Natsuki Hanae, Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Yuma Uchida and more join cast of DREAM!ing

DREAM!ing is an upcoming smartphone game that brings to the table an impressive cast, dreams and music.

DREAM!ing is the newest smartphone on the block that features music as one of its selling points. According to the description on their official twitter account, this game is about “Nurturing the bonds of dreaming men (dreamers)“. The cast counts with a total of 20 characters.

The cast includes Natsuki Hanae, Makoto Furukawa, Nobunaga Shimazaki, Shouta Aoi, Toshiyuki Toyonaga, Yuma Uchida, Shunichi Toki, Toshinari Fukamachi, Shinnosuke Tachibana, Tetsuya Kakihara, Yusuke Kobayashi, Tasuku Hatanaka, Yoshiki Nakajima, Shunsuke Takeuchi, Naru Hamano and Tomohiro Yamaguchi.

Koyasu Takehito, Hikaru Midorikawa, Yuto Suzuki and Daisuke Namikawa are part of the school’s staff.

A promotional video introducing the cast, some key visuals and the game’s system was released on youtube. It is the following:

DREAM!ing is going to include story, lesson and music/live modes, snippets of some of these features are available on DREAM!ing‘s official website.

About the music bit of this game: there won’t be any units per se (at least none were announced up until now), however the cast will perform duet or group songs (some snippets of those were already released), shuffling between themselves for new performances.

A total of 5 song previews were released recently. Those will be available to listen on DREAM!ing’s official youtube channel until July 31, after that the videos are going to be removed from their channel.

The game is scheduled to launch this August (specific date yet to be announced).

Following their official twitter account counts as a pre-registry for the game. For more details on this game and receive timely updates on it, we advise you to follow DREAM!ing‘s official twitter account (link below).

SOURCE: DREAM!ing official website / official twitter account

 

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.