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  4. Anime: Owari no Seraph AMV/Opening:
  5. Japanese publisher Ichijinsha announced on Tuesday that Mogusu's "age-gap romantic comedy" manga series Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochi Warui (It's Disgusting to Call This Love) is inspiring a television anime. Mogusu drew the illustration below to celebrate the news: The story follows the relationship between Ryō Amakusa, a sex-crazed but highly eligible bachelor with a wandering eye for women, and Ichika Arima, an ordinary otaku high school girl who is close friends with Ryō's little sister Rio. Ryō and Ichika meet by chance one day, but Ryō's direct approach — asking Ichika for a kiss and a date on the same day they meet — is a complete turn-off for Ichika. Despite Ichika's disgusted reaction (or arguably because of it), Ryō is convinced that she is the one. The series has been running on pixiv Comic's web manga site comic Pool since 2016, and Ichijinsha will publish the manga's seventh compiled book volume on Friday. The series has topped 1 million copies in circulation (including the digital edition). Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  6. This year's March issue of Shogakukan's Ciao DX magazine revealed on Monday that Chitose Yagami (Fall in love like a comic!) will launch a new manga sequel to Ore-sama Kingdom (Kings of My Love) titled Ore-sama Kingdom DX in the magazine's next issue on March 19. The manga's first chapter will include color opening pages, and the magazine issue's front cover will feature the manga. Yagami launched her Ore-sama Kingdom manga in the main Ciao magazine in 2009, and ended it in June 2014. The 12th and final compiled book volume shipped in July 2014. The manga inspired two anime specials. The original manga's story centers on Nonoha Nonohara, a young manga artist who just enrolled in a new school. She finds herself surrounded by a group of three "super-cute" guys. Yagami's will launch another new manga in Shogakukan's Ciao magazine in March. The magazine teased that the story is about three people who meet each other at the same time by fate. They each have a secret. Viz Media published the two volumes of Yagami's Fall in love like a comic! manga in North America in 2007 and 2008. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  7. The staff of the current GeGeGe no Kitarō anime confirmed on Tuesday that the anime will end in March. The newly announced Digimon Adventure: anime reboot will premiere in April and will take over its Sunday 9:00 a.m. timeslot. The current GeGeGe no Kitarō anime — the sixth television anime incarnation — premiered in April 2018 and replaced Dragon Ball Super in the same timeslot. The show entered its "second year" in April, and then entered its "final arc" titled the "Nurarihyon Arc" on October 6 last year. Crunchyroll is streaming the series as it airs. Kouji Ogawa is serving as series director while Hiroshi Ohnogi (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) is handling the series scripts. Sorato Shimizu is the character designer and chief animation director. Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy Tail) and -yaiba- (Naruto Shippūden) are composing the music. Fuji TV, Yomiuri Advertising, and Toei Animation are producing. Source:AnimeNewsNetwork
  8. The Division 2 isn't yet a year old, but Ubisoft is already selling it for peanuts in its Lunar New Year Sale. The base game, season pass and special editions are all 85% off, so you can get started for only £7.50, and for another £8.50 you can get all the Year 1 DLC. While The Division 2 has had some steep discounts before, this is the cheapest we've seen it. While it's good news for prospective players, it does suggest that Ubisoft's live service shooter isn't doing so hot. We already know that the publisher has been disappointed with its performance, despite it being one of the year's top-selling games. At this price, however, it's well worth taking the plunge. I don't have room in my life for any more of these massive games and bounced off it pretty quickly, but I had fun while I stuck around. Samuel Roberts gave it an 82 in his Division 2 review, calling it an "hour-eating and frequently thrilling excursion into Washington DC." Source:PCGAMER
  9. Playtonic's colourful 2.5D platformer Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair will be getting a free demo on Steam this week, which you'll be able to grab on January 23. Playtonic tweeted the announcement on their Twiter, saying it's a great opportunity for players to try before they buy. The studio also tweeted that the demo would include an assortment of levels, a "Pagie Challenge," a bunch of tonics for Yooka to try that offer special perks, and the titular Impossible Lair itself. Playtonic also specifies that all progress made in the demo carries over if you decide to purchase the main game. You can spend as much time as you want with it, too, as there's no time limit. Impossible Lair is the second game in the Yooka-Laylee series, which started back in 2017. The spin-off sees Yooka and Laylee leave the world of 3D sandbox behind and take on 2.5D platforming. We played Impossible Lair back in June and called it "basically Donkey Kong Country on PC." James described it has a near-perfect recreation of the DK's weight and momentum, which is no surprise since some of DK Country's creative talent worked on Impossible Lair. Playing as Yooka with Laylee ready to jump in and help out, you must roll, dodge, and jump though a number of side-scrolling levels avoiding capital B's minions, picking up a bunch of collectables, and freeing the royal bees. The Impossible Lair tasks Yooka and Laylee with thwarting Capital B's plans once again who this time wants to control the bee civilisation. To stop his plan, you'll need to help Queen Bee by freeing her royal Beetallions. Source:PCGAMER
