New Suzumiya Haruhi trailer streamed

10 12 2010

Bandai Namco Games began streaming Thursday a teaser promo video for an upcoming Suzumiya Haruhi PS3 game.

Called The Reminiscence of Suzumiya Haruhi, the game will take place after the 2010 Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi movie, and the film’s production committee oversaw the game’s story.

Players take on the role of Kyon, who returns to the Kita High School Festival in a world where the S.O.S. Brigade does not exist.

The game is due out March 24. A PSP version is also planned.

Also, rumor has it the Haruhi movie will release in Japan Dec. 18. The closest confirmation of this is a listing on CD Japan’s website: (The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi)

Amazon Japan also lists the street date as Dec. 18. Check it out here: (The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi).

Check out the teaser below: Read the rest of this entry »

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Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi trailer up

21 12 2009

A trailer has been posted for The Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi by the movie’s official web site.

The film will adapt the fourth volume of the light novel series abouta wacky high school girl who can change reality.

The film will release in Japanese theaters Feb. 10, 2010. See the trailer here: (Suzumiya Haruhi).





J Geeks’ top five roundup

2 12 2009

Fullmetal Alchemist finds its way into two top fives this week, with volume 21 of the manga series earning the No. 2 spot and the fourth Brotherhood DVD getting the five spot on the Oricon charts. The franchise refuses to fade into obscurity, and shows no sign of decreasing popularity.

Meanwhile, vampires still dominate the manga charts, with volume eight of Vampire Knight holding the top spot again, and Rosario Vampire finding the top five again, with volume 10 taking the No. 5 spot.

In Jpop, Exile hangs on, holding the No. 5 spot with Futatsu no Kichibiru. This week’s top slot goes to Akanishi Jin with its release Bandage.

In DVD’s Bakemonogatari enjoys a surge on the charts, getting spot numero uno with volume three. Detective Conan, Suzumiya and Gintama all share the chart this week.

The Japanese cinema charts still have yet to be updated on Box Office Mojo, and J Geeks may soon be looking for a new source.





Suzumiya Haruhi movie announced

9 10 2009

JG Suzumiya HaruhiThe final episode of the latest rebroadcast of Suzumiya Haruhi announced a new movie is in the works.

Call the Disappearance of Suzumiya Haruhi, the film is set to his Japanese theaters in the spring. The movie will adapt the story from the fourth light novel in the series.

To see a trailer for the movie, click: Here!





Episodes 8-12 of Suzumiya Haruhi on Youtube

7 07 2009

JG Suzumiya HaruhiKodakawa’s anime channel on Youtube recently added episodes 9-12  of The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi to its selection of videos. The channel had added the first eight episodes for a limited time, removing them on July 5.

The show, based on a series of light novels, is  high school girl Suzumiya Haruhi, who can unconsciously change reality and is a member of the unusual club, the SOS Brigade. 

The channel seemed to suggest that the episodes would only be available until July 12 (July 11 for us in the U.S.), so those interested should take heed. To watch the videos, click: Here!





Kodakawa adds Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi

30 06 2009

JG Suzumiya HaruhiKodakawa’s anime channel on Youtube recently added the first eight episodes of The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi to its selection of videos. 

The show, based on a series of light novels, is  high school girl Suzumiya Haruhi, who can unconsciously change reality and is a member of the unusual club, the SOS Brigade. 

The channel seemed to suggest that the episodes would only be available until July 6 (July 5 for us in the U.S.), so those interested should take heed. To watch the videos, click: Here!