New Uta no Prince-sama Game Promoted in Train Stations All Over Japan
posted on by Eric Stimson
The new Uta no Prince-sama game, Uta no Prince-sama All Star After Secret, is being aggressively promoted in Japan this week: All 47 of Japan's prefectures, from snowy Hokkaido in the north to tropical Okinawa in the south, will get posters advertising the game in at least one of their train stations. The posters include a message from one of the game's 11 characters.
Here are the 11 different posters with the characters' messages:
Uta no Prince-sama All Star After Secret is a sequel to Broccoli's Uta no Prince-sama All Star game, which Broccoli released in March 2013. The game features 11 idols, but focuses specifically on the four upperclassmen idols. The upperclassmen each have two story routes, while the seven underclassmen (the members of ST☆RISH) each have one.
Broccoli will release Uta no Prince-sama All Star After Secret in Japan on March 12. The posters will remain up until March 15 (March 16 in some areas).