TUESDAY NEW RELEASES - PROBLEM CHILDREN ARE COMING FROM ANOTHER WORLD, AREN’T THEY?, SCIENCE FELL IN LOVE, SO I TRIED TO PROVE IT
On the planet Little Garden, the dangerous Gift Games played between individuals with unique abilities are the route to wealth, power and global dominance. Where there are winners, however, there are also losers, and the No Name faction has been so decimated that only 120 members, mostly children, remain. Now there’s just one hope: Bring in outside recruits and gamble that their new abilities will reverse the tide! And on a world known as Earth, they find Izayoi, Asuka and Yo. The three new players have no idea what they’re getting into, let alone any inkling as to how dangerous the games really are, but all are far more formidable than they appear. The battle for supremacy will be anything except fun and games as the ultimate fight for power begins in PROBLEM CHILDREN ARE COMING FROM ANOTHER WORLD, AREN’T THEY?
Rating: TV-14 (D)
When university researcher Ayame Himuro confesses to fellow researcher Shinya Yukimura that she’s in love with him, it sets off an interesting debate. Being the kind of students that they are, Yukimura wonders if love can be proven as a formula. Himuro’s first attempt, counting increased heartbeats and numbers of longing glances, seem promising. However, when they test those results under laboratory conditions, reenacting scenes from romantic manga, the data gets confusing. Especially after they drag in classmate Kanade Kotonoha to act as a “control”, since when she and Yukimura reenact the same scenes, much of the “physical evidence” is duplicated! Of course, that just means that they and their entire research team will just have to try harder! Is love blind? And was it blinded by science? Find out in SCIENCE FELL IN LOVE, SO I TRIED TO PROVE IT!