Dance With Devils My Carol Fandisc Game's Opening Movie Streamed

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PS Vita game launches in Japan on March 22

Rejet began streaming the opening movie on Saturday for Dance With Devils My Carol, the fandisc game for the Dance With Devils franchise.

The fandisc will ship in Japan on March 22 for the Playstation Vita. In the fandisc players will be able to go on "sweet dates" with the characters, and the story will also feature a mysterious new development.

Rejet's original PlayStation Vita game shipped in Japan in March 2016.

Game developer Rejet, music production studio Elements Garden, and music production company Avex are collaborating on the Dance With Devils franchise. A 12-episode television anime series premiered in Japan in October 2015. Funimation Entertainment streamed the series with subtitles as it aired in Japan, and also streamed a Broadcast dub. The Dance with Devils: Fortuna anime film opened in Japan on November 4. The film featured six different epilogues that screened at different times.

The franchise's story centers on second-year high school student Ritsuka Tachibana. She lives a calm and unchanging life. Ritsuka's older brother Lindo returns from studying abroad in the United Kingdom. Shikō Academy student council president Rem Kaginuki calls on the girl, and she begins having mysterious encounters with the student council members. Her life changed a little from that day, but Ritsuka expected nothing more.

However, she comes home to find her mother collapsed with suspicious hooded men nearby. They were not human but devils, vampires, and exorcists seeking the Forbidden Grimoire. Ritsuka's former daily life crumbles around her, and she finds herself slowly becoming attracted to Rem, who helps her in her predicament. On the other hand, confusion deepens with regard to her brother who carries a secret. Ritsuka is unsure what path to choose as she finds herself at the center of a love story.

The franchise has also spawned a manga adaptation and three stage musicals. The third musical will run at the AiiA 2.5 Theater Tokyo from March 15-25.

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