If you are a Fate/stay night fan, you may have watched anime such as the Fate/Zero prequel series and the Unlimited Blade Works series. However, before all this a studio called DEEN created a Fate/stay night series in 2006. The one that directed the 2006 version was Yuji Yamaguchi and according to Crunchyroll, he passed away. Studio DEEN tweeted the news but according to the site, they removed and they haven’t explained the cause of death.
Yamaguchi is well-known for only doing this 2006 anime but he also helped directed the 2010 film Unlimited Blade Works.
Crunchyroll also listed anime in which he also in worked in the following:
- 1999’s Angel Links
- 2001’s Strawberry Eggs
- 2007’s Touka Gettan
- 2014’s Z/X IGNITION
“A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad” – Shigeru Miyamoto
I got some news that may upset you but it might also be good news if you want these games. Today, Square Enix announced that the upcoming remake classic Final Fantasy VII Remake will not be released on March 3rd, but instead will be pushed back in April 10th. In a statement, the team apologize for the news, but they mentioned that they want o polish the game and make it a fun experience for anticipated fans.
Final Fantasy VII Remake for PS4 will be released on April 10th.
From a different branch of Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics also shared some news for their upcoming Marvel license game Marvel’s Avengers. In a statement made online, the upcoming Avengers game will be released on September 4th instead of May 15th. Marvel’s Avengers will be released for PS4, XB1, PC and Stadia for Sept 4th.
Star Wars site synopsis:
After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.
list of episodes: 8
Exclusive on Disney+ (regions like UK and others will be able to watch Disney+ on March 31)
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