History Videogame / TheIdolmaster

1st Jan '18 2:32:46 AM valar55
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* SkillScoresAndPerks: This game introduced a skill board for each producable idol, with differing stats and distributions for each idol, but all of them get access to trio memory appeals and trio [[LimitBreak burst appeals]], and each idol has [[EveryoneHasASpecialMove her own unique burst skill]].

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* SkillScoresAndPerks: This game introduced a skill board for each producable producible idol, with differing stats and distributions for each idol, but all of them get access to trio memory appeals and trio [[LimitBreak burst appeals]], and each idol has [[EveryoneHasASpecialMove her own unique burst skill]].
22nd Dec '17 12:52:52 AM Arcorann
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* ''Stella Stage'', a sequel on [=PS4=] building on the gameplay of ''Platinum Stars'', with a new storyline.



* CostumePorn
* {{Crossover}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', while ''Million Live!'' and the two aforementioned games got one with ''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''.

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* CostumePorn
CostumePorn: A wide range of costumes are available for the idols to wear.
* {{Crossover}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg RPG ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', while ''Million Live!'' and the two aforementioned games got one with ''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''.



* MinigameGame

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* MinigameGameMinigameGame: The lessons used to increase the idols' stats take the form of minigames.



* PigeonholedVoiceActor: Creator/RieKugimiya as [[{{Tsundere}} Iori]].

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* PigeonholedVoiceActor: Creator/RieKugimiya as [[{{Tsundere}} Iori]].Iori]], though since the role dates from 2005 it may be more accurate to say it was one of the roles that led to her being pigeonholed.



* MythologyGag: There are six major titles the player can compete for. Of those, four appeared in previous games (Idol Ultimate from ''SP'', Idol Academy from ''2'', Star of Festa from ''One For All'', Idol Extreme from ''Platinum Stars'').

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* MythologyGag: There are six major titles the player can compete for. Of those, four appeared in previous games (Idol Ultimate from ''SP'', Idol Academy from ''2'', Star of Festa from ''One For All'', ''Shiny Festa'', Idol Extreme from ''Platinum Stars'').


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* SkillScoresAndPerks: The Coaching board, which contains both idol skill bonuses as well as costume and song unlocks.
22nd Dec '17 12:03:09 AM Arcorann
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[[folder:'''The iDOLM@STER Stella Stage''']]
* MythologyGag: There are six major titles the player can compete for. Of those, four appeared in previous games (Idol Ultimate from ''SP'', Idol Academy from ''2'', Star of Festa from ''One For All'', Idol Extreme from ''Platinum Stars'').
* RhythmGame: The live gameplay is carried over from ''Platinum Stars''.
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9th Dec '17 8:58:31 AM nanakiro
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* AscendedMeme: Fans noticed that Ritsuko's outfit resembled the uniform of Lawson's convenience stores, and it became a meme. Bamco and Lawson's noticed the meme, and started a cross-promotion campaign that is still ongoing; you can apparently buy raffle tickets for Idolm@ster goods at Lawson's.

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* AscendedMeme: Fans noticed that Ritsuko's outfit resembled the uniform of Lawson's Lawson convenience stores, and it became a meme. Bamco and Lawson's Lawson noticed the meme, and started a cross-promotion campaign that is still ongoing; you can apparently buy raffle tickets for Idolm@ster goods at Lawson's.Lawson.



* TheChosenMany: Zig-zagged in adaptations. While the classic series' adaptations showed different Producers handling different groups, ''Cinderella Girls'' had ''hundreds'' of idols thanks to their multimedia giant status, and therefore implied there were multiple producers to attend to them all. ''[=SideM=]'' adverts it, since all the manga adaptations and the anime show it really is the one Producer helping them all.



* {{Joshikousei}}:

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* {{Joshikousei}}: Most installments have a few. ''[=SideM=]'' puts in a couple of ''danshikousei'' for their spin on the trope.
21st Oct '17 10:08:19 PM lalaTKG
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* {{CrossOver}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', while ''Million Live!'' and the two aforementioned games got one with ''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''.

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* {{CrossOver}}: {{Crossover}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', while ''Million Live!'' and the two aforementioned games got one with ''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''.
21st Oct '17 10:07:49 PM lalaTKG
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* {{CrossOver}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''.

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* {{CrossOver}}: The cell phone ''Cinderella Girls'' and ''Side:M'' each have their own separate events with the cell phone rpg ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy''.''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', while ''Million Live!'' and the two aforementioned games got one with ''VideoGame/TalesOfAsteria''.
21st Oct '17 10:06:54 PM lalaTKG
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** Prior to these, Miku Hatsune was DLC for Idolmaster 2 as part of a collaboration (Project DIVA 2nd recieved some Idolmaster-based DLC in turn).

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** Prior to these, [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune Hatsune]] was DLC for Idolmaster 2 ''Idolmaster 2'' as part of a collaboration (Project DIVA 2nd recieved (''HatsuneMikuProjectDiva2nd'' received some Idolmaster-based DLC in turn).
14th Oct '17 4:01:00 PM Malady
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* AscendedExtra: Most of the opponents that you run into during rank-up festivals are cameo characters, some with models (Ai, Eri and Ryo from ''Dearly Stars'' and Touma, Hokuto and Shouta from ''TheIdolmaster2''), others {{in name only}} (Cineria, Yumeko[[note]]She's actually named something different, "Dreamy Girl", which is close to the meaning of Yumeko in English, "dream child"[[/note]] and [[spoiler:riola]] also from ''Dearly Stars'', and Hikari, Tsubomi and Nozomi from [[MythologyGag episode 10]] of [[{{Anime/TheIdolmaster}} the anime]]).

