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  2. Note: For more of Funimation's announcements on Friday, please see our omnibus article. Funimation announced during its FunimationCon 2020 online event on Friday that it will expand its streaming service to Mexico and Brazil this fall. The company plans to offer select anime titles subtitled and dubbed in Spanish and Portuguese. The streaming service is currently available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. Its content is available in Australia and New Zealand through AnimeLab. (Funimation transitioned its titles to AnimeLab in Australia and New Zealand in January, after shutting down its FunimationNow service in those territories.) Sony Pictures Television announced last September that it and Aniplex were consolidating three Sony-owned anime acquisition and distribution companies — Funimation based in the United States, Wakanim based in France, and Madman Anime Group based in Australia — into one joint venture. Madman Anime Group previously operated the AnimeLab service. Before the consolidation, Funimation was under Sony Pictures Television, while the other two companies were under Sony Music Entertainment Japan's Aniplex. Colin Decker, who became Funimation's general manager in May 2019, leads the joint venture. The joint venture operates under Funimation's name and acquires and distributes Japanese anime through the three component companies. Variety reported in September that the joint venture would cover 10 languages in 49 countries with about 300 employees. Sony Pictures Television Networks acquired a majority stake in North American distributor Funimation for US$143 million in 2017. Funimation ended its content-sharing partnership with Crunchyroll in November 2018, and signed a first-look streaming deal with Hulu. In March, Funimation and Chinese streaming platform bilibili announced a new partnership to jointly acquire anime licenses "over the next few years." Funimation bought Manga Entertainment, which primarily distributes anime in the United Kingdom and Ireland, in May 2019. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. The Mangamo mobile manga subscription service announced during its panel at the Anime Expo Lite online event on Friday that it plans to be available in other territories and to launch an Android version of the app "within the coming weeks or months." Mangamo launched earlier this year on April 15 for iOS devices. It gives readers ad-free unlimited access to legally licensed and professionally localized titles. A subscription costs US$4.99 per month The app uploads chapters daily. Users can read manga on the app from left to right or by scrolling vertically, and the app features a customized reader. Executives from Hulu, Crunchyroll, Netflix, VIZ and other companies created Mangamo. Mangamo currently partners with 11 publishers including Kodansha, Comicsmart, TOPPAN, and North Star Pictures. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. Eleven Arts announced during its panel at the Anime Expo Lite online event on Friday that Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 2 (Haikara-san ga Tōru Kōhen: Hana no Tōkyō Dai Roman), the second of two film adaptations of Waki Yamato's Haikara-san ga Tooru manga, will be available digitally on Amazon Prime Video beginning on July 7. The film opened in Japan in October 2018. Eleven Arts screened the film in theaters in the United States in December 2018. Toshiaki Kidokoro (March comes in like a lion episode director, Fireworks, Should We See it from the Side or the Bottom? line director) replaced the previously announced Mitsuko Kase (Ristorante Paradiso, Young Black Jack) as the director of Gekijōban Haikara-san ga Tōru Kōhen: Hana no Tōkyō Dai Roman. The story is set in Tokyo in the Taishō era (1912-1926). The story follows Benio "Haikara-san" Hanamura, who lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy — contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often outlandish-looking Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and is not as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love. Haikara-san's best friends are the beautiful Tamaki, who is much more feminine than Haikara-san but equally interested in women's rights, and Ranmaru, a young man who was raised to play female roles in the kabuki theater and as a result has acquired very effeminate mannerisms. Haikara-san's betrothed is Shinobu Ijūin, a second lieutenant in the army. Th first film, Gekijōban Haikara-san ga Tōru Zenpen - Benio, Hana no 17-sai, opened in Japan in November 2017. Eleven Arts screened the first film theatrically in the United States and Canada with the title Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 1 in June 2018. Eleven Arts and Right Stuf released the film on Blu-ray Disc in December 2018. