo-Tokyo, a city rebuilt after being destroyed in a mysterious explosion. The manga ran in Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine from 1982 to 1990. Otomo directed his own animated film adaptation that premiered on July 16, 1988 — the same day that the story has the fictional Tokyo being destroyed. The anime film has a 4K remaster that opened in Japanese theatrers on April 3 on 36 IMAX theaters. The film ranked at #9 when it opened. Funimation is screening the remaster in select theaters in the United States on September 24, and will also release it on a limited-edition 4K Blu-ray Disc and DVD on December 22. Manga creator and anime director Otomo announced at Anime Expo panel in July 2019 that a new anime project for Akira is in the works. Sunrise president and CEO Makoto Asanuma said at the same panel that the staff wants to incorporate the entirety of the manga's story. Warner Bros. announced a live-action film adaptation of the manga in 2008, with Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, Boy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) directing the film. Entertainment news website Deadline reported last December that Warner Bros. moved its planned film off its release schedule. Entertainment news website Variety reported in July 2019 that Warner Bros. has delayed the film indefinitely. The film was previously slated to begin production in fall 2019, and its release was scheduled for May 21, 2021. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. The official website for TOHO's Kimi wa Kanata (You Are Beyond) theatrical anime film revealed on Thursday that rock band saji will perform the anime's theme song. This is the first time the band will perform a theme song for an anime film, and saji vocalist Takumi Yoshida is composing the song specifically for the film. The film will open in Japan on November 27. The teaser poster visual (seen right) shows the film's two main leads standing before the deserted East Exit of Tokyo's Ikebukuro Station, one of the film's settings. The tagline on the poster reads, "Why can't I remember ..." The adolescent fantasy film is set in Tokyo's Ikebukuro district, and centers on two childhood friends named Mio and Shin. Mio has feelings for Shin, and always thinks about him, but has never been able to tell him how she feels. One day, they get into an argument over something trivial, and sometime afterward, Mio decides to make up with him. As she heads to Shin while being drenched by the rain, she gets into a traffic accident. When Mio regains consciousness, she finds herself in a new and unfamiliar world. The film stars Honoka Matsumoto (Ride Your Wave's Yōko Hinageshi) as Mio, and Toshiki Seto (Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's Kamen Rider Brave) as Shin. (Character name romanizations are not official.) Saori Hayami plays Kiku-chan, a mysterious girl who helps out Mio after she awakens in an unknown world. Yui Ogura plays Madoka, Mio's friend. Kōichi Yamadera and Ikue Ōtani are voicing a single character named Gimon, who guides the main lead Mio through a mysterious new world. Yoshinobu Sena (Neko mo, Onda-ke's director and writer, Vampire Holmes' original concept and lead voice actor) is directing the film, penning the script, and is also credited for the original concept. This is Sena's directorial debut with a theatrical anime film. Digital Network Animation is producing the animation. CUCURI is credited for planning and developing the project. Rabbit House and Elephant House will distribute the film, and Kadokawa will publish the original novel. Source:ANIMENEWSNETWORK
  6. InXile has released a patch for its role-playing game Wasteland 3 that tackles some of the biggest issues with the game. Patch 1.1.1., which is now live on Steam, GOG, the Microsoft Store, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, aims to improve performance on consoles, fixes a troublesome co-op loading screen crash, and takes aim at the Antique Appraiser perk exploit. While I loved Wasteland 3, it's pretty rough around the edges, and it has some serious issues on consoles and in co-op in particular. InXile said this patch makes over a dozen changes aimed at improving performance and stability, especially on consoles. Source:EUROGAMER
  7. You might think, after dropping $7.5bn on Bethesda and Zenimax, Microsoft would be done buying games companies for the foreseeable future. Not so, Microsoft boss Satya Nadella has suggested. Developer and publisher acquisitions remain on Microsoft's radar, Nadella told CNET, playing down suggestions from some analysts that the company was done splashing the cash. Source:EUROGAMER
  8. Cloud Gardens seeks to start a dialogue between game and player about nature and the built environment. It's a conversation I don't really want to butt in on here, because I've played the game and had the privilege of thinking my own way through it, and I shouldn't rob anyone of that. But there's something else here that I love, so I will gush briefly and incoherently instead. This is one of those diorama games. You start each level with a floating chunk of real estate - a tumbledown road or the skeletal rig for urban signage. Then you apply little nubbins of plants to the diorama and watch them grow. The aim is to reach a certain level of coverage, and you can encourage plants to grow further by chucking in extra items that you're given - street signs, a stack of tyres, a shopping trolley perhaps, or a couple of empty bottles. I was enjoying this for a few levels and having one of those dreamy, ruminative days that a diorama game can hand you. But then I unlocked a new kind of plant to grow - my third or maybe fourth. And everything changed. Source:EUROGAMER
