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“Ingress: The Animation” hit last fall in Japan, but the global release doesn’t hit Netflix until April 30, fortunately, it’s bringing a little something new to the show based on Niantic’s other popular video game.
The global version of the show will feature a new musical score created by Jacob Yoffee (“Free Meek,” “Andi Mack”).
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In this short video, Yoffee talks about the direction he was asked to take when creating the new score for “Ingress: The Animation.”
“They said please don’t have action music,” Yoffee said. “Please don’t do what you would expect and try something very, very different.”
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He said the show’s producers didn’t want anything that sounded like a familiar anime.
“It’s as if it’s live-action film,” he said. “Everything has this very visceral, primal sound to it that I think audiences are going to enjoy because it’s going to keep them questioning, and guessing at what’s going on.”
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“Ingress: The Animation” was created by animation studio Crafter under the direction of noted computer-graphics artist Yuhei Sakuragi and with character design by “Neon Genesis Evangelion’s” art director Takeshi Honda.
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