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  1. Anime: Tokyo Ghoul AMV/Opening:
  2. The August issue of Shogakukan's Petit Comic magazine revealed on Wednesday that Hiro Aikawa's Dōzo Kawaigatte Kudasai (Please Go Ahead and Spoil Me) manga will end in the magazine's next issue on August 7. The manga centers on Aoi Kinoshita, a clumsy woman who one day becomes the center of affection of Mori Kujō, an up and coming executive and incoming president of a company. The manga debuted in Petit Comic on June 8. Aikawa launched the Mikami-sensei's Way of Love (Mikami-sensei no Aishikata) manga in Kodansha's Bessatsu Friend magazine in September 2014, and ended it last October. Kodansha published the manga's eighth and final volume on January 10. Kodansha Comics publishes the manga digitally in English, and it released the seventh volume last October. The eighth volume will release digitally on August 18. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. Hong Kong film distributor Neofilms began streaming a Chinese-subtitled trailer on Wednesday for its screening of Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai: The Clouds Gather, the anime film of Kou Yoneda's boys-love manga Twittering Birds Never Fly (Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai). The film will open in Hong Kong on July 23. The film opened in Japan on February 15. It ranked at #1 in the mini-theater ranking in its opening weekend. The anime will have three 60 minute films, with the second film titled Saezuru Tori wa Habatakanai - The Storm Breaks. The film stars Tarusuke Shingaki as Yashiro and Wataru Hatano as Doumeki (both are reprising the roles from earlier drama CDs). Digital Manga Publishing publishes the Twittering Birds Never Fly manga in English, and it describes the story: The sexually masochistic yakuza boss, Yashiro, isn't the type to warm up to others easily. But when Chikara Doumeki, his newly hired bodyguard, catches his interest, he reconsiders his "hands-off" policy with subordinates. As Yashiro's invitations fail, the yakuza boss finds out his bodyguard has a very personal reason for staying at arm's length. Fuji TV's new Blue Lynx boys-love anime label produced the film as its first project. Kaori Makita (Yuri!!! on Ice, Banana Fish episode director) directed the film at GRIZZLY (Yarichin Bitch-bu). Hiroshi Seko (Banana Fish, Mob Psycho 100 II) penned the script. The piano trio band H ZETTRIO composed the music. Omoinotake performed the theme song "Moratorium." The manga runs in Taiyoh Tosho's Hertz and ihr HertZ magazines. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. This year's August issue of Akita Shoten's Mystery Bonita magazine published the final chapter of Chika Shiomi's Key Jack: Keep Alive manga on Monday. The manga's third and final compiled book volume will ship in October. Shiomi launched the manga in Mystery Bonita in 2018. The manga's second compiled book volume shipped on January 16. Shiomi launched the Key Jack manga in 1999, the Key Jack: Teenage Edition in 2011, and the Key Jack: Deadlock manga in 2016. Viz Media published Shiomi's time-travel drama Yukarism and previous works Rasetsu and Yurara. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. Muse SG revealed on its Facebook page on Wednesday that it will be streaming the television anime of Yongje Park's The God of High School manhwa on the Muse Asia YouTube channel. The first episode will be streamed on July 13 at 9:30 p.m. IST. Muse Asia's YouTube channel will stream a new episode of The God of High School each Monday. Subscribers from India can stream the anime series for free. The anime series will also available in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Vietnam, Brunei, Cambodia, and Bhutan. Crunchyroll announced on June 16 that The God of High School anime will have an English dub. The Crunchyroll Original anime series debuted on Crunchyroll on July 6, and it will also premiere on television in Japan in July. Crunchyroll describes the story: This action-packed series follows a high schooler and his friends as they compete in an epic tournament, borrowing power directly from the gods and uncovering a mysterious organization along the way… With the promise of their heart's deepest desires, motivating their tournament victory. Sunghoo Park (Garo -Vanishing Line-) is directing the series at MAPPA, and Manabu Akita (Kakegurui) is designing the characters. Sola Entertainment is providing production management. Kiyoko Yoshimura (Dogs: Bullets & Carnage, Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing-, Riddle Story of Devil) is in charge of series composition. Arisa Okehazama is composing the music. KSUKE is performing the opening theme song "Contradiction feat. Tyler Carter," and the band CIX are performing the ending theme song "WIN." WEBTOONS started publishing the comic in English in July 2014. Muse Asia debuted the first episode of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime on Wednesday, with one new episode daily. Netflix India is also streaming the entire first season of the That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime anime on its subscription service. The television anime of author Fuse and artist Mitz Vah's That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken or Regarding Reincarnated to Slime) light novel series premiered in October 2018. Yasuhito Kikuchi (Infinite Stratos, Macross Frontier, Busou Shinki) directed the anime at 8-Bit, with Atsushi Nakayama (Absolute Duo) as assistant director. