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  1. Anime: Tokyo Ghoul AMV/Opening:
  2. Digital Media Rights revealed on Thursday that it has licensed 10 new anime titles for its RetroCrush streaming service. The titles One-Million Year Trip: Bander Book, Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature, Ambassador Magma, Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick, Voltes V, Shin Getter Robo, ItaKiss, Project A-Ko 2: Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group, Project A-ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody, and Project A-Ko 4: Final are new additions to the roster of recent licenses the company acquired. The company also announced the release dates for the anime titles that will stream on its RetroCrush streaming service in July. The titles will release on consecutive Fridays in July: One-Million Year Trip: Bander Book - July 3 Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature - July 3 Ambassador Magma - July 10 Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick - July 10 Voltes V - July 17 Shin Getter Robo - July 17 ItaKiss - July 24 Project A-Ko 2: Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group- July 31 Project A-ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody - July 31 Project A-Ko 4: Final - July 31 RetroCrush is a free, ad-supported video-on-demand service available in the United States and Canada. The service has apps on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and smart TVs, in addition to being available on browsers. The service launched in March with 12 titles, and added eight anime titles in June. Digital Media Rights stated to ANN that its goal with the streaming service is to "serve as a community built for the consumption and discussion of the Golden Age of Japanese animation, (and some not so retro), from the perspectives of pop culture, fandom, art, internet memes & more." The service plans to include a library of content that "hasn't had proper streaming releases outside of Japan." RetroCrush's streaming partners include Discotek Media, TMS, NHK, Studio Pierrot, AMG, and Happinet, among others. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. The official website for the television anime of Ira Ishida's Ikebukuro West Gate Park novel series began streaming the first English-subtitled promotional video on Friday. Kentarō Kumagai narrates the end of the video as his character Makoto. The mystery novel series is set in Tokyo's Ikebukuro ward, in the eponymous Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Kōen (known by locals as "Ikebukuro West Gate Park," the place's English name). The story centers on Makoto Majima, the son of a local fruit vendor, and known as the "Troubleshooter of Ikebukuro." He helps everyone from his friends to local street toughs in solving various incidents. The anime's premiere has been delayed to October due to the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the production. The anime was previously scheduled to premiere in July. The anime's cast includes Kentarō Kumagai as Makoto, Kouki Uchiyama as Takashi, and Reiō Tsuchida as Kyōichi. Tomoaki Koshida (The Helpful Fox Senko-san, Zoku Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru.) is directing the anime at Doga Kobo. Fumihiko Shimo (Fairy Tail, Infinite Stratos) is in charge of series composition. Junichirō Taniguchi (Prison School, Tada Never Falls in Love) is designing the characters. Ishida published the 15th Ikebukuro West Gate Park novel volume on September 12. The series inspired a popular live-action television series in 2000, as well as a live-action special titled Ikebukuro West Gate Park Soup no Kai in 2003. Sena Aritou serialized a manga adaptation in Akita Shoten's Young Champion magazine from 2001 to 2004, and it received four volumes. Masashi Asaki also drew the IWGP: Denshi no Hoshi manga, and Shō Kitagawa also drew another manga adaptation in 2015. Digital Manga Publishing released all four volumes of Aritou's manga in English. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. Funimation began streaming an English-subtitled trailer on Friday to preview the second half of the Fruits Basket 2nd Season anime. Funimation also revealed a new visual, and revealed that Asako Toki is performing the new opening theme song "Home," and Monkey Majik is performing the new ending theme song "Eden." The anime premiered in Japan on April 6, and is continuing on into the summer season. Funimation is streaming the English dub of the show, after halting its English simuldub production in March due to the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The two 2019 and 2020 anime series adapt Natsuki Takaya's Fruits Basket manga. The adaptation has an entirely new Japanese cast and staff from the previous version, as per Takaya's request. The anime will cover the entire manga's story. Yoshihide Ibata (Pikaia!!, FLCL Progressive) returns to direct the new season at TMS Entertainment. Taku Kishimoto (Silver Spoon, Haikyu!!, 91 Days, Hanebad!) is again in charge of series scripts. Masaru Shindō (Macross Delta, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) is back to design the characters. Takaya herself serves as executive supervisor. The anime's "1st Season" premiered in Japan in April 2019 and aired for 25 episodes. Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the first anime season as it aired. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. Captain America is doing a superhero landing into Fortnite as part of the game's 4th of July celebration, and you can buy him now from the Fortnite item shop. The new skin also comes with some classic back bling and a new type of harvesting tool that's pretty different from anything I've seen in Fortnite before. Take a look in the trailer below. Currently, the Captain America skin only comes with one style: The version of Cap wearing his full helmet and half-mask. That means if you're a fan of Steve Rogers with his helmet off, flashing those luscious sandy blonde locks, you're out of luck, unless Epic adds a new style in the future. All that said, it's a great skin with lots of details to admire, although I'm not so sure Epic has achieved the true status of "America's ass." You can get Captain America in the item shop for 2,000 V-bucks, which is roughly $18-$20 USD. But you'll also get Cap's proto-adamantium shield as both back bling and as a harvesting tool. The item shop description isn't clear on whether you can use the shield for both at once (like, could Cap take it off and put it back on?) so unfortunately we're not sure how that'll work until one of us buys it. But as a harvesting tool, I love the idea of swinging around something other than a pickaxe or those dual axes. Thankfully, the shield is included in that 2,000 V-buck price tag. There's also a new "Grand Salute" emote that makes your character stand triumphantly in front of a shower of fireworks, in another nod to the 4th of July. It honestly might be the only fireworks some of us see this year. It's also worth noting that, in the trailer, Captain America very clearly arrives via the Bifrost, the magical teleportation bridge from the Thor universe. We've already got DC's Aquaman as our unique tie-in skin for the season, so does this mean we're getting more Marvel heroes, or dare I say it, a cross-franchise crossover? I doubt it, but hey, we're talking about Fortnite here. Anything is possible. Source: PCGamer
  6. French studio Spiders make some decent RPGs: what they usually lack in polish they make up for with heart and ambition. Last year's GreedFall was particularly fun: Lauren recommended it "with caveats," which you can read about in her review. Spiders' parent company Nacon teased an imminent reveal on Twitter earlier today. It's definitely a Spiders game, but aside from a pretty vague image (embedded below), we'll probably have to wait until July 7 for more concrete details. Spiders tend not to trade in sequels: the studio has eight games under its belt and not one of them is a follow-up to another. That said, GreedFall seemed to fare better in the review stakes compared to previous games like The Technomancer, Bound by Flame and Of Orcs and Men. The 17th century fantasy setting was certainly unique enough to flesh out some more. There's a fair bit of teasing happening at present, but at least Nacon isn't teasing a teaser, which is what the official Shadow Warrior account did today. Source: PCGamer
  7. Call of Duty: Warzone's new Juggernaut Royale mode is not taking a leaf out of Fortnite's book with a comic crossover, but just like Professor X's dickhead brother, you'll be able to take more of a beating and dish out more damage by donning some fancy armour. The time-limited mode drops you in an otherwise normal Trios match with one twist: Juggernaut armour will drop early on, and everyone in the game will be able to see its location. Whoever manages to survive the initial slaughter gets to don the suit and become a beast—but one who can still be taken out. Once the first Juggernaut is dead, another suit will drop, with the cycle of violence continuing until only one person left standing. It's probably going to be the last person who got their hands on the armour, but I'm sure there will be players up to the challenge of winning it without fighting over the drop. If stomping around Verdansk while dressed up as a fortress sounds like a laugh, you'll only have a few days to make the most of it. Juggernaut Royal Trios will only be sticking around until Tuesday, July 7. Warzone also got a big update a few days ago, adding 200-player matches and some sniper rifle changes. Source: PCGamer
