PS4 Exclusive The Idolmaster: Stella Stage Continues its DLC Parade With New Songs and Costumes

Few game series are as proficient as The Idolmaster in the ancient art of nickel and dime. The Idolmaster: Stella Stage for PS4 is no exception.

on January 7, 2018 3:48 PM

The Idolmaster series has become in Japan a synonym of cute idols, enjoyable songs, and… so many DLC packages that it can rival in the art of nickel and dime with masters like the Dead or Alive series. The new PS4 game The Idolmaster: Stella Stage is no exception.

Today Bandai Namco announced a new DLC catalog including a ton of new goodies coming to the Japanese PlayStation Store on January 11th.

We begin with a new song titled “Seisai Stepper” and its related costume set. On top of that, there are three returning songs: “Megare!” comes with a bikini set, while “Watashi-tachi wa Zutto… Deshou?” and “Fate of the World” come with more buttoned-up idol costumes. Two more stand-alone costume and accessory sets are the Butterfly Set and the Sky Set. On top of that, there will also be a bunch of power-ups and the popular song “Shizuka na Yoru ni Negai o…” that doesn’t have its own costumes.

You can check out a trailer showcasing the entire range of new content below. If you want to see more, you can also watch a trailer starring Takane Shijou, one highlighting Azusa Miura, another 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.

The Idolmaster: Stella Stage is currently available only in Japanese exclusively for PS4. Yep. I wish that Bandai Namco tried to nickel and dime us as well.

 /  Executive News Editor
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