Tribe Nine

Tribe Nine Anime by Danganronpa Creator Reveals Opening & Ending Songs; Will Air on Funimation

Akatsuki and Too Kyo Games revealed the opening and ending songs of the upcoming anime part of the mixed media project Tribe Nine.

Akatsuki and Too Kyo Games revealed the opening and ending songs of the upcoming anime part of the mixed media project Tribe Nine.

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The opening song is titled “Strike It Out” performed by MIYAVI, while the ending song “Infocus” is performed by Void_Chords.

You can check both out with their respective clips, while we also learn that it’ll air on Funimation in January 2022.

If you’re not familiar with Tribe Nine, it was originally revealed all the way back in February 2020 and teased once more a few weeks ago. The project will include a mobile 3D action JRPG and an anime TV series.

The story is set in Neo Tokyo in 20XX, a place in which 23 different tribes associated with the city’s districts are locked in conflict in which victory and defeat are decided by “Extreme Baseball” (XB) matches. Those battles happen across the entire city.

Besides Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka for Too Kyo Games and Akatsuki’s Shuuhei Yamaguchi, more creators are involved in the Too Kyo Games side, including Zero Escape creator Kotaro Uchikoshi and more.

The music will be composed by Masafumi Takada while the art is by Rui Komatsuzaki, both of whom are known for their work on the Danganronpa series.

The TV Series will be animated by Liden Films and directed by Yu Aoki. You can watch previous trailers focusing on the Minato and Chiyoda Tribeson the Adachi Tribe, on the Taito tribeon the Ota Tribe, and on the Shinagawa Tribe.


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