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Sensual Phrase Mobile Game App's New Video Reveals Cast, Song

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Sensual Phrase Climax - Next Generation- iOS/Android app launches in September

The official website for the new spinoff sequel game app Sensual Phrase Climax -Next Generation- inspired by Mayu Shinjo's Sensual Phrase (Kaikan Phrase) manga began streaming on Thursday a new promotional video introducing the characters and voice cast. The video previews the song "Gerasis" sung by Yūma Uchida and Tatsuhisa Suzuki, two of the game's voice actors. Akihiro Tomita produced the song, Mayu Shinjo wrote it, and Endō handled composition and arrangement. The app is scheduled to launch in Japan in September for iOS and Android devices.

The cast includes:

  • Yūma Uchida as Shion
  • Ryōhei Kimura as Takuya
  • Jun Kasama as Yukihiko
  • Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Reon
  • Makoto Furukawa as Sid
  • Natsuki Hanae as Matthew
  • Ryo Kikuchi as Hikaru
  • Ryō Takizawa as Hachiya
  • Daiki Kobayashi as Haru
  • Arthur Lounsbery as Kanae
  • Kennosuke Inagawa as Tsukasa
  • Takahide Ishii as Hokuto
  • Masaya Matsukaze as Sakuya
  • Kenichi Suzumura as Atsuro
  • Shinichiro Miki as Yukifumi
  • Susumu Chiba as Towa
  • Takahiro Sakurai as Santa
  • Takuya Satō as Rec
  • Tomokazu Seki as Ginzo
  • Ryōtarō Okiayu as Ryōtarō
  • Yūichirō Umehara as Noah
  • Kenji Akabane as Chris
  • Narumi Takashi as Tomonori
  • Yohei Akazami as Seiji
  • Eri Yukimura as Kanon
  • Atsuko Enomoto as Aine
  • Eri Gōda as Takako
  • Yuki Kaneko as Sophia
  • Nashi as Miu

An event to reveal more information about the app will be held at Hit Studio Tokyo on September 15.

The Sensual Phrase manga's romance story centers on female high school student and aspiring lyricist Aine Yukimura and Lucifer rock band vocalist Sakuya Ōkouchi. One day, Sakuya runs into Aine with his car. Sakuya gives her a pass to a performance that night, and she hears him perform her lyrics that she left behind after the accident. The two fall for each other but encounter many obstacles as their relationship develops.

Shinjo serialized the original manga in Sho-Comi from 1997 to 2000, and its compiled book volumes have over 10 million copies in print. Viz Media published the manga in North America. A television anime adaptation ran from 1999 to 2000, and the Lucifer visual-kei band was formed in real life specifically to perform theme songs for the anime. The band broke up in 2003 but reunited several times after the disbanding.

Sono Koe de, Sono Uta o. (With that voice, that song.), Mayu Shinjo's new manga series for her Sensual Phrase manga, launched in Shogakukan's Sho-Comi (Shōjo Comic) magazine in February, and ended on May 2. A sequel project is in the works.

Sources: Kaikan Phrase app's website and YouTube channel via Nijimen


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