It has recently been announced that the Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains anime series will be receiving a new ending theme in the near future. The song titled. “Writing Life,” will be performed by the rock band, Goodbye holiday. The song will be available in the band’s upcoming mini album that will be released in Japan on January 24, 2018. The song is written by Goodbye holiday’s bassist’s Takumi Fukuyama who states that the franchise was a big influence in his early live and that he wrote the song as a tribute to “his younger self.”
Deadline has reported that Netflix has renewed the Castlevania animated series for a second season. With the series debuting on the service today it is nice to see that the project will be continuing into it’s second season. While the first season is consisted of four episodes the second season will be longer at eight episodes. No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
Netflix has revealed both the English and Japanese voice cast for the upcoming Netflix exclusive Castlevania animated series. The cast consists of: Graham McTavish : Dracula Richard Armitage : Trevor Belmont James Callis : Alucard Alejandra Reynoso : Sypha Belnades Emily Swallow : Lisa Tepes Matt Frewer : The Bishop Tony Amendola : The Elder The confirmed Japanese cast includes Naoya Uchida as Dracula, Okiayu Ryotaro as Trevor Belmont, Shinichiro Miki as Alucard, and Ayaka Shimoyada as Sypha Belnades. The Castlevania Netflix series will launch on the service this Friday.
Earlier today Crunchyroll announced that Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains is now available on the service! The first four episodes of the series is now available for streaming. Episodes 1-3 are available for all members, while episode 4 is currently only available for premium members. New episodes will simulcast every Thursday at 6:55pm EDT. PLEASE WELCOME YU-GI-OH! VRAINS TO CRUNCHYROLL ~ 🎉 🔥 Watch: https://t.co/jHPJR9TkoK pic.twitter.com/hhyiOdfy9L — crunchyroll🔥 (@Crunchyroll) June 1, 2017 Crunchyroll provided a synopsis for the series. n “Den City” where the latest network has developed, people were dueling day and night in the VRRead More
The most infamous arc in the franchise opens the door to the real way to play the game, the introduction of some of the strongest monsters in the game… and an antagonist SEVERELY screwed over during the import. Also, a god turned into an executive producer. What idiot thought that was a good Idea?
The official TV Tokyo website has updated with the reveal of more characters that will be featured in Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains. The new cast members include: Shōya Ishige – Yūsaku Fujiki Takahiro Sakurai – Mysterious Creature Subaru Kimura – Shōichi Kusanagi Chiharu Saw-hiro – Naoki Shima Daiki Hamano – Gō Onizuka Yuki Nakashima – Aoi Zaizen Shouma Yamamoto – Aki Zaizen Yuna Kamakura – Ema Bessho Shunsuke Takeuchi – Revolver The website also revealed that the ending sequence for the series titled “Believe in Magic,” will be performed by Ryoga. Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains will premiere on May 10 at 6:25 P.M.Read More
The yugioh reviews return with the first arc of the second anime series, the one most people have seen….and just a small snippet of how bad the dub actually is when one learns of what they changed. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5iaajo_shinta-s-take-on-yugioh-duelist-kingdom_fun
Recently two new characters that will be featured in Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains were recently revealed. The first charter is Gō Onizuka who considers himself a rival to Yūsaku/ Playmater. He will be going under the name Go Onizuka (Go鬼塚) in VR Space duels. The second character, Aoi Zaizen is one of Yūsaku’s classmates. She will be going under the alias Blue Angel in VR Space duels. Currently their voice roles have not been confirmed so stay tune for updates. More details about the series will be revealed during the Yu-Gi-Oh! Labo special, which will air on April 5 at 6:25 P.M. JPST.
The recent issue of Weekly Shonen Jump has announced the premiere date and time for Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains. The series will premiere in May on TVTokyo and it’s related stations at 6:25 P.M. JPST. The anime will be promoted during the Yu-Gi-Oh! Labo special on April 5 at 6:25 P.M. JPST. The magazine revealed two new characters named Gō Onizuka and Aoi Zaizen, although no photos of them were shown at this time. New character visuals for the main character and one of the monsters that will be features in the series were also revealed via the official website. The main character Yūsaku Fujiki will be able transform duringRead More
New details about the next Yu-Gi-Oh! series was revealed in the 12th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. The sixth series in the franchise will be titled “, Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains,” and will center around VR duels. The series will feature duelists in a virtual space where they will conduct their duels. More details about the main character were also revealed. The main character Yusaku Fujiki’s ace monster will be name Decode Talker. During duels, Yusaku will have a transformation phase and his hair will change color. He will be using a surf board during duels. Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains will premiere this Spring on TVRead More
It has recently been announced the Castlevania TV series will be released as a Netflix Original Series. Adi Shankar, the producer of the show, confirmed on his official Facebook page that the first season will be releasing on the platform sometime this year with a second season releasing in 2018. He continued by stating that the series “… will end the stream and be the western world’s first good video game adaptation.” No other details are confirmed at this time so stay tuned for updates.
Nintendo has updated their official Youtube channel with a trailer for a new game in the Bomberman franchise. The game will be titled “, Super Bomberman R,” and was briefly shown during the third party segment of this year’s Nintendo Switch Presentation. Super Bomberman R’s gameplay hearkens back to its original roots so its nice to see a traditional Bomberman game after all these years. Super Bomberman R will be released alongside the Nintendo Switch on March 3.