Idolm@ster SP: Missing Moon
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Idolm@ster SP: Missing Moon

Bandai Entertainment
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Compatible with Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week.


Bandai Entertainment
Compatible With Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week
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  • Missing Moon features: Kisaragi Chihaya, Miura Azusa and Akitsuki Ritsuko


As an idol producer, you have the power to change an ordinary girl to a nation wide idol. Widely popular in the arcades and on Xbox360, the game is now available on PSP, take your idol fledgeling with you wherever you go to show her off and do promotions. As a newbie producer, you have to pick a girl, see her character and design a career path for her. Take her to lessons and to competitions as well as auditions for more public exposure. You sole aim in this game is to mould an ordinary girl into a star.Push her idol rank up and see special events, the closer the two of you are, the more successful a producer you are. So be sure to get to know the girls properly before taking them to important auditions. Starlight and glamour comes hand in hand, enjoy the story along with the singing and dancing.Besides impressing fans, you have to take care of rivals. Another production company has brought up a set of cute idols and its up to you to see the true potential in your girls and let them outshine all other competitors in public events.*Please be aware you can bring up a set of different idols and encounter different rivals in each version.

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Original Name  アイドルマスターSP ミッシングムーン
Official Release Date  Feb 19, 2009
Genre  Simulation
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0002459441
Catalog No.  ULJS-00169
Item Code  4582224496914
Players  1

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:6

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Lin-chan (5) on 23, Oct. 2012 00:27 (HKT)

I really, really love IdolM@ster! I knew it since 4 years and finally I found a shop where I could buy the games :3


Like the other reviews say, the game is easy to play without japanese knowledge and you will learn what each option means if you try them out. The mini games for your Idols vocal, visual and dance lessons are really nice just like the TV auditions.

Even it's a shounen-game, girls will also have much fun. (just like me :D)
So be ready to produce the ultimate Idol ^^
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specterbrony (1) on 09, Nov. 2009 10:03 (HKT)
Great Game!!
This game is a lot of fun, whether you know Japanese or not. If you don't it might be kind of hard to get the girls to like you, but through trial and error you can get the lines memorized. The way you train the girls is just a series of mini games so its easy to learn. I would highly recommend this game to any one looking for a different kind of game, or who are fans of the series.
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core_forces (1) on 03, Apr. 2009 14:52 (HKT)
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This game is outstanding. Probably one of the best I've played on the PSP so far. This game is exactly the same as the xbox version, except for a few obvious changes; such as cell shading and only having 3 idol's per version. The difference is there is a new system called the 'promise system' where your idol will ask you favors and promise them their wishes, or not. The game may not have good graphics as the 360 version, but it plays the same way. As for people who don't understand japanese, it's not that much of a challenge, the mini-games are quite obvious, except for communication. I'm a native japanese speaker so I have no problems.
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