This was one of the most action-packed weeks we’ve had yet on Ani-Gamers, and I don’t really know why. Anyway, we started off the week with a horrible tragedy: the attack on over 24 people in Japan’s otaku shopping district, Akihabara. Other highlights for the week include Media Blasters licensing the short anime series Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan, and Production I.G announcing plans to release a revamped Ghost in the Shell in Japan this July.
In terms of reviews, we got two awesome reviews from our prolific reviewer Uncle Yo: One for Production I.G’s twentieth anniversary project Ghost Hound, and another for Gainax’s re-envisioning of Hideaki Anno’s classic anime Neon Genesis Evangelion. Look forward to more reviews and a con report or two in the future. Oh, and Uncle Yo and I will both be at AnimeNEXT in New Jersey, so watch out people!
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7 dead, 17 wounded in Akihabara attack
Bo Diddley’s guitar to be featured in Rock Band 2
Final Fantasy XIII’s presence at E3 remains a mystery
Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-Chan licensed by Media Blasters
Ghost in the Shell 2.0 announced, releases this July
[Review] Baccano – Uncle Yo
[Article] Can The Conduit Turn the Wii Around? – Vampt Vo
[Con Report] Castle Point Anime Convention – Vampt Vo
[Review] Shigofumi – Uncle Yo
[Review] Slayers – Uncle Yo
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