Prince of Tennis II franchise is getting a Switch game this fall – News
‘Documentary adventure game’ tells an original story with 62 characters
The official site of the Shin Tennis no Ōji-sama U-17 World Cup (The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup) the anime series has announced a new king of tennis game for the nintendo Change system on Saturday. Bushiroad will release the Shin Tennis no Oji-sama Let’s go! ~The Daily Life~ of RisingBeat (The Prince of Tennis 2: Let’s go! The daily life of RisingBeat) this autumn.
The “Documentary Adventure Game” will tell an all-new original story featuring voiceovers for all dialogue for 62 characters.
The previous The Prince of Tennis 2:Rising Beat (Shin Tennis no Oji-sama Rising pace) rhythm-action smartphone game launched in Japan in November 2017. The game features dozens of character songs, including the main title theme song “RisingBeat” by Ryoma Echizen (Junko Minagawa). There is also a U-17 training camp mode with story scenarios from king of tennis II and a My Area interior design mode. The English version of the game launched for iOS and Android devices in June 2021 and will end on Tuesday.
Takeshi Konomi serialized The Prince of Tennis mangaoriginal Shueishait is Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1999 to 2008. The manga follows middle school tennis player Ryōma Echizen as he battles his rivals to reach the national tournament. This original manga inspired a television anime from 2001 to 2005, two anime feature films and a theatrical short film, various video anime projects, a live-action film, a China live-action television series, and a series. popular music.
the Shin Tennis no Ōji-sama U-17 World Cup (The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup) the anime series will premiere this year and will be the first television series of the franchise in about a decade.
the Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis (Ryōma! Shinsei Gekijōban Tennis no Ōji-sama) The 3DCG anime movie opened in Japan in September 2021. eleven arts released the film in North America.
Sources: The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup anime website