Thursday, February 14, 2013

why so late with posts latly

hey guys otakunick hear with a bit of an update on why I havent posed anything in more then a week well I got a new job resently and its one whare Im out most of the day monday threw frieday on top of that Im have started work on making a table top game much in the relm of warhammer 40K weve givin it the code name mech my friend is handaling lore wall its up to me to work out the units ruls and how the game plays we are curently looking for an ilastrater to do the air for the game so if youd like to work with use then send me a email at with sum of your art just to let you know this is a serus indever so be as detailed as you can

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

OtakuHome News: new Magi 3Ds game trailer relesed

Namco Bandai Games began streaming the third commercial on Tuesday for Magi: Hajimari no Meikyū (Magi: The First Dungeons/Labyrinths), the new Nintendo 3DS action role-playing game inspired by Shinobu Ohtaka's Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic fantasy manga. The company streamed the first ad in December and the first full promotional video and secondad last month.

As in the manga and anime, Aladdin, Alibaba Saluja, Morgiana, Sinbad, Cassim, Judal, and other characters inspired by the classic story One Thousand and One Nights (also known as Arabian Nights) embark on a great adventure exploring dungeons. Players can create their own original parties of anime characters, then customize the characters' abilities after accumulating rukh. When fighting battles, a player can freely switch between different characters.

The game will ship in Japan on February 21. The first copies of the game will include "ultra rare" Magi Seal stickers of Sindria's Masrur, Sinbad, and Jafar, as well as a download code for the character Morgiana with her Household Vessel.

so yea I dont have a 3ds tho i do plan oin getting one but sadly not for this game as the 3ds is regon locked so unless i deside to get 2 of them (mind you i will never give nadando that much money) I whont be getting this game altho it dose look intaresting

Saturday, February 2, 2013

OtakuHome News: NY Int'l Children's Film Fest has one great line up this year

The New York International Children's Film Festival (NYICFF) will screen Studio Ghibli and Goro Miyazaki's From Up On Poppy Hill, Mamoru Hosoda's Wolf Children, and Koji Masunari's Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW films. Tickets for the March festival went on sale Friday.

From Up On Poppy Hill is a Studio Ghibli film based on a 1960's shōjo manga of the same name by Tetsurō Sayama and Chizuru Takahashi. The film follows Umi (Sarah Bolger) and Shun (Anton Yelchin) in a budding romance as they come together to save their school's clubhouse from destruction in preparation for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Hayao Miyazaki wrote the screenplay adaptation and the film was directed by Goro Miyazaki. GKids will release the film in theaters and on home video. The festival will screen the English-dubbed version of the film on March 16 and 17.

Next  Wolf Children is the newest film directed by one of my favret directors Mamoru Hosoda, who gained international fame with The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Summer Wars. Funimation licensed Wolf Children and plans to release it this year in theaters and on home video. The film's story covers 13 years and begins with a 19-year-old college student named Hana who encounters and falls in "fairy tale-like" love with a "wolf man." After marrying the wolf man, Hana gives birth and raises two wolf children — an older sister named Yuki ("snow") who was born on a snowy day, and a younger brother named Ame ("rain") who was born on a rainy day. When the wolf man suddenly dies, Hana decides to move to a rural town far removed from the city. The festival will screen the film with English subtitles on March 9 and 24.

And finaly Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW returns to the NYICFF on March 3 and 16. The festival will host the U.S. premiere the English dub of the film, which was recorded by NYAV Post and features Cassandra Lee, Marc Diraison, Matthew Jacob Wayne, Michael Sinterniklaas, Michaela Dean, and Stephanie Sheh. Directed by Koji Masunari (Read or Die) and animated by A-1 Pictures, Welcome to THE SPACE SHOW is a science-fiction adventure in which four children from rural Japan are stranded in space after meeting an alien dog at summer camp.

over all this is a great line up of child frendly movies so anyone of my readers that live in NY I sajest you grab sum ticets wall you still can espesholy you who have kids.

Friday, February 1, 2013

OtakuHome News: relese date for Steins;Gate movieFuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu announced

hey guys its me otaku nick just hear with sum new moview news.The official website for the Steins;Gate franchise announced today that the Steins;Gate Fuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu film will open on April 20. The sequel to the 2011 Steins;Gate television anime series will open in at least 30 theaters across Japan.

Now then I myself havent looked for any story overviews or anything like that but just from the name and the face this is a sequel I have a pretty good gess as to whats the movies going to be about. And if things go the way I think they will I will probly be reviewing this right after I watch it so look forword to that .