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Hatsune Miku & Pharrell Williams Anime-Style In Murakami Music Video

Some of you may have heard that Pharrell Williams recently did a remix of "Last Night, Good Night (Re:Dialed)" a Hatsune Miku song originally produced by livetune's kz, and later used as the theme song for Jellyfish Eyes, the 2013 debut feature film by artist Takashi Murakami.

Appropriately, Murakami created a video for the remix of "Last Night, Good Night (Re:Dialed)," featuring none other than Pharrell in his signature hat, dancing alongside Hatsune Miku, kz, critters from Jellyfish Eyes, and an army of dancing robots.

This isn't the first time that Murakami and Pharrell have teamed up; back in 2008, they worked together on an art piece called "The Simple Things." Murakami has also previously collaborated with livetune, directing the PV for the song, "Redial."

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Jellyfish Eyes premiered in the US on April 2013 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, but is currently touring the country until mid-June. Check out the trailer below.

Source: ANN

Visual Novel Fault Milestone One Is Being Translated For Western Release

Fault Milestone One, a visual novel developed by Alice in Dissonance, is being translated and published on Steam via Sekai Project, the group announced today. Here's a story summary for the game:

After 60 years of peace, the mana crafting civilization Ruzenheid came to an end. An unknown enemy attacked, and destroyed, Ruzenheid Castle. Princess Selfine was able to escape the burning ruins with the help of Ritona, her childhood friend, who created a teleportation craft.

However, instead of finding salvation, they found themselves deep in a strange forest.

This is their story—a story of strangers in a strange realm trying to make it back home.

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Meanwhile, Sekai Project are also working on bringing World End Economica: Episode 1 out of Early Access on Steam. When it exits Early Access, the game will have Steam Cards included.

Meanwhile, Sekai Project are also working on bringing World End Economica: Episode 1 out of Early Access on Steam. When it exits Early Access, the game will have Steam Cards included.

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Source: Siliconera

The 'Top 10 Spring 2014 Anime' according to Recochoku

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Japanese media website Recochoku (via Mantan) has recently conducted an online poll and have announced their own Top 10 Spring 2014 Anime based on the results.

With a total of 1,620 respondents comprised of men and women from 10-50 years of age, 58.7% of which are female and 41.3% are male, here are their Top 10 Spring 2014 Anime

10) Black Bullet

9) Still, The World is Beautiful

8) Kamigami no Asobi

7) No Game, No Life

6) Love Live!

5) Mekaku City Actors

4) One Week Friends

3) Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders

2) The Irregular at Magic High School

1) Haikyuu

Source: SGCafe

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