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News Madhouse's Photo Kano TV Anime Slated for April
posted on 2012-12-11 23:37 EST
The January issue of Earth Star magazine announced on Wednesday that MADHOUSE's television anime adaptation of Kadokawa Games, Enterbrain, and Dingo's Photo Kano PSP dating simulation game will premiere next April.
Akitoshi Yokoyama (Marimo no Hana: Saikyō Butō-ha Shōgakusei Densetsu) is directing and supervising the series scripts, and Mae Shimada is designing the characters. The stations TBS and BS-TBS will air the anime.
In the game, the player is an ordinary second-year high school student named Kazuya Maeda who gets a single-lens reflex camera at the end of summer vacation. He begins taking pictures of the girls at his school, and the photos may lead to romance.
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