2nd Attack on Titan Film Trailer Debuts with New Song

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The Official site for the Attack on Titan anime started streaming a new trailer for the second film, Wings of Freedom.  The trailer boasts 1 minute of an unedited scene, plus a new song from the group Linked Horizon; who previously wrote the theme songs for the television show.  The song is called “Price of Freedom,” and it utilizes music from the second opening theme song “Jiyuu no Tsubasa.” Trailer is posted below.  Really amazing.

The film is set to be released in Japan this Saturday June 27th.  People who bought advanced tickets scored a really awesome poster featuring Eren and Levi.

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Source: Anime News Network

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Nintendo’s Scott Moffitt Says America Won’t Be Getting The Standard New 3DS Anytime In Near Future

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One of the biggest peeves of North American Nintendo fans is the fact that the company decided against releasing the standard New Nintendo 3DS in favour of the larger New Nintendo 3DS XL. People want to be able to decorate their New Nintendo 3DS consoles with the innovative faceplates on offer to European consumers. The executive vice president of sales and marketing at Nintendo of America, Scott Moffitt has said in a recent interview that they don’t feel that the market in the United States needs the standard New Nintendo 3DS right now, but if they feel that they need to introduce it later on then its something they will consider.

“With Nintendo, every market and every region makes their own choice of what their hardware lineup ought to be for their market and makes the best guess they can for what will satisfy the needs of gamers in that market,”…

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Take A Look At The New Cel-Shaded, M-Rated, FPS Wii U Title

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UPDATE: Turns out the game may not be a Wii U Exclusive after all — within the YouTube video there is a series of code. After decoding (Spoiler: In Base64) it says the following:

multiplatform release

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SECRET PROJECT is a multiplatform title to be released in the year 2016. It will feature several themes in which you can build stages with, 8+ characters to play with, online and local multiplayer, items to enhance or disrupt the battleground and the players, and much more.

For more information or press inquiry, please email: contactus@namitentou.com


Very little is known about NAMI TENTOU MUSHI’s upcoming Wii U game… including the title. NAMI TENTOU MUSHI, the team of 5 who were previously responsible for Ping 1.5+ on the Wii U eShop has decided to take a radical shift in direction, releasing an M-rated, cel-shaded first-person shooter. The game, tentatively titled “#SECRETPROJECT” was detailed…

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Obama Calls Supreme Court Health Care Ruling A ‘Victory’: ‘The Affordable Care Act Is Here To Stay’

Source: Alex Wong / Getty This is a BIG win for the President and the health care options for Americans! According to The Huffington Post, Obama Calls Supreme Court Health Care Ruling A ‘Victory’ President Barack Obama reacted to the Supreme Court’s ruling the Affordable Care Act Thursday, calling it a “victory” for hardworking Americans. “As…

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Manga Review: “Food Wars!” Volume Six

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Originally written for WatchPlayRead.com

Food Wars! Volume 6 focuses on Soma Yukihira, a boy who dreams of becoming a full-time chef at his father’s restaurant and to surpass his father’s culinary skills. When Soma graduates from middle school his father shuts down the restaurant to cook in America. However, Soma is sent to the Totsuki Culinary Academy, an elite school where only 10 percent of the students manage to graduate. Soma is an underdog at the school, but he never gives up on his dream.

Food Wars! Volume 6

Written by: Yuto Tsukuda
Publisher: Shueisha
English Publisher: VIZ Media
Release Date: June 2, 2015

Volume 6 opens with the announcement of the students who have been chosen to participate in Totsuki’s Fall Classic, which is a decades-old event of fierce cooking battles. Not surprisingly, Soma is selected to participate. While Soma may be an underdog, the fact that this is…

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School Report Uproar As Prank Backfires In Loughmacrory College

Tyrone Tribulations

reportcardAn ill-conceived prank by the Loughmacrory PE department left a mother in tears after her son’s report suggested extreme measures to rectify his non-existent misbehaviour and under-performance.

Johnny Quinn, who achieved 10 A* grades and one E grade in his Year 8 report as well as Student of the Year and 100% attendance, arrived home on the day of his report to find his mother distraught after reading his English subject report.

Unbeknownst to his English teacher Mr McAleer, who was off on long-term leave after cutting off the branch he was sitting on during a spot of home gardening, a contingent of PE teachers conspired to fill in Tommy’s English Language report.

Grading him an ‘E’, despite having already published a poetry anthology at the age of 10, his subject report simply read:

“This bastard should be shot.”

Principal Kinnear admitted CCTV cameras, recently fitted after two History teachers…

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Nintendo Explains Why They’re Releasing Super Mario Maker On September 11th

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I didn’t really think too much of it, but some people were curious as to why Nintendo would release Super Mario Maker on September 11th. As you might expect, there’s nothing bad-natured from the Kyoto based company regarding why they are releasing Super Mario Maker on that date. Nintendo representative Julie Gagnon says that the original Super Mario Bros for the Nintendo Entertainment system was released in Japan back in September 13th, 1985. She then went on to explain that the 11th of September was the closest Friday that would commemorate the 30th anniversary.

“Nintendo is really respectful of this date, but the thing is that when we launched Super Mario Bros back in 1985, it was September 13th. And, as we have worked with retailers on Friday as a launch day, the date worked out as Friday, September 11th for this year.”

Thanks, Kevin

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