History Trivia / TheIdolMaster

31st Oct '17 12:35:20 AM nanakiro
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\n\n* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to an Otomedia interview about the groups of ''[=SideM=]'', Jupiter at one point was supposed to be a FiveManBand. Very little has been elaborated on that point.

31st Oct '17 12:32:41 AM nanakiro
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to an Otomedia interview for the groups of ''[=SideM=]'', Jupiter at one point was supposed to be a FiveManBand. Very little has been elaborated on that point.


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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to an Otomedia interview for the groups of ''[=SideM=]'', Jupiter at one point was supposed to be a FiveManBand. Very little has been elaborated on that point.



28th Oct '17 11:12:35 AM lalaTKG
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to an Otomedia interview for the groups of ''[=SideM=]'', Jupiter at one point was supposed to be a FiveManBand. Very little has been elaborated on that point.

21st Oct '17 7:58:23 PM nanakiro
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* CrossdressingVoices: Ryo Akizuki being a case of RecursiveCrossdressing Voices. Averted everywhere else in [=SideM=] though, even [[TokenMiniMoe Mofumofuen]].

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* CrossdressingVoices: Ryo Akizuki being a case of RecursiveCrossdressing Voices. Averted everywhere else in [=SideM=] ''[=SideM=]'' though, even [[TokenMiniMoe Mofumofuen]].
21st Oct '17 7:56:51 PM nanakiro
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* TheDanza: Reporter Yoshizawa has Mitsuaki as his first name, given a [[FreezeFrameBonus flash-by]] appearance of his name on a [[https://i.imgur.com/gob4712.jpg business card]] in the ''[=SideM=]'' anime.[[note]]He's voiced by Mitsuaki Hoshino[[/note]].

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* TheDanza: Reporter Yoshizawa has Mitsuaki as his first name, given a [[FreezeFrameBonus flash-by]] appearance of his name on a [[https://i.imgur.com/gob4712.jpg Mitsuaki]] as his first name, given a [[FreezeFrameBonus flash-by]] appearance of his name on a business card]] card in the ''[=SideM=]'' anime.[[note]]He's voiced by Mitsuaki Hoshino[[/note]].
21st Oct '17 7:46:58 PM nanakiro
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* CrossdressingVoices: Ryo Akizuki being a case of RecursiveCrossdressing Voices. Averted everywhere else in Side M though, even [[TokenMiniMoe Mofumofuen]].

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* CrossdressingVoices: Ryo Akizuki being a case of RecursiveCrossdressing Voices. Averted everywhere else in Side M [=SideM=] though, even [[TokenMiniMoe Mofumofuen]].Mofumofuen]].
* TheDanza: Reporter Yoshizawa has Mitsuaki as his first name, given a [[FreezeFrameBonus flash-by]] appearance of his name on a [[https://i.imgur.com/gob4712.jpg business card]] in the ''[=SideM=]'' anime.[[note]]He's voiced by Mitsuaki Hoshino[[/note]].
7th Sep '17 10:46:48 AM Sakubara
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* CrossdressingVoices: Ryo Akizuki being a case of RecursiveCrossdressing Voices. Averted everywhere else in Side M though, even [[TokenMiniMoe Mofumofuen]].
8th Jun '17 8:49:52 PM nombretomado
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* ActorAllusion: Azusa has one in the anime, though not to [[Creator/ChiakiTakahashi her seiyuu's]] previous roles but her previous job as a gravure idol. Azusa was asked to do a gravure idol audition and was asked to pose. Cue MaleGaze. On boobs.
** Also in the anime, Haruka smacked herself in the face with a box lid on national TV. Her seiyuu had done the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDvD6TDbOho exact same thing]] on an online web show several years ago.

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Azusa has one in the anime, though not to [[Creator/ChiakiTakahashi her seiyuu's]] previous roles but her previous job as a gravure idol. Azusa was asked to do a gravure idol audition and was asked to pose. Cue MaleGaze. On boobs.
** Also in In the anime, Haruka smacked herself in the face with a box lid on national TV. Her seiyuu had done the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDvD6TDbOho exact same thing]] on an online web show several years ago.



* DuelingGames: Played straight, it would be DreamCClub. However within the franchise itself ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Million Live'' are fueling a small rivalry. Some gamers are greater fans of one over the other, and upset BandaiNamcoEntertainment divides attention between the two properties for equal exposure... it is claimed both lack a dedicated anime or console game because of this. Those who enjoy the original ''765 Pro'' characters and care nothing for the spinoffs, make the same claim for ''CG'' and ''ML'' taking away attention from the original series. On the brightside all three properties are massive successes and the BandaiNamcoEntertainment attention division only delays things.''Cinderella Girls'' has its own anime, and several ''Million Live'' idols are in the ''iM@S'' movie as guest characters.

