In the weeks leading to the Japanese launch of CRYMACHINA, FuRyu are planning to release a series of video clips introducing the key characters of the game. And in this post, you will find all the character clips in one place. It will be updated as soon as a new clip is shared, so make sure to keep checking back!
Here’s a playlist with all the videos in one place:
- June 13th: Leben Distel
- June 15th: Enoa
- June 23rd: Mikoto Sengiku
- June 26th: Ami Shido
- June 27th: Trinity (Hayat, Vida, Hayim, Can)
- July 4th: Noah
- July 6th: Yuri
- July 18th: Deux Ex Machina (Ecclesia,
FuRyu has shared some video clips introducing the various Deus Ex Machina (self-evolving machines that work towards the revival of humanity following its extinction in the future):
- Ecclesia (voiced by Tetsuei Sumiya in Japanese). Its mission is to “Maintain Order”, and it guards Eden under the orders of the Commander. Among the various Deus Ex Machina, it’s the strongest, and boasts unparalleled fighting proficiency.
- Noein (voiced by Yui Horie in Japanese). Its mission is “Confidential”. After the original Deus Ex Machina was lost, it took over its duties as supervisor of Eden.
- Anthropos (voiced by Tomokazu Sugita in Japanese). Its mission is “Human Definition”. It respects “love” above all else. It’s the one who determines what a “Real Human” is in Eden.
- Letheia (voiced by Shigeru Chiba in Japanese). Its mission is “Observation and Collection”. It collects both resources and information from the outside world. It’s that Deus Ex Machina who taught Enoa how to be a machine.
- Logos. Its mission is “Civilization Development”. It has a large number of minions that are like smaller versions of itself: they are in charge of facility development and infrastructure management. It possesses no self-conciousness, and is incapable of speech. He scrupulously follows the orders given by the other Deus Ex Machina.
- Zoe (voiced by Hitomi Ueda in Japanese). Its mission is “Body Regeneration”. A self-proclaimed artist whose mission is to create a stronger body that trascends the original human body.
Yuri (voiced by Hina Kino in Japanese) is Leben’s precious little sister. She died at the young age of 14 from an unknown disease. In order to bring her back to life, Leben (who has regained her memories of her past life) aims to become a Real Human. She loved her sister deeply, and followed her everywhere. She was rather weak, and her health was poor.
Noah (voiced by Miyuri Nemoto in Japanese) is a peddler who appears and disappears without prior warning. He shows up out of the blue and offers to trade psyches. He doesn’t seem hostile or malicious, but his true identity (and therefore his ultimate goal) remains shrouded in mystery.
Hayat (voiced by Honoka Inoue), Vida (voiced by Kotori Koiwai), Hayim (voiced by Akira Sekine), and Can (voiced by Reina Kondou) are all E.V.E.s whose human psyches was recreated by Enoa. They’re part of a unit called Trinity, which is under the command of Zoe. They’re antagonists, but they do have a unique and irresistible charm.
Ami Shido (voiced by Minami Takahashi) is a human psyche recreated by Enoa, and one of the E.V.E.s. Enoa, Leben, and Mikoto are like family to her. She’s a kind and caring person, but she does have a fierce side that comes to the surface whenever someone hurts her family. She’s especially fond of Mikoto.
Mikoto Sengiku (voiced by Ruriko Aoki) is a human psyche recreated by Enoa, and one of the E.V.E.s. She’s Leben’s senior, and so serves as her mentor, guiding her. She never loses her cool, and has the strength of mind never to waver, even in difficult situations.
Enoa (voiced by Hikaru Tonoo) is a “Deus Ex Machina”, a self-evolving machine that works towards the revival of humankind in the game’s post-apocalyptic world. She provides support to the girls who are trying to become “Real Humans”. She doesn’t look like a machina, which is why Leben mistakens her for an angel.
Leben Distel (voiced by Risa Tsumugi) is a girl who should have died in the 21st Century. But as the “Chosen One”, she woke up in a mechanical body. The video below shows the very moment she wakes up. This is where the story of a girl trying to become a real Human Being in order to survive in a post-apocalyptic world, following the extinction of humankind, begins.
CRYMACHINA (Switch) comes out on July 27th in Japan, and on October 24th in North America, and on October 27th in Europe!