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Tantei Opera Milky Holmes, Girls' Last Tour, Recovery of an MMO Junkie) was in charge of series composition. Ryouma Ebata (Busou Shinki, Magical Warfare) adapted the character designs for animation. Takahiro Kishida (Spring and Chaos, Serial Experiments Lain, Knight's & Magic) was in charge of monster design. Elements Garden composed the music. The anime will have a second season with two cours (quarters of a year) that will premiere in January and July 2021. Shiba's spinoff manga The Slime Diaries: That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensura Nikki Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken) is also inspiring a television anime that will premiere in April 2021. Source: AnimeNewsNetwork
  6. Dual Universe "allows millions of players to interact with each other in a single, fully-editable world," declares the narrator in the trailer above. It's a spectacularly ambitious claim, which naturally makes a person wary—among all the other attempts, will this really be the giant voxel MMO sanbox that grips us? We should have a better idea after August 27, when Dual Universe enters beta. It won't be a free beta, though. You don't see this too often anymore: The Dual Universe beta will cost a monthly subscription fee that ranges in price from about $5.83 to $7 depending on how many months you purchase at a time. Here's the breakdown: 3 months: $20.97 6 months: $38.45 12 months: $69.90 Alternatively, you can get beta access without a subscription and start playing Dual Universe now by buying an Alpha Pack (which will stop being sold soon), but note that the alpha's final content wipe will occur before the beta begins. The release of the beta will also coincide with a lifting of the NDA currently in place for alpha players, meaning testers will be able to talk openly about their experiences with the game. I look forward to reporting on Dual Universe. Whether it succeeds or not, ambitious player-controlled sandboxes are almost always at least interesting. Developer Novaquark has also released Dual Universe's cinematic opening, which you can watch below, and you can find out more about the sci-fi MMO on the official site. Dual Universe's full launch is planned for 2021, at which point Novaquark expects the subscription pricing to remain the same. When we last checked in with Dual Universe during pre-alpha, a player had built a McDonalds in the game, because that's what you do in games that let you build things. Source: PCGamer
  7. During a developer livestream today, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands game director Ion Hazzikostas revealed a feature I don't think anyone expected: vampire parties. When Shadowlands launches this fall, players will venture into Warcraft's afterlife, where four different covenants struggle against an evil force that is devouring all the soul energy. Each of these covenants has their own zone that reflects their style, like the vampiric Venthyr and their enormous, gothic citadel of Revendreth. As players level up, they'll eventually join forces with one of these covenants, unlocking access to special new abilities and armor sets. They'll also help rebuild a Covenant Sanctum which has unique rooms and structures that unlock all sorts of nifty features like extra fast travel options. But, as Hazzikostas explains, players who join up with the Venthyr will also be able to host vampire parties. "If you are a Venthyr in Revendreth, you also have a fourth section of your Sanctum known as the Ember Court, and what the Ember Court is, it's basically a hosting venue for pretty rad parties," Hazzikostas said, explaining that before all the bad stuff happened that forces players to save the day, the Venthyr were all about aristocracy and elegance. "Part of what that means is showing off your influence by hosting grand galas for the most important individuals not just in Revendreth but from across the Shadowlands as a whole." Players who sign up with the Venthyr will unlock a special minigame where they get to help throw these parties. "You can go out, seek out guests, invite them to the party, not literally arrange catering but figure out the different services that will make those guests happy, play through the party in real time, maybe fending off party crashers that are trying to disrupt the festivities," Hazzikostas said. Players who succeed in impressing Shadowlands' social elite will be rewarded with gifts from each attendee in the form of "sweet Warcraft loot." Honestly, it sounds rad. I love the idea of a system that isn't wrapped up in the world-saving stakes that World of Warcraft is usually caught in. Hazzikostas said the system has a "remarkable amount of depth," which makes me hopeful that it won't be a cheap thing you do once and never touch again because your time is better spent grinding dungeons. While only the Venthyr get parties, each covenant will have one of these types of minigames. Though Hazzikostas didn't go into as much depth, he said those who join the Kyrian covenant can inhabit the souls of notable members and undergo special combat trials with a unique set of abilities. The Necrolord covenant lets players create their own Abominations (one of Warcraft 3's iconic units) by mixing and matching different monster parts together. Finally, Night Fae players can access a gardening minigame where they tend a garden of souls. For more on WoW: Shadowlands, check out our comprehensive overview. We're also participating in a special hands-on event today and tomorrow, so we'll have lots more to share soon. Source: PCGamer
  8. I wrote about Dark Souls 3's Modern Firearm mod earlier this week, which adds a bunch of Resident Evil-inspired guns to the game. If you've ever wanted to roll around a decaying fantasy world with an AK-47, PC gaming can make your dreams come true. It's a cool mod to begin with, but in the days since the mod picked up attention, other modders have stepped in to make Dark Souls 3 look and play even more like a shooter. The result plays like a lost Resident Evil game, forgotten somewhere between RE4 and RE6. Modder and cut content specialist Zullie the Witch first tried an FPS mod, but decided it was too hard to tell when you were stuck in an animation you can't roll out of. Zullie deduced an over-the-shoulder perspective would suit the shooting better. So they made the damn thing. The third-person camera mod is part of Zullie's Challenge Mods pack, which also includes their first-person camera mod, a novel if not particularly fun fit for playing DS3 as a shooter. If you prefer peeking over the right shoulder instead of the left, the option is included, though the UI will obscure your character unless you turn it off. The keystone here is an infinite ammo toggle, a necessity for any committed guns-only playthrough of Dark Souls 3. There'd be no souls left for leveling up with all the "arrows" you'd need to buy, otherwise. I gave it a shot in the early areas of the game, managing to beat Gundyr with an over-the-shoulder perspective that made it look like a fight right out of Sony's God of War reboot. The camera mod works even when you're not spitting hot lead. After hitting the High Wall of Lothric, I found my first crossbow—now a Vector SBR semi-automatic rifle—and went back to Firelink to try it out. You'll probably need to fiddle with the aim sensitivity because it's extremely high by default. I was jerking that sucker all over the place, missing enemies right in front of me. But it's a cool change overall. The perspective makes lock-on combat super disorienting, so you're forced to use the sticks to stay accurate. Since Dark Souls 3 was built for melee combat, enemies tend to rush you, just like they do in RE4. I mean, they don't slow down or react to perfect kneecap shots, but the action broadly (so, so broadly) plays out in the same way. Throw in the Leon Kennedy character mod to complete the illusion. The constrained perspective forced me to keep moving and track enemies from all directions, slowing to chip away at their health when I could afford to spend the stamina. Some more fiddling from the pros could make this a legitimate way to play through the entire game. One last note before you get to it: Installing the Dark Souls 3 mod engine first is a good idea since it blocks the game from connecting to the network to avoid a potential ban. Mods are a no-go in online play, especially Cheat Engine, which the camera hack requires. Zullie's Challenge Mods pack is a must for anyone trying to freshen up Dark Souls 3 anyway. It's full of rad options, including a top-down camera, a speed modifier, an NPC stat modifier, and Barrel Souls, a game mode in which every enemy is disguised as a random object via the Chameleon Spell. A lovely box of Dumb Fun. Source: PCGamer
