In this week’s episode, we speak to Franko Fonseca from Square Enix about the MMORPG, WAKFU, Riddle and Jenny from Cosplay for a Cause share information about their 2012 calendar and The Anime Con crew promotes their convention guide book, How To Avoid Hara-Kiri: A Guide To Surviving Anime Conventions.
Episode Title: “WAKFU Online, Cosplay for a Cause”
Episode Count: 18
Run Time: 00:24:32
Host: Sean Russell
Guest: Franko Fonseca, Cosplay for a Cure, The Anime Con
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In this week’s episode, we speak to Franko Fonseca from Square Enix about the MMORPG, WAKFU, Riddle and Jenny from Cosplay for a Cure share information about their 2012 calendar and The Anime Con crew promotes their convention guide book, How To Avoid Hara-Kiri: A Guide To Surviving Anime Conventions.
WAKFU ONLINE GAME
We interview Franko Fonseca about WAKFU Online by Square Enix.
WAKFU is a global cross-media brand by Ankama Games revolving around an online tactical turn-based MMORPG, In addition to the online game, elements consist of an Xbox Live Arcade Game (“Islands of WAKFU”), an animated television series (“WAKFU”), comics/manga, a Trading Card Game, action figures, and more.
Taking place within the same fantasy universe as Dofus, WAKFU however takes place approximately 1,000 years later, after a catastrophic world event known as the Great Deluge.
The MMORPG is currently in the final stages of public testing, known as beta testing, and is published by Square Enix in North America while Ankama Games retains publishing rights for the rest of the world. Islands of Wakfu, a spinoff of the online game, was released on March 30, 2011 for the Xbox Live Arcade. – Wikipedia
THE ANIME CON
The crew from The Anime Con share information about their book, “How To Avoid Hara-Kiri: A Guide To Surviving Anime Conventions “.
A set of gatherings that take place any given weekend, with the sole purpose of celebrating Japanese animation and the ideas behind this cultural phenomenon. Otherwise known as an anime convention. But what is it exactly that makes an anime convention, an anime convention? Who are the people behind the scenes? And why exactly are cons so popular in the first place? For years, fans have taken a stab at questions like these, yet they’ve still to be tackled head on, until now! Take a fan’s-eye-view as TheAnimeCon answers these questions and more. In How To Avoid Hara-Kiri, you’ll get first hand accounts on the ins and outs of anime conventions from the merchants and staff who work the con circuit, professionals who work the anime industry, and fans who live the experience year after year. Dive into a world you’ve only dreamed of and learn what it can truly mean to be an otaku. – Amazon.com
Sean Russell is the owner and executive producer of Anime3000.com.