Idol Death Game TV details Team Passion, Team Rising, and Hime Asahikawa

Meet the number one idol on the D-Ranking.

Idol Death Game TV

D3 Publisher has shared new details and screenshots of Idol Death Game TV, its upcoming PS Vita adventure game from developer Witchcraft.

If you missed it, catch up on our previous coverage. Watch the Tokyo Game Show 2016 trailer here.

Get the new information below.

■ Story

Project 47

—Team Passion

Idol Death Game TV

One of the seven groups of Project 47. This one consists of girls from the Kyushu region. The Dream of Dreams winners for three consecutive years, thanks to the absolute popularity of Ren Isahaya, their concerts always have platinum tickets, and ticket battles are intensifying by the day. The team concept is “Passion.”

—Team Rising

Idol Death Game TV

One of the seven groups of Project 47. This one consists of girls from the Hokkaido and Touhoku regions.

As a team they maintain a stable popularity, but thanks to the joining of super-rookie Hime Asahikawa, their concert attendance in the second half of the year set a new record for Project 47. The team concept is “Dawn.”

■ Characters

Team Rising

—Hime Asahikawa

  • Voiced by: Rika Tachibana
  • D-Ranking: 1
  • Birthplace: Hokkaido Prefecture
  • Birthday: February 9
  • Blood Type: B
  • Height: 164cm
  • Three Sizes: B86-W57-H86
  • Skills: Singing
  • Hobbies: Money Management
  • Favorite Food: Sushi

Idol Death Game TV

A member of Project 47’s Hokkaido and Touhou team, “Team Rising.” Part of the 10th generation. She’s a cool beauty with an attractive face and figure. She is a genius-type idol who was overly blessed with talent. Despite it being her debut yea, she quickly climbed to number one in the D-Ranking. She is the highest-level perfect idol, who is truly the best at everything from song, to dance, to talk events. She is a mas of ambition and aspiration, with a strong desire to improve, and who spares no effort to do so. Her majestic attitude has a young feel to it. She often behaves in an exaggerated way, and also has a somewhat air-headed side to her. She wants to go beyond idoldom and become someone with an influence on the entire entertainment industry, but…

■ System

Getting Through Judging

Idol Death Game TV

In Idol Death Game TV, the idols’ goal is to keep winning through judging for each stage Doripaku prepares until they’re the last idol standing. The contents of these judgings consist of various things, such as indispensable luck, dance skills, and performance judging. You can use the Dream Coins you obtain through exploring the mansion and Baku Royales to buy items to give you an edge in getting through judging. Your tension is also important when it comes to judging. You’ll get a plus in your judging valuation if your tension is high, but if it’s low you’ll get a minus. You can use Dream Coins to raise your tension and lower rival idols’ tensions. Additionally, each idol has a genre that they’re best in when it comes to singing and dancing. Since it’s beneficial for a particular judging, ou should go into judgment while accounting for the effect of the specialty genre.

Idol Death Game TV is due out for PS Vita in Japan on October 20.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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