Attack on Titan News: New Museum Exhibit Shows Off New Illustrations, Life Size Colossal Titan And Virtual Reality Titan Attack

By Donyae , Updated Feb 03, 2015 08:23 PM EST
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Ueno Royal Museum will be hosting an Attack on Titan exhibit in August. You can add it to the list of reason why you're jealous you don't live in Japan. The attraction will include new art, a model of the Colossal Titan's head, and a virtual reality theater.

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The Attack on Titan Exhibition: Wall Oita will have a whopping 63 original illustrations by Hajime Isayama, the creator of the Attack on Titan series. This will include brand new work by the author reported The Asahi Shimbum.

The Colossal Titan head that will be on display is listed as "life size" which would make it a massive fixture in the museum. We've seen what the medium sized titans look like on a full scale. The Colossal Titan is the biggest one we've seen so far and he's pretty big.

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Big enough to kick down a wall.

That's all super exciting but the real treat will be a virtual reality trip on the tragic school bus that is a look into what it's like to be attacked by a titan. The special feature uses 3D imagery and sound effects to show you what it's like to have your entire world shattered by a giant flesh eating fiend.

Japan really knows how to have a good time. No word on if you'll have to witness your friends and family being devoured but I'm guessing probably yes because I don't think they do any half measures.

The exhibit will be held at the Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo sometime in August. More details are forthcoming.

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