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* AscendedExtra: Most of the opponents that you run into during rank-up festivals are cameo characters, some with models (Ai, Eri and Ryo from ''Dearly Stars'' and Touma, Hokuto and Shouta from ''TheIdolmaster2''), ''VideoGame/TheIdolmaster2''), others {{in name only}} (Cineria, Yumeko[[note]]She's actually named something different, "Dreamy Girl", which is close to the meaning of Yumeko in English, "dream child"[[/note]] and [[spoiler:riola]] also from ''Dearly Stars'', and Hikari, Tsubomi and Nozomi from [[MythologyGag episode 10]] of [[{{Anime/TheIdolmaster}} the anime]]).
6th Oct '17 5:54:22 AM nanakiro
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The franchise has spawned three [[MobilePhoneGame card games for phones]], ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls Cinderella Girls]]'', ''[=SideM=]'' (for the Mobage platform) and ''Million Live'' (for the GREE platform). They feature unique idols and have spawned [=CDs=] and mangas of their own. ''[=SideM=]'' is also noteworthy for being the first game of the franchise with females as its main audience: it features solely male idols. ''Cinderella Girls'' spawned a big enough {{fandom}} to gain an [[Anime/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls anime]], that premiered on the Winter2015Anime season. It has also received a RhythmGame for smartphones, ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'', with gameplay similar to fellow rhythm phone games such as ''Franchise/LoveLive School Idol Festival'' but using 3D models, and its own ''Gravure 4 You!'' series. It has released another RhythmGame like ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'' by using ''Million Live'' as the theme, named ''THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!: Theater Days''. Its PV can be found [[https://youtu.be/0nPXLtNhRrk here]]. ''[=SideM=]'' followed soon after with the announcement of not only a ''Starlight Stage''-like game of their own (''THE iDOLM@STER [=SideM=]: Live on St@ge!''), but an animated adaptation within the same year during the Fall2017Anime season.

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The franchise has spawned three [[MobilePhoneGame card games for phones]], ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls Cinderella Girls]]'', ''[=SideM=]'' ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmasterSideM SideM]]'' (for the Mobage platform) and ''Million Live'' (for the GREE platform). They feature unique idols and have spawned [=CDs=] and mangas of their own. ''[=SideM=]'' is also noteworthy for being the first game of the franchise with females as its main audience: it features solely male idols. ''Cinderella Girls'' spawned a big enough {{fandom}} to gain an [[Anime/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls anime]], that premiered on the Winter2015Anime season. It has also received a RhythmGame for smartphones, ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'', with gameplay similar to fellow rhythm phone games such as ''Franchise/LoveLive School Idol Festival'' but using 3D models, and its own ''Gravure 4 You!'' series. It has released another RhythmGame like ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'' by using ''Million Live'' as the theme, named ''THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!: Theater Days''. Its PV can be found [[https://youtu.be/0nPXLtNhRrk here]]. ''[=SideM=]'' followed soon after with the announcement of not only a ''Starlight Stage''-like game of their own (''THE iDOLM@STER [=SideM=]: Live on St@ge!''), but an animated adaptation within the same year during the Fall2017Anime season.
1st Oct '17 10:14:56 AM nanakiro
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The franchise has spawned three [[MobilePhoneGame card games for phones]], ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls Cinderella Girls]]'', ''[=SideM=]'' (for the Mobage platform) and ''Million Live'' (for the GREE platform). They feature unique idols and have spawned [=CDs=] and mangas of their own. ''[=SideM=]'' is also noteworthy for being the first game of the franchise with females as its main audience: it features solely male idols. ''Cinderella Girls'' spawned a big enough {{fandom}} to gain an [[Anime/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls anime]], that premiered on the Winter2015Anime season. It has also received a RhythmGame for smartphones, ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'', with gameplay similar to fellow rhythm phone games such as ''Franchise/LoveLive School Idol Festival'' but using 3D models, and its own ''Gravure 4 You!'' series. It has released another RhythmGame like ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'' by using ''Million Live'' as the theme, named ''THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!: Theater Days''. Its PV can be found [[https://youtu.be/0nPXLtNhRrk here]]. ''[=SideM=]'' followed soon after with the announcement of not only a ''Starlight Stage''-like game of their own (''THE iDOLM@STER [=SideM=]: Live on Stage!''), but an animated adaptation within the same year during the Fall2017Anime season.

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The franchise has spawned three [[MobilePhoneGame card games for phones]], ''[[VideoGame/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls Cinderella Girls]]'', ''[=SideM=]'' (for the Mobage platform) and ''Million Live'' (for the GREE platform). They feature unique idols and have spawned [=CDs=] and mangas of their own. ''[=SideM=]'' is also noteworthy for being the first game of the franchise with females as its main audience: it features solely male idols. ''Cinderella Girls'' spawned a big enough {{fandom}} to gain an [[Anime/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls anime]], that premiered on the Winter2015Anime season. It has also received a RhythmGame for smartphones, ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'', with gameplay similar to fellow rhythm phone games such as ''Franchise/LoveLive School Idol Festival'' but using 3D models, and its own ''Gravure 4 You!'' series. It has released another RhythmGame like ''THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage'' by using ''Million Live'' as the theme, named ''THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!: Theater Days''. Its PV can be found [[https://youtu.be/0nPXLtNhRrk here]]. ''[=SideM=]'' followed soon after with the announcement of not only a ''Starlight Stage''-like game of their own (''THE iDOLM@STER [=SideM=]: Live on Stage!''), St@ge!''), but an animated adaptation within the same year during the Fall2017Anime season.
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