The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls for PlayStation VR Getting Free Edit Live Mode for “Yes! Party Time!!”

Fans of The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Viewing Revolution will soon be able to edit the performance in the new song "Yes! Party Time!!"

on August 13, 2017 5:02 PM

Today Bandai Namco announced that the PlayStation VR game The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Viewing Revolution is soon going to get a free DLC in Japan.

The content is the Edit Live mode for the song “Yes! Party Time!!” which is included in the base game, allowing players to edit multiple parameters of the performance before watching in in virtual reality.

The DLC will be released on the Japanese PlayStation store tomorrow, August 14th, while there is no word, for the moment, on how or when it’ll be distributed for the western versions of the game.

You can check out a trailer of the DLC below.

The game was release in Japan with the debut of the PlayStation VR last year, and nothing expected a western release, that instead came rather suddenly last month, without a shred of an announcement from Bandai Namco.

In other The iDOLM@STER news, an event for the sixth anniversary of the Cinderella Girls spin-off will be held in Japan in November, even if we don’t know any real detail yet, including whether or not there will be announcements related to new games.

As an additional note of color, three of the girls from Cinderella Girls will appear in Namco Bandai’s mecha mobile game Super Robot Taisen X – Ω, piloting robots bearing their likeness (or that of their stuffed rabbit). Just for kicks, of if you’re a fan, you can see a trailer of that at the bottom of the post.

 /  Executive News Editor
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