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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Im@s Corner: THE iDOLM@STER 2

The first true sequel to the original Idolm@ster videogame was released for Xbox 360 on February 24, 2011. The game was also made for the PS3 on October of the same year.

THE iDOLM@STER 2's setting is the same one of the Dearly Stars videogame, with the main mode involving 765 Production studio's attempt from the Producer to win the Idol Academy title by creating a succesful unit of 3 idols, rivaling 876 Pro's girls (from the aforementioned DS title) and 961's all-male idol unit Jupiter. As such, the main unit-raising mode has its 'number of members' quota fixed to 3, with solo/duet/quintet performances available in the game's brand new Stage For You! mode.

As stated before, this Idolm@ster game was released for Playstation 3 towards the end of the year, featuring more songs/content on the base disc on top of the original Xbox 360 release's DLC catalogs, expanded with exclusive DLC content in form of songs, stages and guest idols. Among these, the most notable feature is Hatsune Miku as a guest idol with the inclusion of the songs Melt and World Is Mine.

The songs from the 2nd main Idolm@ster videogame have bridged the path between Taiko gaming's 2nd and 3rd main generation of games, with the latter half making its debut with the Must Songs Blue Album game.


-Im@s 2 songs-


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