Just like the anime app game Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, another app game will be joining PC. The popular anime game Bleach Brave Souls will be playable on your PC. There is no release date yet, but according to Steam, it will be available to download for free in summer 2020. Bleach Brave Souls first appeared in 2015 for Android and Apple users and this game got so many popularity, over 148 countries and regions has downloaded this game. Not only this game allows players to play as their favorite Bleach character some are able to play through the stories that hasn’t been aired as anime such as the Thousand Year Blood War and Can’t Fear Your Own World. Here is new functions for the PC version:
- Controller Compatibility Essential for Comfortable Gaming – Players will be able to enjoy the game more comfortably by using the Steam function to utilize a gaming controller to play quests.
- High-Quality Graphics on PC Monitors – Players can change the screen size and resolution to enjoy the same great game graphics in HD on their PC monitors.
- Support on Multiple Devices! Play on your Smartphone and PC! – Players who linked accounts with KLab ID or Facebook will be able to play with the same user account on both their smartphones and PCs.
Overall, PC users will be able to play this game with Steam function controls, modify the game’s screen size and resolution and link your Facebook/KLab ID account to the PC and smartphone.
If you like Bleach Brave Souls and you want to play on Steam, don’t forget to hit the wishlist button in the Steam page.
Similar to the No Game No Life news, looks like Amazon is going to change the way you read these light novels. News site One Angry Gamer wrote in an article that the shopping site Amazon is removing electronic light novels from J-Novel Club. According to the website, they found a tweet made by J-Novel Club that certain light novels will no longer be available for Kindle. Here are the titles that are being removed from Kindle:
- Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash
- The Greatest Magicmaster’s Retirement Plan
- I Shall Survive Using Potions
- How Not to Summon a Demon Lord and
- Clockwork Planet
J-Novel Club is a digital publishing company that specializes on publication of Japanese Light Novels. This is the company that are able to release these books as ebooks. However, despite affecting Kindle, these books can still be purchased through other digital sites like Nook, iTunes, GooglePlay and others mentioned in the following tweet. If Kindle is not your favorite source of reading ebooks, try using these other methods.
One Angry Gamer
This is out of the blue. I don’t usually shop at Amazon that often and I prefer to shop via smaller markets to show support. It has come to my attention that if you are light novel fanatic, you might have to shop through a different market. Yen Press announced on Twitter that the light novel series No Game No Life will be pulled out from the Amazon shopping site. It’s unknown why Amazon did this, but you can no longer buy this series from them; this includes digital and print formats. Instead if you want to purchase the No Game No Life novels, you’ll need to shop on sites that sells light novels such as Rightstuf, Barnes and Nobles or other places.
Meet Sora and Shiro, a brother and sister who are loser shut-ins by normal standards. But these siblings don’t play by the rules of the “crappy game” that is average society. In the world of gaming, this genius pair reigns supreme, their invincible avatar so famous that it’s the stuff of urban legend.
So when a young boy calling himself God summons the siblings to a fantastic alternate world where war is forbidden and all conflicts – even those involving national borders – are decided by the outcome of games, Sora and Shiro have pretty much hit the jackpot. But they soon learn that in this world, humanity, cornered and outnumbered by other species, survives within the confines of one city. Will Sora and Shiro, two failures at life, turn out to be the saviors of mankind? Let the games begin…!
Summer is going to be hot this year because we will be getting some new video games and re-released versions of games. If you didn’t know, Bandai Namco is re-releasing the crossover anime fighting game Jump Force for the Switch. In this Switch version, players will be able to buy this game as a deluxe edition which includes new features for Switch users and have access to DLC characters from Character Pass 1. It’s been revealed by Crunchyroll that Jump Force Deluxe Edition is planned to be release for the Nintendo Switch on August 28th. This Switch version will only include all the characters up to Character Pass 1. Players will have to pay to unlock Character Pass 2.
2020 has been an interesting year with announcements. First we had Bleach and Inuyasha returning and now it’s been announced that Hiroyuki Takei’s manga Shaman King is coming back with an anime reboot. According to the official site and video, Shaman King will be getting an anime reboot for 2021; much like series such as Fullmetal Alchemist and Fruits Basket, the reboot is going to be following the manga and will have a canonical ending. The original anime started in 2001 and on 2003, the anime was localized in America for the FoxBox. The original manga has a total of 35 volumes.
The crossover anime fighting game is back and Bandai Namco is bringing in two amazing news for new and returning fans.
