Occultic；Nine anime announced.
>The story follows nine idiosyncratic individuals, including a black magic proxy/medium and a doujin manga creator. Little incongruities that occur around these nine eventually lead to larger, unimaginable events that may alter what is considered common sense in this world.
I'm actually more worried about a Steins;Gate 0 anime than excited, it's going to be really tough to adapt such amazing source material. I could see a lot going wrong.
It's the "branding". The semicolon just means it takes place in the same universe as Steins;Gate, Chaos;Head, and Robotics;Notes.
How does mentioning how shit the C;H anime was make you a secondary? You can read the source material and still watch the anime. It's not one or the other.
Reminder that this is still happening.
Yuta Gamon: Yuki Kaji
Ryoka Narusawa: Ayane Sakura
Sarai Hashigami: Kaito Ishikawa
Miyuu Aikawa: Hitomi Yoshida
Touko Sumikaze: Shizuka Ito
Aria Kurenaino: Miyuki Sawashiro
Kiryu Kusakabe: Kishou Taniyama
Ririka Nisizono: Mamiko Noto
Syun Moritsuka: Tetsuya Kakihara
I don't care if they reuse it from first PV, it's fucking great.
>yfw they announce Anonymous;Code anime next
>still no C;C anime
>they're not aware that this looks silly in western countries
>it can be disproved all by science
GOD FUCKING DAMN IT I CAN SMELL THE SHITPOSTS ABOUT THIS GUY MONTHS AWAY
It was obviously a promotional stunt. He'd give that info to anyone who mailed him at the time.
Keep mailing, and he confirms THIS, too.
Can somebody translate the PV? I heard something about neets and the guy makes a joke at one point, but I don't know enough moon to understand.
can't stop listening to the first 14 seconds
Something about Kurenaino looks weird. The Character design itself, I mean.
some future gadgetry, (only the top 1% has access to those tools!)
Scientist dude, he has to be the one trying to explain those happenings using science, as in >>138826169
Buddhist/Zen stuff, could be interesting
no idea what's that, I'm not too much into this stuff
probably a soothsayer
Quite opposite to what most people will think, he looks like a holy man and is Hashigami's rival - trying to explain what's happening with religion (I might be wrong as well, I'm operating on assumptions here. I've seen that star thingy somewhere before and I'm almost sure it's connected with some type of religion.)
I didn't even have to do this, right? It's obvious enough.
>it can be disproved all by science
That's actually part of the tagline, just like
>about what kind of the noids you get?
>there is no end though there is a start in space.
>of me the ruler of my fate, and me also the commander of my soul.
That's exactly what SVN is.
SciADV titles are the interlocking titles that interact with each other and build up to conflict with the Committee of 300. (Chaos;Head Noah, Steins;Gate, Robotics;Notes, Chaos;Child)
SVN titles are the outliers that are in the same world, but not directly related to the central series conflict. (Occultic;Nine, Anonymous;Code.)
>I've seen that star thingy
It's a logo for Japanese police.
>they'll air C;C, S;G and O;N in the same season
I want Bones. They did the last mystery anime with pako character designs
Oh fuck no wonder Aniplex decided to do this, didn't realize the staff connection to a hit here. Now it all makes sense. They love finding people that worked on a hit and then getting them to make something kind of similar but way shittier for them.
I thought it was great, you thought it was so-so. Neither are deception, just opinions. You're right though, people shouldn't be swayed by other's opinions without seeing it for themselves.
1. This has existed since 2014, it's a novel adaptation. Aniplex isn't getting anyone to do anything "for them".
2. Aniplex produced the Robotics;Notes adaptation too. They aren't tying themselves to something previously unrelated to them.
>his only really solid work was Steins;Gate
Anime-wise, sure, but that's only because his other solid works got shitty/no anime adaptations.
Even if you want to debate over whether Chaos;Head's original VN is good (I say it was great, but it usually averages around a 7-8), it's pretty much unanimously agreed that the sequel, Chaos;Child, is as good as Steins;Gate. Still no word on a C;C anime other than "it's coming eventually," though.
I think it's not amazing in the sense where it just blows you away like the original did, but you cannot deny that there were several scenes in 0 that were, in every sense of the word, amazing (pic related). In my opinion, the original was undoubtedly better as a whole (especially
the ending), but there were definitely some aspects where 0 also clearly did better.
And I mean come on, the whole
no worldline is meaningless, every ending is necessarytheme was chilling.
You're correct, I have not. That's irrelevant though, I'm asking where you're taking the idea of C;C = S;G being unanimously agreed upon from. It being your opinion doesn't make it unanimous.
It's kinda nice to see this and A;C got a balanced cast.
Well, O;9 is a novel, not a VN.
A;C has pretty a standard galge cast. MC, main heroine, MC's male friend, trio of girls, goth chick, loli, other somewhat relevant male character, foreigner, and reverse trap.
>implying there won't be Momo, three Cyber Force Dolls, Juno, Nonoka and Rossallini routes.
What separates SciADV from SVN is the central plot involving the committee and the anti-committee.
There's very few comprehensive reviews of C;C in English, since there's no English translation of the VN. Even I haven't read it, so I'm speaking purely from what I've heard from other people who have played it.
Yes, I know,
But it's the best you're going to find if you're looking for an English review.
Oh, shit, I missed that.
Well, in that case, disregard that review.
My point still stands, though. You'd be hard pressed to find a well thought out positive review in English, but you'd also be hard pressed to find a negative one.
It's not surprising that nobody's played a Japanese visual novel that flopped because 5pb. made the idiotic decision to make a Xbox One exclusive game in Japan.
It's getting a PC port next month and a localization next year, so we'll just have to wait and see if it holds any water over here.
I don't doubt it's good, I just have a hard time trusting statements like "it's as good as S;G".
Some people here who don't like C;H as much as S;G have even put C;C on a pedestal because Steiner said it's the best SciADV for example, without realizing Steiner thinks C;H is better than S;G in the first place.
I can certainly see why Steiner chose it then. I remember it really sticking out to me when I first read that scene.
Almost as much as this track stood out to me when reading S;G.