Sakura Revolution (サクラ革命, Sakura Kakumei?), previewed as Project is a mobile game developed by Sega and Delightworks. The game was released on December 12, 2020 and is a spin-off title in the Sakura Wars franchise.
Primarily a producer of arcade and video games, Capcom, many Capcom titles have been adapted into anime and/or manga. The company's name is a shortening of "Capsule and Computers," it was founded, in 1979, under the name Japan Capsule Computers.
Anime brings in more than $19 billion a year. Its artists are earning barely enough to survive.Jul 2, 2019
Sakura Wars is an RPG series set in a steampunk version of the Taishō period, where those with magical abilities can control mechs. It's much like modern Persona – an interesting combination of a turn-based RPG and a dating sim/slice of life.
Sakura Wars director Tetsuya Ootsubo recently spoke with Twinfinite, and has said that his development team is open to making a sequel and expanding the game to other platforms.Jul 4, 2020
The animation industry consists of more than 430 production companies with some of the major studios including Toei Animation, Gainax, Madhouse, Gonzo, Sunrise, Bones, TMS Entertainment, Nippon Animation, P.A.Works, Studio Pierrot and Studio Ghibli.
So how much does one Anime Episode cost to make? The average cost of a simple 60-second 2D Animation is around 6000 $. A whole Episode can cost between 100.000 $ to 300.000 $. So a 12 Episode long Season can cost up to 3.6 million US Dollars.
Sega also has a deep presence in the anime industry, producing figures for several series such as Love Live, Re:Zero, Code Geass, and even Neon Genesis Evangelion.Feb 24, 2022
GiGO is the name given to a small chain of game centres created by Sega during the early 1990s in Japan, beginning in September 1992 with Roppongi GiGO.
The first anime film to be broadcast was Moving pictures in 1960. 1961 saw the premiere of Japan's first animated television series, Instant History, although it did not consist entirely of animation. Astro Boy, created by Osamu Tezuka, premiered on Fuji TV on January 1, 1963.