Wonder Momo Game and Anime Series Announced


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It wasn’t that long ago that a mysterious Wonder Momo teaser site made its appearance. The questions it raised are now being officially answered by Bandai Namco: yes, there’s a new Wonder Momo game on the way. It will be released for the PC and Android by WayForward.

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That isn’t the only new announcement though. An anime series is also in the works by ShiftyLook, which Crunchyroll already has streaming rights for. Both the upcoming game and anime series will follow the adventures of Momoko, the daughter of the protagonist of the original Wonder Momo arcade game. Shiftylook already has a Wonder Momo webcomic (http://www NULL.shiftylook NULL.com/comics/wondermomo/in-the-spotlight) out if you’re interested in getting to know aspiring-idol Momoko before her big screen debut.

Here is a synopsis of the series’ plot, taken from the official website:

One day, a group of aliens planning to take over the Earth invade Tokyo. Momoko, who aspires to be an idol, gets involved in the fight in an unexpected form. Warudemon, king of the alien empire, uses various tactics to hunt down Momoko and the people around her. Momoko has decided to stand up to the Warudemon, plain and simple.

While there doesn’t seem to be an official release date for the game, the anime series will premiere this February. If you want to know more, the official website (http://wondermomo NULL.jp/en/) has been updated and is available entirely in English as well as Japanese.

Sources: 1 (http://gematsu NULL.com/2014/01/wonder-momo-returning-new-pc-game-anime), 2 (http://www NULL.shiftylook NULL.com/news/post/newsletter20140129)


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Situated in sunny Florida, Angela spends plenty of time watching anime and playing video games. RPGs and survival-horror are her go-to genres; but if it's weird or different, she's willing to give a shot. She graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2011 with a BA in Creative Writing and now puts her skills to good use writing about the nerdier things in life, including news and game reviews for Operation Rainfall.