PS4 Exclusive The Idolmaster: Stella Stage Gets New Trailer Starring Chihaya Kisaragi

Bandai Namco released another trailer for the upcoming rhythm game The Idolmaster: Stella Stage featuring stoic idol Chihaya Kisaragi.

on December 17, 2017 10:47 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a brand new trailer of its upcoming rhythm and idol-nurturing game The Idolmaster: Stella Stage.

Shining under the spotlight today is another of my favorite characters of the series, Chihaya Kisaragi. Known for her maturity, overwhelming talent, stoic and cool attitude, and utter inability to express her feelings, is certainly one of the less trope-ish among the idols of 765 Production.

Her talent is also expressed by one of her classic personal songs, which certainly isn’t as idol-like as most, Aoi Tori (Blue Bird), which is also featured in the clip.

You can enjoy the trailer out below. If you want to see more, you can also watch a video 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. On top of those, if you want to compare, you can check out Chihaya in her dedicated trailer for the previous game The Idolmaster: Platinum Star.

The Idolmaster: Stella Stage will launch in Japan in a few days on December 21st, exclusively for PS4. For the moment no western release has been announced or even hinted at, and it probably won’t ever be, due to the usual problematic licensing issues related to the songs.

 /  Executive News Editor
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