Omega Quintet Idols Tease Some of Their Songs Just For You

By Sato . August 7, 2014 . 1:49am


When the Omega Quintet girls aren’t saving the world from the threat of a mysterious phenomenon known as “beep,” they perform at concerts as idols. Compile Heart gives us a sneak peek at some live performance sessions of their songs.


The four tracks shown in the video are: “Inchoate Voice,” “Eureka,” “Move*Menter,” “Manmaru marui,” and “Complex: Crescent”. The Omega Quintet girls are all shown in various costumes throughout the performances, as well.


According to Compile Heart, the clips shown in the video were all made through the “PVS (Promotion Video System),” a feature in the game that lets you make your own dance videos, so you’ll be able to make your own custom live performances to your liking.


Omega Quintet is slated for release on September 18, 2014 for PlayStation 4.

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  • fyi1191

    In this game, you can sing by just opening your mouth wide.

    • Shippoyasha

      Just like real like lipsynchers!

  • Kyosuke Yoshino

    Compile Heart is our saviour :3

    • Princess_Eevee9

      Now if only they would release more games and try out other systems.

    • TheBlackRabbit

      nah they are trying to be, but….there is still work to be done.

  • Sentsuizan_93

    I think I like Complex: Crescent the most out of all of them.

  • SupaPhly

    almost a month to release and all they’ve shown are the concerts and a few screenshots of the battle system :P

    Imagine if namco ‘tales of’ team made an [email protected] RPG lol
    it would literally print money in japan

    • zazza345

      Aside the fact that it’s standard CH policy, they did show the special attacks in the previous trailer.

  • Princess_Eevee9

    I liked all of them but the one with the untranslated mane sounded the best to me! :D Move Meter and Complex: Heart were amazing too!

  • AndyError

    This game is looking good from what I’m seeing so far! I hope it gets localized!

  • Victor Wesker

    Just only five songs? It’s not enough. It need at least no less than ten songs. Compile Heart could make characters sing these songs during battle instead of stage. It is better listen different songs during normal battles instead of same repeated music.

    • Renaldi Saputra

      They also did it with neptune PP IIRC
      Well, CH seems not having enough ability to make idol games

      • xXDGFXx

        Most likely they don’t have the budget for more than five songs.

        • Renaldi Saputra

          well, after all they don’t have as much budget as Bandai Namco with [email protected] or Kadokawa with Love Live

    • Christopher C

      Well, for one, it’s better than having them all sound the same pretty much like Neptune PP…

    • DyLaN

      There may be still be more songs yet to be announced though. There also the Op & Ed song which is also sung by the 5 idols if any1 is wondering.

    • zazza345

      There’s also Promised Vision, the opening song. These are the songs revealed as of now. There may be more or not.

  • Christopher C

    I really want to see some battle footage now… Though it’s nice the have a music video maker pretty much. Makes me think of MMDs

  • Sod Songs, I want to see combat!!!!

  • s07195

    So it’s pretty much a mix of Neptunia PP and normal Neptunia?

    • DyLaN

      They even bring back the field actions frm the original HDN acc to the new scans.

    • zazza345

      I’d say it’s similar to Fairy Fencer F.

  • DesmaX

    Damn, those faces are unsettling.

    I guess asking for their mouths to move properly was too much

    • M’iau M’iaut

      It is just, if you don’t have the budget to allow for something close to fluid natural body animation when traveling across a map zone, why compound the issue by having the characters jump and dance around?

      • DesmaX

        Yeah, I’m wondering the same thing too.

        Seriously, why even do the Idol thing if you don’t have the budget to do it properly?

        • M’iau M’iaut

          Far as I can tell, there is one character animation model involved here. They just slap it into the program five times over. Palette swapping only hair, eye color and outfit.

          • zazza345

            In the previous trailer there was a brief segment about the making of DVD included in the limited edition that clearly shows they were doing mo-cap sessions for the dance scenes with all five voice actresses at the same time…and it was also shown during the AristaTV segment (Stylips’ weekly broadcast on Ustream sponsored by Lantis – the ones producing the songs for this game). So saying it’s just one character swapped isn’t really correct, IMO.

  • Theob Vious Choice

    If they can at least make the idol sections rhythm based like [email protected] rather than what they had in Idol PP. then this is a definite buy for me. At first I was apprehensive about this but considering it’s an idol simulation/Neptune style JRPG hybrid, and I enjoy [email protected] and Neptune I don’t think I am so apprehensive. As long as the idol part isn’t boring like PP where you more or less repeatedly go for upskirts and throw confetti everywhere.

    The character models though, hmm… I can’t defend this game against the “DURR, IF IT IS NEXT GEN IT HAS TO HAVE THE BEST GRAPHICS EVER, GREYSCALE MUSCLES FOR EVERYONE!” folk anymore unfortunately.

    • zazza345

      Doesn’t look there’s an idol management part, at least from what is known up to this point.

  • SaiyanJedi_Trunks

    I can’t wait to see some actual gameplay.

  • Kornelious

    Sounds pretty in-depth … Along with the RPG side this is looking to be quite the interesting title… Can’t wait to add it to my PS4 collection! (knowing NISA’s speed probably late next year)

  • Vash bane

    …I think I see what idol fans see… are those real songs or just songs for this game?

  • TerrenceEncore Jones

    The Verse Maidens make it to the stage, and I like it.

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