Well, there it is, this strange game that could only have ever been produced in Japan. First released in the still striving arcades, and now parted to the 360, iDOLM@STER is part mini-games, part conversations with multiple choices. It's a really weird mix, but it's certainly working well enough to warrant this port in Japan.
This first video shows the first 15 minutes of the game, with some mini-games, some communication "lessons" and the important choosing of the girl's clothes. The second part will be online tomorrow, with the debut single and the first audition and TV coverage. Update: Second part online, with a casting (good luck understanding what's going on!) and a rather terrible first TV!
@KORNdog: the headset itself is selling for almost $600. It's unusually expensive considering there's proper distribution of sony products here in retail. (57 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: it seems cheaper to break things down and buy older stick. Like the sqare design camera can be had for less than the new one. And old move controllers less than the ore packaged VR ones. (1 Hour ago)
lol, PSVR (with camera) will sell for $650 here in Norway. talk about overpricing stuff. the console itself isn't expensive ($350) (2 Hours ago)
... in Doom 3 I was begging for the game to end after 300 something levels, Doom kept me interested the entire time. They tried to keep to their simple FPS gameplay, and they succeeded. (2 Hours ago)
@Tinks: It's Doom, and stays true to its series. I personally enjoyed the single player (uncharacteristically) a lot... (2 Hours ago)
Not really.. it's a solid, forgettable okay. But they did at free for all anyway. (3 Hours ago)
I've heard the MP is awesome too though? Underrated even (3 Hours ago)