PS4 Exclusive The Idolmaster: Stella Stage Highlights Azusa Miura in New Trailer

765 Production's oldest idola Azusa Miura shines under the spotlight in the newest trailer of The Idolmaster: Stella Stage for PS4.

on December 18, 2017 10:51 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer for its upcoming Idol-training/rhythm game The Idolmaster: Stella Stage.

This time it’s Azusa Miura to shine under the spotlight. She is the oldest among the idols of 765 Production, and at the “venerable” age of 21, she’s actually the only one who can drink. Slightly ditzy and lacking sense of direction, she joined the team to find the man of her dreams, which occasionally seems to be the player/producer himself.

We also can listen to one of her personal songs, which is Tonari ni… (By my side…).

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to see more, you can also watch a video featuring Chihaya Kisaragi, another starring  Miki Hoshiianother trailer focusing on Makoto Kikuchianother couple of clips starring Haruka Amami and Mami Futami, a video featuring Ami Futami, another starring Ritsuko Akizukione more trailer showing Yukiho Hagiwara, one starring Yori Minase, and two more trailers showing Hibiki Ganaha and Yayoi Takatsuki. In addition to those, if you want to compare, you can check out Azusa in her dedicated trailer for the previous game The Idolmaster: Platinum Star.

The Idolmaster: Stella Stage will launch in Japan in three days on December 21st, exclusively for PS4. For the moment no western release has been announced or even teased, and it probably won’t be, due to the usual song licensing problems that plague the series.

 /  Executive News Editor
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