It’s that time of the month again, news time! We have a mixed bag of all sorts of news for you, some a little older, some pretty new. Let’s start~
Ne No Kami – The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto Part 2 was just released and is now available for purchase on Denpasoft and Steam. There’s also an uncensored patch available (only for the Steam version). You can get it here.
For those interested, here’s Part 1 as well. Get it on Steam or Denpasoft.
Ever since it was first announced back in November 2016, details surrounding the Citrus anime adaptation have been few and far between. Back in June, we learned that the seiyuus from the Drama CD would be reprising their roles, and now, the studio, starting date, main staff, and first PV have been revealed!
Set to begin airing in January, Citrus will be helmed by Takeo Takahashi (Spice and Wolf, Rokka no Yuusha, Hinako Note) at studio Passione. The scripts will be overseen by Naoki Hayashi (Flip Flappers, Da Capo 3), and Izuro Ijuuin (Barakamon, Working!!!) will be designing the characters and serving as the chief animation director.
Each of these staff members have done some good work, and after seeing the PV, I think this adaptation is already looking far more promising than Netsuzou TRap ever did. Take a look~
Since we’re still in the middle of yet another year packed with yuri visual novels, it would be a crime to go without some fresh news for longer than a few weeks. So here we have some pretty damn awesome info for you. Let’s start right away with my personal favorite~
Okay, guys, hold on to your seats because what’s gonna hit you now is the best news ever! So MangaGamer yet again listened to our demands and will translate another Sono Hanabira title for us! Though, that is definitely not the best part of it, since it’s not just going to be any of the numerous SonoHana installments. No, it’s gonna be my personal favorite of all of them, A Kiss For The Petals – Maidens of Michael. This one is the first all-star title, featuring the first five couples the game series had to offer, as well as introducing one of my favorites, Miya and Risa.
Let’s start off with some great news first that will hopefully lessen the pain of what is going to follow…
So, just a few days ago, we got another trailer for Netsuzou TRap, and it looks freaking promising, even though we have to admit that the animation is not… let’s call it “high quality”. Nevertheless, take a look at the yuri goodness right here:
With the trailer, however, also came the information that each episode will only last for about 10 minutes. Let’s not try to hide it, this simply sucks, but we gotta look on the bright side; It’s still much better than having even shorter episodes, so I’ll stop my complaining and simply start hyping myself up again. Join me, guys!
It’s time for another News Update. This time we’re focusing on anime news instead of the typical visual novel news that has recently invaded all of our news posts.
Let’s start right away with some more or less sad news concerning the anime adaptation of Kase-san. As it turns out, what was advertised with the mysterious poster that the whole community talked about a week ago wasn’t in fact a full anime adaptation, but instead “only” a short Youtube video. Still, I don’t think we should lose hope just yet. If this video—or more like the manga—proves to be or get popular enough, who knows, maybe we’ll still get an anime sooner or later.
If you haven’t already seen the preview, you can watch it right here: