Anonymous Code has gone gold

Anonymous;Code Goes Gold After 7 Years of Development

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Anonymous Code has gone gold and is primed to release in Japan in late July 2022. Mages’ Science Adventure series Twitter account posted a deciphered version of a cryptic message that it previously uploaded on June 10, 2022. The binary code in the previous tweet meant “It has gone gold.” The deciphered Japanese text in the image reads “After 7 years of development time, it is finally completed. Will you save the situation?”

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In addition, Mages also uploaded a new video featuring Shoya Chiba, the Japanese voice actor of the protagonist Pollon. Chiba confirmed in the video that he had completed recording his voices for the title.

The first announcement for Anonymous Code appeared in 2015. The visual novel will utilize its game save data to determine its story branches in lieu of conversation responses. Mages had planned to release the game on the PS4, PS Vita, and Switch at one point. However, it canceled the PlayStation Vita version in 2020.

Anonymous;Code will appear as the latest entry in the Science Adventure series. Mages had previously released Chaos;HeadSteins;Gate, and Robotics;Notes as part of the series. In a 2020 interview with Famitsu, Mages president Chiyomaru Shikura expressed his interest in creating a series crossover title after Anonymous;Code came out.

Anonymous;Code will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on July 28. 2022.

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Kite is a Japanese translator and avid gamer from Indonesia, Southeast Asia who learned the language mostly by playing Japanese games from the PS1 era. He primarily translates news about Japanese games and anime straight from Japan. After initially starting with a focus on Dynasty Warriors communities from the mid-2000s, he eventually joined Siliconera in 2020. Other than Dynasty Warriors, Kite is also a big fan of Ace Combat and other games featuring mechs, especially Gundam.