B-Project fans have a lot to look forward to about their favorite male idols. Aside from the coming of B-Project Season 3, a new console game based on the anime series is about to come.
Anime gamers will now have the chance to continue Sumisora Tsubasa and the rest of the gang's story in gameplay with B-Project Ryūsei*Fantasia or B-Project Shooting Star*Fantasia on Nintendo Switch. It will feature the anime's five-year history with a new plot, events, music, and voices of each group's 13 members, per Anime News Network.
A promotional video for the said game is now released, and it showed all of the show's main characters. In addition, it will also have a new Blu-ray Disc, and DVD of the B-Project Thrive Live 2020-Music Drugger event. The B-Project RealMotion Live 2020 concerts, on the other hand, will stream on November 22 and 23 from the Makuhari Event Hall in Chiba.
B-Project is a male idol anime that features catchy music, favorite male idols, and "a dull of heroin," per Epic Dope. It features the beautiful character designs of the Devils and Realist creator Utako Yukihiro.
It tells Tsubasa's story, the newly hired member of the A&R department in the recording company Gandala Music. Her work is to oversee the idol unit called B-Project.
Tsubasa works along the B-Projects as she manages their daily activities from completing all kinds of events to achieving their greatest dream -- to perform a concert. If there is one place that they want to take center stage of, it is the Japan Dome, and they totally nail it.
After a huge success, Tsubasa, Kitakore, and MoonS go to the next level of their fame and meet Killer King. Now, everything is about to begin anew in B-Project Season 3.
Despite the good storyline, fans still feel unsatisfied with the first and second seasons' animation quality and ending. Will everything change in the new season? The hope is now high that the latest installment will come up with better animation and finale, per Crunchyroll.
The first two seasons featured the works of Chiyomaru Shikura, who planned and did the original work. Takanori Nishikawa was the overall producer, while Makoto Marikawaki directed the second installment, replacing the first season's Eiji Suganuma.
B-Project Season 1 premiered in July 2016, while Season 2 was out in January 2019 -- both seasons were streamed on Crunchyroll as it aired. However, there are no words on when B-Project Season 3 will be out.
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