  9. You may remember that back in June, the UK Government announced it would launch a call for evidence on loot boxes in response to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee's inquiry into immersive and addictive technologies. Well, that's launching today - and is now open for submissions. Announced via the UK Government website, the call for evidence seeks "the experiences of players and their parents or guardians as well as rigorous, high quality data and research from video games companies, academia, civil society as well as any other organisations with an interest in this issue." That means both players and game organisations can have a say on loot boxes - so if you want to write in through the player survey or feedback form, you can find the information on this page. You'll have until 22nd November to get all your thoughts down, as this is when submissions close. This isn't the first time a British government body has asked for evidence on loot boxes: back in January 2019 the DCMS Committee called for individuals and members of the public to discuss their experiences as part of its preliminary research into problems with gambling and addiction in video games. As a result of this evidence-gathering, the DCMS Committee recommended that the UK Government regulate loot boxes under the Gambling Act, with all the extra rules and regulations that entails. Source:EUROGAMER
  10. It's perhaps the last remaining hangover from No Man's Sky's rocky launch; the poster child for what many saw to be promises unfulfilled and the one major pre-release tease that's continued to remain elusive, despite four years of tireless post-launch support. But now, six years after its initial 2014 unveiling, Hello Games' exploratory space sim finally has its sandworm. Sandworms are just one of the many, many new additions in No Man's Sky's latest update, one the developer is calling Origins for reasons that will become clear; despite 2020 having been an unusually busy year for No Man's Sky in terms of release frequency, Origins, which launches today on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, is another mammoth undertaking, rivalling the size and scope of No Man's Sky's previous Next and Beyond updates. Yet while both of those took a rather scattershot approach to expansion - delivering everything from multiplayer to VR support between them - Origins is unusually laser-focussed in its inception; it's also arguably the update that fans of No Man's Sky's early exploratory promise have waited for the longest, finally giving the four-year-old game a massive injection of variety. Source:EUROGAMER
  11. The original and best Unreal Tournament, released back in 1999, has just received a new patch. Update version 469 is available now from Github, and is designed for the small community of PC players still logging on to frag each other and score m-m-m-monster kills with well-placed Redeemer shots on Facing Worlds. The patch is the work of the OldUnreal forum, building on work from the UTPG (Unreal Tournament Preservation Group), a collective of community programmers and server admins that took over after Epic Games wound up its official support. Source:EUROGAMER
  12. R-Type Final 2 comes out spring 2021 for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The news was revealed by Japanese magazine Famitsu (thanks, Gematsu). In 2019, Granzella - a team of veterans of the series and from original developer Irem - successfully crowdfunded R-Type Final 2. The side-scrolling shoot 'em up sequel looks pretty promising. Our Martin is very excited indeed. Source:EUROGAMER
  13. A Mortal Kombat 11 dataminer has unearthed evidence that points to a 1995 movie cast voice pack. As GameRevolution reports, a YouTube channel called IX uploaded a video containing what sounded very much like Mortal Kombat 11 intro voice work from the actors who played Raiden, Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade in the cult classic 1995 movie. That is, the voices of Christopher Lambert, Linden Ashby and Bridgette Wilson can be heard doing their take on existing Mortal Kombat 11 lines. Adding legitimacy to this "leak", the video was blocked by publisher Warner Bros. on copyright grounds. But of course the internet noticed, and reddit has a copy. Source:EUROGAMER
  14. Geoff Keighley's annual December games announcement show will broadcast live from three cities around the world on 10th December. The show will be filmed in empty studios based in Los Angeles, London and Tokyo, which will link up to provide this year's ceremony. Speaking to Variety about this plan, Keighley said the idea to connect up these cities was in part inspired by Death Stranding, the post-apocalyptic delivery game made by Hideo Kojima in which he also cameoed. Source:EUROGAMER
  15. Baldur's Gate 3's early access release has been delayed again, but this time it's just by a week. Developer Larian announced Baldur's Gate 3 will now launch in early access form on 6th October on Steam, GOG and Stadia. It was meant to launch on 30th September. Explaining the decision, Larian mentioned Baldur's Gate 3 is still yet to get the seal of approval from its "World Tester". This is described as an AI "super-gamer" that plays the game at breakneck speed, stress testing and pushing it to its limit. Source:EUROGAMER

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