The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars video shows LaLaBit Market-exclusive ‘LaLa Rabbit Intercom’ accessory

It's an intercom with rabbit ears.

The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars

Bandai Namco has released a short new video of The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars showcasing the “LaLa Rabbit Intercom” in-game accessory included exclusively with LaLaBit Market purchases of the game.

Over at The Idolmaster‘s official blog, Bandai Namco has detailed a variety of bonus items consumers will get based on where they purchase The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars, including:

  • Amazon.co.jp – PC wallpaper (765 Pro All-Stars)
  • Amiami – Ticket case-style mini file and ticket-style card(silhouette)
  • Animate – Set of 13 Acrylic Stand Pops (765 Pro All-Stars), A4 clear file (765 Pro All-Stars, early reservations only), and an all-members together notepad (765 Pro All-Stars, early reservations only)
  • Chara-Ani – Set of five tin badges (Haruka, Chihaya, Miki, Takane, and Hibiki)
  • COMG! – QUO Card (Haruka and Miki)
  • Fammys – Telephone card (Chihaya and Makoto)
  • Gamerz – B2 tapestry (765 Pro All-Stars) and micro-fiber mini towel (20x20cm) (765 Pro All-Stars, early reservations only)
  • Game Shop Takarajima – Micro-fiber cloth (20x40cm) (Chihaya)
  • Imagine and Imagine WEB Shop – Extra-large cloth poster (Miki)
  • Joshin – PC wallpaper (Chihaya, Miki, and Makoto)
  • Loppi and HMV – Fan (765 Pro All-Stars)
  • Neo-Wing – Mousepad (765 Pro All-Stars)
  • Seagull – Set of three B2 half-cut posters (Haruka, Chihaya, and Takane)
  • Seven-Net Shopping – Set of two digital wallpapers (Miki, Takane, and Hibiki / Haruka, Makoto, and Yukiho)
  • Sofmap – B2 tapestry (main visual)
  • Tora no Ana – A3 tapestry (765 Pro All-Stars)
  • WonderGOO – Extra-large tapestry (Iori), glasses case (Ritsuko), and face towel (Makoto)

The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on July 28.

Watch the video below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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