PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage first details, screenshots

Switch idol game due out on March 22 in Japan.

PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage

Amazon Japan has gone up with the first screenshots and Japanese box art for the recently announced PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage for Switch.

An HMV listing also reveals a few details:

  • You can create up to six avatars, known as “My Characters.” Create an idol all your own by mixing and matching an abundance of My Character Parts.
  • An all-star lineup of 30-plus PriPara idols will appear. There are more than 1,300 costume items, the highest amount in the series thus far, which you can freely coordinate.
  • For concerts, there are 15 game songs in addition to 15 anime concert songs.
  • In the “Original Story” mode, your My Character becomes the protagonist. There is also an “Anime Story” mode that lets you enjoy a digest version of the PriPara anime.
  • PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage supports all Nintendo Switch play modes, allowing users to at home or on the go.

PriPara: All Idol Perfect Stage is due out for Switch on March 22 in Japan for 5,980 yen.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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