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  1. Anime: The Misfit of Demon King Academy AMV/Opening:
  2. The Japan Weather Association has released an information pamphlet regarding disaster prevention and precaution measures in collaboration with the Evangelion series. The pamphlet features fonts from the anime series and is called the "Disaster Prevention Knowledge Instrumentality Project" in reference to the series' "Human Instrumentality Project." The pamphlet, which is being distributed through Evangelion's official LINE account as well as through the project's official website, gives practical tips to maximize personal safety and limit damage in the event of a natural disaster such as an earthquake or typhoon. It is currently only available in Japanese. It's not a surprise to see the Evangelion franchise get involved with disaster prevention matters. Last year, Gehirn Web Services launched an iOS app called "Tokumu Kikan NERV Bōsai Apuri" (Secret Organization NERV Disaster Prevention App) on September 1, which is "Disaster Prevention Day" in Japan. It's also worth noting that the entire plot of Evangelion revolves around preventing disasters and protecting humanity. The Japan Weather Association was founded in 1950 as a weather consultant. According to its English website, the association "is actively participating in public-private projects in the disaster-prevention and the environment sector." Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. The official website for SUPER HXEROES: "H"EROES SAVE THE WORLD, the television anime of Ryōma Kitada's Dokyū Hentai HxEros manga, revealed on Saturday that the series will have six home video releases with a total of 12 episodes. The first Blu-ray Disc and DVD volume will ship on September 16, and one volume will ship each month thereafter. The anime premiered in Japan on Saturday, and Funimation is streaming the series as it airs. Masato Jinbo (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!) is directing the anime at project No.9, and Akitomo Yamamoto (The Girl in Twilight sub-character designer and chief animation director) is serving as character designer. Jinbo is also overseeing the series scripts. HXEROS SYNDROMES — a new special unit produced by the rock band BURNOUT SYNDROMES for this anime with Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as a featured artist — is performing the anime's opening theme song "Wake Up Hx ERO! feat. Retto Enjō (Matsuoka Yoshitsugu)." Ai Kakuma is performing the ending theme song "lost emotion" as her character Kirara Hoshino. Kitada's 11th Dokyū Hentai HxEros manga volume will bundle an original anime Blu-ray Disc and ship on November 4. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. Funimation revealed during its panel at FunimationCon 2020 on Friday that it will launch episodes 588-600 of the One Piece anime's English dub digitally in August. The release marks the continuation of the anime's "Punk Hazard" story arc. Funimation released episodes 575-587 of the dub digitally on Microsoft and Amazon Prime Video on April 28, which marked the return of the company's English dub. The anime's "Season Ten, Voyage 1" DVD shipped on June 9 with the same set of episodes. The anime resumed with episode 930 on June 28. The episode was delayed in Japan due to the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The 930th episode was scheduled to air on April 26, but the anime's broadcast instead reran the 892nd episode (the first episode of the Wano arc). The One Piece anime entered the Wano arc last July. Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu are streaming the anime in North America. Netflix will begin streaming the first two arcs of the One Piece anime, the East Blue and Alabasta arcs, on June 12 in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. The official website for the Tokubetsu Jōei-ban "Hataraku Saibō!!" Saikyō no Teki, Futatabi. Karada no Naka wa "Chō" Ōsawagi! (Special Screening Edition: "Cells at Work!" The Return of the Strongest Enemy. A Huge Uproar Inside the Body's "Bowels!") theatrical anime revealed a promotional video, key visual, and additional cast on Saturday. The new characters and cast members are: Yuri Yoshida as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Kuro) Rie Takahashi as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Aka) Natsumi Fujiwara as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Panda) Yurika Kubo as Lactic Acid Bacteria (Buchi) The theatrical anime will open in Japan on September 5. The anime will feature a story from volume 5 of the manga before it airs on television as part of the second season. Hirofumi Ogura (Black Butler II, Null & Peta) is the new director of the second season (and the theatrical anime) at David Production. Yuuko Kakihara is returning to write and oversee the series scripts. Takahiko Yoshida is returning as the character designer, and Kenichiro Suehiro from Mayuko is returning to compose the music. The anime will feature a returning cast. Cells at Work!! (with two exclamation points), the second anime season of Akane Shimizu's Cells at Work! manga, will premiere in January 2021. The anime adaptation of Shigemitsu Harada and Issei Hatsuyoshiya's Cells at Work! Code Black (Hataraku Saibō Black) spinoff manga will also debut in January 2021 with a separate cast and staff. The first television anime adaptation of the original manga premiered in July 2018 and aired for 13 episodes. Aniplex of America streamed the series on Crunchyroll, and Funimation added the show in February. The company released the anime on Blu-ray