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Crunchyroll Streams 'Tales of Crestoria -The Wake of Sin-' Anime Short

posted on by Alex Mateo
Short based on smartphone game debuts on Sunday

Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that it will stream "Tales of Crestoria: The Wake of Sin-," Kamikaze Douga's 15-minute anime short for Bandai Namco Entertainment's Tales of Crestoria smartphone game, on Sunday in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

As previously announced, the anime short will stream worldwide on Sunday at 9:00 a.m. EDT. The anime will adapt the prologue of the game's story, "showing Kanata and Misella setting off on their journey." Yasutaka Nakata is in charge of concept music. The short will star Kōhei Amasaki, Yui Ishikawa, and Yūma Uchida.

Kamikaze Douga released several concept videos for the game in 2018.

The game launched in Japanese and English in July after being delayed from last year. The game is free to play, but some items are available for purchase.

The game's cast includes:

Wit Studio is handling the animation for the game, and Jun Kumagai is in charge of the story outline. Character designers include Kosuke Fujishima, Mutsumi Inomata, Miyuki Kobayashi, and Daigo Okumura. Yasutaka Nakata and Kamikaze Douga are in charge of the main character visuals.

The theme of the game is "sin," and the main character burdened with sin lives in order to protect someone precious to him. The game's full story synopsis is available to read on the game's English Twitter account.

Source: Crunchyroll

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