News Idolm@ster: One For All's 7-Minute Video Previews Gameplay
posted on 2014-03-21 17:40 EDT
A seven-minute promotional video for The IDOLM@STER: One For All video game for the PlayStation 3 began streaming on Wednesday. The video shows a play-through of the game's features, like taking idols out to areas, practice sessions, and more.
The upcoming game will let players produce all 13 idols, which was impossible to do in the previous installments. The player starts with producing his or her favorite aspiring idol. Then it is time to pack the schedule with jobs and lessons. As the idol trains, the number of fans grows, and the story continues as she rises in the popularity rankings.
If you clear each season's objective, you can add more idols to your producing roster. Twice a year, your idols — all 13 if you have them all — can perform in the "All-Star Live" concerts. The game adds new accessories, outfits, and songs as the player aims to produce 765PRO's top idols.
The PlayStation 3 game will be available for purchase in Japan at retail and via digital download for 7,600 yen (about US$75) on May 15. The first copies will come with a serial number for obtaining two exclusive idols in mobile games: Miki Hoshii in The IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls and Chihaya Kisaragi in The IDOLM@STER: Million Live.
The limited first edition "765Pro Shin Produce Box" will come in an exclusive box illustrated with the agency version of the main visual. This 11,880-yen (US$115) version will bundle the special drama CD "765Pro ga Iku! Top idol no O-shigoto Kengaku," the 765Pro Idol trade pamphlet, the game itself, cleaning cloth with words from the company president, a 765Pro calendar with "written" notes by all the idols, a product code for downloading limited original design costumes, and 13 rectangular posters.
The downloadable version will be available from the iMAS Channel PlayStation Store app that was announced on the same day as the new PlayStation 3 game last September.