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DEEMO Memorial Keys Anime Film Unveils New Video

DEEMO Memorial Keys Anime Film Unveils New Video

The staff for DEEMO Memorial Keys (Deemo: Sakura no Oto – Anata no Kanadeta Oto ga, Ima mo Hibiku), the anime film based on Rayark Games’ Deemo game, unveiled new footage from the film on the official website. The footage features the song “ANiMA” from the original Deemo game.

New Footage

The anime movie will premiere in Japan on February 25. It previously released a trailer in December 2021. The anime film will get a manga adaptation in Ichijinsha‘s Monthly Comic Zero-Sum magazine. Rayark Games held an online concert on February 12 to commemorate the company’s 10th anniversary.

Cast & Staff

The cast of DEEMO Memorial Keys includes Hinatazaka46 idol group member Akari Nibu as the Masked Lady along with Ayana Taketatsu (Nino Nakano, The Quintessential Quintuplets) as Alice. Akari Kitō (Nezuko, Demon Slayer) is voicing Sania while Ayane Sakura (Yotsuba Nakano, The Quintessential Quintuplets) voices Rosalia.

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Sister studios Signal.MD and Production I.G are producing the film. Jun’ichi Fujisaku is credited as executive director for the film with Shūhei Matsushita credited as director and Yoshihiro Hiramine credited as assistant director. Fujisaku is also penning the script alongside Bun’Ō Fujisawa, and Mebachi is designing the characters.

Yuki Kajiura (Demon SlayerSword Art OnlineFate/Zero) is composing the film’s theme song, and 14-year-old third-year middle school student Hinano Takashima is performing the theme song “Yubikiri-Genman.” Pony Canyon is producing.

Story & Background

DEEMO Memorial Keys is described as such:

Alone in a castle, a mysterious figure plays the piano… Deemo. One day, a little girl falls from the sky.
A castle littered with mysterious inhabitants, a sacred tree growing by the melody of piano, a girl with no memory, and Deemo.
A gentle story that will touch your heart.

See Also

The original 2013 rhythm game, Deemo, debuted as an iOS and Android smartphone game. Rayark Games later released the game on the PlayStation Vita in Japan in 2015 with the title, Deemo: Last Recital.

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