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  1. Anime: Black Clover AMV/Opening:
  2. The 52nd issue of Kodansha's Ane Friend magazine revealed on Monday that Rila Kirishima will launch the Mone-sensei no Nasu ga Mama ~Tensai BL Sakka no Ironna Osewa Shimasu~ in the next issue on March 1. The story will center on a genius boys-love manga creator named Mone and someone who becomes her assistant at their older brother's request. Kodansha Comics is publishing Kirishima's World's End and Apricot Jam manga in English. The manga ran in Kodansha's Dessert magazine from December 2013 to July 2016. Kodansha published the series in six compiled volumes. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  3. Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Tuesday that it has licensed Aonoshimo's manga adaptation of Inori and Hanagata's I'm in Love with the Villainess (Watashi no Oshi wa Akuyaku Reijō) yuri light novel series. The manga series will have both physical and digital releases, and the first volume will ship in July. Seven Seas Entertainment describes the story: Ordinary office worker Oohashi Rei wakes up in the body of the protagonist of her favorite girls' otome game, Revolution. To her delight, the first person to greet her is her favorite character, Claire Francois–who just so happens to be the main antagonist of the story. Now, Rei is determined to do what the game never allowed: romance Claire instead of one of the male leads. But how will her villainous lady love react to that?! Aonoshimo launched the manga in Ichijinsha's Comic Yuri Hime magazine last June. Ichijinsha released the first compiled book volume on December 18. Seven Seas began releasing the light novel series in English in November. Inori launched the series on the Shōsetsuka ni Narou website in January 2018, and the third volume debuted digitally via Amazon Kindle on August 26. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  4. The March issue of Kodansha's Be Love magazine revealed on Monday that Natsumi Ando's Something's Wrong With Us (Watashi-tachi wa Dōka Shiteiru) manga is entering its "countdown to the climax." Kodansha Comics is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story: Following in her mother's footsteps, Nao became a traditional Japanese sweets maker, and at 21, she's about to take the industry by storm. With unparalleled artistry and a bright attitude, she gets an offer to work at a world-class confectionary company. But when she meets the young, handsome owner, she recognizes his cold stare … It's none other than Tsubaki, her childhood friend and first crush-the same boy who stood over his father's bloodied body 15 years ago, and framed Nao's mother for the murder. As the only witness of that fateful night, Nao is eager to chase down the truth and confirm her suspicions. Since Tsubaki has no clue who she is, she seizes her chance to get close to him, but instead of finding any answers, she begins falling deeper for Tsubaki's allure. Ando launched the manga in Kodansha's Be-Love magazine in December 2016. Kodansha published the manga's 14th volume on December 11, and the series has over 2 million copies in print. Kodansha Comics published the fourth volume in English on December 8. The manga inspired a live-action television series that premiered last July. Kodansha Comics has published Ando's Arisa, Let's Dance a Waltz (Waltz no Ojikan), and Kitchen Princess manga in North America. Tokyopop also published Ando's Zodiac P.I. manga, and Del Rey published her Wild @ Heart manga. Del Rey previously published part of Arisa and Kitchen Princess. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  5. Kazue Katō announced on her Twitter account on Monday that she will put her Blue Exorcist manga on hiatus for two months. The manga will not appear in the March and April issues of Shueisha's Jump SQ. magazine, which ship on February 4 and March 4 respectively. Katō explained, "simply put, 12 years of fatigue exploded." She added that she is not sick and is enjoying her vacation. Viz Media is releasing the manga in English, and published the 25th volume on Tuesday. The company describes the story: Raised by Father Fujimoto, a famous exorcist, Rin Okumura never knew his real father. One day a fateful argument with Father Fujimoto forces Rin to face a terrible truth—the blood of the demon lord Satan runs in Rin's veins! Rin swears to defeat Satan, but doing that means entering the mysterious True Cross Academy and becoming an exorcist himself. Can Rin fight demons and keep his infernal bloodline a secret? It won't be easy, especially when drawing his father's sword releases the demonic power within him! Katō launched the manga in Jump SQ. in 2009, and Shueisha published the manga's 26th compiled book volume in December. The manga has inspired two television anime adaptations, an anime film, several OVAs, novels, and a series of stage plays. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  6. Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ website published the final chapter of Ei Andō's One Piece Party spinoff manga on Tuesday. Shueisha will ship the manga's seventh and final compiled book volume on Thursday. The comedy manga spinoff features super-deformed (SD) versions of Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates. Andō launched the manga in Shueisha's Saikyō Jump magazine in December 2014. Shueisha published the manga's sixth volume in April 2020. Eiichiro Oda began serializing the One Piece manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump manga on July 19, 1997. As of last April, the manga had 390 million copies in print in Japan and 80 million copies in print in over 42 other countries and territories, for a total of more than 470 million copies in print worldwide. The manga won the 41st Japan Cartoonist Awards in 2012, and set a Guinness World Record in 2015 for "the most copies published for the same comic book series by a single author." Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  7. EA has announced that Mass Effect Legendary Edition will launch this May 14 and released a new trailer showing off some of the enhancements. The package—first announced back during last year's N7 Day— will include all three of the games in the series' original trilogy, alongside more than 40 pieces of DLC including promo weapons, armours and packs with the whole suite remastered and "optimised" for 4K with improved visual effects such as enhanced models, shaders, FX, lightning and depth of field. There'll also be "targeted enhancements" for next generation consoles the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 that include full HDR across the trilogy and options for "Favor Quality" and "Favour Framerate" modes to boost resolution and FPS respectively. New Shepard customisation options including improved hair, makeup, eye colour and skin tones are promised; and the character creator is confirmed to allow all options across all three games in the trilogy. There's also set to be some gameplay enhancements specifically for the first game that's said to include "improved aiming and weapons balance, SFX, input/controls, squad behaviour, cover behaviour and gameplay cameras." You can check out the new trailer for the release below. Mass Effect Legendary Edition will be available for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC from May 14, 2021. Source:VideoGamer
