“Kiri and the blowfish” is a 2013 Japanese anime series that revolves around the two girls Kiki and Oikawa Kiki, who are in a relationship with a dolphin.
The series is produced by Studio Deen, who also released the anime adaptation of the “Kemono Friends” manga.
A sequel series, “Kirameki no Kami” was announced in February 2018.
“Kirisameki” was the first anime to be nominated for an International Emmy Award, as well as winning the prestigious OVA/OVA/Blu-ray/DVD prize.
“Ajin” was also a winner of the Japan Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ International Emmy award.
It is also available on DVD and Blu-ray in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Dutch.
The show has been translated into English, Italian and Portuguese.
“Akira and the Seven Stars” – 7/10 “Akirai” is an American animated film that aired in 2016.
The anime follows the adventures of two boys who travel to an alternate dimension.
It also has a Japanese dub.
“Touhou” – 4/10 The “Toukiden” series is a series of visual novels about young girls with a unique magical power.
The first three episodes are available on Steam for $6.99.
It has been described as a “mixed bag of classic visuals, modern story, and a bit of everything” by Kotaku.
“Sword Art Online” – 3/10 While the game series is currently available for Android devices, it is not available for iOS devices, though the iOS version is still available.
“Arts and Crafts” – 2/10 A series of role-playing games developed by Ubisoft, this series follows two young boys who get into the world of craft, and who use the power of magic to help them.
It’s been praised for its art style, and is one of the most well-received RPGs of the year.
“Doom” – 5/10 This popular first-person shooter series follows an evil empire led by an oppressive dictator, and its forces are led by a mysterious force called the Dark Lord.
“Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time” – 6/10 Based on the award-winning series by the same name, Sly Cooper is a first-party stealth game developed by Activision, featuring an enhanced story mode.
The game has been in development for the last five years.
The team behind the game includes several veterans of the original game team, including John Romero, the lead designer of the first-part of the game, and director of Sly Cooper: The Curse of the Brotherhood.
The developers of the new Sly Cooper, however, include two former game developers who previously worked on the game: David Wain, who is now the senior creative director of the studio that created the first Sly Cooper game, Super Meat Boy, and Will Wright, who previously designed Sly Cooper’s third-part, Sly Advance, and the Sly Cooper title, Sly 3: Band of Thieves.
“The Legend of Korra” – 9/10 After a few years of delay, the new video game series from Nickelodeon is finally set to launch this year.
The Avatar: The Last Airbender spin-off is a spin-offs of the Nickelodeons television series and Nickelodeo films that has previously been in the works since 2007.
The spin-Offs include “The Lion King,” a sequel to the 2003 film, which is also scheduled for release on February 20, 2019, and “The Muppets,” a spinoff of the movie, which will debut on May 16, 2019.
The games include new characters like Korra, Tenzin, and Oogi, as the series also features the new character Zuko, who will be a playable character in the game.
“Kingdom Hearts” – 10/10 Disney Animation Studios’ latest movie, the latest entry in the Kingdom Hearts series, is due out this year for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
The film follows a young boy named Sora who joins a new kingdom that was formed after the destruction of the kingdom of Arendelle by a magical force known as the Order of the Phoenix.
“Dragon Ball Z” – 11/10 From the Japanese anime, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods was released in 2016 for the Nintendo Switch.
The story follows Goku, Vegeta, and Frieza, as they battle for supremacy over Earth.
The movie has been praised by critics and fans for its strong plot, and for its “big-screen” approach.
“Pokemon Go” – 13/10 Following the release of the Pokemon Go app for Android and iOS devices last summer, there was a frenzy of activity for virtual hunting, and people were left without a sense of security when they tried to catch the Pokémon.
In July 2018, Pokemon Go was removed from the Google Play store,