  8. Microsoft Flight Simulator's latest development update has flung some dates at us for the final alpha and the closed beta, both coming this month. Asobo Studios said we'd be getting a timeline for the closed beta release this week, which sounds a bit more informative than what we've actually been given. What we've got is a date for a release date announcement. On July 9, with the next development update, we'll finally know when it's happening. Unfortunately, no other details on the closed beta have been teased, aside from the fact that it's apparently slipped back a bit since we first saw it on the roadmap. It was originally expected in mid-July, but now it's coming later in the month. Alpha 5 will accompany the release date announcement on July 9, and another batch of alpha invitations has been sent out, so you might be able to go for a flight before the arrival of closed beta. Patch notes will appear when it launches. The development update also takes another look at where Flight Sim gets the data that powers its virtual world. Asobo and Microsoft have partnered with several companies that provide data on everything from weather conditions and predictions to global air traffic. The latter comes from FlightAware, which is in the spotlight this week. According to the company, its data stream, Firehose, will allow the game to simulate real-time air traffic, so you'll be sharing the skies with planes that would be near you in real life. If you fancy taking the closed beta for a test flight, remember to sign up to become a Microsoft Flight Simulator Insider. Once you've registered, you'll be able to receive invites to future tests, as well as getting access to the Insider forums. Source: PCGamer
  9. Criterion Games, which recently grabbed the Need for Speed steering wheel again, is giving away a bunch of games for free. They've all been created during one of Criterion's internal game jams, and you can grab all six of them now. Though it's best known for racing games like NFS and Burnout, you won't find cars among this bunch. There is a bit of racing, though. Steak 4 pits you against vegetables and steaks in a skateboard race to determine who's the champion of Criterion's kitchen. You can do sick tricks, humiliate food and duke it out with pals in multiplayer. It's accompanied by Arcadron Arena, a neon racer where you're competing against other AI drones. For obvious reasons, this year's game jam was done remotely, and a couple of the games have drawn some inspiration from the weird predicament we find ourselves in. QuaranTea, for instance, puts you in charge of a bubble tea shop, making you take orders and prepare drinks all while trying to maintain a healthy distance from co-worker and patrons. Rock Hardcore, meanwhile, has you exploring caves underneath your home during the lockdown and looks a lot like Spelunky. Daydream is an unfinished project, but even that looks worth checking out if you fancy playing with a toy monkey—and why wouldn't you? The only one I'm not so sure about is Purrfect Cleaning Company, as I've successfully avoided cleaning up cat shit my entire life and don't want to break my stride now. All six of the game jam experiments can be downloaded over on Criterion's site, and while they're free, Criterion asks that you consider showing your appreciation in the form of a donation to British Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders and Show Racism the Red Card. GET NOTIFICATIONS FROM PC GAMER Source: PCGamer
  10. The Settlers is coming back, probably, but now it's less clear when that might be, exactly. The resurrected strategy management series was unveiled back in 2018 and was due out this year, but today the team at Ubisoft Blue Byte announced an indefinite delay. It was originally expected in autumn 2019, but that became a vague 2020 window last year. Since then, Blue Byte has posted plenty of updates breaking down how various buildings and systems work, accompanied by lots of screenshots, and it looks like you'll have to keep subsisting on them for a bit longer. "Since quality is our main priority, we want to take the time necessary to make it right," reads the message from the team. "Therefore, we had to make the difficult decision to postpone the release of the game until further notice. The additional time will be used to address your feedback and deliver the best 'The Settlers' game possible." The Settlers will let you construct the most buildings in the series, muck around with new population mechanics, send heroes into fighting pits to earn glory and inspire your settlers with a new Faith system. As the name suggests, Ubisoft considers it a reboot, but from what we've seen over the last couple of years, it doesn't seem like it's straying too far from the classic formula. Hopefully things will get back on track. It's been a decade now since The Settlers 7, and while Anno scratches a similar itch, it's got more of an economic bent and a bit less action. And we can never have too many management games, obviously. Source: PCGamer
