The official YouTube channel for Cartoon Network’s new series Tenkai Knights has released a trailer of the Japanese/Canadian animated series. The action series is about transforming building block toys. Produced by Shogakukan Productions and Spin Master, Tenkai Knights will be running on Cartoon Network on Saturday mornings, and will premiere on 24 August.
The series is animated by Bones (Fullmetal Alchemist, Ouran High School Host Club, Soul Eater). Tenkai Kinghts is the follow-up to Bakugan Battle Brawlers, and will feature 52 episodes (along with some webisodes), an interactive website and its own toy line.
Hatsune Miku’s official YouTube channel has uploaded a cute Easter-themed “Miku Chocolate” video, which shows fans how to easily make Hatsune Miku chocolates. The video also features the song “LOL -lots of laugh-” and has English subtitles.
Hatsune Miku’s official YouTube channel released a video of the Vocaloid’s original designer Kei illustrating the character. The video finishes with a Q&A session with Kei about his life as an artist and Miku’s signature twin tails hairstyle.
Hatsune Miku is the most famous Vocaloid that represents Yamaha’s singing synthesizer application, developed by Crypton Future Media. She was introduced in Vocaloid 2 on 31 August 2007, and her voice is sampled from voice actress Saki Fujita (Yuruyuri, Angel Beats!).
President Satoru Iwata is finally going reveal the launch details for the WiiU, tonight at midnight Pacific Time (3am in Japan). After keeping quiet for so long about the WiiU, including it’s capabilities, it’s not surprising that this announcement comes as a long awaited oasus in the desert of WiiU news. Iwata will be releasing the date of launch as well as the pricing information for the WiiU.
But the bonuses don’t stop there. As stated in the video below, a U.S. Wii U Preview event is also set to air tomorrow at 10 am Eastern Time. There is also a European Preview event scheduled for the same time (3pm Greenwich Mean Time). One would think after keeping it under wraps for so long, more information would be released on the WiiU, but a launch date and price is all Nintendo’s ready to give out just yet.
Nintendo COO Reggie Fils-Aime talks with Mario and Luigi about the WiiU