Disc with an English dub last August. A new anime special aired in December 2018, and Crunchyroll is streaming the special. Aniplex of America describes the story: This is a story about you. A tale about the inside of your body… Enter the fascinating world inside your body where roughly 37.2 trillion cells work hard for you 24 hours a day and 365 days a year! The cell-sational action comedy Cells at Work! that has garnered praises from a wide array of audiences, from casual viewers to professionals in the medical field is the latest hit edutainment now on Blu-ray. The show is available with English audio, while also showcasing the English version of the opening theme song in each episode. Carry, fix, fight! Don't miss out on your chance to own the only series starring your Cells at Work! Shimizu launched the original Cells at Work! manga in the March 2015 issue of Kodansha's Monthly Shonen Sirius, and Kodansha shipped the fifth compiled volume in Japan in August 2017. Kodansha Comics is publishing the manga in English, and it shipped the manga's fifth volume in English in November 2017. The manga has inspired several spinoff series such as Hataraku Saikin (Bacteria at Work), Hatarakanai Saibō (Cells That Don't Work), Cells at Work! Code Black (Hataraku Saibō Black), Hataraku Saibō Friend, Hataraku Kesshōban-chan (Platelets at Work), Hataraku Saibō Baby (Cells at Work! Baby), and Hataraku Saibō Lady (Cells at Work! Lady). The franchise has also inspired two stage plays, which ran in November 2018 and September to October 2019. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  6. A livestream event to commemorate the third anniversary of the The [email protected] Million Live! Theater Days smartphone game announced on Saturday that Bandai Namco Entertainment's The [email protected] Million Live! smartphone and browser game is inspiring a television anime adaptation. Shinya Watada (Aikatsu Stars! film, Gundam Build Divers Re:RISE) is directing the anime at Shirogumi Inc., and Yoichi Kato (Aikatsu!) is overseeing the series scripts. Namco Bandai Games released the game in 2013 as a spinoff of the main The [email protected] game series. The game features the 765 Pro characters of the original series, as well as 37 new characters. The game allows players to manage their own idol production company, and raise their idols' skills. The game then ended service in March 2018. Bandai Namco Entertainment launched a successor to the game titled The [email protected] Million Live! Theater Days for iOS and Android devices in June 2017. The stage for the new game is a 765 Pro live theater, and it takes place in rooms such as the theater's office, waiting room, and greenroom. The game features the theater clerk character Misaki Aoba. In the game, players can communicate more with certain idols by touching them on screen. The game's solo and unit concerts feature rhythm games. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  7. 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 Funimation Films is partnering with Aniplex of America to release Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen) in theaters in North America. The film is the upcoming sequel to the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba television anime series. The film will open in Japan on October 16. The main staff members of the television anime are returning for the sequel. Aniplex of America describes the television anime's story: It is the Taisho Period in Japan. Tanjiro, a kindhearted boy who sells charcoal for a living, finds his family slaughtered by a demon. To make matters worse, his younger sister Nezuko, the sole survivor, has been transformed into a demon herself. Though devastated by this grim reality, Tanjiro resolves to become a “demon slayer” so that he can turn his sister back into a human, and kill the demon that massacred his family. Koyoharu Gotouge's Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba manga inspired a television anime that premiered in April 2019, and aired its 26th and final episode last September. The manga debuted in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in February 2016, and ended on May 18. Shueisha shipped the manga's 21st compiled book volume on Friday. With this new volume, the franchise has more than 80 million copies in circulation. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  8. Good news if you, like me, love muskets and cannons and a well-drilled firing line in impeccable uniforms. Holdfast: Nations at War has just added new marching animations in the biggest update since the game's release in March. Alongside the new animations there's an elaborate system for managing your in-game groups or clans, called regiments. There are also new respawn systems for officers to reinforce forward positions. But I only really care about the marching! Holdfast: Nations at War is a genuinely unique Napoleonic-era third person shooter with a lively roleplaying scene. It showcases a huge diversity of combat from the era, from naval battles between warships to coastal invasions and full-on field battles with infantry, cavalry, and artillery. This big update also has self-healing for surgeons and a new map, Aunby Valley, inspired by the bucolic Welsh countryside. Holdfast also released mod tools earlier this year, allowing players to make their own tweaks and maps for L'Empereur's battlefield. Source:VideoGamer
