Posted by: Monkeyboy
The finally awaited Beta of NFG is going to be upon us as the time is nearing. Two screenshots will be released too. For what seems to have been too long, the waiting appears to be paying off. However maybe it is too early to get your hopes up. Only time will tell.
"Regarding the upcomming game update, alot people are waiting for. We finished the codings so far and currently on the graphics part. There will first screenshots the next 2 weeks, along with beta testing.
And i believe alot of people will be pleased; we made it more "naruto" like as we first wanted (lol)."
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Posted by: AMBot
The wraparound jacket band on the fourth volume of Suu Minazuki's Sora no Otoshimono manga has announced that an anime adaptation is in development. The story centers around Tomoki Sakurai, an ordinary middle school boy whose motto is "Peace is the #1 priority." However, a strange girl often appears in his dream to ask for his help — only he cannot remember her face when he wakes up. Then, his life gets more complicated when an unidentified mysterious animal (UMA) falls out of the skies. The "animal" turns out to be Ikaros, an angel.
Since 2007, the Sora no Otoshimono manga has been running in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Shonen Ace magazine, which is where Minazuki's earlier manga Judas ran. The fourth compiled volume of Sora no Otoshimono is shipping this month. Tokyopop published Judas in North America between 2006 and 2008.
Posted by: AMBot
The official American website for James Wong and Twentieth Century Fox's live-action Dragonball: Evolution film has launched with a slightly different trailer. This adaptation of Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball fighting manga will open in the United States on April 8. The official Japanese website had already opened on December 16, since the film will open in Japan on March 13; the Australian and British versions of the IGN entertainment website had posted the international English version of the trailer a week before then.
Posted by: Jangara
After previously announcing the licensing of Ikkitousen, Gad Guard, Vandread, and Nabari no Ou as part of their "New Show A-Go-Go!!" announcing 10 of their newest titles leading up to the New Year, FUNimation has now announced the licensing of Gonzo's Last Exile anime. Director Koichi Chigira (Full Metal Panic!, Gate Keepers, The Tower of Druaga: the Aegis of Uruk), character designer Range Murata (Blue Submarine No. 6, Mardock Scramble, The Animatrix), and production designer Mahiro Maeda (Blue Submarine No. 6, Mardock Scramble, The Animatrix) worked on this 26-episode television series in 2003.
The story is set in a world that combines 19th-century geopolitics with steampunk flying vehicles. Claus and Lavia are young couriers who take on assignments in their flying Vanship. Their latest "cargo" is a mysterious 11-year-old girl who is the key in the war brewing between two sky-faring factions.
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