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  1. Hiro Mashima has revealed in the end notes section of the 61st compiled volume of his Fairy Tail manga on May 17 that he will end the series in two more volumes, or in the 63rd volume. Mashima is also revealing that he plans to start a new work soon, and is excited about starting that new work. He also stated that he wants to tell a new story with new characters in a new world. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-05-11/hiro-mashima-fairy-tail-manga-to-end-in-2-more-volumes/.115944
  2. This week's issue of Kadokawa's Weekly Famitsu magazine is revealing on Thursday that KOEI Tecmo Games will release the Shin Sangoku Musou 8 game for PlayStation 4. The game's new actions will include shooting enemies from a distance and using grappling hooks to enter enemy castles. The magazine is also confirming Cheng Pu as a new general. The game will feature new attacks, new characters, and other "innovations." KOEI Tecmo announced the game in December and confirmed that the game's English title is Dynasty Warriors 9. The game will represent a "rebirth" in the hack-and-slash franchise. The staff introduced one of the game's new playable characters, Zhou Cang. The character, who is also in the Musou Stars game that shipped on March 30, will wield a Daisatsutō. (The weapon's name uses a character that is not among the standard kanji characters in Japan.) Dynasty Warriors 9 producer Akihiro Suzuki confirmed that all 83 characters who have appeared in the Dynasty Warriors franchise up to Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires will also appear in the new entry. And here is some features in the game and info from the staff---- Going open-world means a power-up in strategizing The game boasts plenty of freedom for exploring the map, you’ll even get to go around castles and climb up to attack from behind from higher areas—there are so many new ways to attack that it’ll test the player’s creativity. Will you be able to infiltrate an enemy base and take out the target without being noticed? Long-ranged attacks from bows are back in the game All characters will get to attack using bows. Time and weather changes in real-time The enemy’s visibility worsens at night or when it rains, making it easier to sneak around without getting detected. Game flow There are missions that appear all across the map, but there are also main missions that makes history advance with a big leap, but they’re very difficult. You’ll get to lower its difficulty by taking on missions that are related to the main missions. The “State Combo” system A new system that lets you take actions according to the situation. The combo starts out with a trigger attack, followed by a combo flow that changes according to the enemy’s situation, and ends with a powerful finisher as part of the three-stage system. “Interactive Action” These are actions that change depending on your surrounding topography or objects. For example, you’ll get to use a grappling hook to climb high mountains and walls. You can also perform attacks using nearby objects. Next, we have some highlights from the interview with producer Akihiro Suzuki and director Jun Miyauchi: Dynasty Warriors 9’s game flow will follow the history of the Records of the Three Kingdoms, as done in past entries of the series. Battles aren’t split up into stages, but you’ll see various battles that correspond to the period break out through the entire map, and you’ll be participating in them. For example, during the Yellow Turban Rebellion part you can go to where Zhang Jue is and fight against the Yellow Turbans, but if you’re in the southeast, you might hear rumors about Zhang Jue and the others instead. Defeating Zhang Jue advances the timeline to the next part in the Campaign against Dong Zhuo, where you’ll see a big change on the map to go with the change in time. They’re planning out stories for all the generals, but there won’t be any parts about changing history, and the big part of the flow will mostly remain the same. The active generals will vary for each era. For example, you can start out as Zhao Yun during the time he was active, or instead choose Wang Yuanji and play during a time that takes place after Zhao Yun’s era. Omega Force is currently considering the ability to switch between generals. Since switching characters will result in big era changes depending on the characters, some kind of background explanation would be needed. The developers are currently looking into possibilities. If you try swimming across the Yangtze River or Yellow River, it’ll take about five minutes if you cross from one of the wider parts. However, they’re also working on ports that will allow you to instantly travel. There are currently over ten cities. Generic cities and towns are also being prepared. The main method of travel is by horse. They’re also working on a fast travel feature that lets you instantly travel to places you’ve already visited. A Buying and selling element is being planned for urban areas. Costumes for the generals are also being revamped. Rather than going with something flashy, they’re going with more realistic attires that suit the time period. There are all kinds of different missions, including some that will allow you to hunt wild animals or fight against different races with unique visuals. It seems like development for Dynasty Warriors 9 will still take a while. It will likely not release until it starts getting a little colder outside. Dynasty Warriors 9 is in development for PlayStation 4. http://www.siliconera.com/2017/05/09/dynasty-warriors-9-revealed-ps4-series-first-open-world-title-features-various-new-actions/ http://www.siliconera.com/2017/05/09/dynasty-warriors-9-going-open-world-travel-weather-various-new-features/
  3. They are replacing him with David Harbour
