House in Fata Morgana Writer Confirmed for Anime Expo

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

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The House in Fata Morgana Beginning

Visual novel localiser MangaGamer have announced that they are bringing a third guest to this year’s Anime Expo. The guest is Keika Hanada, the writer of The House in Fata Morgana series and the head of the developer, Novectacle. There will be a Q&A Session which will include questions submitted online. The first entry in the series is currently available on Steam and MangaGamer.com. The fandisc is undergoing translation.

For more information, see the press release.


June 19th, 2017 – MangaGamer Announces Surprise Guest for Anime Expo!
With Anime Expo only a week and a half away, MangaGamer is unveiling another surprise guest for the LA convention!
Joining the Visual Novel publisher will be Keika Hanada. Keika Hanada  is the Head of Novectacle, as well as the writer and director for the highly acclaimed The House in Fata Morgana series, currently available on both MangaGamer and Steam.
http://novect.net/
 
Keika Hanada  will be attending MangaGamer’s Industry panel on July 1st, 9:30PM Pacific to answer questions about Novectacle, The House in Fata Morgana, and other comments from fans. Those who will not be able to attend the panel or convention also have a chance to ask questions through MangaGamer’s web form: http://bit.ly/MGQnA2017
Source: Press Release

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