Tokyo 7th Sisters is a smartphone game which will get an anime film adaptation next year. This smartphone game developed by Donuts Co. Ltd. is a simple idol raising rhythm game with immersive gameplay where you scout for idol cards and progress through its storyline.
You as a player are given the role of the leader of 777 idol studio, trying to make the world realize the potential of idol singers once again.
Tokyo 7th Sisters was supposed to release its anime film adaptation in Summer 2020 but Covid-19 precautions stopped its premiere entirely.
The rescheduled release date of Tokyo 7th Sisters has been changed to 26th February 2021 and a new PV and key visual have been released along with this announcement.
The trailer showcases some scenes from the film where we see the idol girls practice their hearts out to be the number one idol the world has never seen.
The trailer also gives a small sample of the theme song “Departures: Ashita no Uta” or (Tomorrow’s Song) by unit 777☆SISTERS.
The visual poster reveals the new release date and lists the characters from the film.
The staff behind the film include:
|Animation||Yosuke Kikuchi||Blue Spring Ride|
|Music||Yoshiaki Dewa||Fate/stay night|
The announcement includes two new additions to the voice cast:
|Kōzō Hakkaku||Tomomichi Nishimura||Foss (Berserk)|
|Noriyuki Namekawa||Toshiyuki Morikawa||Gou (Angel Tales)|
The 77-minute long anime film will focus on the stories of the idol girls who aspire to be the top idol and shine as bright as they can, hoping to reach people’s hearts.
They will rely on their vocal abilities and sheer perseverance to make their company proud once again.
The game released in 2014 for Android and iOS platforms and it already has an animated music video inspired from its gameplay named as “t7s Longing for summer Again And Again ~Harukaze~” back in 2017.
About Tokyo 7th Sisters
Tokyo 7th Sisters is an idol producing rhythmic mobile game that was released for Android and iOS platform in 2014.
The game allows players to be the leader and manager of an idol studio named 777 and produce idols that the world has never seen.
The player can collect idol cards to add to his group and progress through the game.
An anime film adaptation was scheduled for 2020 Summer release but was rescheduled to February 26, 2021 to follow Covid-19 guidelines.
The game released in 2014 for Android and iOS platforms already has an animated music video inspired from its gameplay named as “t7s Longing for summer Again And Again ~Harukaze~” back in 2017.Originally Written By Epic Dope