  9. Ubisoft has a lot of games simmering away right now, some of which we haven't seen much of for a while, but that's likely to change after Ubisoft Forward. The digital conference is taking place later this month, but today we got a quick glimpse of some of the games it's going to be showcasing. Sadly it doesn't look like Ubisoft has snuck in anything we weren't expecting, with clips of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, and Hyper Scape, which was just unveiled yesterday. Neither Gods & Monsters nor Skull & Bones make an appearance, but that doesn't mean they won't show up in the show. Skull & Bones is the biggest mystery, as we've hardly seen anything since it was announced in 2017. Both games have been hit with delays. Then there's Far Cry 6. Ubisoft has yet to confirm its existence, but there are rumours that it's the game being discussed by Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito, who will allegedly star in it, in this Collider interview. Ubisoft Forward seems like a good place to break the news officially. Ubisoft Forward takes place on July 12 at 8 pm BST/12 pm PDT. Source:VideoGamer
  10. World of Warcraft's lowest population servers are going to be merged with busier ones in a process that will take all summer, Blizzard announced today. This isn't the first time WoW has squished servers together, but this will be a welcome change for players stuck on dead realms who don't want to pay for a costly server transfer. Blizzard made the announcement on the WoW forums, saying that it realizes that certain cross-realm features, like being able to party up and do dungeons with players from different servers, aren't a complete solution to being stuck on a low population server. "From your history with your guild to your interactions with the economy around you, a realm with a healthy population provides more opportunities, and it’s been several years since we last connected some realms," Blizzard wrote. Blizzard recently finished a "comprehensive study" of WoW's various servers and has identified several that will be merged with bigger servers. The merge won't happen all at once, though, as Blizzard is going to slowly merge realms each week over the next two to three months. "As this project unfolds, we will post notices in advance of each week’s connections in the appropriate regions and languages," Blizzard said. "During each maintenance period, everything will be automatically combined for the affected realms. When maintenance is complete, players on affected realms will log into Battle for Azeroth and find that they’re now part of a larger connected-realm community. At the same time, we’ll merge the appropriate realm discussion forums." Honestly, that's great news—especially with the new Shadowlands expansion coming out later this year. Being on a dead realm is a serious bummer, and server transfers are ridiculously expensive. So if you're not happy with where you character is at, it might be worth it to wait to see if your chosen server is due for a merge before jumping ship. Source:VideoGamer
  11. There's nothing quite like going to a music festival, but given the current state of the world, that isn't really an option right now. Luckily you don't have to give up your dreams of getting trashed in a field, urinating in a cup, and dancing like an idiot, because VR is on hand to make you feel like everything is going to be just fine. HTC's Viveport is giving users free premium passes to this year's Lost Horizon's music festival. The event is taking place this weekend from 3pm on Saturday (7am PST) until the 3am Sunday morning (7pm PST, still on the Saturday). You'll get to enjoy live performance across four music stages from the likes of Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Pete Tong, Peggy Gou, Jamie Jones, and more people you probably haven't heard of, but you never know, could be right up your musical street. There are over seventy performances in total, so chances are there's something for everyone. It's being organised by the team responsible for Glastonbury's Shangri-La, partnered with VRJAM and Sansar to create the world's largest independent music and arts festival in VR. If you're not doing anything else with your VR hardware this weekend, it's probably worth popping in just to say you were there. And maybe wonder for a second why it feels like you're in a GTA V rave. To get in on the action simply head over to the Viveport Lost Horizon page, download the Sansar app, and enter the code VIVEPORT2020 at the check-out for the Premium upgrade (which normally costs $10) and you're good to go. Source:VideoGamer
  12. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players have hit out at Activision for what they say are "fake" claims about this weekend's double XP promotional event. "This is not some stupid 'conspiracy theory' that I have, It's actually true, at least in Multiplayer," explained u/Radeni (thanks, Dexerto). "For those of you who play hardpoint, you know that if you're on the Hardpoint the moment it spawns, it gives 450 XP, so with double XP it gives 900XP (as it did before), but this time around, It's still 450XP. I hope I'm not the only one who noticed this because it's quite outrageous." The post - which has been upvoted almost 19,000 times at the time of writing - has attracted over a thousand comments from players agreeing with the OP. "Dude it's so annoying. These 2 days I've bee playing for hours upon hours for nothing. And I had a feeling that I wasn't getting tiers any faster but I wasn't sure so I continued. Such bullshit," said one commenter. "I used a token just to see if it would boost and there wasn't a difference in XP. Also, it didn't increase time of boost either. So it's definitely bugged in some way," added another. As yet, there's been no formal response from developer Infinity Ward nor Activision on either of the companies' social media channels, but we'll keep you posted. In related news, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare recently added a new map with this week's mid-season update and it's got a rat problem... exploding rats, to be precise.... Source:EuroGamer
