Halo Legends Dated For Japan, First Look At Movie Cover [Update]

Halo Legends, Microsoft's collaboration with some of the biggest productions house of the anime industry, has a Japanese release date. The film will be released February 16, 2010 on DVD, Blu-ray and digital platforms.

The ¥5,980 Blu-ray version is a two-disc set, while the ¥4,980 DVD version comes on three discs.

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Bones, Casio Entertainment, Production I.G., Studio4 C, and Toei Animation are each creating shorts for Halo Legends.

Production I.G.'s Mamoru Oshii (Ghost in the Shell) is serving as creative director of the project, while Shinji Aramaki (Appleseed) will be directing Production I.G.'s Halo Legends episodes.

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Update: According to a Microsoft spokesperson, this is not final Halo Legends box art.

アニメ『Halo Legends』がブルーレイとDVDで2010年2月16日に発売決定 [Famitsu]

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This really didn't work with the Matrix & AniMatrix, so why even bother with Halo? MS shouldn't have been so greedy and tried to make the Peter Jackson film work out. Look how well he did with District 9 with no budget after walkin away from Halo.