Since Fate/Grand Order made its way stateside, we’ve been embroiled in unlocking more and more historical figures for our digital Holy Grail War. The Fate series is basically a giant battle royale between famous people, both real and mythological, but their representation has varied from the odd to the utterly…
During an interview with Chinese streaming service Bilibili, famed British actor Sir Ian McKellen was asked to read a bit of Fate/stay Night.
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is a new fighting game for PS3 and PS4 that is filled with Nitroplus characters spanning everything from visual novels to hit anime.
Fate/stay night has spawned several mainstream console games and anime, such as above. The original visual novel, known for its engaging story, does have sex scenes. One Twitter user decided to one moment in particular would be perfect for a Photoshop meme.
Fate/Grand Order is an RPG for Android and iOS platforms which lets players take on the role of a fledgling master on a quest to save time and space. It’s great fun, but with a few prerequisites.
The Fate franchise is built entirely around legendary heroes fighting it out for the Holy Grail. And the newest game in the series, Fate/Grand Order gives anime makeovers to more of the greatest figures from myth and history than ever before.
Fate Stay/Night Unlimited Blade Works’ second season is the most beautiful anime on TV right now—if not the most beautiful of all time. So it’s time to present this visual feast in the best way I know how: (bandwidth-gobbling) animated gifs.
Unlimited Blade Works is not the Fate/Stay Night anime you remember. The plot is full of new twists and turns and it comes with a visual upgrade that puts other big budget TV anime to shame.
The fall 2014 season is full of excellent anime—both new and returning ones. So while a few weeks back I recommended five new anime to watch, now it's time to look at the sequels, spin-offs, and remakes you should be watching right now.
Gen Urobuchi has written some of the most psychologically dark anime in recent memory. He is a master at subverting anime tropes to breathe new life into stale genres. And while I had seen many of his series, I had never seen Fate/Zero. So with a new Fate anime coming in just a few weeks, I decided to fix that.
When nerds get married, they often have very nerdy weddings. This ceremony in China checked all the geeky boxes—and then some.
Anime studio Ufotable will be animating the new opening for PS Vita port Fate/stay night [Realta Nua], and the Fate/stay night port will be out this November in Japan with polished graphics and touch features. [ANN]
Japanese visual novel Fate/stay night is coming to the figure maker Good Smile's coffee shop in Matsudo City. The temporary cafe will run until Christmas and is called Fate/Type-Moon, a reference to the visual novel's developer Type-Moon.
Ninety-nine percent of buses are boring. But there's always one one percent of them too cool for school. This bus is one of those.
It's an umbrella that looks like a sword. Or maybe it's a sword that looks like an umbrella.
A Figma figure of character Saber from upcoming PSP role-playing-game dungeon crawler Fate/EXTRA has been announced. Notice anything? Look closer. Squint, even.
A teaser site for adult visual novel Fate/stay night has popped up online recently. An article in Japanese magazine New Type has dated the movie as opening January 23, 2010.
A movie version of an adult visual novel Fate/stay night has been announced via teaser site.
Fans of erotic computer game Fate/stay Night, open your wallets. Wide. A 5-foot tall statue of warrior Saber is yours for a mere US$8,500! First released in January 2004 from former amateur developer TYPE-MOON, Fate/stay Night has since been spun off into anime, manga and a Capcom arcade fighter. This doll isn't brand…