All 13 of 765 Production’s most iconic idols will be appearing in The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars on the PlayStation 4. To help people prepare, Bandai Namco has been releasing a series of trailers showcasing each of the singers you’ll be working with. Each one gives an opportunity to briefly meet the girls, as well as watch them perform a song.
So far Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi, Takane Shijou, and Yayoi Takatsuki have had their moments in the spotlight. Haruka and Chihaya sing “Happy” in their trailers, while Takane performs “Eden” and Yayoi covers “Kakumei de Show.”
While every The Idolmaster heroine is on relatively equal standing, Haruka and Miki are occasionally considered two of the more prominent characters. She’s 17 in The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars. She’s both cheerful and clumsy. Her vocal stat is her highest one.
Chihaya is one of The Idolmaster’s most serious characters and is known for her extraordinarily high vocal abilities. She’s 16 in The Idolmasters: Platinum Stars. She tends to take some time to open up.
Takane is one of the more recent additions to The Idolmaster family, having joined 765 Productions after The Idolmaster SP. She’s a very polite, rich, and talented young woman who’s half Japanese and half European. (She’s fluent in German.) Her vocal stat is her highest ability and she’s 18 at the beginning of The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars.
At 14, Yayoi is one of the youngest idols at 765 Productions. She’s an incredibly upbeat girl who’s also quite responsible, taking care of her four younger siblings when she isn’t working as an idol. She’s known for having a high dance stat.
The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars will be released on the PlayStation 4 on July 28, 2016 in Japan.