The world of Tappei Nagatsuki's Re: ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- is coming to mobile devices in Japan.While we all wait for the recently-delayed second season, Sega announced plans to publish an adventure RPG on iOS and Android, with the Japanese release currently set for sometime in 2020.
The game has players stepping into the role of Subaru, reliving the story of the anime and tackling 'What If' stories that branch out from there.Nagatsuki is involved, as well, and will be penning an original story for the game.
The official website is now live, and you can see some sample screens, including a quick look at battle, below.
The voice cast from the anime is back to voice their respective characters, and White Fox is on the opening animation.Here's the staff involved in that aspect of it:
Storyboard and Direction: Kenichi Kawamura
Animation Supervisor: Tomoshige Naiyoshi
Character Design / Chief Animation Supervisor: Kyuuta Sakai
Sub-Character Design: Tatsuya Kotonagi
Prop Design: Gouichi Iwahata, Takanori Suzuki
Background Artist: Saya Kaneshiro
Background Art Director: Yoshito Takamine
Color Design: Izumi Sakamoto
Special Effects: Miho Kawanishi
3D Director: Yuu Karube
Photography Director: Kentarou Minegishi
Editor: Hitomi Sudou
Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his webcomic, BIG DUMB FIGHTING IDIOTS at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.
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