The app’s fusion anime will stream episodes 0-2 again with new commentary in November
Kodoani.com – Official website of Idolland PriPara, brand-based mobile app PriPara of TAKARA TOMY ARTS and Syn Sophia, announced on Wednesday that the game has been delayed again to improve product quality. The staff will announce a more official release date this December. This is the game’s fourth delay; The game was scheduled to launch in spring 2021, but was first delayed to summer 2021, then delayed again to spring 2022, and again to summer or fall 2022. .
The app’s related anime, which will stream within the app, is the brand’s first new anime in three years. While the anime’s usual run will be delayed with the app, so far the anime has had online preview screenings of the “episode 0” prequel and episode 1 in October 2021. 2 had an online preview on January 12, and episode 3 had a preview in May. The episodes will return live with new audio commentary on November 2 (episode 1). ), November 16 (episode 0) and November 30 (episode 2).
The “virtual idol life app” from developer syn Sophia allows users to create their own custom characters in the PriPara theme park, where anyone can become an idol.
Makoto Moriwaki is returning from various PriPara anime series to direct the in-app anime at Tatsunoko Productions, and Michihiro Tsuchiya is also returning to oversee the series’ scripts. In addition to many returning employees, Avex Pictures is once again producing music.
Pretty Series projects began with Syn Sophia’s Pretty Rhythm: Mini Skirt in 2010. The game has adapted four anime series, as well as an anime film and the Spinoff King of Prism franchise. The sequel to the game PriPara (Prism Paradise) was released in 2014 and has inspired four television anime and four animated films.
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