Hakuoki Body Pillow - Saito and Okita on each side
"Hakuoki, the critically-acclaimed otome visual novel series, will make its debut on the PlayStation®3 entertainment system with Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi! Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi tells the tale of Chizuru, a young woman who finds herself fighting alongside the infamous Shinsengumi as competing factions war for control of Japan. In the midst of all this bloodshed and chaos, will Chizuru find love?
Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi offers additional tales of love and adventure as DLC content! Pre-order the latest installment in this popular series today!this popular series today!”
Hakuouki is being released for the PS3, though the release date is unknown at the moment. More information can be found here: http://www.hakuoki.com/stories/
Well, it’s a good thing I got a PS3 as my early birthday present last month.
It comes out on November 26 and I have yet to pre-order it. The problem is that I can’t decide between the DVD release or the Blu-ray release. I want my anime blu-ray collection to grow but I have too many blu-ray from Sentai Filmworks!
However, that all depends on how much money I will get on my paycheck next week! If I have enough, I will get it on blu-ray because HD is better!
DVD Final Art:
Blu-ray Final Art:
Adam Gibbs voices Ibuki. To see the full cast, go to Anime News Network. You can watch the first episode for free in both sub and dub in this link: http://www.theanimenetwork.com/Anime/Hakuoki-Season-3-Dawn-of-the-Shinsengumi/Dawn-of-the-Divine-Warriors/Watch
Hakuoki: Dawn of the Shinsengumi - DVD and Blu-ray release
This arrived just in time for my birthday this weekend! XD So happy!
Anyone who is attending for one-day only, purchased a one-day badge, and wants to get a guests’ autograph, has to go first. The staff can confirm the attendee’s badge. Any people that have fast pass or VIP, whatever, can go second. Everyone else with a full event pass will go last. However, it all depends on how long the line is for the guest. If it’s over 20-30 feet, we can let in the people with the one-day badge go first. Have a staff yell out anyone with a one-day badge can come up. It may be a pain in the butt to do it but I think it’s only fair since I always see two separate lines for autographs: the VIP and the regular ones.
I’m one of the people that (once in a while) wants to attend the convention for one-day only. I took time off of my busy schedule and I’d rather not have any bitter memories just because I didn’t get my favorite voice actors’ autograph and the line was fucking long and there’s not much time left for the guest to sign!
Again: it all depends on who the guest is. If it’s guest like Vic Mignogna, that’s a major problem seeing how he’s popular or guest like say, Jerry Jewell, there’s no problem at all. When I went to get Jerry’s autograph, there were probably about 20-30 people in line for him and it was for free since it was at Phoenix Comicon and most of the guests’ signing there, you have to pay money to get autographs. Same thing for photo op. I could’ve sworn Tara Strong’s autograph is $20 or more but I can’t remember.