Visual Novel ‘9: Nine’ Gets TV Anime

The official YouTube channel of game studio Palette announced on Wednesday a television anime for its 9: Nine visual novel.

Developed and published by Palette, the first game of the romance visual novel series was released on Windows in April 2018. The fourth game was released in April 2020, and a sequel featuring short stories was released in the following April. Sekai Project has been releasing the game on Steam since February 2019 with English and Chinese versions. Palette released the complete game on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in June 2022.

Izumi Kawachi began drawing a manga adaptation in Manga Gaugau in October 2021.

The scene: Shiromitsugawa, a run-of-the-mill college town that has launched several failed attempts to drum up tourism and revitalize itself, including sponsoring a high-budget-but-poorly-written anime based on local folklore. A storm is about to descend on this sleepy town.

We follow Kakeru Niimi, a man who can be a bit curt at times but who has a strong sense of responsibility and a kind heart. Kakeru’s ordinary life is thrown into chaos after the local shrine’s sacred relic shatters. In the wake of this event, several young men and women awaken to superhuman abilities.

What was once a run-of-the-mill life in a run-of-the-mill town soon turns into a quest to track down a superpowered serial killer before they can strike again. (Source: Sekai Project)


Official site: https://9-nine-project.com/
Official X (Twitter): @info_9_nine_

Source: Comic Natalie

9: Nine on MAL

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