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Bang Dream! Girls and Party! in English for Spring

Bang Dream! Girls and Party! in English for Spring
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995, and following Andy Hanley's retirement has returned to the post of Editor-in-Chief in 2017. What an old man!

Bang Dream! Girls Band Party! is a Japanese rythm action game deveoped by Craft Egg Inc and Bushiroad Inc, and it's coming to the West this Spring.

Already incredibly popular, the game will make its English-language debut on both iOS and Android devices, but you can pre-register for the game today on the website, which you can find here.

The game has been awarded numerous prizes, including App Store Best of 2017 - Top Game Ranking, Google Play Best of 2017 - Grand Prize for Players' Choice Game and Attractive Game.

Featuring a bevvy of original tracks, as well as popular anime tunes such as Butter-fly (Digimon), Silhouette (Naruto) and Guren no Yumiya (Attack on Titan), the game promises plenty of variety.

The game also has its very own anime series, which follows the adventures of Kasumi Toyama as she assembles a band named Poppin Party with her friends - the series is available to stream on Cruchyroll and HIDIVE.

Social Media links to follow the game are below:





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