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. Warner Bros. Japan revealed a new visual and the theme song singers for Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka III (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III), the third anime season based on Fujino Ōmori and Suzuhito Yasuda's light novel series Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, during its "Stay Connected With Anime" panel at the Anime Expo Lite digital event on Friday. Warner Bros. Japan revealed a new visual and the theme song singers for Dungeon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka III (Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III), the third anime season based on Fujino Ōmori and Suzuhito Yasuda's light novel series Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?, during its "Stay Connected With Anime" panel at the Anime Expo Lite digital event on Friday. As previously announced, Yuka Iguchi will return to perform the anime's opening theme song. The stream revealed the song's title as "Over and Over." The band sajou no hana will perform the anime's ending theme song. The anime is delayed from July to "October or later" due to the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The third season will feature a returning staff and cast. Rina Hidaka joins the cast as the character Wiene, who was teased at the end of the final episode of the second season. The anime's first season premiered in April 2015 and had 13 episodes, and the second season premiered in July 2019 and had 12 episodes. The anime franchise also includes two OVAs, the Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion film, and the Sword Oratoria: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side spinoff television series. Yen Press is releasing both the original novel series and the Sword Oratoria spinoff novels, as well as their respective manga adaptations, in North America. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  6. Funimation announced on Friday that it will stream The World Ends with You the Animation, the anime adaptation of Square Enix's The World Ends with You (Subarashiki Kono Sekai) action role-playing game. The anime will premiere worldwide in 2021. Kazuya Ichikawa (Monster Strike the Animation, Clean Freak! Aoyama kun, Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note) is directing the anime. Midori Gotou at Sanzigen is the screenwriter. Tetsuya Nomura and Gen Kobayashi are credited with the character designs. DOMERICA (Flying Witch Petit) and Shin-Ei Animation (Mysterious Joker, Doraemon) are producing the anime. Takeharu Ishimoto is returning from the game to compose music for the anime. The anime will take place in modern-day Shibuya (instead of Shibuya in 2007 when the game came out) and will feature modern-day technology, such as smartphones. Kouki Uchiyama is returning to the franchise to voice Neku. Other cast members include Anna Hachimine as Shiki, Subaru Kimura as Beat, Ayana Taketatsu as Rhyme, and Ryohei Kimura as Joshua. Nintendo's website describes the game: Complete the mission...or face erasure. That's all Neku knows after regaining consciousness in the middle of a busy intersection without his memories. Now he and his partner must fight to survive a life-or-death game in this twisted tale with more turns than the urban labyrinth of Tokyo they're trapped in.[...] In the crowded chaos of Tokyo, players of the Reapers' Game must complete daily missions or face total erasure. Neku might not be enthusiastic about forging relationships, but with his very life on the line, he'll need to learn how to work together with a partner—and fast: they only have seven days. Jupiter and Square Enix developed the original The World Ends with You game that shipped for Nintendo DS in Japan in 2007 and in the West in 2008. The World Ends With You -Solo Remix- smartphone game developed by h.a.n.d launched for iOS devices in 2012, followed by Android devices in 2014. The World Ends With You -Final Remix- game shipped for the Nintendo Switch in Japan in September 2018 and launched in the West in October 2018. Characters from the game franchise also feature in the Kingdom Hearts game series. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  7. Next-gen graphics card fever has gripped the internet hard over the last couple of months, with rumours flying this way and that about the upcoming [cms-block] GPUs and the ray-tracing-capable [cms-block] cards. But the latest GPU gossip doing the rounds isn’t anything to do with Nvidia’s RTX 3000 series. Oh no. Instead, it would seem Nvidia are preparing yet another variant of their entry level GTX 1650 graphics card called the GTX 1650 Ultra according to a new product listing from a Chinese graphics card vendor. The real kicker of this story, though? Its GPU is apparently based on the same one that currently resides in the RTX 2070. Source: Rock,Paper,Shotgun