  4. Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment have announced that both the third season of Young Justice and a new live-action series called Titans will debut in 2018. Both shows will air exclusively on a new DC-focused digital service run by Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group that promises to "deliver an immersive experience designed just for DC fans." Titans is being written by Akiva Goldsman (Star Trek Discovery), DC Entertainment president Geoff Johns, and Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl). All three, along with Sarah Schechter, are on board as executive producers. This new live-action drama will center around Dick Grayson, who "emerges from the shadows to become the leader of a fearless band of new heroes" that includes Starfire, Raven and many more. For now, Dick's superhero alter ego -- he's been both Robin and Nightwing in the comics -- hasn't been revealed. While Warner Bros. was previously working with TNT on a Titans series, the network confirmed production was canceled last year. It's worth noting that Goldsman was working on Titans when it was at TNT, but with a different co-writer, Marc Haimes. Meanwhile, the third season of Warner Bros. Animation's Young Justice, which was confirmed last year, is officially titled Young Justice: Outsiders. In Season 3, the team of young heroes will fight against "meta-human trafficking and the terrifying threat it creates for a society caught in the crossfire of a genetic arms race spanning the globe and the galaxy." Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!) is on board as executive producer of Young Justice: Outsiders, with Brandon Vietti (Batman: Under the Red Hood) and Greg Weisman (Star Wars Rebels) serving as producers. Additionally, Phil Bourassa (Young Justice, Justice League Dark) is returning as art director. http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/04/25/young-justice-season-3-live-action-teen-titans-series-to-debut-in-2018
  5. In a combined effort between the Olympic Council of Asia and Alisports of China, eSports will be making an appearance in the official program of the 2018 and 2022 Asian Games. Due to their incredible popularity and growth, competitive Electronic Sports have been added to September's OCA Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games as a demonstration sport and are slated to make appearances at the 18th and 19th Asian Games. The 2018 games held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia will showcase eSports as a demonstration sport, which has been a stepping stone to becoming an Olympic event for sports such as baseball, tennis, and Taekwondo. At the 2022 Asian Games at Hangzhou, however, the OCA says eSports will feature as an official medal event, "reflecting the rapid development and popularity of this new form of sports participation among the youth." It's worth pointing out that this does not make eSports an full Olympic event as yet, but it is an important stepping stone towards the possibility of inclusion. http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/04/19/the-olympic-council-of-asia-brings-esports-demonstration-to-asian-games?abthid=58f72f0f778fb00821000008
  6. King Kong Skull Island. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series will be based on DeVito ArtWorks' Skull Island and Merian C. Cooper's 1933 film King Kong, with Cooper's estate backing the project. It will be a contemporary continuation of the franchise and will explore the origins of Skull Island. However, it won't be related to the latest King Kong film, Kong: Skull Island. While casting hasn't begun yet, the series will have a female lead with a multicultural ensemble. MarVista Entertainment and IM Global are producing the series. Oscar nominees Jonathan Penner and Stacy Title (The Bye Bye Man) will pen the script and executive produce with Dannie Festa (Trolls). "Jonathan and Stacy have taken a world that has enraptured audiences in all its many forms over the years and given it a contemporary, female-focused spin,” said MarVista CEO Fernando Szew. No release date has been set and the series hasn't been pitched to any networks yet. http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/04/18/king-kong-skull-island-tv-series-in-development
  7. To me it has a Guardians of galaxy type feel to it, i loved every sec of it lol
  8. Kouichi Yamadera will voice Marshadow in the film. With the role, Yamadera marks his 20th consecutive appearance in a Pokémon film. Similarly, Shoko Nakagawa will also have a guest role in the film as Nurse Joy. The role marks Nakagawa's 11th consecutive Pokémon film appearance. Other guest cast members include: Kanata Hongou as Sōji, a young trainer who is aiming to become a professor. Shiori Satō as Makoto, an energetic and strong-minded trainer. Arata Furuta as Bonjii, a researcher who has been chasing after the legendary Pokémon Ho-oh. Maybe we will finally get to see Ho-oh in action. The film will open in Japan on July 15.
  9. This year's 19th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is revealing on Monday that Bandai Namco Entertainment is developing a new game in the Naruto franchise titled Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker. The magazine describes Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker as an "acrobatic ninja battle" game for the PlayStation 4. The game will have an online component, and players can form four-person cells in multiplayer to fight against another four-person cell for a total of eight players. The game has no set release date. The issue also reveals that Bandai Namco Entertainment is also releasing a Narultimate Storm Trilogy game for the PlayStation 4. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-04-06/bandai-namco-develops-new-naruto-to-boruto-shinobi-striker-ps4-game/.114444
  10. 1. I should have checked before posting. 2. It's not looking good from just this trailer. Hoping it doesnt have to much teen school life drama crap
  11. According to a report from Birth.Movies.Death., Warner Bros. isn't interested in rebooting the seminal sci-franchise, but instead wants to focus on telling new stories in the Matrix universe. An idea that's gained plenty of traction is a prequel story about a young Morpheus, and the studio reportedly wants to cast Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Black Panther) in the role. Recently the lead writer behind the new film, Zak Penn, took to Twitter to reiterate that he too doesn't want to work on a reboot. Penn is strongly against the idea of recasting Keanu Reeves' character Neo, saying if he "were going to recast Keanu Reeves, I would cast Keanu Reeves." http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/03/19/the-matrix-follow-up-rumored-to-be-morpheus-prequel
  12. Sonic Team studio head Takashi Iizuka stated that the game will have three gameplay styles: modern, classic, and a third unrevealed style. Sega debuted a reveal trailer and gameplay footage, which video game news website Gematsu is streaming: Sega also confirmed that the game is slated for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC this holiday season.