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News Robotics;Notes Anime Series Coming to Noitamina in October
posted on 2012-03-30 08:04 EDT
Fuji TV announced at its Noitamina press conference on Friday that an anime adaptation of the upcoming Robotics;Notes console game will be airing in the late-night television time slot starting this October.
The "scientific adventure" series is set in a future world with realistic augmented reality technology. It follows a robotics club in danger of being disbanded. The console game will be released on June 28.
Update: Corrected reference to console. Thanks, reggie and DavidShallcross.
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