If you like your anime fulled to the brim with slapstick comedy then their's no better series for you than Gintama. Gintoki and the odd jobs gang have been up to mischief since way back in 2006 and after years the series finale fake-outs, a third movie titled Gintama THE FINAL, was revealed believed to be the real series end. And today, we finally know its release date and can mark our calendar for January 8, 2021.
When we finally laid eyes on Halo Infinite gameplay during the recent Xbox Series X gameplay, one apparent thing was that the game looked a bit undercooked. This isn't untypical for early demos of course, but with Microsoft's crown jewel being only a few months away from launching, it was a bit underwhelming. Now, after numerous critics, explanations and memes, 343 Industries and Microsoft revealed today that the game is now delayed, and thus, won't make it in time for Xbox Series X's opening night.
...as well as Sesshomaru's twin daughters. Yep, in a move that worked for Boruto (as I guess DragonBall GT), the Inuyasha anime series is getting a sequel/spin-off staring the children of some of the main cast from the original. It's been 10 years since Naraku was finally vanquished and our heroes apparently got baby-making. Titled Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon, Viz Media unveiled an October release date along with the first full trailer:
2020 will always be remembered for many things, but for us 90s kids, it might be remembered more as the year where most of our beloved cartoon series from the era made a comeback. 1991's The Ren & Stimpy Show is the latest to join the ever-growing list of returnees as Comedy Central announced in a release that the Emmy-nominated cult hit show is coming back.
During the recent Xbox Series X games showcase, one thing was apparent, the true Next-Gen Microsoft console is Game Pass. It's a clear and bold strategy by Microsoft to shift focus from the traditional 'one box for all our games' approach to this 'access all of our games from anywhere' subscription base model. One way they are looking to make this transition a success is via their streaming service xCloud, which has finally gotten a final release date and new trailer:
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