The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars Gets Release Date and Limited Edition

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

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Bandai Namco has announced that their newest title in the Idolmaster franchise, The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars will be releasing on July 28 for the PlayStation 4 in Japan.

The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars will also receive a limited PlayStation 4 theme made available for first run copies, as well as, a limited edition.

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The “Platinum Box” limited edition will include:

  • The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars for PlayStation 4
  • Platinum Stars Concert Brochure – a pamphlet and idol charm.
  • “Lisani! Live 2016” A mix of all your favorite Idols, including, Cinderella Girls and Million Stars.
    • “The Idolm@ster” (Haruka Amami, Yukiho Hagiwara, Hibiki Ganaha, Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Mirai Kasuga, Tsubasa Ibuki, Serika Hakozaki)
    • “Jibun Rest@RT” (Haruka Amami, Yukiho Hagiwara, Hibiki Ganaha)
    • “Goin’!!!” (Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda)
    • “Dreaming!” (Mirai Kasuga, Tsubasa Ibuki, Serika Hakozaki)
    • “Onegai! Cinderella” (Haruka Amami, Yukiho Hagiwara, Hibiki Ganaha, Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Mirai Kasuga, Tsubasa Ibuki, Serika Hakozaki)
    • “Thank You!” (Haruka Amami, Yukiho Hagiwara, Hibiki Ganaha, Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Mirai Kasuga, Tsubasa Ibuki, Serika Hakozaki)
  • 765 Pro Calendar
  • Six 765 Idol Photos taken at training camp
  • Photo Frame
  • Special Costume Code
  • All packed in Special box

The Idolmaster: Platinum Stars is coming to the PlayStation 4 on July 28 in Japan.




  • Dgnfly

    aw… damn so disappointing, i thought it was a western release announcement.

    Kinda wish Bandai namco would do the same to their japan only games like they seem to be doing to their anime releases in japan lately adding english subititles.

    • azariosays

      it’s a question i plan to bring up with them at our E3 meeting.

    • Dgnfly

      I hope you get an awnser we all can be pleased with.

  • Panpopo

    It would be nice if they decided to translate this game. Love Live! seemed to do very well as an anime and mobile game, so why not bring it over? I know that they brought over Idolmaster game on IOS, but why not a console release that is NOT Xbox, and actually in english?

    I imagine the changes would be minimal if they do bring it over, as idol games are pretty wholesome.