PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage debut trailer
Posted on 2 months ago by Joshua in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes
Looks like PriPara has a new trailer under its belt. For now, the rhythm idol game is only coming to Japan on March 22, and the trailer is entirely in Japanese. We will keep you updated as news arrives!
PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage details, first screenshots
Posted on 3 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Screenshots, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes
First, we have some additional details:
– Can create up to six avatars
– These are known as “My Characters”
– Create an idol all your own by mixing and matching an abundance of My Character Parts
– All-star lineup of 30-plus PriPara idols
– Over 1,300 costume items
– This is the highest amount in the series thus far, which you can freely coordinate
– For concerts, there are 15 game songs in addition to 15 anime concert songs
– “Story Mode” involves your My Character becoming the protagonist
– There is also an “Anime Story” that lets you enjoy a digest version of the PriPara anime
– Game supports all Nintendo Switch play modes, allowing users to at home or on the go
You can find the first screenshots from PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage below.
PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage boxart
Posted on 3 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Images, Switch | 4 Comments | 0 Likes
Over on Amazon Japan, the boxart for the recently-announced Switch game PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage has been posted. We have it above.
PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage announced for Switch
Posted on 3 months ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in News, Switch | 3 Comments | 0 Likes
Fans of idol games, rejoice: Takara Tomy A.R.T.S has announced PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage exclusively for Switch. Described as a “fashion and rhythm action game”, it will launch in Japan on March 22nd. Early copies of the game will include a download code for a Shion and Hibiki card set. Another early purchase bonus will be announced later.
PriPara (short for Prism Paradise) is mostly known as an arcade game in Japan, though there are also several anime series and movies. PriPara is the successor to the Pretty Rhythm franchise, which is also a series of idol rhythm games.