IDOL FANTASY game to launch next week

Square Enix‘s idol game, IDOL FANTASY, is going to launch next week.

IDOL FANTASY mixes Idols and Adventure, real and fantasy world in the same place. According to Square Enix, each character, while aiming to be the number one idol is, at the same time, the typical RPG hero with powers and wielding swords. The player takes the role of a manager for a unique talent agency.

It was announced today that the game is going to launch on iOS and android on 18/07/2018.

This game counts with four main units:

BRAVE HEARTS  consist of Makoto Furukawa, Kentaro Kumagai, Toshiki Masuda, Arthur Lounsbery and Ayumu Murase. They don a J-pop sound.

Two videos for their debut song “StoryBook FANTASIA“ are out. Check them HERE.

E-lements consist of Taku Yashiro, Yuto Uemura, Yusuke Shirai and Junta Terashima. The group performs Dance-Pop / EDM pop music.

A short preview of E-lements‘s debut song “BIG BANG☆BANG☆BANG☆BANG☆“ was released back in April. You can check it – HERE.

JINGI consist of Jun Osuka, Yuto Suzuki and Genki Okawa. They perform Pop with Japanese/traditional elements.

A short preview of JINGI‘s debut song “極彩色 ZIPANG“ was released in March. You can check it HERE.

Sweets! Mon-Star! consist of Tsubasa Yonaga, Natsuki Hanae and Kazutomi Yamamoto. The group performs Electro-Pop/Techno-Pop.

A short preview of Sweets! Mon-Star!‘s debut song “Sweet Suite すいーつ!Mon-Star!“ was released back in March. You can check the preview HERE.

All units are signed under ALEX Entertainment, fictional entertainment agency. A preview of “REAL×FANTASY“, song performed by all 4 units, was released earlier this month. You can check the preview HERE.

And the rival unit LuCer.

LuCer don a powerful rock sound and is performed by Kensho Ono, Shimba Tsuchiya and Toshiyuki Toyonaga.

For more details on this project follow closely THIS link to THTFHQ’s complete coverage for IDOL FANTASY.

SOURCE: Idol Fantasy official website / Idol Fantasy official twitter account

Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Also, the only person managing everything The Hand That Feeds HQ related. In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music. You may find me writing almost essays whenever music is really good (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). I also host the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).





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