• Kazuma Kazzie Kaz Kaz

    Those big eyes seem like a safety hazard. It must be hard not to poke yourself in the eye.

  • jugss

    moe?

    • wererat42

      Nah, this series is aimed at young girls. I think moe is more of an male otaku thing generally.

      Though ironically a lot of such anime somehow ends up with a large male following, such as Pretty Cure.

      • ShadowDivz

        or cardcaptor sakura.

        or (although not an anime) my little pony.

      • Renaldi Saputra

        unfortunately these kind of moe are quite underrated

      • Manny Being Manny

        Aikatsu is actually quite popular among male otaku in Japan. Its looking like another Pretty Cure esque hit.

      • kroufonz

        moe have nothing to do with specific target demographic, even femc from an otome game could be moe.

        • DyLaN

          Moe can be anything. Even on males/animals.

      • DemonKingAsura

        Of course One of the reasons for Pretty Cure’s Popularity isn’t just the moe, its’ the fighting.

      • Shippoyasha

        Aikatsu has a fair amount of male fanbase and I suppose it can be seen as somewhat moe. I just think the story simply has wide appeal.

      • akiko_sakuraba

        There are a SHIT load of male fans for both Aikatsu and Pretty Rhythm in Japan.

  • jugss

    moe?

  • jugss

    moe?

  • http://twitter.com/puchixseda puchinri

    I love Aikatsu!~. I forgot that it was getting this game (too), but interesting to see the update on here. I’d import it, but I won’t need it for a few years.

    They should make a more fully established title, or make a game where you create your own idol and then get to interact with the other idols on an everyday level and in aikatsu.

  • akiko_sakuraba

    I’m disappointed in you! You’re not doing an article on the new Pretty Rhythm 3DS game! Pretty Rhythm came first, then Bandai copied them!

  • Matthew Brannock

    I’d rather grow aoi to superstardom instead

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