  9. Remember back in the long-ago days of yore, when everyone got angry because Bethesda was charging a couple of bucks for a suit of armor for your horse? The outrage was real, but as Tom pointed out last year, horse armor won—and in case there was any doubt, you'll soon be able to pay $100 for a pretend dragon you can shoot people with in Valorant. The dragon in question is actually part of Elderflame, Valorant's first-ever Ultra skin set, and simply put it turns your guns (and knife, apparently) into a cute, but also slightly cranky-looking, dragon. And no, I'm not kidding about the price. There are five tiers of skins available for purchase in Valorant—Select, Deluxe, Premium, Ultra, and Exclusive—with Ultra Edition skins topping the heap at 2,475 Valorant Points. (Exclusive Edition skin prices vary, so they don't count.) VP are sold in bundles ranging from $5, for 475 VP, to $100 for 11,000 VP. A single Ultra skin ends up costing $25—$5 for 475 VP, plus $20 for 2050 VP—and, as Riot revenue lead Joe Lee noted on Twitter, this is a bundle of four, and thus we end up at $100 for the full set. But wait! There's more! Skins also have "levels" that can be upgraded with Radianite, a different currency that can be earned through the battle pass (with more to grab if you have the premium pass) or purchased directly with VP through the in-game store. Upgrading weapon skin levels unlocks things like new effects, animations, and finishers—like, possibly, the little snort the dragon does on reloads. The $100 gets you in the door, in other words, but if you want all the bells and whistles you could end up having to pay even more. It's pretty wild that a set of weapon skins costs as much as two videogames, especially one that to my eye looks like a knock-off of the Tibetan War Cannon from Clive Barker's Undying. But Valorant is free-to-play and skins don't offer any advantage, and I won't be at all surprised if a lot of players go for it: The cost of some CS:GO skins make the Elderflame price tag look positively restrained. (We haven't done a roundup for awhile, but here's a list from 2017 that'll make your eyes pop.) The Elderflame skin set is set to go live in Valorant on July 10. Source: PCGamer
  10. If you fancy free access to more than 100 Ubisoft games, the publisher is offering just that at the moment. The subscription-based Uplay+ service is available free for seven days, but only until July 27. Pretty much every Ubisoft game worth playing is on there, ranging newer titles like Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, through to ye olde stuff like Beyond Good and Evil and the Brothers in Arms games. The service usually costs $15 (AU$19.95) a month and can be accessed here. A week is hardly enough time to complete one of Ubisoft's massive open world games, nor will you likely burn through the 18 Tom Clancy games on offer. Oh, and don't waste your time with Watch Dogs 2: that's going completely free next week. Source: PCGamer
  11. The main WWE series may be taking a break for the year (and for good reason), but WWE 2K Battlegrounds looks like a fun alternative. Like its stablemate NBA 2K Playgrounds, it takes a lighthearted approach to the otherwise very serious wrestling spectacle. As the trailer above shows, Battlegrounds is not a sim: fighters leap out of choppers onto the ring, magic fire is wielded against guitar playing foes, and there's a goat for some reason. All this and more will be available when WWE 2k Battlegrounds releases on Steam this September 18. There will be three main modes. There are Exhibition matches, and a Campaign centered around the "adventures of seven new WWE hopefuls". These are joined by an elimination mode called King of the Battleground. 2K describes it as a "last-man-standing mode where four players start in the ring while four more wait outside to enter, challenging you to run the gauntlet and defeat them all." Bizarre melee weapons will be strewn across the eight maps, and one of them will probably be the aforementioned goat. The game is available to pre-order on Steam right now. Source: PCGamer
  12. Here's your sad reminder that the Steam Summer Sale ends today. If you've been eyeing up a game and struggling to make your mind up, it's now or never. Or, rather, now or the autumn sale we'll inevitably get in just a few short months. This sale's been an odd one. Instead of bringing in a big new event or minigame, it simply brought us a load of deals and a new feature in the Steam Points store. There's also been an add-on sale that saw £5 off of your first purchase of £30 or over, which feels like a direct response to Epic Games Store's own voucher system that sees games regularly go for ridiculously low prices during seasonal sales. While these doesn't make up for the disappointing loss of the daily deals and flash sales we enjoyed a few years ago, it has felt nice to have a sale not be clogged up with a load of minigame nonsense at the same time. It's expected that any points you accrue in this sale will carry on past it, so don't worry about spending them straight away. As always, /r/GameDealsMeta has an excellent thread listing some of the best deals you may have missed. There's also SteamDB, which can help you find games that are above specific user ratings while also being on discounts worth bothering with, if you wanted to snap up the best deals. My personal highlight of the sale has easily been Supraland, a game that combines Portal's first-person physics-based puzzles with a Metroidvania-y style open-ended world to explore. I've been pouring almost all of my free time into it, and at £6.97 I can absolutely recommend it. The sale ends today (July 9, 2020) at 10AM PST (6PM BST). Source: PCGamer