  13. The first wave of Animal Crossing's summer update was released earlier today, but it only took a few hours for dataminers to dive into the code and discover some new secrets. Thanks to the new NPCs introduced in the update, players will be able to earn some new items and DIYs by helping either pirate-themed Gulliver or Pascal, the red sea otter. As hinted in the update trailer, there's a whole bunch of pirate and mermaid-themed items, which some dataminers have kindly put into some neat tables: While the selection is quite limited, there are also a couple of new seasonal items that can be purchased from Nook Shopping, including a summer solstice crown, winter-solstice sweater, and some rather lovely bamboo grass. Something a little less expected is a change to the NPC visiting timetable - as found by seasoned Animal Crossing dataminer Ninji. The main difference is that Leif, Saharah and Kicks are no longer guaranteed visitors every week, meaning that you should get a more "even spread" of visitors to the island. Ninji also observed that Nintendo is actively tinkering with a save data backup function, something it had previously promised to implement post-launch. Oh, and apparently you can now buy multiple items from Saharah at once - thank goodness. Meanwhile, the community has already been experimenting with the new swimming mechanic, which can be activated by purchasing a wet suit from Nook's Cranny (or redeeming it with Nook Miles Points). Players are working on perfecting their second-level dives, taking part in synchronised swimming routines, and collecting all sorts of weird and wonderful sea creatures from the ocean floor. Some players have discovered it's possible to dive off the pier at the entrance, however, so if you've blocked off some of your island to visitors without securing the beach, you could end up with some unwanted guests. Source:EuroGamer
  14. Giancarlo Esposito - or Breaking Bad's Gustavo Fring, as you might better know him - will reportedly star in Far Cry 6. The news post on GameReactor that first hinted at the rumour has now, curiously, been taken offline. But as our friends at VGC report, a recent interview by Esposito in which he discusses his appearance in a "huge" video game led GamesReactor to claim that Ubisoft's as yet unannounced AAA project is a new Far Cry game. Esposito further added that the development of the secret game required him to develop a "new style of acting". Of course, this wouldn't be the first time a Breaking Bad regular appeared in Ubisoft's FPS shooter series. Michael Mando - who plays Nacho in the critically-acclaimed spinoff Better Call Saul - gave his voice and likeness to Far Cry 3's magnificent antagonist, Vaas Montenegro. Either way, we likely won't have long to wait; Ubisoft Forward, the publisher/developer's virtual conference, is just a few days away now, so hopefully we'll get more news then. In related Ubisoft news, Martin spent some time with new battle royale Hyper Scape and revealed he's "happy to say that, having had a deep dive into the thinking behind Hyper Scape and a handful of matches, there's some real promise here, though, and more than a handful of smart ideas it's bringing to the table". Source:EuroGamer
  15. Blizzard has confirmed plans to merge its less-populated World of Warcraft servers with more populated ones. In a post on the official forums, the team said the decision to "connect the low-population realms to other existing realms" will give players more opportunities without having to shell out for server transfers. "World of Warcraft is best when you have a community of other players around you, and while numerous ways to participate in cross-realm play have been added to the game over the years, there are still many aspects of the experience that are realm-based," wrote community manager, Kaivax (thanks, PC Gamer). "From your history with your guild to your interactions with the economy around you, a realm with a healthy population provides more opportunities, and it's been several years since we last connected some realms." The post goes on to confirm that following a "comprehensive study of realm populations for every realm in the world", the developer will "connect the low-population realms to other existing realms" over the next two-three months "until we've connected every low-population realm in every region to a substantially larger population of players". "As this project unfolds, we will post notices in advance of each week's connections in the appropriate regions and languages," Blizzard added. "During each maintenance period, everything will be automatically combined for the affected realms. When maintenance is complete, players on affected realms will log into Battle for Azeroth and find that they're now part of a larger connected-realm community. At the same time, we'll merge the appropriate realm discussion forums." As the changes will occur during scheduled maintenance, players should not be further inconvenienced by the mergers. In related news, Blizzard recently banned 74,000 World of Warcraft Classic botters, but admitted it faces an uphill challenge in fending off cheaters. Source:EuroGamer

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