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
Let me start with the bad news first and then the good news. The bad news is for gamers.
Besides the recent news of Square Enix’s games like Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue being delayed, there news of other video games being delayed. Confirmed last night, video game companies XSEED Games and Marvelous announced that the upcoming game of the Fate series Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star will be delayed and will now be released in early 2017. The game is available for PS4 and PS Vita and it will be released for players in North America, Europe, and Australia. Japan will get this game on November 10 this year.
Another game besides this will be delayed. The game designer Keiichiro Toyama announced at the Playstation blog that the sequel to Gravity Rush, Gravity Rush 2, will be delayed and will be released on January 20 2017. As an act of apologies, the creator mentioned that the planned premium DLC will be free of charge for those who purchase the game.
Remember the old news that 4Kids Media will be licensing the newly movie released Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions? It was announced recently that 4Kids Media will be collaborating with Screenvision Media to premiere the Yu-Gi-Oh! movie in 500 theaters in both United States and Canada. The movie will be premiering on January 20, 2017. This is already said but English Dub actors to Yugi Moto and Seto Kaiba, Dan Green and Eric Stuart, will be returning for this film!