The mysterious collaborative property teased last week by Toei Animation and game developer Gust (part of KOEI Tecmo Games) has been revealed in the latest issue of Japan’s Weekly Famitsu.
As related by Japanese videogame watchsite Gematsu.com, the “anime cross link RPG” is titled Kakuchou Shoujokei Trinary, introduced in Famitsu as a smartphone game to blends combines gaming and anime storytelling in a unique way. Viewers can watch weekly episodes through the app, but can experience the story much more deeply by playing the game and getting to know the characters more intimately.
Kakuchou Shoujokei Trinary is set in Tokyo, where a huge cocoon called the “Phenomenon” is creating terror by capturing people and driving them mad, causing them to start killing each other. To combat the Phenomena appearing in different locations, the government creates an elite “Extended Girls Trinary” fighting force.
The Trinary group is comprised of Tsubame Ouse, a spontaneous and smiley 15-year old; Ayami Kunimasa, a 21 year old former kendo student; Gabriela Rotalinska, a highly competitive, 14-year-old shooting expert; Kagura Uzuki, a devilish 15-year-old otaku; and Miyabi Koigasaki, a 17-year-old hacker prodigy.
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