Trapped in a Dating Sim TV anime shows off its gaming roots in new trailer

After the first trailer of the next Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Hard on Crowds The television anime leaned more into the characters and their relationships, the recently released second trailer delves directly into the acting aspects of adapting At Yomu Mishima’s series of light novels. Next to the trailer, a new key visualanother cast member and more staff have been announcement.

Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Hard on Crowds

Joining the cast is Akira Ishida (Kaworu in evangelization) as a Luxion crate item

Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Hard on Crowds

Next to Uzaki-chan wants out! director Kazuya Miura as co-director of Trapped in a dating simulator TV anime next door Shinichi Fukumoto (The detective is already dead), newly announced staff members include:

  • Artistic director – Takamasa Nakakuki, Ryōsuke Kawai
  • Artist frame – Yoko Nakao
  • Color design – Miho Hasegawa
  • Director of Photography – Tomoyuki Ishiyama
  • Editing – Yusuke Ueno
  • Sound Director – Takatoshi Hamano
  • Sound effects – Yui Andō
  • The music – Kana Hashiguchi, Show Aratame

the Yomu Mishima –The written series has 8 volumes currently published in Japan, with Seven Seas Entertainment translating the light novels and manga adaptation in English-speaking countries. Seven Seas currently has five volumes of the light novel released, describing the first volume as is:

Office worker Leon is reincarnated in a dating simulation video game, where women reign supreme and only handsome men have a seat at the table. But Leon has a secret weapon: he remembers everything from his past life, which includes a full chunk of the very game he’s now trapped in. Can Leon start a revolution to change this new world order?

Trapped in a dating simulator is scheduled to start on April 3 at 10 p.m. Japan time.

Source: Trapped in a Dating Sim oofficial site

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Daryl Harding is Japan correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan called TheDoctorDazza, tweets about @DoctorDazzaand posts photos of his travels on Instagram.

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