Three more of The Idolmaster stars have been reintroduced. The latest The Idolmaster: Stella Stage heroines to get their moment in the spotlight are Haruka Amami, Makoto Kikuchi, and Miki Hoshii. Each one has a brief trailer showing them both on and off-stage.
Like many of The Idolmaster characters, Haruka Amami is one of the original characters who has remained with the series forever. She is also considered by some to be one of the main characters of the series. She’s a cheerful, normal girl who can sometimes be a little clumsy. In her trailer, she performs “Taiyou no Jealousy,” a song that made its debut in the original The Idolmaster arcade game. It is both an image song and personal song for Haruka.
Makoto is another staple The Idolmaster character. She’s a bit of a tomboy who’s amazing at sports and dancing. She goes to an all-girls high-school where she’s idolized by the other students. Her song in the trailer is “Agent Yoru wo Yuku,” another song from the original The Idolmaster arcade game and an image and personal song for Makoto.
Miki is a rather unusual character in The Idolmaster series! She was the first character that wasn’t part of the original crew to appear, showing up in the Xbox 360 version of The Idolmaster. There, she had a special storyline where should could enter an “Awakened” state and changed her look. In The Idolmaster SP line, she left and went to 961 Productions to join Project Fairy alongside Hibiki and Takane. (That is the only game where she is not a playable character.) Her song in this trailer is “Relations,” both an image and personal song for her. This track has been a part of the series since The Idolmaster was in arcades.
In addition, the December DLC catalog trailer has been released. It shows the “Vertex Meister” and “[email protected]” performances, which go along with two of the new songs, the “Destiny,” “Positive!,” and “Ramune-iro Seishun” songs, as well as announces multiple costumes, accessories, and mails. These will be released on December 21, 2017.
The Idolmaster: Stella Stage will debut on the PlayStation 4 on December 21, 2017.