  8. Xbox has announced the games coming to Xbox Game Pass for the first half of February, offering up a bunch of new titles subscribers will be able to play on PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Android. First up on is action RPG Ghost of Tale that sees you playing as minstrel mouse Tilo available on Xbox Game Pass for PC. That'll be joined on Console, Android and PC by social deception game Project Winter, which was delayed from its originally scheduled January release a couple of weeks ago. Finally, Xbox Series X|S launch title The Falconeer on Console, Android and PC rounds off the first set of offerings on February 4. Then on February 11 comes Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, the remastered version of the PS2 JRPG on Console and PC alongside dinosaur-park management sim Jurassic World: Evolution on Console and Android. Platfomer Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones joins it on Android and Console on the same day, and finally co-op sequel Wolfenstein: Youngblood becomes available on Xbox Game Pass via the Cloud on Android. As for games leaving in the next couple of weeks, you've got until February 15 to play De Blob, Ninja Gaiden II and World of Horror, and then a day later action adventure Shadows of the Damned leaves the service—which recently celebrated passing 18 million subscribers—as well. Source:VideoGamer
  9. Lucid Games' OTT destruction-derby arena Destruction AllStars launches on PlayStation 5 today, and naturally there's a launch trailer to celebrate. The game—which is available for no extra cost to PlayStation Plus subscribers—offers up four game modes: Mayhem (deathmatch), Carnado, Stockpile and Gridfall both as a solo driver and in team-based competition. You'll pick one of sixteen drivers each with their own abilities and can get behind the wheel of one of three vehicle types; or even if you're feeling brave poot about the arenas on foot. Check out the trailer for Destruction AllStars for yourself below, and the game launches today exclusively for PlayStation 5. Source:VideoGamer
  10. In what's probably one of the year's more unusual news stories, Resident Evil Village's art director Tomonori Takano has taken to the game's Twitter account to give an official ruling on character Lady Dimitrescu's height following her breakout appearance in the game's most recent trailer and Maiden demo. The message from Takano reads: "I wanted to use this opportunity to publicly reflect on the outpouring of positivity we've recieved from the fans on our latest announcement. As a representative of the development team, thank you to all the fans who continue to follow us." Takano acknowledged the... let's say enthusiastic fan support of the character and her daughters, saying it was "far more than we anticipated". They're taking it in their stride however, saying the attention has "Made all of us in the development team extremely happy" and closed by letting fans know her exact height is "2.9m (approximately 9 foot and 6 inches) tall" including her hat and high heels. Glad that's cleared up then. We'll be seeing a lot more of Lady Dimitrescu and her daughters when Resident Evil Village releases on May 7 on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC. In the meantime check out our Josh's thoughts on his time with Lady Dimitrescu and her lovely daughters in the recently-released PlayStation 5 exclusive Maiden demo right over here. Source:VideoGamer
  11. Drew Murray—Design Director on the upcoming Perfect Dark reboot—has announced that he is departing the Xbox studio The Initiative for personal reasons. Writing on his Twitter account, Murray said his decision to leave the studio he co-founded two years ago was a "tearful and bittersweet one" and that "It's been extraordinary working shoulder-to-shoulder with such a talented and experienced team, many of whom are great friends now, but my life outside of work needs more attention and headspace than I have been able to give it lately, so I'm stepping down from my role." Going forward, Murray says that he believes the team "has the talent and vision to knock the game and franchise out of the park" without him, and he's "excited to join the screaming masses on Perfect Dark launch day to experience the game". Murray was previously featured as one of the developers on screen during the Perfect Dark reboot project's reveal video back in December, where it was announced the game would take on a more ecological sci-fi slant, but would see the return of Agent Joanna Dark as the lead character. Development continues on Perfect Dark which is currently expected on Xbox Series S|X, but it's too early to have an idea of a release date just yet. Here's to wishing Murray all the best in the future with whatever comes next. Source:VideoGamer
  12. Sony Santa Monica Studio has announced that it will deploy an Enhanced Performance Experience patch to its 2018 action adventure God of War for players taking up Kratos' axe on PlayStation 5 today. As per the announcement post, the update will replace the current graphics settings with a new default that offers syncing to 60FPS, 4K Checkerboard Resolution and 2160p and is said to offer the best of both performance and resolution to PlayStation 5 owners, although you'll also be able to return to the previous settings—now referred to as the 'PlayStation 4 Favor Resolution' mode—at any time in the options to return to a 4K Checkerboard Resolution synced to 30FPS. God of War is available now on PlayStation 4 and backwards compatible with PlayStation 5, as well as being one of the games available in the PlayStation Plus collection for Plus subscribers on the newer console at no extra cost. The upcoming sequel tentatively known as God of War: Ragnarok is expected later this year. Source:VideoGamer
  13. Yakuza spin-off Judgment (also known as Judge Eyes in Japan) is to get a release on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 in a couple of months, Sega has announced. The former PlayStation 4 exclusive has been given a remastering for its next-gen debut by Ryu Ga Gotoku which includes 60FPS, improved loading times and of course all the DLC from the original release. The game sees you take on the role of new character private detective Takayuki Yagami as he investigates a series of grisly murders on the streets of Kamurocho. We were pretty big fans of the original back in 2019, scoring the game a very respectable 8 in our review. Judgment will release on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and Google Stadia on April 23, 2021 just a month following Yakuza 6: The Song of Life's release on Xbox consoles and PC. Source:VideoGamer

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