Dance with Devils Gets PS Vita Game in March
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Game developer Rejet announced in a Niconico Live stream on Wednesday that it is developing a Dance with Devils game for PlayStation Vita. The game is slated for March 24, 2016.
The romance adventure game follows the same story as the Dance with Devils anime. Players play as Ritsuka Tachibana, a female second-year high school student who attends Shiko Academy in Shiko Town. She enjoyed her school life while living with her mother Maria, but one day, that balance fell into ruin. The game is a story of Ritsuka being loved and being attracted to demons.
Players can choose to start a relationship with Rem, Lind, Urie, Mage, Shiki, and an as-yet unnamed character (the same character that Tatsuhisa Suzuki voices in the anime). The game will contain over 100 event illustrations. Wataru Hatano (who voices Lind Tachibana) will perform an exclusive theme song for the game, while Elements Garden will compose the song.
The November issue of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Girl's Style magazine will provide more details on Saturday. The game's official website will also launch on the same date.
The Dance with Devils television anime premiered in Japan on Tokyo MX on Wednesday. Funimation Entertainment is streaming the series in North America.
The cast includes:
Hibiku Yamamura as Maria Tachibana (not pictured), Ritsuka and Lind's mother
Kazutomi Yamamoto as Roen, the Kagenuki family's Pomeranian who follows Rem around a lot, especially to the 3rd library.
Yuuto Suzuki as Jek, a mysterious man who attacks Ritsuka. It seems as though he is searching for the "Prohibited Grimoire."
Tatsuhisa Suzuki as an unnamed character who is the only person not a member of the student council who goes in and out of the 3rd library freely.
Samako Natsu also launched a manga for the project titled Dance with Devils -Blight- in Square Enix's G Fantasy magazine on September 18. It tells an original story different from that of the anime. Anime scriptwriter Rika Nakase (Rocket Girls, Junjō Romantica) is credited for story composition.