D3 Publisher Gives Team Details for Idol Death Game TV

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idol death game

Idol Death Game TV is an idol-horror PlayStation Vita game releasing on October 20 in Japan. D3 Publisher has now come out and given some more details about the characters and gameplay featured in their upcoming title.

During the game, the idols will be live broadcasted for all to see. The objective of the game is to basically be the last idol team standing. The character will be examined on things such as, content, variety, and dance routines. Depending on how well the player does will determine if they survive or not.

Project 47 is the media studio behind all of the. They have organizes seven groups of idols have been chosen from all over the region to participate in the TV game show. As of right now, two of these teams have been revealed:

  • Team Happy – Featuring member of the Kanto region. This region hosts a lot of member in the D rankings.
  • Team Smile – Featuring members of the Kansai region. They are rivals to team happy.

Additionally, rankings will be updated every 4-months.

Players will also be able to search through the mansion in order to advance the examination in their free time. If the player survives the examination, they will go on to the next stage. However, if they fail they will get a gameover. Either way, a character will die.


Idol Death Game TV is coming to the PlayStation Vita in Japan