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* DuelingGames: Played straight, it would be DreamCClub. However within the franchise itself ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Million Live'' are fueling a small rivalry. Some gamers are greater fans of one over the other, and upset BandaiNamcoEntertainment Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment divides attention between the two properties for equal exposure... it is claimed both lack a dedicated anime or console game because of this. Those who enjoy the original ''765 Pro'' characters and care nothing for the spinoffs, make the same claim for ''CG'' and ''ML'' taking away attention from the original series. On the brightside all three properties are massive successes and the BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai Namco Entertainment attention division only delays things.''Cinderella Girls'' has its own anime, and several ''Million Live'' idols are in the ''iM@S'' movie as guest characters.
4th Jun '17 6:03:05 AM Ominae
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* DuelingGames: Played straight, it would be DreamCClub. However within the franchise itself ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Million Live'' are fueling a small rivalry. Some gamers are greater fans of one over the other, and upset NamcoBandai divides attention between the two properties for equal exposure... it is claimed both lack a dedicated anime or console game because of this. Those who enjoy the original ''765 Pro'' characters and care nothing for the spinoffs, make the same claim for ''CG'' and ''ML'' taking away attention from the original series. On the brightside all three properties are massive successes and the NamcoBandai attention division only delays things.''Cinderella Girls'' has its own anime, and several ''Million Live'' idols are in the ''iM@S'' movie as guest characters.

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* DuelingGames: Played straight, it would be DreamCClub. However within the franchise itself ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Million Live'' are fueling a small rivalry. Some gamers are greater fans of one over the other, and upset NamcoBandai BandaiNamcoEntertainment divides attention between the two properties for equal exposure... it is claimed both lack a dedicated anime or console game because of this. Those who enjoy the original ''765 Pro'' characters and care nothing for the spinoffs, make the same claim for ''CG'' and ''ML'' taking away attention from the original series. On the brightside all three properties are massive successes and the NamcoBandai BandaiNamcoEntertainment attention division only delays things.''Cinderella Girls'' has its own anime, and several ''Million Live'' idols are in the ''iM@S'' movie as guest characters.
8th Feb '17 4:29:38 PM virgofall
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* {{Defictionalization}}: Or at least something between this and FakeRealTurn, regarding the live concerts. Though seiyuu idols, in the form of voice actors doubling as singers, have pretty much been around as long as the anime industry itself, only recently has the idolization of the industry ramped up. When iM@S began, its earliest concert was [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18238389 a small concert done to promote the game]]. Creator/YumiHara had mentioned [[http://www.afachan.asia/2015/04/seiyuu-invterview-cast-idolmster/ in an interview]] that even when she started out as a seiyuu (in 2008), seiyuu idols were still a rarity. Since then, iM@S has continually focused its efforts on giving better live performances each year. Especially with ''Cinderella Girls'', ''Million Live'', and ''[=SideM=]'' coming on board, the line continues to blur between idols and seiyuu. From a live performance that numbered in a few dozen, to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFI4_HQoyx0 a concert of 30,000 fans]], not bad for an arcade game.

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at least something between this and FakeRealTurn, regarding the live concerts. Though seiyuu idols, in the form of voice actors doubling as singers, have pretty much been around as long as the anime industry itself, only recently has the idolization of the industry ramped up. When iM@S began, its earliest concert was [[http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm18238389 a small concert done to promote the game]]. Creator/YumiHara had mentioned [[http://www.afachan.asia/2015/04/seiyuu-invterview-cast-idolmster/ in an interview]] that even when she started out as a seiyuu (in 2008), seiyuu idols were still a rarity. Since then, iM@S has continually focused its efforts on giving better live performances each year. Especially with ''Cinderella Girls'', ''Million Live'', and ''[=SideM=]'' coming on board, the line continues to blur between idols and seiyuu. From a live performance that numbered in a few dozen, to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFI4_HQoyx0 a concert of 30,000 fans]], not bad for an arcade game.game.
** ''Mujin Gattai Kisaragi'' from the 2011 anime received a voice novel for Bandai Namco's [=VoiNov=] mobile app, and is featured in an event in SuperRobotWarsXOmega.
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