At long last – Idolmaster: One For All is on the way

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I’ve played plenty of games. Racing, fighting and pew pew games to name a few. But for some reason, I have a soft spot for certain Japanese games. Games which require strategy, a business mind and an eye on keeping a watch over young girls. Yep, once again, a new Idolmaster title is on the way. Insert ear plugs now.

For those of you who have yet to experience the majesty of Japanese pop music, Idolmaster is all about grooming the next perfect Spiceru Girlsu band, collecting a complete set of mint-condition Asian tweens and grooming their wardrobe, style and talents. Dammit, stop sounding an amber alert, it’s essentially a Japanese version of the Sims.

Only with more ear-screeching sounds that might make you suicidal. Check out the new trailer below and feel to judge me while slowly backing away:

Naturally, this game won’t be out in the west anytime soon, if ever. You’ll need to import The Idolmaster: One For All, when it arrives in Japan on May 15. In the land of sensual tentacles, the special edition of the game comes packed with:

  • A special box
  • Drama CD
  • DLC costume
  • Idol pamphlet
  • Calendar
  • 13 posters
  • A cleaning cloth

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You know, in case you’ve run out of other “cleaning cloths”. Obviously, I need this game. Because I’ll tell you what I want, what I really really want, I wanna, I wanna, I wanna, I wanna, I wanna really really really wanna zigazig ha. That, and for scientific game review purposes of course.

Last Updated: February 25, 2014

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