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Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (Vita) Review

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SUPERBEAT: XONIC Super Limited Editions Online Orders Only

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For our long term readers, you may be aware of my love for music rhythm games and the DJMax series probably made the largest impact on me. I've logged countless hours playing the Japanese version of DJMax Online back in 2006 and the successive PSP releases which is why I am quite excited for their announcement of SUPERBEAT: XONiC. PM Studios will be releasing two limited edition versions: an X-OTIC Collection with only 450 units available for $100 tgat contains the game, two OSTs, and two LP records, and a X-CLUSIVE Collection with 500 units containing the game and two OSTs. For hardcore fans of the series, they will know how rare the limited editions of the games are and will be available starting today October 9th, at 4PM PDT on the official store.

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Little Witch Academia Kickstarter Rewards Unboxed

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Little Witch Academia backers are rejoicing around the world as Studio Trigger in partnership with Goodsmile Company has started shipping out backer rewards. While some of you are waiting for your packages or are curious what the final contents are, let's take a very brief look at some of the goodies from the highest tiers of the Kickstarter and see if Trigger delivered on their promises.

Muv-Luv Kickstarter Campaign is now Live!

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Earlier today, DEGICA and IXTL announced that the previously revealed Muv-Luv Kickstarter has gone live. Written by Koki Yoshimune in 2003, the campaign is hoping to raise $250,000.00 to by November 3rd bring the Muv-Luv universe to English shores. Additionally, the company announced that they will be inviting one lucky winner to Japan to meet the production team and hang out with them on an all-expenses paid trip for one week.

Gacharic Spin Interview @ JPOP 2015

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At first sight you might think these girls are your every day idol group. In reality, these girls rock out on stage with their instruments as Gacharic Spin. Their upbeat and energetic music lead their song, "Don't Let Me Down" to be featured in the seventh ending theme song for Dragonball Kai. Hear what they had to say as we talk to them about their first appearance at J-POP Summit Festival in San Francisco.  

New Website Soft Launch!

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Welcome to the soft launch of our new website. If you are reading this then that means the migrations have went better than expected! With our growing content, we realized our old platform could no longer accomodate our needs. Our team has been working hard over the last couple of months working on the site as well as juggling interviews, translations, meetings. It will take a few more weeks for us stabilize some of the changes on the website. We've left plenty of room for our expansion for new features and content so look forward to them!

In the meantime, there will be some broken links, and minor layout issues. If you find any problems please feel free to let us about it in the comments. We'll be releasing backed up content as well as announcing plenty of giveaways over the next few weeks!

JAM Project Interview @ J-POP Summit 2015

interview JAMJAM Project is well known for their upbeat high energy music most recognizably found in iconic super robot, and mecha anime titles and games. Join us as we kickback and have a lighthearted conversation with JAM Project's Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani,  Masami Okui, and Yoshiki Fukuyama at Fort Mason in San Francisco during J-POP Summit 2015!

Isuna Hasekura Interview @ Anime Expo 2015

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As the creator behind the award-winning light novel series, Spice and Wolf, Isuna Hasekura has quickly penned his way into the minds of anime fans worldwide through writing classic storylines focused on economics and how it influences the world. Aside from Spice and Wolf, his portfolio also includes the visual novel World End Economica, which was recently translated and published by Sekai Project. We had a chance to interview him during Anime Expo 2015 and had a chance to ask him about what shaped his work as well as his thoughts about the English translation for World End Economica.

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