Posts tagged Circus
July 7th, 2010, by in Conventions
MangaGamer occupied two islands of booths this year in the exhibition hall, instead of having a totally enclosed 18+ booth like last year. They brought a lot more companies this year, and this can be seen in the variety of booths they had. However, the main feature of their booths was probably the live stage, where they held a total of six miniature concerts over three days.
MangaGamer held a panel on the third night of Anime Expo 2010, where they introduced some upcoming products and put on a mini-concert while trying to stick to a script but failing at it. Amongst the chaos, MangaGamer announced that they finally finished negotations for Da Capo Innocent Finale, an all-ages game, in addition to announcing Da Capo II and a release date of July 29 for the final chapter of Higurashi Kai. Eroge company âge also said during the panel that they would like to release games with MangaGamer if there’s good reason to. Finally, the panel concluded with a mini-concert by the musical artists they brought and a raffle for prizes, including the raffle box.
UPDATE: Slightly more detail added to Yoshimune’s introduction and we’ve been informed that the final arc of Higurashi comes out on July 15 instead of July 29, and that the main MangaGamer webpage has the correct release date.
April 21st, 2010, by in Translation
Kouryuu, in two twitter comments hinted that there will be a game with actual gameplay in the lineup and that it will be from CIRCUS. Out of CIRCUS’s extensive library, Eternal Fantasy and Valkyrie Complex are prominent games that feature gameplay. Other less likely possibilities include My-HiME and the currently in production Gakuen RPG. Of course, we also have fandiscs like Da Capoker.
November 23rd, 2009, by in Tidbits
MangaGamer had a large presence at Anime Expo this year, starting with a full page ad on the back of the program guide. They also set up a large booth in the exhibition hall, held 3 mini-concerts and held a panel on the third day, where they announced their future plans. Of note was that they announced both Higurashi no Nakukoro ni and SHUFFLE! as future titles.
UPDATE: A tentative release schedule has been posted on Akihabara Channel.