  11. It's still wild to look at a screenshot of Dwarf Fortress and see graphics and lovely detailed art—it's very surreal, especially after becoming so used to staring at the old ASCII world. Bay 12 and publisher Kitfox Games are still getting it ready for the eventual Steam launch, but in the meantime why not take a look at some critters and treasure? They are excellent birds. In the original game, most of the world and its critters are just described to you, so it's quite the leap to see it all recreated in lovely pixel art. It's probably pretty easy to find good art references for birds, but a bit tougher for Dwarf Fortress's monsters. We got to see some of them earlier in the year, and creator Tarn Adams explained that it was tricky to make the pixel art recreations accurately reflect the original text. They're a handsome bunch of monstrosities, nonetheless. Along with the birds, Adams has shown off some seeds, which you'll be able to plant and nurture into real and fantastical flora, as well as some treasure and coins. There are specific currency materials you can make coins and treasure out of, but you can also craft them out of less precious resources. Unfortunately, just as he was taking the screenshots, a lizard started eating all the seeds. This sounds very Dwarf Fortress, where you're at the mercy of the chaotic simulation even when you're just trying to get a screenshot for a development update. Normally, you'll be able to protect your seeds from lizards and birds by storing them properly or filling your fortress with cats. Dwarf Fortress on Steam doesn't have a release date yet, though you can still let the classic version devour all of your time. It looks like Bay 12 is still experimenting with new features, and Adams says he's been working on lots clickable buttons, widgets and more mouse support lately. Last year, we had a chat with him about how some of these interface changes could make Dwarf Fortress easier to play. Source: PCGamer
  12. Horizon Zero Dawn is one of the most visually striking games on the Playstation 4, but I think it's probably going to look twice as good when it launches on PC on August 7. After months of rumors and a confirmation that the game was headed to PC later this summer, developer Guerrilla Games has updated the Steam page today to give an exact date. Honestly, I'm pretty excited. I played around 15 hours of Horizon back when it first launched but, like too many games, abandoned it only because I got distracted by something else. That was a mistake because I frequently think about the story and I've been itching to start it again. Its August 7 PC release seems like the perfect timing. Labeled the Complete Edition, the PC version comes bundled with the Frozen Wilds expansion and some in-game goodies like cosmetics and some items that you'll definitely use for all of an hour before a better upgrade comes along. Oh well. On the visual side of things, the PC version will feature some significant improvements, including unlocked frame rates, support for widescreen displays, enhanced graphical options and effects, and a built-in benchmarking tool. Horizon Zero Dawn arrives on August 7. If you don't know much about the game, we have a great overview of why people are so excited or it to come to PC that you should check out. Source: PCGamer
  13. Prepare for sand to get rough and absolutely everywhere, because strategy and tactics RPG Battle Brothers has a gritty new expansion coming August 13 called Blazing Deserts. Where last year's expansion added a sprawling, frozen North, this year's adds a southland of city-states, advanced scientific learning, and a sun god who sounds kind of mean. Alongside these new locations to visit will be new non-combat followers to recruit, late game crises to weather, and era-appropriate medieval firearms. In addition to new lands, you'll be able to fight in new Arena matches to earn money. You can also use special new origins to play as a southern mercenary band, a team of ex-gladiators, and the like. There are also giant snakes. Who doesn't love a giant snake? We very much liked Battle Brothers when it released back in 2017, giving it an 84/100 in our review, and it has only improved since then, with subsequent expansions adding all manner of new stuff to do. It was so good that our Evan Lahti penned an ode to it the summer after release. "I started to appreciate that Battle Brothers wasn't afraid to expose me to threats I wasn't leveled for, and each victory and loss started to feel owned and personal," he said. "It reminded me of Mount & Blade, one of the other true 'bottomless' sandboxes on PC that lets you bite off more than you can chew." A sterling comparison, I think. You can check out and/or buy Battle Brothers on the official website. It's also on Steam at 50 percent off for the summer sale. Source: PCGamer

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