  13. Assassin's Creed Valhalla appears to be full of holes, with yet another leak appearing ahead of Ubisoft's upcoming showcase. This time it's a smaller clip, mostly focusing on a fight between Eivor and a lady who can throw ghosts—a classic Anglo Saxon trick. The series has always flirted with magic and mysticism, but it really started to lean into it with Odyssey, which pit Alexios and Kassandra against a gaggle of gods and monsters. Eivor's fight with Cordelia, which was shared on Reddit, is still a familiar one-on-one duel and for the most part has the pair exchanging blows with swords and axes, but there's the added wrinkle that Cordelia can teleport, summon ghosts and conjure lightning. It's a bit more to keep track of than most Assassin's Creed fights, and it looks like the challenge ramps up a bit in the second phase Following the fight, we get another look at the inventory system and the new skill tree, which seems quite a bit more elaborate than its predecessor. There are still three broad paths, but there are a lot more branches and routes you can take. The map makes a brief appearance, too, giving us a look at Mercia and East Anglia, of which only a tiny portion has been explored. The regions have a suggested power level, and there are progress meters for wealth, mysteries and secrets, which will presumably fill up as you uncover treasure and other hidden items. If you want to see more footage, check out the 30-minute Assassin's Creed Valhalla leak from the weekend. And you can expect some higher quality footage during Ubisoft Forward on July 12. Source: PCGamer
  14. World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the upcoming expansion, isn't out until sometime later this fall, but during a livestream today Blizzard announced the beta would begin next week. Like all previous expansion betas, this will be a great chance to jump in ahead of the launch and try out some of the new zones and dungeons—though your progress won't carry over to live servers. Shadowlands beta invites are going out next week, and to opt in you'll need to go to your account management page on Battle.net and toggle on the option to receive beta invites. To play the beta, you'll need to download a special client from the Battle.net launcher. During the livestream, game director Ion Hazzikostas offered some more details about what changes players can expect, especially if they've been active in the closed alpha test that started back in April. One of the biggest changes is that Torghast, Shadowlands' endgame roguelike dungeon that changes each time you enter it, will not restrict how often you can play it each week. That's great news, as lots of WoW's coolest content over the past expansion has been gated by similar restrictions that tend to be very annoying. The beta will be a pretty complete experience, too. Players will be able to level all the way to the level cap. Hazzikostas said the beta is "feature complete," but there are lots of bugs (obviously), but this will be the first time players can experience nearly everything coming in Shadowlands. We'll have more on Shadowlands and coming later this week. Source: PCGamer
  15. You can play Minecraft on your console, your phone, on Windows 10 or in Java, but is that really enough? No, of course not. There are still loads of places where you can't play Minecraft. Why can't I build a castle on an ATM? That might be an impossible dream, but at least I can now play it in Half-Life. Half-Craft is a work-in-progress mod from b4n4n4 that ports Minecraft to the GoldSrc engine, finally letting Gordon Freeman take a break from dodging headcrabs to build himself a lovely cabin, or maybe a giant stone cock—his options are limitless. The alpha demo vid, above, looks almost exactly like Minecraft, though the torch icon is of course from Half-Life. It looks like some of Gordon's weapons are available, too, along with his hand. Those blocky Minecraft appendages don't have the dexterity for an assault rifle, apparently. When you're holding regular Minecraft items, however, your arm will go back to normal. It sounds like the process to port Minecraft to the GoldSrc engine has been a tricky one, and b4n4n4 has detailed some of the problems they encountered, most notably networking issues that slowed things down a lot. They've come up with solutions, however, and now you can try out the alpha for yourself. The aim is to make the mod comparable to the alpha and beta builds of the original game, but b4n4n4 warns that there are some bugs that still need to be squashed in the current version, and that it's just got the basics. You can break blocks, place blocks and explore, but you'll need to spawn the blocks yourself. Expect some graphics issues, too, and it's not been designed with multiplayer in mind. Future plans include adding Minecraft's survival mechanics, and b4n4n4 will be releasing multiple improved versions this month. You can download the alpha over at ModDB. Source: PCGamer

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