Japan Sinks:2020 (July 9th)


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Lately I have been binge-watching some amazing anime I used to get into years ago.  Shows like Paranoia Agent and Death Note are some titles I have been re-watching once again (for the 4th or 5th time).  These shows still blow me away even when watching them again.  There are lots of small details I barely picked up when I first saw these series.

But there’s one anime that is coming out on Netflix that is a series based on a disaster novel over forty years ago.  That anime is called Japan Sinks: 2020.

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Japan Sinks: A Novel about Earthquakes by Sakyo Komatsu

Japan Sinks: 2020 is an anime series revolving around catastrophic earthquakes that cause Japan to sink into the ocean.  One family’s resolve is tested on a journey of survival through the sinking archipelago.  It is based on the 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks by Sakyo Komatsu.  Ten episodes are set to release on July 9th.

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Netflix has some interesting anime titles out now.  Japan Sinks: 2020 will only make the digital library of anime hat much fuller.  It will be directed Masaaki Yuasa, who was most famous for his work on Devilman Crybaby.

Gripping anime series Japan Sinks: 2020 set to hit Netflix in July

After watching the trailer a few times, I am definitely looking forward to Japan Sinks: 2020.  This looks like a story worth watching from beginning to end.  I am definitely curious to see how the characters deal with the major environmental disaster or how it even started to begin with.

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July 9th is when the real disaster goes down on Japan Sinks: 2020.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update #1


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Here we are in the second full week of summer and Animal Crossing: New Horizon continues to be one of the most popular video games this year.  Many gamers have been enjoying their special getaway island that they created of their very own.  They have also been hanging with their friends and the other animal villagers as well.  There is lots to do in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and the possibilities are simply endless.

Just when you thought you had plenty of activities to do in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, a WHOLE new feature just dropped within the game.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons' swimming update comes at right time

Nintendo released a teaser featuring a summer update where the oceans have officially opened.  Players can jump into the water and swim around the sea.  You can even dive down to search for new sea life that can be donated to the museum.

 

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The new update also introduces new crafting options, mermaid-themed furniture to collect, and Gulliver decked out as a pirate.  All of these new features will be released July 3rd.

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More changes are to come as another summer update is planning to be released in August.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons update will allow players to swim

This is one of the biggest and best changes to Animal Crossing: New Horizons.  Opening up the oceans will open many more incredible features.  Players will soon be diving into the waters, only to find a sea anemone or an eel.  Who knows, you may even discover buried treasure!

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With that, players will soon be diving into the open waters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons this July.