  8. Fighting game championship Evo has been cancelled this year following abuse allegations against Evo co-founder and CEO Joey “MrWizard” Cuellar. Evo are ejecting him from the company and replacing him as CEO. The makers of half the games in Evo’s lineup had already pulled out of the event following the allegations, including Street Fighter gang Capcom and Mortal Kombat devs NetherRealm. Evo Online was due to run this weekend, one of the many virtual replacements for events called off due to the pandemic. Source:Rock,Paper,Shotgun
  9. Fanatical is currently in the midst of its Red Hot Sale, with over 5000 games on offer and rolling flash deals launching every 24 hours at the digital PC retailer. The main highlighted deals right now include the Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition for £38.24. This version of the zany looter-shooter comes with the season pass (four DLC expansions) and Deluxe Bonus Content Pack (loads of cosmetics) included. Then there's Life is Strange 2 - Complete Season for £11.21. The sequel didn't seem to become a phenomenon in the same way Max and Chloe's story did, but Tom thought it was “a bolder, more mature sequel” in his Life is Strange 2 review. All five episodes for a little over a £10 sounds great to me. Source: Eurogamer
  10. Amazon is teaming up with the creators of hit sci-fi show Westworld to adapt Bethesda's long-running post-apocalyptic RPG series Fallout for television. A tease for the new series was posted on Amazon Studios' Twitter feed earlier today, and more substantial details have since been reported by The Hollywood Reporter. According to the website, Westworld series creators Lisa Joy and Jonah Nolan will oversee the project (Amazon signed a five-year deal with the duo's Kilter Films to produce new shows for its Prime Video streaming service last year), although no writer is currently attached. Source:Eurogamer
  11. Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot has detailed a set of changes to its internal processes and top editorial board, following numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault concerning employees across the company over the past few weeks. The company's leading editorial group, whose makeup has previously sparked controversy for its lack of diverse voices and ability to handle the issues its games flirt with, has already seen top members Maxime Béland and Tommy Francois suspended while Ubisoft investigates allegations made against them further. "The situations that some of you have experienced or witnessed are absolutely not acceptable," Guillemot said in an internal memo titled Change Starts Today. "No one should ever feel harassed or disrespected at work, and the types of inappropriate behavior we have recently learned about cannot and will not be tolerated. To those of you who have spoken up or have supported colleagues, I want to be clear: you are heard, and you are helping drive necessary change within the company. Source:Eurogamer
  12. Trackmania has always been a bit of a mess. It's something as hard-baked into the series' DNA as lightning quick reaction times and the instantaneous restart, and Trackmania Turbo - the accessible console-focussed compendium of all that's great and good about Nadeo's series and that was the last we saw of it - increasingly feels like something of a blip. If you're a veteran, though, you might be pleased to know the new Trackmania is a return to the old ways; this is fussy, frustrating and frequently brilliant, too. Trackmania - as this new entry is simply known - is a remake of sorts of Trackmania Nations, the popular 2006 entry which helped make the series' name. Essentially it's a return to basics, stripping away most of the excess gained over the years. There's a single car, and essentially a single track type - different surfaces are now folded into the same environment, with smooth tarmac joined by outrageously cambered road, slippery terracotta dirt and oh-my-god-this-is-impossible ice - and the objective is the same as it's always been. Get from one point of a tortuously twisted track to the other. Then do it again, but faster. And again, but faster still. It's as simple as it ever was, and devilishly addictive. A decent Trackmania course takes no longer than 30 seconds to complete, but a decent Trackmania course will also hold your attention for hours as you shave off millisecond by millisecond of your time until you get somewhere close to perfection. That's as true here as it ever was, and the streamlining of it all to one car type just makes it quicker to get to the core of Trackmania's appeal. There's some of that same weight introduced in Trackmania 2 to its handling, making picking out perfect parabolas and maintaining momentum both satisfying and precise whether you're playing on a gamepad or, in traditional Trackmania style, on a keyboard. It takes something special to impart that feeling on a control system so primitive, and Trackmania's handling is pretty special indeed. Source:Eurogamer

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