The intense anime fighting game Jump Force was originally exclusive for PS4, XB1 and PC owners and was released in 2019. Today is has been revealed by Bandai Namco that the game will be joining the Nintendo Switch library. In a trailer, the players can buy the exclusive Jump Force Deluxe Edition. This version comes with the full game along with the added DLC characters from the first season pass. You can play on the go or play with up to 6 players and compete with your favorite anime characters. This version will come out sometime in 2020. Will you be buying this game?
Speaking of DLC, it was originally announced that Jump Force will continue to release new DLC characters after the first season pass. The second season pass will include 5 characters. The first confirmed character that will be joining the fight is Shoto Todoroki from the series My Hero Academia. You can freeze and burn your foes in Spring 2020 and this character will be in all versions of Jump Force. According to the trailer, it is been hinted that the next four characters will be from the series Hunter x Hunter, YuYu Hakusho, Bleach and JoJo Bizarre Adventures. Who do you think will be included?
Hello gamers, I got some interesting news I just found out this weekend. The popular demon-slaying, Shonen anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be getting some video game titles for the PS4 and mobile devices. According to Crunchyroll, this news broke out in the recent Japanese issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealing that the series is the Anime of the Year Winner.
The PS4 game will be called Kimetsu no Yaiba: Hinokami Kepputan and this game will be developed by CyberConnect2 (well-known for creating the games Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm series.)
The mobile game is called Kimetsu no Yaiba: Keppu Kengeki Royale and it will be for Japanese Androids and iOS devices. This game will be played as a “battle royale” where players will be placed in one, big arena and fight each other for last man standing. This game will be released later this year. This game will also be developed by Soleil Game Studios (same company who is currently working on Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time).
So far, there is no news for the game to be released outside of Japan. These games will be worked on by the same company which is Aniplex and the animation team Ufotable and Shueisha.
Crunchyroll – PS4 and mobile
Crunchyroll – PS4
Besides Doom: Eternal and Animal Crossing: New Horizon, I hope everyone is having fun with their video games. If you still play Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, be prepared for new content coming in the spring. Game company Bandai Namco released a tweet announcing that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will be receiving DLC content for the upcoming update. This DLC will give players the ability to play as Super Saiyan GOd Goku and Vegeta. Characters Beerus and Whis will be added to the game along with new moves and music. This update will be coming this spring.
With all the buzz going on, people have been hearing the news of Tite Kubo’s manga series Bleach and how it is coming back and will adapt the final arc. Today as part of the Bleach 20th Anniversary project announcement, a livestream revealed that it is official that the final arc of Bleach, Thousand-Year Blood Arc, will finally get an anime adaptation. According to the livestream, Bleach will be coming back in 2021.
Also revealed in the livestream presentation, Tite Kubo’s one-shot manga Burn the Witch will also get the anime treatment. According to Crunchyroll, the anime will be an anime film and it will be done by Studio Colorido (well-known for doing Pokemon: Twilight Wings and Penguin Highway). In charge of this project will be Tatsuro Kawano who worked on the storyboard of Penguin Highway and key animator for Boruto: Naruto the Movie and Kill la Kill. The voice for the protagonists has already been confirmed:
Yuina Yamada voicing Noel Niihashi
Asami Tano voicing Spangle Ninii
Burn the Witch will be released as an anime film in fall 2020. According to Crunchyroll, the story is centered around two witches, Noel Niihashi and Spangle Ninii, who work in Reverse London as part of the Soul Society West Branch. It takes place 12 years after the events of The Thousand-Year Blood War.
Shonen Jump has provided this link if you want to read Burn the Witch. The Thousand-Year Blood War begins on chapter 480 in the Bleach manga.
Burn the Witch
Despite the news of Bleach returning and the one-shot Burn the Witch getting an OVA, there is some good and bad news in the manga world. According to Crunchyroll, the Shonen series The Seven Deadly Sins manga is going to be concluding next week in Japan’s next issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga was created by Nakaba Suzuki and first appeared in October 2012. The final chapter will be released in issue 17 in Japan’s newsstands on March 25th.
Whether you been following the story or not, Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto’s sci-fi manga Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru is going to be ending pretty soon. According to scan in recent Weekly Shonen Jump, the series Samurai 8 is in the lowest rank in the issue and it is been announced that the series will be ending in issue 17 of the magazine. The series will have a total of 48 chapters.