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The [email protected] Million Live! App Gets Anime Promo Video

posted on 2015-07-19 10:00 EDT by Egan Loo
"Next Stage" teased for iOS/Android app's future along with 5-city concert tour

An anime promotional video for the iOS/Android app The [email protected] Million Live! debuted on Sunday during "The [email protected] [email protected] of Idol World!! 2015" concerts. The second and final day of the concerts, which celebrate the 10th anniversary of The [email protected] idol training game/anime/music franchise, ran at the Seibu Prince Dome arena in Saitama.

The promotional video teased the "next stage" of the spinoff game's future, but did not specify for what kind of project the video was made. The video will be made available outside the concerts in the near future.

The event also announced that The [email protected] Million Live! will have its own live concert tour. The seven-concert "Believe My [email protected]" tour will travel to five cities in Japan with the 37 theater members. The app will also spawn its third CD series.

The [email protected] Million Live! debuted in February 2013 as a smartphone spinoff of The IDOL[email protected] with its own set of 37 idols to produce:

The real-life singers of The [email protected] Million Live! held their own concerts in June 2014 and again this past April:

Source: Dengeki, Famitsu via Yaraon!

Update: The limited first pressing of the first CD in the third CD series, The [email protected] Live [email protected] Dreamers, will bundle a Blu-ray Disc with the "Dreaming" anime promotional video that was previewed at the concert. A-1 Pictures produced the 90-second promotional video. The bundled Blu-ray Disc will also include footage of the concert performances of the "Thank You!" and "Welcome!!" songs from their second live concert set in April.

The [email protected] Live [email protected] Dreamers CD series will launch with the first monthly album on September 30.

Source: Gamer


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