  10. With Cyberpunk 2077 now delayed until September, the only thing we're getting in April is a new line of Funko Pops based on the male and female versions of V, as well as two different versions of Keanu's Johnny Silverhand. They will invade your nightmares and never leave. It's really hard to pick between them. Which one is the most revolting? Keanu's hair and beard makes his Funko Pop's hideous head look even more monstrous, so I guess he wins the award for least breathtaking toy. Get a good look at God's mistakes below. While they're more than twice as expensive, I'm more partial to the McFarlane Toys range, which includes 7" posable action figures and a big 12" Johnny Silverhand going wild on his guitar. Unfortunately, only the male version of V is available. They're also due out this spring. Will any of these be gracing your shelves? Source:PCGAMER
  11. While not as unanimously adored as Mario, people still have a lot of time for ye olde Sonic the Hedgehog. New games release frequently, and while the forthcoming live action film has proved... divisive, it demonstrates that Sega is still dedicated to the old blue thing. Today comes more proof of that, with Sega announcing its Sonic 2020 initiative. Basically, the company has promised (via a press release posted on this Japanese site) that new Sonic news will issue on the 20th day of every month in 2020. There's also a portal site, though that's also in Japanese. There's every possibility that some of the forthcoming news will be specific to Japan, but if there are any game announcements among them, they'll likely come west, too. If you do click through to that portal site, you'll get access to wallpapers and fancy Sonic Twitter icons, the latter handy if you want to show more credibility in the heat of a Twitter debate. There's also key art for the initiative, which you can see below. That Sonic the Hedgehog movie hits cinemas in February, for your information. Source:PCGAMER
  12. Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet is a faux documentary series about the most popular MMO in the world—the titular Raven's Quest—and the team of developers making it. Nobody's actually seen it yet, outside of the production team and presumably a few folks at Apple TV, because it doesn't debut until February, but even so it's already been renewed for a second season. The show features an ensemble cast including Academy Award winner F. Murray Abraham, Danny Pudi, Imani Hakim, Charlotte Nicdao, David Hornsby, Ashly Burch and Jessie Ennis, but the central character is Ian Grimm, the egotistical auteur who both leads the studio and stars in the game. Grimm is played by Rob McElhenney, the creator and star of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia; his Always Sunny compatriots Charlie Day and Mega Ganz are also co-creators of Mythic Quest. The first trailer for Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet (that's the one up above) arrived a couple weeks ago, and honestly compels me to admit that I'm not terribly impressed. Maybe I'm too close to the subject matter, but "oblivious dickhead makes people around him miserable" does not strike me as an inherently funny concept. Still, McElhenney and co. have done amazing things with It's Always Sunny, and I'd love to see them pull off something similar here, too. (Honestly also compels me to admit that I wasn't terribly thrilled with Henry Cavill as Geralt at first either, and look how that turned out.) The first season of Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet, consisting of nine half-hour episodes, will debut on Apple TV on February 7. Source:PCGAMER
  13. Godfall is a 'looter-slasher' with the distinction of being the very first confirmed PlayStation 5 game. It's also coming to the Epic Games Store, presumably late in 2020. Aside from an announcement trailer and a few brief gifs, not much of Godfall has been shown yet, but never fear, because an enterprising Redditor has captured a whopping six seconds of the game. That's it above. According to user YeahQuarterDongIng, it's "a fraction of the footage from an unreleased trailer I have". A few takeaways: it's undeniably a videogame. The swordplay looks slow and weighty in a manner reminiscent of D**k S**ls and For Honor, though it's much flashier than either of those. A whole lot of "slashing" is shown, but as for the "looting", well, I'm sure we'll hear more about that soon. To reiterate the announcement spiel, Godfall is "a fantasy action RPG that utilizes high-impact third-person melee combat to engage players as they hunt for loot, don legendary armor sets, and defeat vicious enemies." A whole bunch of zeitgeist going on there, but it does look fun. Source:PCGAMER

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