The recently announced anime series Trapped in a Sim has announced its theme songs. As part of the regular updates for the upcoming anime series, the theme songs and the singers who performed them have been declared. So so far so good and this update has already got fans excited. The original novel series Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs belongs to the shonen genre centered around the concepts of comedy, isekai, and science fiction. The entire Trapped in Dating Sim franchise continues the legacy year after year by releasing new projects one by one.
Originally published as a novel series, Trapped in a Dating Sim was written by Yomu Mishima. The novel was published by Shosetsuka ni Naro and published on October 1, 2017 and ended on October 15, 2019. Later it was updated into a series of light novels written by the same author but illustrated by the Monda artist. It was published by Micro Magazine Publications and its English version was distributed by Seven Seas Entertainment. The light novel debuted on May 30, 2018, and is still being added to the 9-volume collection. After the long string of new projects and releases, an anime adaptation is on the way whose opening and ending theme songs were announced recently.
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About Trapped in Dating Sim
While the Trapped in Dating Sim light novel series has outlived its time, the manga adaptation has come out. It was based on the original plot by Yomu Mishima but was illustrated by Jun Shiosato. The manga was published by Fujimi Shobo and its English version was distributed by Seven Seas Entertainment. It dropped on October 5, 2018, and was serialized in Niconico Seiga Magazine (2018-2021) and Monthly Dragon Age (2022 to present). An anime adaptation of the manga is announced and will be produced by ENGI Studio. The series will be directed by Kazuya Miura and Shinichi Fukumoto. Its script is given by Kenta Ihara and will be released this year in April.
The storyline of the series exemplifies a perfect isekai anime series. Like any other anime, the protagonist of Trapped in Dating Sim will be sent to a fictional world. It begins with the death of an ordinary worker anime Leon Fou Bartfort. He dies at the start of the series and is then reincarnated in a fictional world. To be precise, it is the Otome game world where he is forced to be played by his sister. Now in the game, it is part of the kingdom of Holfort which is ruled supremely by women. They are tough, especially on “mobs” – background characters such as Leon. Leon’s journey disrupting the gaming world using his gaming knowledge from his past life. He will also explore the world to find the Luxion cheat item and enroll in Holfort Academy. Leon tries his best to live a normal life but ends up getting involved in all types of events.
Trapped in a Dating Sim Announced Theme Song
On February 17, Thursday 2022, the official website for the anime adaptation of Trapped in a Dating Sim: World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs announced the corresponding theme songs. The performers for the opening and ending songs of the upcoming anime have been revealed along with the song names. The new isekai anime of 2022 will open with the theme song “Silent Minority” which is composed and sung by singer-songwriter Kashitaro Ito. He posted his performance video on Nico Nio Douga and debuted with “The Toy Factory (2014)”.
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Ito being a talented singer and songwriter has already performed for ‘DECA-DENCE, Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won’t Lose’. His many notable works are available for streaming, however, his third single “Single Minority” is set to be released on April 27, 2022. Meanwhile, the ending theme song titled “Selfish” is performed by Riko Azuna – the vocalist of anisong. She debuted in 2018 and has done a lot of great work in anime like “Bloom Into You, Re:Zero – Starting a Life in Another World: Memory Snow” and much more. Her eighth single “Selfish” will be released on May 11, 2022.
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