Uma Musume Pretty Derby Project's Anime, Game Promo Videos Streamed
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Game developer Cygames began streaming the first promotional video for the anime adaptation of its upcoming Uma Musume Pretty Derby game as well as the second promotional video for the smartphone game on Saturday. The videos feature the song "Endless Dream!!" performed by the cast and reveal that both the anime and game will debut in 2018.
The projects' "1st EVENT Special Weekend!" event, which was held at Maihama Ampitheatre in Chiba, also announced 41 new characters and cast members on Saturday. 15 cast members attended and performed at the event.
The cast of Uma Musume (Horse Girls) includes:
- Azumi Waki as Special Week
- Marika Kōno as Silence Suzuka
- Machico as Tōkai Teiō
- Yuka Aisaka as Vodka
- Ruriko Aoki as Air Groove
- Minami Takahashi as El Condor Pasa
- Tomoyo Takayanagi as Oguri Cap
- Rena Maeda as Grass Wonder
- Hitomi Ueda as Gold Ship
- Azusa Tadokoro as Symboli Rudolf
- Yuka Ōtsubo as Taiki Shuttle
- Chisa Kimura as Daiwa Scarlet
- Sora Tokui as T.M. Opera Ō
- Yuka Aisaka as Narita Brian
- Yuiko Tatsumi as Hishi Amazon
- Eriko Matsui as Fuji Kiseki
- Lynn as Maruzensky
- Saori Ōnishi as Mejiro McQueen
- Akari Kitō as Seiun Sky
- Nozomi Yamamoto as Yukino Bijin
P.A. Works (A Lull in the Sea, Shirobako) is in charge of animation for the anime, while Cygames, Toho Animation, and Lantis are producing the anime. P.A. Works previously animated a promotional video for the game, which debuted at last year's AnimeJapan 2016 event.
The game is currently in development. The game's concept begins with Uma Musume (Horse Girls), girls endowed with excellent running capability, and who aim to become top idols and compete in the national sports entertainment show "Twinkle Series." Players take the role of both teacher and trainer for the girls in the Nihon Uma Musume Training Center Gakuen (Japan Horse Girls Training Center Academy) and help them make their debut.
Update: Cygames removed the anime promo video and replaced it on July 20. The new video has been embedded.
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