ANONYMOUS;CODE Composer Shares Unused Song for 1st Anniversary

To celebrate the first anniversary of the latest entry in MAGES Science Adventure franchise, ANONYMOUS;CODE, composer Takeshi Abo shared a portion of an unused track from the game.

Details on the song weren’t provided, but it’s somewhat eerie, giving it the image of being used for lengthy explanations and such.

In his tweet, Abo stated the following, translated by our team’s Ryuji:

“July 28th marks the 1st Anniversary of ANONYMOUS;CODE [in Japan]! In celebration of this, I decided to post an excerpt of one of the unused songs. The game is currently available on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.”

When ANONYMOUS;CODE was initially launched for Japan last year, Abo published a celebratory arrangement of the track “Nakano City.”

In 2037, the protagonist Pollon Takaoka and his best friend Cross Yumikawa work as hackers for Nakano Symphonies following the “Sad Morning” disaster from 2036. However, during one such seemingly ordinary day, Pollon encounters a girl named Momo, who is on the run from the authorities for unknown reasons.

Check out our interview with the Localization Producer.

After failing in his task to protect her, he utilizes a new app he receives, which allows him to Save and Load in real life, akin to a video game. With his save data viewable via the game’s UI, Pollon ends up interacting with the player moving forward as they both attempt to uncover the mysteries of this program and several other events.

You can view the unused song from ANONYMOUS;CODE that Abo shared below:

ANONYMOUS;CODE, will launch westward for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on September 8, 2023.

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